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PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDSharon Reph of Walnutport brought her best friend “Patches” to enjoy the music at Blues Nite Out Aug. 25 at Union UCC grove, Neffs. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDSharon Reph of Walnutport brought her best friend “Patches” to enjoy the music at Blues Nite Out Aug. 25 at Union UCC grove, Neffs. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Not everyone was there to enjoy the music as proved by Hannah Papay, 5, of Palmerton. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Not everyone was there to enjoy the music as proved by Hannah Papay, 5, of Palmerton. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Hannah Papay’s 2-year-old sister, Jolene, also preferred the slide to the music. Hannah and Jolene were at the concert with their parents Michael and Clare Papay. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Hannah Papay’s 2-year-old sister, Jolene, also preferred the slide to the music. Hannah and Jolene were at the concert with their parents Michael and Clare Papay. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Sarah Ayers, James Supra and their ensemble entertain the crowd gathered at Blues Nite Out Aug. 25 at Union UCC Grove, Neffs. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Sarah Ayers, James Supra and their ensemble entertain the crowd gathered at Blues Nite Out Aug. 25 at Union UCC Grove, Neffs. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Michael Butler of Emmaus was enjoying the music of Sarah Ayers, James Supra and their ensemble at Blues Nite Out. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Michael Butler of Emmaus was enjoying the music of Sarah Ayers, James Supra and their ensemble at Blues Nite Out. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Lisa Webster of Kempton brought her friend “Willy Jake” along for Blues Nite Out Aug. 25 at Union UCC Grove, Neffs. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Lisa Webster of Kempton brought her friend “Willy Jake” along for Blues Nite Out Aug. 25 at Union UCC Grove, Neffs. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography

Sarah Ayers, James Supra entertain at Blue’s Night Out

Friday, September 7, 2018 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

Once again, Sarah Ayers and her musical ensemble performed for a very appreciative crowd Aug. 25 at the annual Blues Nite Out at the Neffs UCC Grove.

James Supra, award winning Lehigh Valley harmonica artist, a fixture with Sarah Ayers, was on target with his voice and harmonica.

Al Wannamaker was energetic on drums.

Mitch Shelly brought up the bottom with his exquisite bass, and Dave Smith rounded out the group on guitar.