Brent, Joaquina, and Brianna took us to Ramsey's in Lexington for a delicious dinner and then to the Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour, also in Lexington. What a fun night we had! Woodsongs is all about acoustic folk music and once they go HD they will have a larger audience than Austin City Limits. You can find them on Public TV and subscribe to the free podcast. They need a lot of money to get the equipment for HD and you can contribute on their web site. http://www.woodsongs.com/
Michael Jonathon is a folk singer and a tree hugger and the man who runs this show, a show put on almost entirely by volunteers. Even the guest performers are volunteers.
We volunteered too. We clapped when the applause sign came on and even re-applauded one time when something got messed up and had to be redone.
The show is in a beautiful old theater. These photos were taken in the lobby after the show and before we laughed ourselves silly telling family stories on the way home. We stopped at Culvers for ice cream when we returned to Richmond ending a perfect evening.