Drowsy Maggie to perform at the Warehouse Theatre

WELLSBORO — On Nov. 25 at 7:30 p.m., Drowsy Maggie will perform a variety of old time, Celtic, bluegrass, folk and American roots music in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theatre, 3 Central Ave.

Named for a Celtic reel on their play list, the group performs “Drowsy Maggie” every time they are on stage. Other selections will be music made famous by John Prine, Hank Williams Jr., the Stanley Brothers, Nancy Griffith, Utah Philips, Tony Rice, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Doc Watson and Old Crow Medicine Show. Among them are: “Love at the Five and Dime,” “Kentucky Waltz,” “Whiskey Before Breakfast,” “Wagon Wheel,” “Paradise,” “Jambalaya” and “Handsome Molly.” On Nov. 25, the group also will sing “Far Side of Crazy,” a song written by Kenny Cox of Florida and Hickory Fest organizer Frank Serio.

Drowsy Maggie now includes four musicians: Carl Conn, Bruce Smith, Daria Lin-Guelig and Dan Shipe.

On stage with Drowsy Maggie will be guest artists, Dave Cavage of Carbondale, a member of the Hickory Project band, will be on banjo and vocals. Also joining them will be vocalist Molly Howard Cary, Wellsboro’s new elementary music teacher and the daughter of Ann and Alan Acker of Coudersport. Jennifer McCarthy of Wellsboro will sing the Kate Wolf tune “Across The Great Divide” with the group.

For more information,  call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220 or visit deanecenter.com.