Directed by D. Scott Withers
L.M. and Jim run a filling station down Highway 57 in Grand Ole Opry country. Across the way is a diner operated by Rhetta and Prudie. You wouldn’t guess it, but these diamonds-in-the-rough can deliver a toe-tapping evening of country western songs on guitar, piano, bass, and even a kitchen utensil or two, including lively foot-stompers like “Farmer Tan” and “The Night Dolly Parton Was Almost Mine!” It’s a good, ol’ fashioned, “just for fun” time!
Fun, upbeat and charming – Gil Benbrook, Talkin' Broadway
An energetic, toe-tapping, heart-warming experience – Joe Gruberman, Splash Magazines
Giving local audiences a much needed oomph of spirit and delight – Herbert Paine, BroadwayWorld
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