Friday, October 06, 2017

Small town festivals

Playing festivals is the best part of being a singer/songwriter. Tonight we played the Frog Level Festival in Fayette, Alabama.

Fayette is a town situated not far from Mississippi. The city is doing a lot of things right. They have old buildings that they've restored.  I see improvement in the downtown area every time I visit.

After we played our set, we sat on a bench not far from the stage and had shrimp Po' Boys. Our friend Fred went with us so he could keep an eye on the sound crew, but this time he didn't have to. They were a great crew.

We have another festival tomorrow closer to home so this will be a short post.  Do yourself a favor and go to a small town harvest festival. The food alone is worth the trip.


  1. Goodness your spammer is persistent.
    I do love small festivals - and glad that you had fun.

  2. I hope you have a great time with this one too.
    Hugs, Julia

  3. What a great picture ! I do love seeing the great smiles. I do love festivals and go when I can. The food is always good for sure ! Hope your festival today is great too!

  4. Anonymous12:51 PM

    I wish there were some in my neck of the woods (which are paved, too)!!

  5. I haven't been to a small-town festival in years. They are such fun. It's so hot and humid here that I hardly want to leave the house. I would go to a festival to hear you and Jilda play if it weren't such a long drive.


  6. I know you guys get a kick out of performing. No doubt the folks at the festival did to. Yep I love the small community festivals when we have a chance to visit.

  7. Been a long time since walking through a small town festival. Have a great time tomorrow.


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