We Remain Hopeful In 2021

      It's been over a year since The China Virus or Covid 19 has caused Americans to restrict their travel, routines, and entertainment.  We hope that all of your  families and friends have remained safe through this once-in-a-lifetime ordeal,  and we send our deepest sympathies to those who may have lost a loved one.   

     With President Trump's "Operation Warp Speed" new vaccines have been tested at a very high rate of success ( as high as 90% or better at being effective ) and have been available to military, "emergency and first responders," police, fire personnel, doctors and nurses first,  then to senior citizens over 70 years old and others with extreme medical issues,  and then on to younger citizens.  As of this writing, over 70 million Americans have been vaccinated. 

    Nearly all of 2020 was cancelled for TFHTH,  but me and the guys are remaining positive that in 2021 we shall see businesses return to normal.  Restaurants, bars, and the various places where folks would gather more often and in greater numbers should make a huge come back as the vaccine puts this virus to rest.  We're looking forward to the day when we can get back to some sense of "normal" without the masks and social distancing.  

    Please continue to be safe and use common sense by washing your hands often especially after

activities or errands.  And I would say the face masks will still be required if your in any public facility or where you might have close contact.  At least until the number of cases drop substantially. 


    Thanks for being our fans and friends. 

    Come and see us at the St George Arts Festival on Friday - April 2  - 2 PM  - West Stage

    We can't wait to get out "On The Road Again."    

   Rich,  Jim,  Dutch  &  Kevin . . . The Fabulous Honky Tonk Heroes