September 2012

We finally did it! We made it to Idaho! That means we have now been to all 50 of the United States of America.   Did you know there are white pelicans in Idaho? We sure didn’t. The first morning we were there, we saw 2 huge white birds on the Snake River. At first it wasn’t obvious what kind of birds they were. Geese? Swans? And then they turned around and there was no mistaking the profile. They were pelicans! You just never know what you’re going to find unless you go and look.

Fall is nearly upon us, but there are still a few more festivals left. Last week we played at the Roots Festival in Fayetteville, AR. If you were there, you know how much fun it was. If you missed out, you can still hear our set online at Folk Alley.com.
It’s almost September and that means it’s time for Michael Hearne’s Big Barndance Festival out in Taos, NM. Great music, dancing, and the scenery is fabulous. This October we will return to The Red River Revel, a great festival in Shreveport, LA. In November we’ll be making our second appearance at the Eureka Springs Folk Festival in Arkansas. In checking our calendar, it looks like we’ll be visiting 10 different states between now and the end of the year. Come on out and see what you can find.

Troutfully yours,
Keith and Ezra

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One Response to September 2012

  1. Vickie Palmer says:

    Well I’ve been following you 2 since Houston and am on my what to the Revel to see you tonight…can’t wait…One of these times I’ll bring the ballet program and embarrass you again with the old picture…Love you guys..Vickie

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