While some of our friends are posting photo's of their
(outdoor!) tropical plants on Facebook, others are huddled next to their fires and putting off shoveling the front walk.
Just like the climates we choose to live in, we all have different shopping preferences - so whether you like to brave the
crowds or shop from the convenience of your private computer - we would like to encourage you to support small businesses
not just today but throughout this holiday season.
The gift of music is always a winner, so just for folks
on our mailing list here's a gift for you! A FREE
download of the title track to our new Christmas CD "Spending Every Christmas With You"! You can download it at:
Here's a fun article about the new CD that showed up in Bluegrass Today:
All FIVE of our CD's
are available for purchase (both hard copy and download) through CD Baby at:
We've got some Christmas shows coming up that we hope to see you at if you live near where we'll be appearing. We're
also in the process of booking a 2014 Christmas tour with our friend Brian Oberlin, so if you'd like to see us in your town,
be sure to let us know!
We wish you all a lovely December and thank you for sharing the gift of music!
Tim, Tom and Dennis
Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising
The board has decided to take July and August of 2013
off, we have been here for 8 years never taking time off and since these two months are low count on fans we feel it is time
to take some time for our families. This last year the count has been down and we know we have booked very good talent so
if you have any suggestions to help please get in touch with one of us. Our emails are on the opry board page. Thanks.
|we were in the Eugene Magazine
Hi, We are very proud to tell you we are in the Eugene Magazine page 22 in the winter 2008-09 issue. This
is a great magazine telling what is going on around town and we got to be part of it. Here is just a little of what
they say. Thanks guys...Opry board
For more that four years,
the nonprofit Emerald Valley Opry has staged monthly shindigs showcasting the many varied strains of country music. Most EVO
performers are local folks, but the Opry also draws from across the western states. A night at the Opry tends to reflect the
organizers'unabashed celcbration of friendship, family and the joys of traditional American music.And almost always, Opry
music is dished up hot and sweet.