Brigham Young University-Idaho Center Stage will host a musical performance by Utah-based band Molly in the Mineshaft on Friday, July 28, during the university’s annual conference, Education Week. The show will take place in the Hart Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
Molly in the Mineshaft is comprised of former members of BYU’s Mountain Strings. Categorized as a “Newgrass” band, the group is a perfect blend of sounds celebrating the diverse heritage of bluegrass music, traditional Americana tunes, and even current pop hits. Members of the band have performed throughout the world with such legends as Natalie MacMaster, Bar J Wranglers, Lincoln Highway, and Jon Schmidt of Piano Guys.
“Their music is quintessential American,” said Dale Hillier, Center Stage coordinator. “Molly in the Mineshaft has a unique sound, energy, and emotion that should be a part of everyone’s summer.”
Tickets for students and the community are $10. Purchase tickets at www.byui.edu/tickets.
For more information about Education Week, including the class and event schedule, teacher information, and registration, visit http://www.byui.edu/education-week.