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Orcas Center Presents on Center Stage:

Caleb Klauder and Reeb Willms Duo and Golden Shoals

Friday, January 26 at 7pm
Tiered Ticket Pricing: $63, $33, $18
Orcas Center charges a $2 per ticket fee

**Orcas Center’s Tiered Ticket Pricing is based on the needs of your family. The variant in pricing is not based on seat location or dates of performances, rather, what you’re able to afford to help us to maintain our facilities and create quality programming.

Tier A is the true cost per patron of putting on show at the Orcas Center, Tier B is our standard rate, also subsidized by our generous donors,
Tier C is a rate subsidized by our generous donors. **

Caleb Klauder and Reeb Willms Duo and Golden Shoals

Two of Old Time/Americana’s Favorite Duos Team Up for Intimate Concert Tour

When East Coast meets West Coast in the Folk music world, there are no turf wars or diss tracks, there is only joyful collaboration.

As a duo, and as 2/4 of Foghorn Stringband, Caleb Klauder & Reeb Willms have been waving the flag of Old Time and Classic Country in the PNW years. Golden Shoals (Amy Alvey and Mark Kilianski) first called Boston, MA home, then a Chevy Camper van and Asheville, NC, before settling in Nashville, TN (Amy) and Vancouver, BC (Mark). Mark’s move out west sparked a connection with Caleb and Reeb as they outlasted all the other jammers at the annual Wintergrass festival in Seattle in 2022 and ‘23.

Respectively, these two duos have toured clubs, house concerts, and festival stages across the country and around the world. Though they’ve been in similar orbits for years, this tour marks their first time sharing the stage together.

“When Amy and I were starting out 10 years ago, Caleb and Reeb were huge inspirations musically, as well as role models for what a career in this genre of music can look like,” says Kilianski. “It’s a dream to collaborate with them.”

Slated for Seattle, Bellingham, Vancouver (BC), Orcas Island, and Olympia, these concerts promise to be a warm, intimate experience, treating audiences to the conversationalism and spontaneity that come naturally to musical duos. Each show will culminate with all four musicians on stage reveling in 3 and 4 part harmonies, and rollicking fiddle tunes.