Timberline to feature popular West Virginia music styles

Special to HuntingtonNews.Net
  Timberline to feature popular West Virginia music styles
Former Huntington resident Dirty Harry to perform Friday afternoon


Mr. Harry performs a wide variety of musical styles most popular in West Virginia. The state is known for its wide diversity of music and for the talent which has risen to National Prominence including Grammy Winner, Kathy, Matea, Hall of Famers Hawkshaw Hawkins and Little Jimmie Dickens, and Roy Scott, Brad Paisley and Stony Cooper.


Durty Harry, originally from Huntington, West Virginia now works in Falls Church Virginia. Harry had a long standing reputation when he served as a journalist in the Huntington area.


Mr. Harry‘s performance will span honky tank, bluegrass, blues, classic rock, folk, mountain and Dixieland. The performance is open to the public without charge and is part of an ongoing series of musical events sponsored by the resort in recognition of the vast heritage of musical variety of the state of West Virginia. Future events will include the famous Snowy Lau, the Hawaiian theme festival, on the third weekend of March.

 

 

 

For information about the performance or hotel lodging call 304-866-4801.

For hotel or vacation home lodging call 304-866-4777 or visit www.timberline.com

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