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Friday, July 14, 2017
Lonesome Road, with our friend Andrew Morton from Casey and the Atta Boys, backed up performers last night at the Greater Ozarks Bluegrass Society's Bluegrass Karaoke. Many musicians participated including our longtime friend, Andy Dye, who sang Today Has Been a Lonesome Day.
We also enjoyed accompanying singer and guitarist, Jim Curl, on Amie.
If you are not familiar with the Greater Ozarks Bluegrass Society, it is a Springfield, MO-based non-profit promoting Bluegrass music in the Ozarks. Meetings are the 2nd Friday night of every month at River Bluff Church in Ozark, MO. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you are a musician, or you simply enjoy listening to Bluegrass, we hope you will consider attending a meeting or joining GOBS.
Video/Photos by Casey & Kelly Freeland
Look for us at Red Gold Heritage Hall, Thursday and Friday, May 4-5th with shows at 2:15, 3:00, 3:45 and 4:30. Come for one show, or spend the afternoon. While you're there, pick up a copy of our brand new CD "Home", which we'll have available for the first time at this festival.
We hope to see you soon. If you're planning to stay in Branson awhile, be sure to check out all the bands scheduled at Silver Dollar City this month.
For more details about this and all our recordings, visit our online store.
An interview with David, as well as tablature for his guitar solo on In the Mountains, is available in this issue.