Goulder brings variety of styles to local folk show
Rockland — On Friday, Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m., the Sail, Power and Steam Museum presents a concert by Dave Goulder, folk musician and master craftsman.
This concert is likely to be the most unusual one will hear this summer. Goulder taps a wide variety of experience, instruments and musical styles to create a unique blend of music and stories. He has been a railway footplate man, mountaineer, motorcyclist, classical music enthusiast, Spanish guitar player, Jew's harp virtuoso, songwriter, poet, singer, hedge layer, junk sculptor, naturalist, community arts administrator, drystone walling Master Craftsman/instructor, ceilidh band member, and failed mandolin player.
For this appearance, Goulder will offer Railway music and stories, songs for the Spanish guitar traditional and nontraditional and words and music of dry stone walling; perhaps a short course in wall building or a slideshow. Variety and surprises throughout the evening.
The concert is $10. Reservations are required.
Sharp’s Point South and the Sail, Power and Steam Museum are at 75 Mechanic St. in Rockland. For more information on the museum and its programs, call 701-7627 or 596-0200, email@example.com or visit the website at sailpowerandsteammuseum.org.