PBV offers live music on our stage seven days of the week. We're working on some gravelly blues, some original folk, covers with a twist, and our favorite rockabilly band, The Ramblers, at week's end. Veterans of 2017 may remember some awe-inspiring performances of the BluesEd youth. The BluesEd program is for talented kids--we would call them prodigies. The kids work with professional musicians to learn the ropes and nuances of stage performance. If you weren't looking at the stage, you would swear they were seasoned adult musicians. Yesterday, we spoke at length with Trudy, a parent and coordinator. There are six BluesEd bands, and we booked two of them for Our Week in the Corn. Stay tuned for more on Pork Entertainment and other exciting details later in the season.
We so appreciate hearing from our Porkers and seeing their photos of RAGBRAI and other cycling vacations to distant lands. Send 'em if you got 'em, and enjoy those that we've pasted in below.
Mud Season will soon be over and Actual Spring is on the way. During much of April, we will be on the road to seven more overnight towns, looking at campsites, meeting caterers, thanking volunteers, and getting excited. In all of our efforts, we have you in mind, Porkers, and we can't wait to welcome you to Iowa just a short season or two from now. A hundred and fourteen days, to be exact. Until next time, we remain,
Tammy and Pete