Hitting the "Virtual" Church Circuit
Since Covid has closed most venues in which we would normally appear, we have been fortunate to have been given some 'virtual' opportunities. Nero's Fiddle was selected by the Lexington Theological Seminary to supply music for a 'zoom gathering' in mid-November. We had to learn a couple of new songs - which is never a bad thing - which were broadcast over a three day period. It was pretty cool.
We have also finished recording and 'shooting' several videos which will supply much of the music for Somerset Christian Church's presentation of "A Service of Nine Lessons and Carols." Somerset Christian is a small rural church in Montgomery Co. KY. (It looks like every single Bluegrass Gospel Album Cover you've ever seen.) The members of Nero's Fiddle are well-known to the Pastor, who asked us to supply much of the music for this production. Normally the church uses a local Dulcimer Club for this, but you know.....Covid. Anyway, we were real happy to help.
We hope to continue on this circuit but are also looking forward to playing again, this time for a two hour feature at the KY Music Hall of Fame and Museum. (More on that later)
Here's a little video of one of the songs from the Lessons and Carols service: