Goldie Oldies band Rural Appetite perform at the Red Chevron Club in Guelph.
“Rural Appetite is a good mainstream country band. Ephraim Frey, he’s a mainstream country band. Traditionally Wound, the start out band, is a six-piece bluegrass band. I know some of the guys in that and I’m told they’re a great bluegrass band. Earl Fries and the Chaparrals are always popular. Earl is not quite as old as my dad, but he’s getting up there and he’s been around with his various members of his family for years. Back in the ‘80s and ‘70s he was one of the most popular country bands around. The Muir Family, they’re country music, they’ve been here before. Darin Parise and Al Widmeyer, those are both local musicians, very talented. They all have their followings,” – Lynn Russworm