Ragged Road will be the last barn concert of the season at Cornell Farms on Wednesday, Sept. 4 beginning at 7:30 p.m.
At the beginning of their career, Ragged Road is one band to watch in the next few years.
Their day jobs might be math teacher, maintenance manager, map-maker, lawyer and public relations expert, but their musical abilities are undeniable.
As the headliner at Dryden's Canada Day celebrations and a current nominee for the Sunset Country Spotlight Award, their future looks bright.
The talent of Ragged Road's musicians was also recognized by musician and sound engineer Joel Lightman, of Great Canadian Dueling Pianos, who mixed and mastered their first CD.
His playful keyboard tracks round out the band's sound.
At this last concert of the season at Cornell Farms, you will hear rock, indie, country, metal, bluegrass and folk music influences in their original tunes.
This will be a fun concert by an up-and-coming band from Dryden.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
They are available from the Fort Frances Public Library, Tompkins' Hardware, Cornell Farms and electronically at Eventbrite.ca.
Details at www.cornellfarms.ca