Joe Huber’s Family Farm and Restaurant Hosts Music and Magic Show

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Enjoy the great music of Ragamuffin Sons and be mystified by the illusions of David Sloan

By Elisabeth Scinta
Photos provided by Family farm and restaurant of Joe Huber and Tascha Sodan

Joe Huber’s family farm and restaurant is hosting a farm music and magic show with Ragamuffin Sons and David Sloan on July 16. The barn doors will open at 5 p.m., where attendees can enjoy the buffet dinner featuring delicious Southern comfort options before the show. begin.

The farm was purchased in 1926, and in 1983 the construction of the restaurant was completed. The farm and restaurant have been a staple of the Starlight community ever since. One might be familiar with the pumpkin patch and the iconic pumpkin butter, but not so familiar with the events they host throughout the year. The Music & Magic Show is one of many events they hold throughout the year and it’s a guaranteed good time. After indulging in delicious bites, stick around for the show to begin at 6 p.m.

Ragamuffin Sons, a local Christian rock band, will kick off the show with David Meek on vocals, rhythm guitar and keyboard, Brian Foster on lead guitar and vocals, Jim Dandy on rhythm guitar, Sam Montgomery on bass, Ron Powers on drums and backing vocals, and Patrick Perry on keyboards.

“Ragamuffin Sons is honored and thrilled to partner with Huber’s Farm Family to bring music back to the farm. We are delighted to share the evening with David Sloan Illusions. Prepare to be amazed, uplifted and well-nourished,” Meek said.

After their performance, local David Sloan, a Christian illusionist, will take the stage. Illusionists present a reality to the audience while hiding something in a way that makes the audience be surprised at what they see. You never know what trick Sloan has up his sleeves, so be sure to attend the event to see what he’s up to.

Brian L. Hartfield