Blissfield Bluegrass by the River

Hi Friends, 

Big thanks to all who showed up at the 4th annual Blissfield Bluegrass on the River last Saturday. Pretty successful turnout and a beautiful day.  It is great to see everyone out in their lawn chairs listening to the music and having fun.   

Merv killed it on 'Corn!'  But he usually does.   

Keep checking back to the website for additional shows that are continually being added. 

Thanks,

- Brad, Jason, Jerry, Merv, and Steve

Liberty Center Founder's Day Ice Cream Social, Sunday, June 22

There were a few upgrades from last year: a tent for the band and a sound system.   Attendance this year was up...word must have gotten out.  A pretty good crowd of folks listened from chairs set-up in the shade of a big maple tree across from the old restored train depot. The Wabash Cannonball used to run past this location, but today it was a good source for Bluegrass music and ice cream.  It seemed appropriate to play "Wabash Cannonball".

The weather was great - an occasional cool breeze as the sun was beginning to sink toward the west.  

Jason’s new son, Aidan, attended with mom, grandma, and grandpa in tow.   

It was extra terrific to see hear Jerry (ex-mayor  of Liberty Center)  take a break on the bass during  “Blue Suede Shoes.”   Contemplating the mystery of politics right now…

Thanks Liberty Center for another great, small town event! We hope to see everyone again next year!

Bridge County Bluegrass Band - Used Car Sale #2

Hello Bluegrass Fans,

The weather is getting warmer, the snow is melting, and Bridge County Bluegrass Band is pickin' at the indoor used car sale at Dunn Chevy Buick in Oregon, OH,  this Saturday, February 22nd, from 12 - 4 PM.  

The last time we played at Dunn, it was white-out, blizzard conditions. This Saturday looks like great weather, so get out of the house and have some food, music, and fun. 

 

-- Brad, Jason, Jerry, Merv, and Steve

Mayberry Day in Defiance, Ohio

We had a lot of fun performing for the Mayberry Day Celebration on Saturday night at the Glenn Park Assisted Living Facility in Defiance.  Thanks to everyone who came out to listen.  The fried chicken, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes and gravy, and homemade pies were a real treat.  There was some serious debate among the guys about which pie should have won first place in the pie contest: peach, apple, cherry, or blueberry.  It was great to see Aunt Bee, Barney Fife, Opie, and get our picture taken with Barney's patrol car (see Photos page).

 --Brad, Jason, Jerry, Merv, and Steve