Wednesday, July 06, 2005
PODCAST: Farm Out
The Wading Girl's Sarah Harrison and her parents
Usually, when you want to quit rocking and rolling around the house, your folks are all for it. Sarah Garrison's parents don't want her to stop.
She had run Farm Out — her way of providing Roanoke's regional bands with a place to play — for two summers and had had enough. But her father, Jim Garrison, had grown to love the event. Her mother, Pat, loved it, too.
Sarah, of The Wading Girl, and her parents join us on the podcast to talk about this year's version, set for July 16 at their family farm, and play some tunes you might here that day, if you go. Pat and Jim say you'll have a great time.
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Host: Tad Dickens
Producer: Seth M. Gitner