Check out the article in today’s Winston Salem Journal at journalnow.com!
We have had a very busy June! We have played at numerous private parties, a children’s concert at the library, the farmer’s market, and an anti-fracking party. We even spent a day lobbying in Raleigh on behalf of the Dan River. We are off for most of July. We will be using the time to learn some new songs, then traveling to Scotland to see our Scottish family and attend music camp on the Isle of Skye.
For anyone who wants to support a good cause and have a good time, come see us from 12:25 to 1:05 at the BioTech Place on Patterson Avenue, downtown Winston Salem, for b/Eats on the Street brought to you by the Arts’ Council and Brenner Children’s Hospital Arts for Life. Hope to see you there!
We were deeply saddened by the disastrous coal ash spill on the beautiful Dan River near Eden, NC. We were honored to be asked by the Dan River Basin Association to play at the River of Coal event at Wake Forest, an information session about the ash spill. And we felt really privileged to get to play with Laurelyn Dossett there.
Playing I’ll Fly Away with Laurelyn Dossett
Hello Fans! New videos have been uploaded–go to our video page and check them out.
Also, we were invited to compete in the annual Winston-Salem Shuffle Showcase featuring the winners from the past year at Krankies on February 28 at 8 PM. We were pleased to make it to the semi-final round. Congratulations to Tyler Nail for winning. Here we are jamming in the WS Shuffle.
A video from our November WS Shuffle performance is on our video page.