Duluth Public Library Hosts Alabaster Falls Concerts at Two Locations | Arts & Culture
The Duluth Public Library will be hosting two free concerts by Alabaster Falls, an acoustic "folkgrass" band based in the Minnesota north woods. The concerts will be held at the West Duluth Branch Library, 5830 Grand Avenue on Tuesday, October 8 at 6:30 pm and again in the Main Library Green Room, 520 W. Superior St. on Thursday, October 10 at 6:30 pm.
According to a press release, Alabaster Falls consists of four musicians with a unique variety of talents. Each person has a turn in singing the lead, resulting in a rich diversity of sound. Alabaster Falls has found a way to put their unique stamp on music from bluegrass to folk to original pieces, all while having fun. With an easy stage presence and a knack for connecting with the audience, they'll grab you at the first sound and hold on until the final chord is played.
The Alabaster Falls concerts are sponsored by the Duluth Public Library and the Arrowhead Library System, and funded by money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.