A good September

It has been a good year so far, and this month has given us lots to be thankful for, and more coming up.

Our end-of-the-month show at The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek this Friday should really be memorable, and we hope in a good way! We’ve been working with our bassist and drummer, and have a nice collection of songs to play. We’ll get to get together with them again in November at a new place for us, the Whistle Stop Opry in Xenia. Like many of the Opry stages around, it leans toward the bluegrass band, and lucky for us we have some bluegrass in our repertoire, but regular readers know to expect all sorts of good, listenable music from a Raggedy Edge concert, and we plan to keep with that ideal.

October 7, the duo will be at Harmony Hills Vineyard near Bethel, Ohio, and really picturesque local winery with an outdoor stage (as well as a huge covered (and potentially heated) patio area) and a very good sound system. The owner/operator is a musician, which is also the case with the Whistle Stop Opry, so we like coming to these places for the good sound it gives us.

And speaking of good sounds, keep thinking good thoughts about yourself and your friends and those closest to you. Might as well, huh?

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Got to remember to snap more pictures

That headline just about says it all. We had nice crowds at our hometown Centerville-Washington Township Americana Festival held on July 4 every year. And our Little Big Band show in Monroe was held in a huge activities building with at least 20 tables of five or six people.

So yes, we have to do a better job of photographing and counting crowds at our shows.