Entertainment at the Fair
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|Monday, 6 & 8 pm
The Jesse Alexander Band
|Tuesday, 5 & 8 pm
|Wednesday, 6 & 8 pm
|Thursday, 6 & 8 pm
|Friday, 6 & 8 pm
|Saturday, 6 & 8 pm - The Joe Murray Band|
THE JESSE ALEXANDER BAND (Bluegrass / Pavillion)
From the Finger Lakes Region of rural New York State comes the traditional bluegrass music of The Jesse Alexander Band. This family band, fronted by fourteen year old Jesse Alexander, is focused on providing their listeners with a genuine traditional bluegrass experience.
The group enjoys performing their own interpretation of well known songs as well as exposing the audience to some great, more obscure bluegrass material. While Jesse appeals to the audience because of his young age, he is also a very competent musician. He has worked hard to develop a professional caliber show that your crowd is sure to enjoy.
Audiences pay attention to the close family harmonies and solid, dynamic picking of this tight unit. Listeners appreciate hearing young people who have learned how to play and sing real bluegrass music. The band has shared billings with some of the top bluegrass groups in the country at shows throughout the east.
LEGENDS (Oldies / Pavilion)
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AARON KELLY (Country / Pavillion)
Aaron Kelly is not your typical twenty year old. In fact, at age 11, Aaron was a finalist on the TV show America's Most Talented Kids and at 17 had reached the top 5 on the popular show, American Idol®. He signed with Buddy Lee Entertainment out of Nashville, TN.
At 20, Aaron a professional performer. His current goal is to write and record a great pop flavored country album. For more information, visit aaronkellymusic.com.
MIDLIFE COWBOYS (Country / Pavillion)
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GOSPEL BOND (Gospel / Pavilion)
Gospel Bond is a group of men singing harmony and backed by a live band of guitars, harmonica and drums that will touch your soul. They sing from the heart full of passion for the gospel of Jesus Christ. Gospel Bond has been together for 15 years traveling all over Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, West Virginia and Maryland.
THE JOE MURRAY BAND (Polka / Pavillion) sponsored by Turbotville National Bank
Pictured from left to right are Cindy Murray Tarr, Joe Murray, Carson Keiser,
Ray Kinley, Bill Kline, Jimmy Brown and Susan Murray Wajda.
As a child, Joe Murray started singing and playing the mandolin with his church and school orchestra in his hometown of Montandon, Pennsylvania. In his mid teens he joined a local band, the Blue River Boys, and has been performing since then. As a young adult, Joe organized his first band, "The Pennsylvania Troubadours." In the earlier years, the band played weekly live broadcasts on the radio for Bloomsburg, PA stations and opened shows in Wheeling, West Virginia and Nashville, Tennessee.
The band, later renamed, The Joe Murray Band has a reputation for the classic country selections included in their shows and more recently, gospel songs. Present band members come together from a radius extending between Lock Haven, Mifflinburg and Danville areas.