Bluegrass Music Returns To St. Luke’s In Hope

A special guest will play with Brian Molnar and Slow Rolling Low featuring members of the former Cannons in the Cornfield at Music at St. Luke’s in Hope on Saturday, June 3, at 7:30 p.m.

Harry “Hap” Noble will play standup bass for this very special concert.

Slow Rolling Low’s lineup includes Harry Noble III on banjo, guitar and vocals. Noble is one of the founders of Cannons in the Cornfield and Quimby Mountain Band. Trevor Newcomb is on percussion.

Hap and Harry represent two of three generations of Noble musicians.

Molnar (pictured) also plays guitar. He recently released the album “Old Paint” and is currently touring with country legend Kinky Friedman.

Music at St. Luke’s presents three or four concerts a year at the 1832 stone Episcopal Church on High Street in Hope. The Noble Brothers played there with Cannons last spring and immediately asked when they could return because of the excellent acoustics in the old church. Parking is at the rear of the church and in the adjacent bank lot as well as on the street.

A suggested donation of $10 per person will be collected.

Music at St. Luke’s is partially funded by a grant from the Warren County Cultural and Heritage Commission.

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