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July 31, 2016

Coming Attractions

Hello again to all our good friends,

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BOB                                DEAN                                  TOD

We had a splendid evening performing at the Foothill Concert Series and made some great new friends who were very enthusiastic about our performance.  We also had the wonderful opportunity after the show to meet and talk with many of them.  Good times abound with an invite to return for next years concert series.

COMING UP SOON

 

On Saturday, August 20, we will return to Mission Coffee Roasting, 151 Washington Blvd., Fremont.  This is a comfortable, charming and relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy an early sandwich and show.  SHOW TIME is 7PM, Admission is $15.  Tickets at the door.  Come early because there is limited seating.   For more info on menus and directions, please go to www.fremontcoffee.com .  For more information on the Mission Coffee Concert Series, please go to www.BraskHouseConcerts.com

We’ll look forward to seeing you and having a rip roaring good time.

 
In October we are truly excited to be a part of the fine entertainment lineup at the Fire House Arts Center in Pleasanton.  We are very much looking forward to performing at this fabulous new venue for us.  We are certain you will love it’s exceptional atmosphere for live entertainment.  We’re doing a special Sunday matinee that we know you will enjoy.  We are gearing up to have an all out, no holds barred raucous good time.  We sincerely hope you can join us and help make it a great afternoon of sharing the music we love with a generous serving of absolute pure nonsense.  We finally got the go-ahead that the event is posted on their website for all to visit and get tickets. See below.  

 

DATE:  Sunday, October 23

 

WHERE:  Fire House Arts Center,  4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton

 

SHOW TIME:  2 PM

 

ADMISSION:  All reserved seating.  For tickets, please go on line to http://www.firehousearts.org/events/?pno=2 ,or call Box Office 925 931-4848, Box Office hrs. Wed. – Fri. 12 – 6 PM, Sat. 10 – 4 PM and 2 hrs before each performance. 

 

 

DATE:  Saturday, October 29

WHERE:  Rossmoor, Walnut Creek  (private party)

Down the road
SAT, NOV 26 SUNNYVALE COMMUNITY THEATER, 550 E. Remington Dr., Sunnyvale.  Show time: 8 PM
More info to come later.

 

 

 

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June 18, 2016

THE “BIGGEST LITTLE SHOW” IN RENO

Hello friends,

CLT El Dorado Resort, Reno

El Dorado Show, Reno Photo by Gail Wherritt

We had an absolutely magnificent show and tons of fun at the El Dorado Resort Casino in Reno last week.  We saw lots of old friends from our college years at University of Nevada, Reno and a whole bunch of Bay Area friends who made the trek through the Valley and over the hill.  It was a spectacular evening for us that we’ll remember for many years to come.  Our special guests were our bass player Mike’s two sons Bill and Scott, who absolutely brought the house down with their supreme talents and musicianship.  WE WAS ALL HAVIN’ A REALLY GOOD TIME!!!!  A big thank you to all who supported this momentous undertaking for our little group.  We love ya!!

Coming up soon, we will be returning to the Occidental center for the Arts on Sunday, July 10.  This is a quaint, relaxed and spacious venue in the beautiful community of Occidental  that we really enjoyed last year.  After that show, we and many attendees went down the street to a popular restaurant at the Union Hotel for a fabulous dinner.  It was a crazy and delicious evening.  We hope our friends in the North Bay can join us for another fun filled evening of the music we love to sing and a lot of goofing around.
DATE:  SUNDAY, JULY 10 OCCIDENTAL CENTER FOR THE ARTS

WHERE
:  3850 Doris Murphy Ct., Occidental
SHOW TIME
:   4  PM
ADMISSION:  $ 20  For tickets go on line to
http://www.occidentalcenterforthearts.org/county-line-trio-salute-to-the-kingston-trio/ .  Tickets also available at the door.DATE:  SATURDAY, JULY 16  PRIVATE PARTY IN CUPERTINO

DATE:  SATURDAY, JULY 23  FOOTHILL COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES
WHERE
Foothill Presbyterian Church, 5301 McKee Rd., San Jose
SHOW TIME:  7 PM
ADMISSION:  $ 20  Tickets available at the door and will soon be listed on their website:  www.foothillcommunityconcertseries.org
This is a new venue for us and is a magnificent room for producing a great show.  We’re very excited to be a part of their fine entertainment lineup this year and look forward to returning to the South Bay to see some old friends.  We hope you can join us to help make our maiden voyage here a big success.  Please pass on the word to friends who might enjoy the music from the Folk Era and a glorious helping laughter and fun.

