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We are so looking forward to The Great Blue Heron in Sherman, New York this weekend!!! And we are excited to have two special guests!

Raymond Bruckman will be joining us on mandolin for both of our sets. Grand Ole Ditch is off this weekend and Ray wanted to pick some tunes with us. Also, we are stoked to have Rachel Eddy playing and singing with us for a portion of the late night set on Friday! It’s always a treat to hear The Sisters Eddy sing together.

Happy Heron, everyone!!! Tons of great bands to see at this one–Donna the Buffalo, Driftwood, The Tiger Maple String Band, Stewed Mulligan and many, many more!

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Thanks to all who came out to hear us at the Boulevard Tavern in Charleston, WV on Friday night! We had a great time playing for you all. We’ll be back around; keep checking our tour schedule.

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Thursday: The Gateway Clipper, Pittsburgh, PA. 6:30 pm.

Friday: The Boulevard Tavern, Charleston, WV, with special guest, That High Country Revival. 10 pm.

Saturday: Wedding, Athens, OH.

Sunday: South Shore Riverfront Park, Pittsburgh, PA. 2 pm.

FunkNWafflesComing up this week, we have three shows in two days in New York’s beautiful Finger Lakes region.

Wednesday, June 17:

We are playing at the Abilene Bar and Lounge, a well known venue for great food, great beer, and plenty of live music in downtown Rochester, NY. Show starts at 8:30 on Wednesday evening.

Thursday, June 18:

If you’re in the Ithaca area, come out and catch our Thursday afternoon show at Sunny Days, 123 Cayuga Street, at 2 p.m. On Thursday evening, we will be appearing at Funk-N-Waffles in downtown Syracuse, with special guests Chris James and Mama G Band.

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BarinAshvilleWhat a great time we’ve had these past couple of days in North Carolina. You made us feel so welcome at our shows at Jack of the Woods in Asheville and Thomas Street Tavern in Charlotte! Along the way we got to sing about the blue ridge mountains, see the house where Jimmy Rodgers, the “Singing Brakeman,” lived, and drive through town where Earl Scruggs was born. Thank you, North Carolina, and we hope to be back soon!