Thursday, June 16, 2016

The Fiddling Thomsons To Perform At The Franklin Historical Museum

The Franklin Historical Museum is happy to be participating in the 2nd Annual Franklin Cultural Festival to be held the last week of July.

As part of the festival, the Fiddling Thomsons will perform on the front porch of the museum Thursday evening, July28th from 5:00pm -7:30pm.

Ryan and Brennish Thomson are an award winning father and son duo who will be performing lively tunes on a variety of old time instruments of historical nature. Together they play twin fiddles, wooden spoons, jaw harp, cajon box, drum, rhythm bones, mandolin,banjo, accordion, flute, foot percussion, penny whistle, to name a few! The duo will entertain with their large repertoire of fun and lively tunes and will be available to answer questions from the audience regarding the folk instruments they play.

Join us for Fiddling and Folk Music on Thursday the 28th, on the front lawn of the museum for some lively entertainment and a night of family fun.

More information on the duo can be found on their website,

The evening is sponsored and hosted by the Friends of the Franklin Historical Museum. The Cultural District Festival runs from Wednesday, July 27th through Saturday July 30th. 

See you there.

Fiddling Thomsons (image grab from YouTube video)
Fiddling Thomsons (image grab from YouTube video)
For more about the Fiddling Thomsons visit their YouTube channel

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