Northwind Arts Center welcomes the Jack Dwyer Band, Tuesday September 11 at 2:00pm, in a free concert at Avamere of Port Townsend, 1201 Hancock Street in Port Townsend.
Jack Dwyer http://jackdwyer.com/wp/ is a multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, and teacher based in the Pacific Northwest, best known for his mandolin playing. He records and performs original music under his own name and works as a freelance picker with some of the most respected Northwest and nationally-known musicians. He tours year-round, teaches privately, and operates a recording space in Port Townsend. Formerly a resident of Portland, Oregon, he taught on the music faculty at Lewis and Clark College for seven years.
Jack will be joined by George Radebaugh on piano (The Alternators, The Delta Rays) and Mick Nicholson on bass (Ranger and the Re-arrangers). George has been an active presence on the Port Townsend music scene for the last 37 years, playing in numerous bands, while Mick has gigged around the Seattle area with various groups after 11 years of touring the world with the U.S. Navy Band in Washington D.C.
The Arts to Elders concert series is an outreach service of Northwind Arts Center in cooperation with Port Townsend’s senior care centers. Free admission.