"I have great appreciation for Henri DeChamps and the staff of the Mast Farm Inn for making available the opportunity to aspiring young artists of working one on one with music veterans Ronnie Bowman and Dan Tyminski. Sunday evening's performance by the two was just outstanding. An intimate setting in a small historical church building provided the 50 or so folks who were fortunate enough to be in attendance, an up close look at these two wildly talented individuals. From songs that each were known for to collaborations on Lonesome River Band material from when they were band mates, they presented each song with great passion. And the applause from the audience after each number told me that every one there would not have chosen to be any where else at that particular time, but in front of Bowman and Tyminski - soaking in every ounce of entertainment they were putting out there!"
Darin & Brooke Aldridge also attended the event. Darin said that Dan Tyminski started off singing a few songs from his storied career including "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow," his history making song from O Brother, Where Art Thou? Ronnie Bowman offered his hit song for Brooks & Dunn, "Gettin' Better All the Time" as well as "Three Rusty Nails" by request and "Here I Am" his wonderful song about evil loose in the world. Together they sang some of their great LRB songs like "Long Gone" and "Got the Hobo Blues." Darin remarked on the relaxed environment of the two men sitting in chairs and building a performance together lasting something over an hour. The sound was excellent, so good in fact that the electronic amplification was nearly superfluous. He noted, too, that Henri Deschamps, owner of the Mast Farm Inn made an effective presentation introducing the concept of the artist in residence program and the present singer/songwriter event.