Entertainment
last update 04302019

Marina Myers, Centerburg's own classically trained pianist, is a native of Russia. She married Greg Myers of Centerburg and has been enthusiastically participating in community events ever since. Last year she was joined by Susie Oswalt, local choir director, who led the crowd in an "oldies sing-along" with music going back to the '40's and '50's. Marina's current day job is accompanying seven Gahanna High School choirs. If you love good piano, you won't want to miss Marina.
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Questions can be directed to Mack Shepard: 740-230-8698
2019
The Oldtime Farming Festival
Country Strings is an old-time band based out of central Eastern Indiana and Western Ohio. They specialize is a wide variety of acoustic music played on traditional instruments. You'll find them playing for dulcimer-based music festivals, historical events, church programs, retirement centers, nursing homes, and for those folks who appreciate acoustic traditional, old-time, Gospel, and dulcimer music.
Barefoot McCoy is an American singer-songwriter and musician based in Ohio. His music is characterized by his poetic lyrics and distinctive instrumental work on the guitar, piano and banjo. Barefoot's genre is a unique blend of folk rock and singer-songwriter that evokes memory of yesterday and sparks hope for tomorrow.
Jake was given the name "Barefoot" as an Indian name by his Kentucky friends, Rainwater (Cherokee) and Gail Roe.
Since 2015, Barefoot has performed over 800 shows in Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Indiana, New Mexico and California. In 2017 he released his fourth studio album, Back to Virginia.
The Oolong Gurus are an original songwriter ensemble started by Brad Williams with his son Aaron in 2009. The group has just released theri 4th album "The Big Plate Dinner". The music is a fascinating mixture of Rock, County, Bluegrass, and Blues that has received excellent reviews and resulted in performances on national radio and television. The group has toured the eastern United States extensively and never fails to receive great reviews and return engagements.
The Spangler Sisters with the Country Travelers is a group centered around two sisters. They specialize in country and gospel music, performing at numerous festivals, fairs and churches.
The Buckeye Country Cloggers are a clogging group founded by Paul and Ruth Williams, currently being let by Brian Dion. They perform at fairs, festivals, nursing homes and private events.
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