These Are Our Friends
Tellico Plains, TN Info - Tellico Plains, TN. This is our town now. We're blessed to be here..:)
Outpost Pavilion - These are some of our friends in Tellico Plains. Stop in at the Outpost and find friendly faces and a variety of food. The Outpost is a gathering place and we play music here a couple of times a week.
Wood-N-Strings - Townsend, Tennessee - Mike Clemmer and his wife Connie run this special and unique store selling mountain dulcimers and other traditional mountain istruments. They also sell the Rainsong Guitar we use in our shows. They are good, good people and friends.
Lost Mill String Band - We met Jerry and Joan Paul outside the Alewine Pottery store on the Artist Loop Road just outside of Gatlinburg. They are based out of East Tennessee, and proudly represent the unique “American Roots” string band music of the great Appalachian mountain culture. They play most days at the Alewine Pottery, but they can be found at festivals and other venues too. Be sure to check out their calendar if you are going to be in East Tennessee.
Cross Brand Cowboy Church- We are very much a part of Cross Brand Cowboy Church. We meet on Thursday nights at Williston Horseman's Park south of Williston, Florida off of Highway 41. Come worship, celebrate and fellowship with us and the gang! And of course there is a lot of singin'!
BluegrassGospelSing.com - Visit Mike and Mary Robinson and learn about their Christian ministry to the bluegrass community up and down the eastern coast. Look them up in person at most bluegrass festivals. They will be leading a gospel sing and jam on Sunday mornings, and in many cases, Mike will be emcee at the show.
Horses Helping People - These people do some great work with kids and horses.
Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Kamp - This is an amazing, 2 week-long music camp. We've attended every year since 2007. If you've ever wanted to learn an instrument, or play the one you have little better, or just visit with a group of people from all over the world, consider experiencing this place for yourself. Kampers are identifiable by our silly grins. Just ask (me - Diana) about Kamp if you want to see that silly grin for yourself.
Disciples Cross - Make these wonderful horseshoe nail crosses for fun and profit.