Autoharp player to perform in Salem
SALEM -- Bryan Bowers will be featured in a 7:30 p.m. concert Friday in the meeting room of the Salem Historical Society, 208 S. Broadway. The entrance to the meeting room is through the back door on East Alley.
The concert is sponsored by Dulci-More.
Bowers is probably best known as an autoharp player and has inspired many autoharp players.
In typical performances, he will have about five autoharps (tuned in different keys), and may also play mandolin and mandocello. He also sings and tells stories.
Suggested donation at the door is $10 per person ($5 total for all the children in a family) or $8 for Historical Society or Dulci-More members.