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Bluegrass man to play at Isadora's
World-renowned bluegrass sounds of bass, guitar and dobro — a steel-covered guitar-like instrument — are coming to downtown Snoqualmie.
Bluegrass musician Wayne Henderson has performed for Prairie Home Companion and Carnegie Hall. He brings his sounds to the Valley with a performance at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, at Isadora's Cafe, 8062 Railroad Ave. S.E.
Henderson is joined by Seattle dobro player Orville Johnson and Leavenworth, Wash., bassist Chuck Egner. Admission is $20. Desserts, coffee, beer and wine will be served.
Henderson's past show at Isadora's was a sell-out, so come early to ensure you have a seat. For information, call Isadora's (425) 888-1345.