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Bob Wilusz, the Strolling Accordionist is great for special themes, festivals, and parties.  He takes the music to the people by making personal contact with the audience or to just add to the atmosphere. Bob's repertoire includes various European music (French, German, Italian, Irish, and Polish), plus old time and Patriotic American. Bob has vast knowledge of songs from the time period 1890 to 1959.  Special hats and vests compliment each musical style. He could perform just one type of music or all six.

Bob also does a lot of senior work. He'll do special lunch programs combining music and history or stroll during dinners or picnics. Bob will play special Irish, German, old time music with an explanation of its historical significance, and Christmas programs. Currently, Bob is booking for weddings; dinner, birthday, anniversary, picnics, and international theme parties.

Class instructor at Shepherd Center in Rock Hill and Charlotte giving classes on old time music and history.

Member of Charlotte Folk Society, Carolina Accordionists, and Florida Accordion Association.

Former U.S. Navy Band Member

Available in North and South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia.


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Recent events include: St. Philip Neri Church, Fort Mill and Hickory Oktoberfest (10 years each); Rock Hill Oktoberfest; Newberry Irish Festival; University of North Carolina International Festival; St. Anne's Church Irish celebration, Rock Hill; Irish and German programs for senior living in Charlotte, Savannah, Hilton Head, Spartanburg, Columbia, and Greenville; St. Patrick's Day Parade in Charlotte; French Festivals for Chamber of Commerce; Mecklenburg County lunch programs (20 different sites); Gastonia Grizzlies Baseball performances; Queen of Apostle International dinners; Legal Remedy; Italian Festival, Hilton Head; Christmas Village, Charlotte; and Daniel Stowe Gardens Christmas Festivals.

e-mail Bob here
call him at 803-328-1999