FUTURE PERFORMANCES:

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20  MISSION COFFEE ROASTING, 151 Washington Blvd., Fremont.  Show time: 7 PM, Admission: $15 Tickets available at the door.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29  ROSSMOOR, Walnut Creek   PRIVATE PARTY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23  FIREHOUSE ARTS CENTER, 4444 Railroad Avenue, Pleasanton  2 PM show time. More info on tickets to come as date nears.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26  SUNNYVALE COMMUNITY THEATER, 550 E. Remington Dr., Sunnyvale

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3  LINDSAY COMMUNITY THEATER, 190 N. Elwood Ave., Lindsay, CA

For more info please visit our website:  www.countylinetrio.com 

 

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May 6, 2016

IT’S BEEN A SONGFEST THIS SPRING…..Music and CD/DVD plans moving closer to the finish line

It’s been a fun Spring with our performances, music rehearsals, doing studio recordings/mixes (prepping for a new CD/DVD)  in between watching the Sharks and Warriors doing their thing in the Playoffs while the SF Giants baseball season got underway.   We had such a fun time, as always, at our favorite venue, Angelica’s Historical Dinner Theater in downtown Redwood City in April.   This  has become  our Home Base….with a warm and intimate ambience,  super sound system, ( great sound engineer, Randy) and all the special people working the restaraunt and bar…..some commenting, ” we’re their favorite group to listen to while they work”.  We performed for a lot of familiar friends and lots of new

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Angelica’s  Dinner Theater            Photo courtesy of Kevin Lawrence

friendly faces……including a fun group of Sorority sisters in the front row laughing, partying it up and later offering us a job for a Woman’s International Convention featuring Will Durst for early next year……and afterwards, to top off the fun time, a couple came up to the stage after our show to let us know how much they enjoyed the evening and that they came in for our show after hearing us for the “first time” while walking down Main Street earlier during our sound check…..we should open the doors and windows during our sound checks more often.

 

What a great time out in Santa Rosa, also in April…. a first time concert at the Berger Center at the Oakmont Village.  It was a sell out (also, a waiting list) of 2oo plus satisfied folks giving us a standing ovation/encore at the end of the show with an invite from the promoters for a return engagement.  The ambiance, stage setting, Green Room, treats and beverages, special attention, etc. were wonderful.

Our May and June calendars are filled with rehearsal sessions, recording dates, studio mixing/mastering for our new  CD/DVD…..of our live performance at the 2015 Bear Valley Music Festival concert last July.  In between the recording sessions during May we’ve been having a lot of fun rehearsing for our upcoming June 11 performance at the El Dorado Resort and Casino in Reno…..our first show in the “Biggest Little City”.  Our first ever show in Reno should be a fun time and a full house with all the early show reservations coming in from Bud and Tod’s SAE Fraternity bros.

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March 11, 2016

Another sold out performance at Pacifica…..Thanks Mildred Owen’s concert goers

Thanks to all who attended our performance at the Mildred Owens Concert Hall in Pacifica.  A fun time was had by all, especially us.  It was truly a special evening with the appearance of long time friends and talented musicians, Bill  Sanders (our bass player, Mike’s, son) on the banjo and Bert Johnson, formerly with the Touch of Grass, on the mandolin…….they brought the house down with their solo instrument breaks and closing vocals.  A big thanks, also goes out to Morning and Lee and all the other volunteers who made the evening a big success , especially the expert sound technicians, Tom and Rick.  We’re already looking forward to a return engagement.  Thanks again to all who made this happen. 

If anyone took pics with their smart phones/ camera, especially pics with both Bill and Bert performing with us, please send them to our website email (Contact Page), we’d love to post them on our web site Gallery Page.

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