Friends of the Quarry Chapel is holding a public concert Sunday, September 10th at 3:00pm. This concert is featuring If Ernest Tubb Could Sing.
IETCS is a three-member group inspired by the many streams of America’s rich musical traditions. Their repertoire spans classic country, rockabilly, early pop standards, contemporary singer-songwriter ballads, and Appalachian old-time stringband music. With musical roots in Ohio and Texas, the members have performed on college campuses and other venues throughout Ohio and beyond. Howard Sacks and David Suggs play guitar, Judy Sacks is on mandolin, and everybody sings.
The group’s name is a fond tribute to Ernest Tubb, country superstar of the mid-twentieth century.
Bring a lawn chair in the event that you cannot find seating in the chapel. This concert is free and open to the public with doors opening at 2:30.
Parking is available in the front and rear gravel parking lots.
You may park head in on the grass along Monroe Mills Road.
Please do not park along Quarry Chapel Road by the cemetery.