David Starr and Roy Martin gave the opening concert for the Chapel of the Cross concert season on Sunday.
Their ideally-blended voices and acoustic guitars in the unique setting of the chapel gave the audience an experience like being very comfortable in a favorite place – a happy favorite place.
Their music was a mellow and engaging blend of country and popular styles with the distinct rhythm in blues flavor that lends their distinctive honest and worldly reality to songs about family, feelings and love.
And what would a David Starr–Roy Martin Chapel performance be without Home-Grown Tomatoes? That Guy Clark favorite number of local audiences about the joys of true love and home-grown tomatoes was on the chapel concert play list: "Eat 'em with eggs, eat 'em with gravy; Eat 'em with beans, pinto or navy. Only two things that money can't buy and that's true love and home-grown tomatoes."
The Chapel concert series will provide music lovers with 25 performances this season. Sundays at 2 p.m. and Thursdays at 7 p.m. are the dates to mark on the calendar with the final performance set for Thursday, Aug. 29.blog comments powered by Disqus