Letters to the Editor 

Jimbo Or No Go

I have lived in Charleston for over 10 years, and have spent many enjoyable nights at the Music Farm over that time ("A New Farm Team," Sept. 26). I was shocked and disappointed when I heard that the club was closing, but then extremely excited to hear that it had been bought once again and would re-open soon. I really appreciated your article interviewing the new Farm owners and was excited to hear of their renovation plans. It was also very nice to see mention made of Jimbo, the Farm's longtime manager. However, there was no mention of the new owners intentions regarding Jimbo's future with the club. We Farm fans have had to endure a lot in years past, and many of these issues were addressed in your article. The one constant bright spot, and the main reason that many of my friends and I continued to frequent the club was as a direct result of the professionalism and courtesy of Jimbo. To put it bluntly, Jimbo is the Music Farm. Without him, they might as well change the name. I know that many Charleston music fans would like the City Paper to get to the bottom of this and let its reader know something.

Christina Moore
Charleston


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