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Next Showcase will be March 2, 2024
featuring:

Poor Boys Delight
Poor Boy’s Delight was originally a trio born out of the Auntie’s Bookstore jam, with LaVona
Reeves, Phil Kleinman and Kirk Rowbotham. As a trio, they also played at the Spokane Fall Folk
Festivals and Showcases, but their true “delight” was playing at Saint Joseph’s Rehab Center
for Alzheimer’s patients and temporary residents recovering from surgery—many of whom
knew Dr. Rowbotham as their physician and loved him. When he unexpectedly passed in
2019, LaVona and Phil decided to keep the group going as Kirk would have wanted them to do.
Delayed by Covid, the Sacred Heart summer concert series in Kirk’s honor was launched in
2022. This year they will open the concert series on June 20, 2024 at noon. They now play
primarily as a duo with LaVona on vocals and guitar and Phil on dobro, banjo, or mandolin and
vocals. They like to invite guest performers to play with them. Joining them for her first
showcase will be LaVona’s grand-daughter Keira, on vocals. Philip Brown will be playing fiddle.


and

The Mountain Dew Boys 

is a band made of long-time friends  from the Spokane area. The band members include; Doug  Davis (guitar & vocals), Greg Davis (mandolin & vocals),  Larry Lowe (fiddle & vocals), Jeff Renfrow (bass & vocals),  newest member Jim Logan (banjo) and occasionally Josh  Robertson (guitar & vocals). They are known for their  tight harmonies and A Cappella gospel. Their love for  music has them playing traditional bluegrass, original  compositions, instrumentals, and gospel music. Their shows  always include at least one Hank Williams number. You can  find them playing at locations throughout the Spokane and  Coeur d’Alene area.


at Opportunity Presbyterian Church
202 N. Pines Rd. Spokane Valley, WA
(park and enter in front or back)

Jamming from 4:30-6:45
Concert starts at 7 in the church multipurpose room
$5 members, $10 nonmembers (family yearly membership $25)
Feel free to bring finger food to share
Upcoming schedule:


Feb. 17 Wanigan from Lewiston at Kelly's Underground 7 pm

Brad Keeler Trio at the February 2023 Showcase

 Bonnie and the Extras at the February 2023 Showcase

Not Sick nor Broken Ankle Band at the December 2023 Showcase

Brad Sondahl and Mark Harding at the December 2023 Showcase

Homebrew String Band video from Nov. Showcase

Shiloh Mountain video  from Nov. Showcase



New: Thursday bluegrass jam at Spokane Friends church 1612 Dalke Ave, 3-5 pm.  There will be two rooms available for beginners and intermediate players.  Bring your acoustic instrument and be prepared to lead a song without book or device support.  Come join us.  Contact Tom Cline (530-227-0141) or Randy Butler (206-940-4887) for more information.  



The Kevin Pace Band has made videos from their Aug. 2022 show at Greenbluff available for watching and listening

Open Mic  in Coeur d’Alene, every Friday.  Coeur d Alene. Contact Ray Tapia pop3787@yahoo.com.
Dalton Gardens Church of Christ   6439 N 4th St.  Dalton Gardens , Id    Fridays, 4:00pm to 6:30 pm  Location is Northwest corner of 4th and Hanley Ave.  There is a roundabout at this corner. Opposite Dalton Gardens    City hall and park.




Borderlands video from May 2023                          Poor Boys Delight video from May 2023
See Sondahl photos and videos from all the Showcases at this link


Ru Searson Scholarship Application helps members and family members with music scholarships.  Link is to the application


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Our  Board meetings on Zoom are open to all members...  All are welcome, for input...
We will listen !! contact bsondahl@gmail.com  for zoom link. Currently on first Wednesdays after Showcase at 7 pm.


Brad Sondahl is the website coordinator. Contact brad2@sondahl.com  for needed changes on these pages...
The INBMA is located in and around Spokane, Washington, serving the region known as the Inland Northwest.
Current President:  Brad Sondahl

Keep Pickin' and Grinnin'!