If the 78th Fraser Pipe Band sat down with the Waterboys, the Chieftains, Wolfstone, and the Dave Matthews Band, and then asked some friends from a symphonic orchestra to join them at the table, the resulting sound might begin to resemble the American Rogues. For years the performances of this Canadian/American CeltRock Folk World group have electrified audiences on three continents. They have added to their ever-growing family of fans - affectionately known as the Rogue Army - wherever top-quality, high-energy music is presented. With instrumentation that includes violin, accordion, piano, guitar, world-champion bagpipes, bass guitar, whistles, and multiple drums, their hard won road successes have established them as artists with bona fide international acclaim. Renowned for their musical skill, quick wit, and engaging stage show, the they have mastered the art of creating an immediate connection with their audiences.
The American Rogues, who are loved by young and old of all backgrounds, will be performing for the 2014 WSFS Lewes Summer Concert Series Thursday, July 24, at Cape Henlopen High School auditorium. The performance will be at 7 p.m. and is free to the public.
For more information on the 2014 WSFS Bank Lewes Summer Concert Series, contact Carol Richardson, projects officer for the City of Lewes, at 302-645-7777, Ext. 100, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
These concerts are sponsored by WSFS Bank and are a collaboration between the City of Lewes and the Lewes Public Library.