September Update

September 2017 Update Hello All There – Before I launch into my appearance announcement, let me ask you to join me in praying for those individuals struck by hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana and lost most, if not all of their possessions, and in some cases lives. I’m also praying for those incredibly brave civilians and all nature of uniformed personnel who dared everything and sacrificed much – in at least one case as I write this, a life – in continuous, courageous efforts to perform rescue operations during this calamity. Recovery, as you know, will take considerable time, indeed. We also might consider helping any way we can. God bless them all. My September booking is at Kevin Barry’s, 117 River Street, Savannah, GA 31401 912-233-9626. I’ll be there Monday the 4th (Labor Day) through Sunday the 10th. Monday through Saturday, I go on at 8:00 PM. On Sunday, I go on following the open traditional session, which is more than ably hosted by the Savannah Ceilidh Band and runs from about 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. I hit the boards at about 8:45. I have copies of my latest book “Frank Tells Tales” available for purchase at the gig for $10. If you prefer, I can put a copy in the mail upon receipt of your check for $11.50. I’ll be happy to sign the book for you. You can send your check to me at: 790 E. Spiller Street Wytheville, Virginia 24382 As you know, it’s never too early to think of Christmas. Though I’m marking time about putting up my Christmas decorations so far this year, I do have copies of the CD “A Christmas Postcard”, which I recorded some years back with Carroll Brown and Harry O’Donoghue. It’s $10 as well at the gig. If you want it through the mail, it’ll be $11.50. If you want both through the mail, it’ll be just $21.50 for the two of them. I guess that’s about it for now, I hope you’re all well and that maybe you can stop by Kevin Barry’s while I’m there. We can share a few songs, stories and toasts. And drop a line or some such (Facebook, e-mail, etc) when you have the time. Join me in keeping those in harm’s way in your thoughts and prayers. All the best, Frank

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