"Nostalgia" is a four-piece instrumental group that plays standard music of the '40s and '50s for dancing and entertainment. They are well known on the Olympic Peninsula for their verve and vigor and have always been generous in giving of their time to worthy causes.
Mary Lou Montgomery – alto saxophone and vocals. Mary Lou is a former vocal teacher and director for Chimacum Schools. She continues to teach as a private instructor, is the director of the women's choral group, "The Choral Belles," and is the lead singer with "The Dukes of Dabob," a Dixieland band.
Mark Holman – clarinet, tenor saxophone and flute. Mark is a former music educator for the Bremerton Public Schools. He is a member of the clarinet quartet "Toot Sweet," the Poulsbo Community Orchestra, and is an integral member of "The Dukes of Dabob."
Al Harris – piano. Canadian born and raised, he now resides in Sequim. Al is a music educator, versatile arranger and performer. He is the pianist of "The Dukes of Dabob."
Owen Mulkey – percussion. Retired aerospace engineer. Owen is not only the prime mover for "Nostalgia," but also plays with "The Dukes of Dabob."
The concert is open to the public. There is no admission fee.