The Coutts Museum will continue its Brown Bag Concert Series Tuesday, Sept. 19 with a performance from Dustin Arbuckle, who returns to the museum with friend and guitarist Wayne Long. The show will begin at noon, with water, coffee, tea and snacks provided.

Arbuckle and Long have been making music together for nearly a decade. The two were originally drawn together by their shared fondness for traditional country blues music; they are heavily influenced by artists such as Mississippi John Hurt, Reverend Gary Davis, and Charley Patton. With Long's fluid fingerpicking guitar style and Arbuckle's emotive singing and harmonica playing they capably and earnestly perform a variety of traditional blues and folk songs, in addition to the occasional original tune.

The Brown Bag Concert Series offers shows from local, regional, and/or independent artists for free to the public over lunch on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. The Coutts Museum of Art is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit institution dedicated to supporting art and art education in the community, the region, and to its visitors.