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Featured entertainment at the Schuylkill County Fair

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Monday, August 1: Another aspect

Classic rock’n’rolls as you remember it and wants it from a locally based classic rock band that has been popular for 20 years. The 6-piece band includes a fiddle player to help add small country and some pop violin songs. The band is known for its strong harmony, focusing on the music of the 1960s and 1980s, and there are some “new” songs from the 1990s. Expect a powerful show of bright music / party songs that everyone can sing and dance to, as well as the production of fully professional sounds and lighting.

7 pm and 9 pm performances

Another side
Another side
Another side
Another side
Another side
Another side
Another side
Another side
Another side

Tuesday, August 2: Rachel Horter

Rachel Horter is a singer-songwriter in Schuylkill County, currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. Her musical style incorporates everything from country to her R & B influence and her soul.

She began her love of singing and entertainment from an early age and continued into high school. After her graduation, she postponed her college and decided to move to Nashville to pursue her dream of becoming an artist.

Since then, she has performed at iconic Nashville venues and events, enjoying weekly gigs at Blake Shelton’s Ole Red in downtown Nashville. She had the opportunity to tour Germany and one of her most memorable shows was the opening performance of the legendary country music Loretta Lynn. Rachel also starred in three songs on the Hallmark Channel “Switched for Christmas” starring Candace Cameronble, and in 2018 four more Hallmark Christmas movies. She has recorded a cover for the YouTube channel and has recorded over 6 million views. And she has tens of thousands of subscribers.

Rachel has released the official music video for her lead single “How lucky” on youtube, and her debut EP “Lucky” is now available on all platforms.

7 pm and 9 pm performances

Rachel Horter

Wednesday, August 3: Jeremiah James & Revival

Very interesting and acclaimed Southern rock, classical rock and country music. This highly entertaining and acclaimed show has been enjoyed in cities across the country. There is no doubt that it will satisfy live music lovers. Jeremiah has been singing and playing since childhood. His father played a five-string banjo, and his family time was often spent by his father choosing an old country and bluegrass. Another influence of early music was Jeremiah’s late grandmother. She has been playing popular secular music on keyboards for decades in the Lee High Valley. Jeremiah believes that after playing at her family gathering at the beginning of adolescence, she played in various rock bands in high school and college, and received real music education in a working-class bar in the northeast.

Jeremiah James
Jeremiah James

Thursday, August 4: Amish Outlaw

It’s too embarrassing for other bands to play all the songs. Four of the band’s original six members were born and raised in Lancaster with rigorous Amish training. But their spirit was too wild for the Amish lifestyle. With an Amish tradition known as the “Rumspringa,” 16-year-old Amish children have the opportunity to live free from the strict Amish Code of Conduct before returning to the Amish Church to decide whether to be baptized. I have. Since Rumspringa, members of the Amish Outlaw have become very accustomed to the joys and vices of the modern world, especially music. Thus, a bold desire for life and a fire for music and performance that can only be obtained from 16 years of oppression have unleashed the Amish outlaw to the world.

7 pm and 9 pm performances

Amish outlaw
Amish outlaw

Friday, August 5: Brandon Bennett with Spinout

Elvis Presley’s tribute artist and accompanying band. Brandon Bennett is from South Louisiana and is known worldwide for his award-winning talent in the tribute industry. Brandon has been in business for over 20 years and has been part of a diverse scene in honor of the greatest entertainers of our time. Brandon was awarded the title of “Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist” by Elvis Presley Enterprises. He has made featured television appearances on “Late Show with David Letterman,” “NBC Nightly News,” “Ricki Lake Show,” and “American Hot Rod.” He has been the protagonist of the longtime “Elvis Story” and Tony Award-winning musical “Million Dollar Quartet” and featured performances at many professional sporting events. Brandon is honored to work with members of several members of Elvis Presley’s band / Brandon has also produced and starred in his own music reviews.

7 pm and 9 pm performances

Brandon Bennett as Elvis
Brandon Bennett as Elvis
Brandon Bennett as Elvis

Saturday, August 6th, 7pm: Jesse Wade

A “strong, rockin'” country blues tribute band. The outlaw act of this local country is for Jesse and his gang to provide high-energy performances across Country Great music, from George Jones and Patsy Cline to Travis Tritt and Jason Aldean. It has been entertaining the audience for decades. The band will perform at venues throughout Pennsylvania,

Jesse Wade
Jesse Wade

Saturday, August 6th 9pm: Little Texas

A multi-Grammy award-nominated vocal band rocks the world of country music with energetic sounds. Since exploding in the scene in the early 1990s, Little Texas has become one of the top vocal bands in the industry. Why the group won Monica, “the hardest working band in country music,” to celebrate its 30th anniversary of its debut on the country music charts with about 3,000 shows and eight albums (more than 7 million sold). Is easy to understand. Little Texas won 11 Top 20 singles (3 Top 10 and 3 No. 1), received multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM nominations and won the 1993 Top Vocal Group ACM. -Burn, record and play every note of every released single. From the band’s first top 10 hit debut single, “Some Guys Have All the Love,” to the top five ballads, “You and Forever and Me,” listeners were amazed by the intricate harmony of the group.

Little Texas
Little Texas