Ligonier Country Market features Limberline Band
Limberline Band will be performing in the special features booth at the Ligonier Country Market 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Martin Bour and Jeff DeMao began playing together shortly after meeting at the Tuscano Agency.
Bour has been playing music ever since he got a drum set from his grandparents when he was 12 years old. He began playing guitar in high school and took classical guitar lessons in college. Martin has always preferred the acoustic guitar sound and enjoys writing instrumental pieces.
DeMao has been active in various forums including lead and back up vocals at Princeton Community Church in New Jersey, Christian Community Church in Chicago and leading the praise worship during local Sunday and evening services. Jeff has also performed at various coffeehouses, parties and wedding services and has recorded lead and back up vocals with the rock group, Pariah.
Gateway Health Plan Medicare Assured will also be at the market's special feature booth on Saturday to provide information about four plans they offer for those who qualify.
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