Curtis Teague and Loretta Simonet's lives have been in marital harmony for the past 30 years, and they've been making musical harmonies for the past 40 years. Curtis has roots south of Dallas, and the pair loves to visit Texas when they're away from their home in Minnesota.
While visiting family in Ft. Worth, Curtis and Loretta spoke with Notably Texan ahead of their house concert performance at Harmony House in Ravenna on October 15. Matt asked them about the instrumentation they use, their recent brush with Garrison Keillor, and you'll hear about the concept behind the album When There's Good To Be Done.
See more about the folk duo at their website. Listen to Notably Texan weekdays from 11am to 2pm to hear the music of Texas, and discussions with the people behind the sounds.