Effingham County’s own Pace Brothers — Julian and Ethan — are set to perform tonight at Baibry’s Coffee and Café in Rincon. The talented folk duo will perform from 6-9 p.m. and the performance is free to the public.
The brothers play guitar, fiddle and stand up bass and sing music that encompasses traditional folk music as well as pop standards from the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s. Julian was honored by the Savannah Folk Music Festival as Young Songwriter of the Year and was a featured performer at the First Annual Effingham Acoustic Music Festival.
The boys will also perform in the Saturday Night Gospel Sing at Rincon Baptist Temple on Weisenbaker Road in Rincon from 7-9 p.m. The brothers are also scheduled to be the host band for the Sizzlin Summer Celebration, a Faith Therapeutic Riding fundraiser to be held on May 29 at the Effingham County Fairgrounds in Springfield.