We've been back from our 5-week tour of Florida and Alabama for two weeks today and we're still trying to get our feet back on the ground. The audiences were wonderful and we have many people to thank including the Broward County Folk Club, Santos Pizza, Moonlight On The Mountain, Gulf Shores UMC, and all the folks too numerous to mention here in RV parks and other communities that hosted us or helped us find opportunities to share our music. We are truly grateful.
Speaking of grateful, we get to play two dream venues in this month of March. Each has its own unique character and we know you will want to try at least one of them. We'll be joined at each of them by our good friends, those fabulous musicians, Dan Seabolt and John King.
On Friday, March 18, we will be at Seven Steps Up in Spring Lake, MI. This Listening Room with full bar is the perfect venue for what they term Pin Drop Concerts. Comfortable reserved seating and a focused but participatory listening environment with personalized bar service make the experience very special. No food is served here, so have a nice dinner before coming to the show. Tickets are available here in advance. Musicians from all over the country are clamoring to play here. Come on out to see why.
On Sunday, March 27, we travel down the road to Fennville, MI for an evening at Salt of the Earth. One of the owners is a fine musician himself and a long time friend of ours. Live music is one of the specialties here. The other specialty is the FOOD. Locally sourced, prepared-by-hand, baked on premises, and served with care, come to this concert hungry because whatever is on the menu is going to be GREAT. Please call 269.561.7258 for concert reservations. You'll be glad you did.
"What a show--great musicianship, great songs, and Ruth's voice just melts over the crowd like butter on a biscuit...delicious! Let's do it again!" — Terry Grannis, Zellie's Opry House
"Turn Back A Page - Real songs with real emotions, great instrumental work, superb harmonies and one of the best female vocalists in the business (Ruth, of course!). This CD is pure listening pleasure."" — Al Kniola, Host, The Back Porch, 88.1 WVPE Public Radio
"This band has a growing devoted following here in the Midwest, but the music I heard and the performance I saw are of a caliber that deserves to be seen on the best national stages!”" — Phil Doolittle, Paint Creek Comfy Concerts