January 4 2021
FIRST OF ALL - Best wishes for the New Year. 2020 has been a hard one. If you are among those who have lost loved ones, friends, or family as have we, you have our deepest sympathy and hopes for a better year to come.
As you may know, we have performed a live-streamed concert via Facebook every Saturday night since the end of March. No one knows when live in-person concerts will be possible or practical again, so we plan to continue these virtual shows and hope that you will watch when you can and share them with your friends. So far, all of our Saturday livestreams are archived on our Facebook page so that you can watch them here:
https://www.facebook.com/RuthAndMaxBloomquistMusic/live_videos You can go back in history and see how the look and sound changed and progressed.
And please catch us live on Saturday nights at 8:00 at the same link.
We are open to collaboration with music venues and concert series who have taken to live-streaming, so if you know of any or are involved with one please do suggest us to them and them to us. This helps us to reach a wider audience, and we would appreciate any help in this area.
Speaking of collaboration, we have some of those coming up:
On January 25 we will stream a concert for Muskegon, Michigan's Hackley Public Library. See the details here: https://www.hackleylibrary.org/event/ruth-max-in-concert-live-for-the-library-virtual-music-performance/
On January 31 we will provide virtual live music for the Sunday morning gathering of C3, West Michigan’s Inclusive Spiritual Connection. The teaching starts at 10:00 a.m. with three songs by us to follow. Find it here: https://www.facebook.com/c3westmi
Watch for more collaborations in February, too.
That's the news, friends. It's all-about the livestream these days. Please stay safe and well. We'll see you on the internet.
Ruth and Max