Jul 28, 2009
Red Wing, and all our fans owe a great debt of grattitude to Jack Logan. Not only for being a mean Bass player and making all that plum wine, but also for volunteering his outstanding PA equipment. Amps., speakers, microphones, and also a "hot" mike like those used by all the professional bluegrass boys. It's a great addition to the show. Thank you very much Jack, we're forever in your debt.
Players were: Marvin Payne, Andy Adams, Oren Siders, Sandy Siders, Rusty Dickerson, Develle Sellers, Steve Parker, Dan Kelhoffer, Jack Logan, Keith Rowell.
Jul 21, 2009
Steve Parker has joined us again on the banjo. He's said he's been out of bluegrass for a while and is now glad to be back. We're glad he's back too. He is featured in the video below.
Players were: Marvin Payne, Oren Siders, Sandy Siders, Develle Sellers, Paul Heath, Steve Parker, Jack Logan, Keith Rowell.
Jul 14, 2009
Paul Heath has become one of our most prolific performers since we moved to the courthouse square. His strong vocals and distinctive style are a real treat. He says that 20 years on a Nuclear Sub gave him plenty of time to practice. I particularly like his John Prine renditions. He starts us off singing "Evening Train".
Players were: Paul Heath, DC Sellers, Paul Jacobs, Oren Siders, Sandy Siders, Don Winebarger, Charlette Mullis, Alan Wilkinson, Keith Rowell.
Jul 7, 2009
Players were: Marvin Payne, Felton Brown, Paul Jacobs, Oren Siders, Sandy Siders, Don Winebarger, Charlette Mullis, Alan Wilkinson, Rusty Dickerson.
Song List: Blackberry Blossom, Blue Ridge Cabin Home, Bury me Beneath the Willow, Down the Road , Duelling Banjos , Falling Leaves, Foggy Mountain Breakdown, Footprints in the Snow, Goin Down the Road Feeling Bad, Gold Rush, I Still Carry You Around, Jericho, I Still Carry You Around, Let's All go Down to the River, Little Sadie, Nellie Kane, Old Country Church, Old Home Place, Old Joe Clark, Prayer Bells of Heaven, Rank Strangers, Remington Ride, Sailor's Hornpipe, Shuckin the Corn, Talk of the Town, Walkin in my Sleep, Whiskey b'fore breakfast, Your're Love is Like a Flower.