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Woodsongs Coffeehouse Concert Series to Host Nu-Blu Bluegrass Band

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Nu-BluDalton, GA -- The Woodsongs Coffeehouse - Dalton Freight Depot will host on Saturday March 30th, an evening of acoustic music featuring Nu-Blu from Siler City, North Carolina. Also, by popular demand, Atlanta songwriter Kathy Reed will return to the Freight Depot to open the show.

By mixing their original songs along with traditional material, and incorporating songs from other generes, Nu-Blu creates a unique and driving blend of music which has been attracting fans and new audiences across the country.

Through the years, Nu-Blu has worked hard to develop a group that would give the listener a diverse experience. By mixing their original songs along with traditional material, and even incorporating songs from other genres, the group has certainly created a unique and driving blend of music that keeps audiences coming back for more.

Nu-Blu was founded by husband and wife team, Carolyn and Daniel Routh. Carolyn, on bass, provides her trademark lead vocals with impressive clarity and vocal range and Daniel, on guitar, brings his songwriting and vocal talents to the group. The two young guns, Levi Austin (banjo and vocals) and Austin Koener (mandolin) fill out the ranks providing the band with a solid and talented backbone.

This concert is the final show in the annual Winter series to benefit Providence Ministries in Dalton.

Tickets may be purchased from the Freight Depot gift shop at 305 S. Depot Street in Downtown Dalton, Georgia or on-line using the link below. Reserved table seating is $20, with a limited number of General admission seats at $15.

The concert series is sponsored in part by The Downtown Dalton Development Authority, Masingill Clean Air and the Dalton Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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