Howdy from across the pond, where we're having the best time sharing our music with the lovely folks all over Ireland! The good folks at Bluegrass Today shared the second installment of our tour travelogue, and here's an excerpt:
On Sunday evening, we played the Red Room, a warm and welcoming music space in Cookstown. Our hosts, Arnie and Sharon, lovingly hand-built this beautiful, cozy venue for house concerts on their property. It was so cozy, in fact, that Wally quickly discovered he needed to remove his boots to gain fiddle bow clearance from the low ceiling! He played the majority of the set in his sock feet, garnering several laughs from the enthusiastic crowd.
It was a wonderful night, and we were thrilled to have another sold-out show! Here’s a video of one of Gary Alan Ferguson’s original tunes from the Red Room.
Read the whole article, along with all the other cool things happening in Bluegrass Today, right here!
Many thanks, as always, for following our adventures in Ireland and beyond. Remember, you can keep up with us on social media as well, at Facebook,Instagram, and Twitter . Last, but not least, don't forget to check the "tour" page here on the site, and we hope to see you at a show sometime soon!