Dayton, Ohio-based singer-songwriter duo Raggedy Edge recently released their fourth CD, a 17-song album entitled "HAVE FOLK, WILL ROCK
." The collection continues the couple's talent for combining various styles of music: country, rock, folk, blues, adult contemporary and American standards. Live shows are filled with family-friendly fun, harmonies, musicianship, and creativity. Music lovers who seek positive, upbeat messages in their musical entertainment will get just that, plus lots of variety and surprises.
Get Raggedy Edge's newest family-friendly, upbeat jazzy folk, rock, country, blues and bluegrass album HAVE FOLK, WILL ROCK now from RaggedyEdge.Bandcamp.com
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Bob Farley and Lynn Perdzock have released their new CD, "HAVE FOLK, WILL ROCK
. Their most ambitious project to date, the album contains 17 songs, including nine new recordings and eight remixed versions of their 2017 digital EPs. From love songs (of course) to cautionary tales of planetary survival, the new collection delves deeper than ever before into their feelings for each other and the world around them.
Lynn's musical background began as a child when she learned to play guitar for church. Her musical tastes evolved, her song-writing matured, and soon enough she was sharing songs at local restaurants and upscale venues in her then-home states of Wyoming and Utah.
A chance encounter in 2011 brought her to an open mic show in Ohio, and that's where she met future husband Bob Farley.
Bob grew up with bluegrass, country, and rockabilly music. Various family members often brought their musical talents to visit his country home in southeastern Ohio. At the age of eight, he began plunking on a guitar. Through the years, he picked up some mandolin and fiddle, keyboards, and harmonica. Armed with a couple of looping and effects pedals, he can pretty much be a one-man band.
After taking a few years off from playing out, Bob was drawn to the coffee shops to play music. It was there he met the woman of his dreams, his future wife. (See above.) Soon, they began writing, singing and recording songs together, and that's where you'll find them today: on the Raggedy Edge between the music of the past and the future.