Here's the first concert this month that we hope our fans will consider attending. It's at the Frauenthal Center for the Arts in Muskdgon, MI. A Concert With Friends has been an annual event for at least seven years now. Presented by Mona Lake Productions, each year's show raises money for a local project or charity. This year it's the new Muskegon Boys and Girls Club, a worthy cause indeed. We'll be joined on stage by our dear friends The Oat Bran Boys (John and Richie King, and Dan Seabolt) and Tommy Foster. You'll get to experience each of the three acts on its own and there will be some unexpected and improvisational collaborations among the various musicians as well. For tickets call: (231)727-8001. Please help support the new Muskegon Boys and Girls Club by being one of our friends at A Concert With Friends.
Check the schedule linked below for more details and more future concerts including some special Christmas shows in December.
Thanks for being a friend.
Ruth and Max
"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