Moors and McCumber to perform March 8 at high school

Photo courtesy James Moors

By Cindi Galabota
Special to The PREVIEW
Gather your friends and family and come to the Pagosa Springs High School tomorrow, March 8, to see the incredible singing duo and multi-instrumentalists Moors and McCumber.
Local festival-goers will remember Moors and McCumber from their past visits to Reservoir Hill. They incorporate elements of various American roots music styles including country, roots rock, folk, bluegrass, R&B and blues. More recently, they have been influenced heavily by Irish music. They will put on a great performance you will not want to miss.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert starts at 6:30 p.m. with an opening show by the Pagosa Springs High School Americana Project students. The Americana Project is in its 10th year. It is an elective class taught by the talented Bob Hemenger that uses musical performance and creativity to foster self-confidence and self-expression. Americana Project students will be performing both original and cover songs. Moors and McCumber will start at approximately 7:30 p.m.
Entry to the concert is by donation, with a suggested donation of $10 per person or $25 per family. All net proceeds from the event go towards the Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library Foundation.
The mission of the Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library Foundation is to support and enhance the Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library by raising funds for information resources, programs, services and facilities. The foundation is led by a volunteer board of directors and supported by individual donors and community partners.
To learn more about supporting the newly formed Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library Foundation, please call Cindi Galabota at 264-2209 or email cindi@pagosalibrary.org.

This story was posted on March 7, 2019.