About The Family
This will be our 15th year at the Kentucky Jamboree, and our 44rst year performing all over this
wonderful and blessed country of ours. We have had so many folks share with our family how much
we mean to them in many different ways and this means so much to us. From our family to yours we
want to say how special you are to us. There have been so many times that we have had a need
physically, financially, spiritually, and you have been there for us. From the cards you send us to the
times you have been with us through those crazy nights tearing down our tent after our show until 2AM
driving through the morning hours until 9AM then taking 6 hours to set back up to be ready for a show
that afternoon. Awesome times... When you come to the Kentucky Jamboree we will share some of
these experiences with you throughout the show.
Sometimes we take for granted how much of this country we have seen and experienced from the
mountains of Colorado to the mountains of New York, the valleys of northern Nevada to the plains of
Texas, the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico, and the Pacific Ocean to the Great Lakes, from the
Hoover Dam and Lake Meade to the lights of Las Vegas. Wow! Sometimes it is hard to take it all in.
The first five or six years of traveling we used to run all night long to get to our next show mostly
because of the lack of air conditioning and more importantly the lack of good tires on all of the
equipment we used to drive. Five buses and two tractor trailers - what an amazing site seeing us
coming down the road. The fuel stops surely loved us. Well, when you come over to our house (the
theatre), say hello to mom, Mary Ruth; son, Mark; wife, Sharron; and grandchildren; Andrew, Michael,
and Samantha and our good friends Dave Sherman and Paul Sims.
We will "See ya there".