Modern day troubadour and award-winning songwriter Kerry Grombacher performs.
This is an in-person program.
Kerry Grombacher is an award-winning songwriter who plays guitar and mandolin and performs original contemporary folk and western songs. In the spirit of the troubadours of old, he paints vivid portraits and tells fascinating stories that are set in the landscape where he’s worked and toured, from his home on New Orleans’ Bayou St. John to the desert southwest, and up to Montana and the Northwest forests. You’ll find him at Folk Festivals and Cowboy Poetry Gatherings, singing his songs, playing mandolin as a sideman, and picking in the jam sessions and around the campfires until the last song is sung.
Kerry has performed on stages as varied as the Newport Folk Festival and Cowboy Songs & Range Ballads (Cody, WY), the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and the Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering (Durango, CO). In addition to appearing at Folk Festivals and Cowboy Gatherings, he regularly sings his songs at performing arts centers, libraries, house concerts and other music venues.