CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Joe Dobbs will discuss his book "A Country Fiddler," a memoir of his life and music, at a Sept. 25 luncheon in the Erma Byrd Art Gallery on the campus of the University of Charleston.
Dobbs is a member of The 1937 Flood, an old-time country music quintet and owner-manager of the Fret 'n Fiddle music store in St. Albans. He will entertain with down-home tales of music and mischief and a bit of fiddling.
An opportunity to meet the author will begin at 11:30; the luncheon will begin at noon. Membership in the group is not required to attend the luncheon. Cost for the luncheon is $18. For reservations, contact Jamie DeYoung at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304-357-4369.
Dobbs is a guest of the University of Charleston Builders, whose mission is fund special campus projects and academic scholarships as well as to provide an opportunity for community members to support UC.