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MONROE THEATRE NEWS

The old show business cliché, “The show must go on,” was certainly successfully proven with the last-minute help of bluegrass band Bugs & Company, filling in for the scheduled performers, Saturday, March 7 as the Monroe Theatre kicked off its 2020 season. Due to illness, scheduled opener Wildheart had to postpone its performance. After several phone calls in search of a band, various band members from Shortline Junction, Backwoods Boogiegrass and Jessica Jo Schoonover Anderson organized as Bugs & Company to come to the Theatre’s rescue. All of these bands have previously performed at the Monroe Theatre. The improvisational performance displayed incredible talent.

Switzer & Area News

Terri and I traveled to Cleveland for my check up (which was fine). On our way up, we stopped in Canton and met with our cousins, Samantha Meyer, Fred Gallagher, Carol Self and her daughter, Chrissy McCoy, for dinner at Texas Roadhouse.

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Monroe Theatre News

The old show business cliché, “The show must go on,” was certainly successfully proven with the last-minute help of bluegrass band Bugs & Company, filling in for the scheduled performers, Satur

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