Audience members danced to the band's unique blend of traditional folk and rock. The Jones brothers, Tyler and Cody, front the band with lead vocals, flat top guitar, mandolin and harmonica. Their rhythm section, double bassist Chris Miles and drummer Donny Marling provide the brothers a great bed to jump up and down on!
If you haven't seen Jones and Miles yet, it is worth the effort. They play all over New Mexico.
MAMA HOTTIE AND THE STERILIZERS present Hoot 'N Shenanigans this Saturday night.
Stink Bug, Aurora Borealis and Leff Hook Smiff are upstairs making a lot of noise. They must be up to their usual shenanigans!
So why not call this concert Hoot 'N Shenanigans?
Last year's Jade Bracelet (a murder mystery concert) is a hard act to follow. So Mama Hottie decided to just throw a party.
She's got the Sterilizers rehearsing music, poetry readings, stupid magic, and a special appearance of some of the area's younger musicians. Audience enjoyment and participation are a must.
Join Mama Hottie and the Sterilizers for a bluegrass mountain music jamboree on Saturday, July 26 at the Old Mill Summer Concert Series 2014. The show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce, Coyote Howling Shop for a Cause, Josie's Framery and Mountain Annie's. As always, parking is available across Sudderth at Radio Shack.
Lyn Kidder will be on hand from 5 to 7 p.m. to sign copies of her latest book, Images of America, Ruidoso, The Carmon Phillips Collection. Also, local artist Kody Taylor will be exhibiting her artwork for the book signing, concert and show.
Tickets are $20, with $5 from each sale going to Feed My Starving Children (that's 22 meals per ticket!).
Coming up in August: Cowgirl meets hippie with Gleewood on the August 16. On September 6, the series will close with a Gwendolyn Watson cd release / multimedia party.