Heidi Muller and Dan Maher, two of the Northwest’s most popular folk musicians, will present a “double-bill song swap” on Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Cheney Cowles Museum.
Muller, a mainstay of the Seattle folk scene, has three albums to her credit. She is known for her crystal-clear vocals and her fluid accompaniment on guitar and mountain dulcimer.
Maher, from Pullman, is known as the king of folk in the Inland Northwest. He is the host of Spokane Public Radio’s “Inland Folk” show, and he is a popular performer in Spokane and in the Palouse.
Tickets for the show are $10, with discounts for seniors and children uner 12, and are available at Street Music, 117 N. Howard. Tickets also may be available at the door, but seating is limited.
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