A good crowd was on hand, considering 90-degree temperatures throughout the day, for the annual visit from Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers to the Preble County Historical Society’s Amphitheater. The well-known blue grass band entertained the crowd on Sunday, July 24, along with The Worley Boys. Both bands have members with local ties to the Preble County area. The show was the first of three to be hosted by the PCHS. On Saturday, Aug. 13, Scotty Bratcher will bring his heavy guitar rock and blues sound to the stage. That show will begin at 8 p.m. Bauner Chafin will open the evening. Both are local talents. On Saturday, Aug. 24, classic rock music from The Growlers will kick things off, following by more rock and blues tunes from Jay Jesse Johnson and Angela Combs. Local performer Ciera Flory will perform an acoustic set between these performances.


Deron Newman | For The Register-Herald

A good crowd was on hand, considering 90-degree temperatures throughout the day, for the annual visit from Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers to the Preble County Historical Society’s Amphitheater. The well-known blue grass band entertained the crowd on Sunday, July 24, along with The Worley Boys. Both bands have members with local ties to the Preble County area. The show was the first of three to be hosted by the PCHS. On Saturday, Aug. 13, Scotty Bratcher will bring his heavy guitar rock and blues sound to the stage. That show will begin at 8 p.m. Bauner Chafin will open the evening. Both are local talents. On Saturday, Aug. 24, classic rock music from The Growlers will kick things off, following by more rock and blues tunes from Jay Jesse Johnson and Angela Combs. Local performer Ciera Flory will perform an acoustic set between these performances.

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A good crowd was on hand, considering 90-degree temperatures throughout the day, for the annual visit from Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers to the Preble County Historical Society’s Amphitheater. The well-known blue grass band entertained the crowd on Sunday, July 24, along with The Worley Boys. Both bands have members with local ties to the Preble County area. The show was the first of three to be hosted by the PCHS. On Saturday, Aug. 13, Scotty Bratcher will bring his heavy guitar rock and blues sound to the stage. That show will begin at 8 p.m. Bauner Chafin will open the evening. Both are local talents. On Saturday, Aug. 24, classic rock music from The Growlers will kick things off, following by more rock and blues tunes from Jay Jesse Johnson and Angela Combs. Local performer Ciera Flory will perform an acoustic set between these performances.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/07/web1_WORLEY-4.jpgA good crowd was on hand, considering 90-degree temperatures throughout the day, for the annual visit from Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers to the Preble County Historical Society’s Amphitheater. The well-known blue grass band entertained the crowd on Sunday, July 24, along with The Worley Boys. Both bands have members with local ties to the Preble County area. The show was the first of three to be hosted by the PCHS. On Saturday, Aug. 13, Scotty Bratcher will bring his heavy guitar rock and blues sound to the stage. That show will begin at 8 p.m. Bauner Chafin will open the evening. Both are local talents. On Saturday, Aug. 24, classic rock music from The Growlers will kick things off, following by more rock and blues tunes from Jay Jesse Johnson and Angela Combs. Local performer Ciera Flory will perform an acoustic set between these performances. Deron Newman | For The Register-Herald