Join in some toe-tappin’ and knee-slappin’ with the Pastense Bluegrass Band at Osage City

Pastense Bluegrass Band, one of the top local area bluegrass bands, will perform in Osage City at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18, in the Fellowship Hall at Grace Lutheran Church, 210 Holliday, in Osage City. The performance is sponsored by the Osage City Area Arts Council.

Pastense is an exciting group made up of five members including a Kansas Music Hall of Fame member, a Kansas State Fiddle Contest winner and two time songwriting winners at the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas. Throw in dynamic banjo, mandolin, guitar and bass playing, some homemade vocals and you’ve got a great evening of pickin’ and singin’.

Coming from different backgrounds, Pastense members offer a little touch of everything in their style of music. From a rock band, to a classically trained fiddle player, to a little Dolly and Porter, you can throw in some jazz, swing and gypsy sounds, too. The rhythm and drive of Pastense is a unique blend of all those influences.

Don’t miss this evening of head bobbing, knee slapping and toe tapping good music. Admission is by free will donation. 

Information thanks to Dave Azwell, Osage City Area Arts Council.

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