Fiddling Dills Sisters bring free concert to Jackson library

The well-known Fiddling Dills Sisters will perform gospel, bluegrass and traditional mountain music at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 18, at the Jackson County Public Library.

Amanda Dills Stewart and Sharon Dills, locally known as the Fiddling Dills Sisters, have been playing music together for many years. Amanda started playing violin at age five and Sharon at the age of three.

Amanda graduated from WCU with a degree in Music Education. She taught music at Fairview Elementary for four years and now is a stay at home mom. Sharon graduated from WCU with a degree in Education. She is now a social worker.

The performance is free to the public and is part of the library’s Community Outreach Series. This program is co-sponsored by the Friends of the Jackson County Main Library.

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