The Bombadils are a young duo from Canada who met when they both studied music at McGill University in Montreal and now share their talents to delighted audiences all across North America. Their music is sometimes called “classical folk” because of their obvious sophistication and expertise and the frequent addition of a cellist. The husband and wife duo (Luke Fraser and Sara Frank) play differing combinations of violin, guitar, banjo, and mandolin. Their repertoire includes bluegrass, Americana, and traditional Canadian folk as well as their own originals. They won the Canadian Folk Music Ontario’s “Album of the Year”award and were granted an official showcase at the 2019 NERFA ( Northeast Regional Folk Alliance) conference. John Apice of the music magazine “No Depression” said of them that they “should already be sharing the stage with the likes of Iris, John Prine, Roseanne Cash and Emmy Lou Harris…” This will be an evening of pure joy.
The venue is located in the parish hall behind the Theodore Parker Church in West Roxbury and opens to the public at 7:00. Reservations can be made by emailing email@example.com. Pay at the door with cash or credit. There is a family maximum of $40 as all Music on Centre shows are appropriate for all ages. Plenty of free parking near by. Delicious desserts and hot and cold beverages are on sale before the show and during intermission. All proceeds benefit the operation and outreach of the Theodore Parker UU Church.