The 2014 Bread 'N Jam will feature entertainment from Bob & Sheila Everhart, presenting their "Traveling Museum of Music."
The performance - free to the public - will be at 2 p.m. during the Bread 'N Jam Festival in Neligh on Saturday, Sept. 6, and will last between 60-90 minutes.
According to the Everharts' biography, they have devoted their lives to the preservation and performance of America's rural country music.
They have conducted a huge number of concerts for schools, festivals, symphony halls, opera houses, museums and home concerts, built around the historical aspects of America's early music on the frontier - the music of the settlers and homesteaders of the great plains and prairie lands.
The Smithsonian calls their concert a "Traveling Museum of Music." Their songs and the manner in which they play them reflect the true American innovative method of oral tradition with their own creativity blended in. These Smithsonian Institution recording artists have become one of the most 'in-demand' acts of this nature in the upper Midwest and have received tremendous accolades and honors from their peers as well as international fans.
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