Bill and Pam Gurley will give a concert at Bethany United Methodist Church, Gloucester Point, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 21. The concert, which will kick off a month-long celebration of the church’s 135th anniversary, is free and open to the public. A love-offering will be available.
The Gurleys are a married couple with deep roots in the Tidewater area of Virginia. They started singing together on their first date and have been doing so ever since, much to the delight of audiences from Maine to the Caribbean, a release stated. Bill is a multi-instrumentalist moving from guitar to banjo to fiddle. He also writes many of the songs that they perform together. Pam has a warm voice that listeners have found to be quite memorable.
The Gurleys make their home in the Northern Neck, having restored an old family farmhouse there. They have recorded several CDs over the years working with some of the best musicians in the region. Bill and Pam also front a bluegrass band known as “Fiddlesticks...
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