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Glasgow Musicale presents the Carlisle Brothers 18 Oct 2015

By Linda Hitchcock

Glasgow Musicale presents professional bluegrass and country music artists Greg Breeding and Martin Harley performing as The Carlisle Brothers: Country Music Duo, on Sunday, October 18, 2015, at 2pmCT, at the UK-Barren County Cooperative Extension Auditorium, 1463 West Main Street, Glasgow, KY. The event is free. Everyone is invited.

Clifford and Bill Carlisle were early Kentucky pioneers of country music who wrote, sang, played and recorded and toured extensively. Bill Carlisle was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry in 1959 and appeared there until 2003.

The program is sponsored by the Kentucky Humanities Council, Inc. and Jean Kirsch Sullivan. Light refreshments and reception to follow the performance.

Glasgow Musicale, established in 1894, is the oldest Music Club in the Commonwealth, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization and a member of the Kentucky and National Federation of Music Clubs. - Submitted by Linda Hitchcock, Programs Co-Chair

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