If the sound of a banjo makes your toes tap and your heart sing, you won’t want to miss Grammy-award winning kindie duo, The Okee Dokee Brothers, who’ll be performing live Sunday, April 14 at 3:00pm at Main Library as part of the Augusta Baker’s Dozen storytelling festival in April.
Inspired by nature, the duo has poured their love of the great outdoors into the heart of their Americana Folk music in the hope that children and parents will gain a greater respect for the natural world, their communities and themselves.
With music sewn into the very fabric of Columbia, we couldn’t agree more. That’s why the library’s music collection and music-related events strive to have something for everyone. Listen freely!
Create a Music Library:
Did you know you can download three free songs a week from Richland Library? All you need is your library card number and PIN. Start downloading and Listen freely.
Check it Out:
If you’re an old school rocker, the library has dozens of genres of music on thousands of compact discs. Stop by any library location to browse the racks, or check out our online collection: Search freely.
Stay in the Loop:
Keep up to date on all of the latest music industry news with the library’s eMagazine collection. Subscribe to Billboard, Rolling Stone, Guitar Player, XXL and more. Read freely.