Riley Creek UMC presents Ted Yoder Band August 21 OTTAWA—Do you sometimes feel like the cares of the world are on your shoulders? There is soothing power in music to calm
Riley Creek UMC presents Ted Yoder Band August 21
OTTAWA—Do you sometimes feel like the cares of the world are on your shoulders? There is soothing power in music to calm your fears and set you back on the path to peace. That calm feeling you want is within reach as Riley Creek United Methodist Church presents the award-winning Ted Yoder Band in concert on Saturday, August 21, at 6:30 p.m. With Ted on hammered dulcimer, Doug Haag on percussion and Sarah Haag on marimba, the music is best described as acoustic rock but hints at cinematic and a touch of nostalgic classic rock.
Yoder has played the dulcimer for decades and won America’s National Hammered Dulcimer Championship in 2010. His performance style in popular songs including Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing,” The Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby,” and classics such as “Amazing Grace” has become known as “Yoderizing.” Why? Because until you hear Ted Yoder, it’s impossible to imagine that one wooden stringed instrument can sound like an entire rock band or a whole symphony orchestra all in one.
Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online at tedyoder.com/concerts. Seating is limited. Please call 419-420-4784 with any questions regarding the August 21 concert.
Riley Creek United Methodist Church is located southeast of Ottawa and northwest of Pandora at the intersection of Putnam County Roads M and 7-L (7102 County Road M, Ottawa, OH 45875), across from Ottawa National Lime & Stone Company. Weekly Sunday morning worship is at 11 a.m. Marcella Ciccotelli is pastor.
(Saturday) 6:30 pm
Riley Creek United Methodist Church 7102 Road M Ottawa OH 45875
7102 Road M