Written By Cindy Jackson:


The Cashmere Community Concerts spring fever concert, Saturday, April 22nd, at 7:30pm, welcomes Rural Delivery (RD), one of the Pacific Northwest’s longest reigning, tried and true bluegrass bands.  A contemporary bluegrass band based out of the Seattle area, they have been performing since 1976. These five musicians pride themselves in playing the finest in acoustic music. Crowds welcome the group's rich harmonies and energetic presence, all delivered with down home, genuine warmth.  You’ll feel like part of the RD family by the end of the evening.  Spring never sounded so good and the fever never so inspired!


Terrence Enyeart is a native Washingtonian and has been playing and teaching music since 1977.  Only his remarkable vocals surpass his outstanding mandolin and lead guitar work.  With his sharp wit and easygoing manner, Terry has a comfortable rapport with any audience.


Steve Thomas is originally from Santa Rosa, California.  His strong rhythm and lead guitar playing are the perfect complement to his rich and appealing voice.  Steve captures the crowd with his humble manner.  The flawless vocal blend of Steve and Terry are the heart and soul of Rural Delivery.


Dale Williams of Bothell, Washington, has been turning the heads of audiences since the age of 9.  He is now regarded as one of the most accomplished and exciting banjo players of the Northwest.  Dale has toured with Bluegrass legends Kenny Baker and Josh Graves while still a teen.


Rick Meade of Sequim, Washington started his musical journey as a youngster singing in church.  He brings wonderful vocal talents to the group in a genuine manner.  Rick plays primarily Dobro for RD and is also a talented guitar and banjo player.


Deborah Enyeart married into bluegrass and is the wife of Terry.  Playing bass, she is the rock solid beat of the band. “If you can't beat ‘em, join ‘em”.


Inspire your spring fever and come down to the Cashmere Community Concerts, Saturday, April 22nd, at 7:30pm and enjoy some fine bluegrass with Rural Delivery. 


This music event is brought to you by the good folks of the Cashmere Community Concerts, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide live, affordable, high quality entertainment to the Wenatchee Valley.  A cover charge of $3.00 per person at the door will help to cover expenses.  Refreshments are provided.


The musicians will be paid by a onetime Hat Pass; a suggested donation of $8 to $11 per person will be greatly appreciated.  Enjoy great bluegrass music in an alcohol free environment with concert seating.  The Riverside Center is located at 201 Riverside Drive, Cashmere, WA. Doors open at 7:00 pm.  For more information call Marie (509) 548-1230 or Chuck (509) 548-8663.  The Cashmere Community Concerts series can also be found on the web at www.cashmereconcerts.com.

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