HUNTINGBURG – The Troubadours of Divine Bliss, who were a feature act in last spring’s Will Read and Sing For Food show at the Astra theater in Jasper, are returning to perform with the troupe Thursday, Nov. 6, 7 p.m., Old Town Hall.
This show, which is the kick-off event for the city’s Christmas Stroll, will benefit the Shared Abundance Food Pantry.
“This will mark the fourth time they have volunteered their talent and demonstrated their songstress’ servitude for Will Read and Sing For Food causes. We are lucky to get them when we can, for they do a lot of touring, domestically and overseas. These two ladies are crowd favorites whenever they play. I love watching them cast their spell on our audiences, some being devout followers of Divine Bliss, some being first-timers turned quick fans,” says the show’s founder and host Scott Saalman.
Divine Bliss consists of guitarist Aim Me and accordionist Rene. Both sing and demonstrate amazing harmonies together.
Will Read (and sing) For Food is a unique mix of live music and humor essays. Besides Divine Bliss, Thursday’s show will feature Herald humor columnist Scott Saalman and musicians Ed Walston, Bryan and Jaime Bolin and Daniel Ross. Matthew Crane (Dubois Country Free Press) will also read an original, humorous essay. Admission is a canned good or monetary donation, which will be given to Shared Abundance. The show will be held at Old Town Hall (309 N. Geiger Street). In the past three years, Will Read and Sing For Food has raised $32,391 for community-related non-profit organizations.