Two special concerts at the Hideaway Farm, on September 14 and 15, will be TEXAS FLOODING BENEFIT CONCERTS. Normal ticket prices apply, but all the money will be donated to the Salvation Army for Harvey Hurricane Victims.
The concert for September 14 will feature two fantastic bluegrass bands.
Remington Ryde has been together for 12 years. The band has been performing over 100 shows each year all throughout the United States and Canada. The band’s distinct sound and old-time flair can be attributed to the bluegrass-rich are of Pennsylvania from which they hail and borrow their name.
“Mean Mary from Alabam” learned to read music before she could read words and was an official singer/songwriter before she’d started her first day of kindergarten.
She recorded her first album at age six, and homeschooled to be able to keep up with her music study schedule. She grew up touring and performing across the country.
This award winning artist brings a lifetime of singing and writing experience onto the stage with her, sharing pain and triumph through her songs.
We are honored to introduce these two groups to our Main Stage at the Hideaway Farm. And we know that you will have a wonderful, entertaining night when you join us.
You can see more about them at their websites:
www.remingtonryde.com and www.meanmary.com
Food will be available for purchase before the concert; doors will open at 5:30pm