The snow pack is melting and the sun is shining a bit more, so can Spring be far away? We've had some really fun shows this winter and we're so thankful for fans like you who have been there to support us.
Before the actual first day of Spring arrives we have one more concert that might be fairly close to your neighborhood.On Saturday,March 9, we're returning to Zellie's Opry House in Howard City, MI. If you've been there before you know what a cool venue it is and how much fun we have playing there. If you haven't been there, this is a good time to try it out.
Concerts take place in a made over old church with a great (not too loud) sound system and a nice big stage.The raked audience seating area and near amphitheater layout make it large enough for a good sized crowd and intimate enough to let you feel up close and personal with the music.
We hope you'll come out and see us at Zellie's. John King and Dan Seabolt will be joining us to lend that "full band" sound. Doors open at 6:00. The House Band willl open the evening, and we'll start around 7:00. Tickets are a bargain and available at the door.
Ruth and Max
(Our apologies for the double intrusion.)
"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