Last year Coolidge Dam/San Carlos Lake (our source for water) did not have enough water because of the drought. Our alfalfa sustained itself on rain received in August, September and October. Thankfully these recent rains have created some runoff and our dam now has some water behind it. It is capable of holding 1.5 million acre feet. Today it has approximately 150,000 acre feet.
Our band name was created as a result of our recent appearance at the Casa Grande "Agri"-Country Bluegrass Festival and like most musical performers, we decided to produce a selection of songs to be available for sale after our performance. Over the years, we have been asked numerous times if we have recordings of the music we play at our farm tours. So finally, we have made this
Pinal County Fun This weekend (January 23, 24, 2016) Al has been recruited as the Master of Ceremonies for the outdoor stage at Pinal County's Agri-Country Bluegrass Festival (see Al in the center of photo above, with the autoharp). Bluegrass friend Bill Breen will be the M/C for the main stage indoors. There is a really great lineup of bands which will be appearing at both