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Polished Edge: ‘Lost Mule Band’ to perform Aug. 10 at Moondance

Polished Edge: ‘Lost Mule Band’ to perform Aug. 10 at Moondance
The “Lost Mule Band” performs during a previous concert on the outdoor stage at the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm.

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BOERNE -- The “Lost Mule Band” will perform at Moondance -- the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm’s family-friendly outdoor concert series -- from 7:30-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, at 140 City Park Road in Boerne.

Most of the six self-described “homegrown” musicians in the “Lost Mule Band” have been performing together for more than 25 years, playing traditional country, classic rock, blues, Texas swing, folk, and original tunes.

Band members include David Digby, vocals, acoustic guitar; Darin Digby, guitar, steel guitar; Will Digby, guitar; Jeff Duke, vocals, bass guitar; Phillip Duke, vocals, piano, and keyboard; and Mike Riordan, drums. David Digby and Jeff and Phillip Duke all sing solo as well as in two- and three-part harmonies.

Concert-goers may take picnics, lawn chairs and blankets, children, grandparents, and nice dogs on leashes. Dancing shoes are recommended. Wheelie Gourmet also will be on hand, selling Moroccan gourmet sandwiches from its colorful food truck.

Admission to Moondance will be $10, $7.50 for CNC members and $5 for those 65 and older, with kids 12 and under admitted free.

Proceeds from the concerts help support nature education and outreach programs at the CNC.

For more information, call 830-249-4616 or visit

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