Bluegrass on the Farm with the Gibson Brothers

October 24th, 2017, 12:00 pm by Greg

The Gibson Brothers Trio, Greater Nippertown’s premier bluegrass band, is headed to the Wm. H. Buckley Farm in Ballston Spa at 7pm on Thursday, November 2.

The performance is a benefit concert for Saratoga PLAN and their efforts of land conservation in Saratoga County.

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With accolades including the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year (twice!); Song of the Year; Songwriter of the Year and Album of the Year, the Gibson Brothers truly need no introduction in the bluegrass world. And what better place to enjoy bluegrass than in a traditional barn on a beautiful conserved New York farm?

The barn doors open at 6:30pm with music from 7-9pm. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis with a mix of tables and chairs and bench seating. Tickets are $50 per person with light fare food and beer included. Ticket price is 100% tax deductible.

GO HERE to purchase advance tickets online…

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2 thoughts on “Bluegrass on the Farm with the Gibson Brothers”

  1. john j guilfoyle says:

    i lost my bifocals ..i presume that is the reason why the trio appears to be a duo to me..think i’ll write a song…and go down to the farm..what could be the harm?..but first i had better address..the problem with my sight..you need vision to wright…pen and paper within reach..a manner to blend ..these elements into ..some sort of mix…guess i’m better served ..by working on a fix..:)

  2. Greg says:

    OK, John,
    I understand your confusion. The Gibson Brothers – biologically speaking – are Eric and Leigh (as seen & heard in the video). They also perform as the Gibson Brothers Trio and as the Gibson Brothers, as a five-piece bluegrass band. Sorry if the musical formulas don’t exactly match up with your math skills… Truth of the matter is the Gibsons are worth the price of admission no matter how many players are in the band… Does that clear things up for ya?

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