NOTE: For showtimes, please see the Fair Week Schedule.
David Zentner & the Nashville Music Company
If you like the sound of traditional classic country music, then you’ll love the sound of David Zentner and The Nashville Music Company. David Zentner, who worked as a touring musician and vocalist in Nashville, TN, for nearly a decade, has backed some of the biggest names in the country music business including Johnny Paycheck, Loretta Lynn and Ernest Tubb. David joined up with four other Nashville experienced musicians to form David Zentner and The Nashville Music Company, who together deliver top-quality classic country music featuring sounds from the likes of Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, George Strait, and Ray Price, just to name a few.
MORE INFO: www.davidzentnermusic.com
The Greenwood Valley Boys
The Greenwood Valley Boys started out as “just a few friends getting together” to play music. Then they were asked to play for a few family reunions, followed by a few church socials. Next thing you know they had a following and were being asked to play at local fairs and carnivals.
Their genuine music and the way they interact with the crowd lets you know they are sincere in their message. The music is enjoyed by all ages. Just look around and you will see smiles, clapping along, toe tapping, dancing and even a few tears.
MORE INFO: greenwoodvalleyboys.weebly.com
The Comedy Magic of Lee Germain & Judi
Lee Germain and Judi have been performing magic for over thirty years. Their presentations can range in time from a short revue of a few minutes to a full evening show.
Lee and Judi have received national acclaim for their Comedy Illusions and have won numerous awards for their presentation and originality within the magic arena, including the coveted Terry Seabrooke Comedy Award presented at the Society of American Magicians International Convention in Boston. This award had not been presented in six years and the Germains were only the second ones to have won it. They have also won the Best Comedy Award from the Magicians Alliance of Eastern States, the Grand Prix Award from the Society of American Magicians Assembly 110, and twice received the Best Stage Act from The International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring 20.
MORE INFO: www.leegermain.com
Singer/Songwriter “KJ” has a short first name since her last name of Reimensnyder-Wagner is extremely LONG! Those who know her and know her music, realize that just the initials “KJ” are all you need to recognize this positive-energy performer throughout the US and UK.
Having been left at a camp long after other children were picked up one summer, KJ turned a scary situation into a profitable one at the age of eight. The counselor who stayed behind to meet her parents later that evening was a guitar player who began teaching KJ guitar chords and encouraged her to overcome any obstacles in life through music! At the age of 12, KJ received her first guitar from her parents, originally meant for KJ AND her two sisters. But KJ immediately fell in love with this guitar and took it over!
Once shy KJ then began writing songs celebrating the birth of puppies, honoring neighbors and friends through song lyrics and then later battling the blues of teenage love-losses through guitar therapy shortly after. As she matured, songs spoke of land conservation ideas, overcoming physical challenges by others (spokesperson for Cancer and RSD), and the stories of fine people who have filled her travel schedule with “home-like” situations – and lyrics – throughout the years.
Originally booked as a singer-songwriter for more adult shows at festivals, concerts and coffeehouses, KJ has more recently swung between BOTH the adult and family worlds in oftentimes providing dual bookings of family concerts by day and more adult concerts by evening to be an even-more-sought-after performer.
MORE INFO: www.kjsmile.com.
The Tom Sadge Show
Tom Sadge has been a full-time, professional entertainer his entire adult life. He began as a singer with bands and, later became a popular mobile DJ / vocal impressionist whose repertoire includes show stopping impersonations of Neil Diamond, Tom Jones & Engelbert. He also performs singing impressions of legendary singers such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Tony Bennett and others.
The celebrity impersonation act germinated in the summer of 1996 when Marion, Tom’s wife and business partner of over three decades, was inspired by a Las Vegas Legends In Concert anniversary booklet, and she urged Tom to make the transition from local entertainer to a national act as a tribute artist. In November 1997, Tom Sadge debuted his Jazz Singer era Neil Diamond act at University of Western Ontario. His show was an instant audience hit.
In recent years Tom left the production show circuit behind (to avoid weeks away from home) and began to focus on The Tom Sadge Show, usually 90 minutes or less, but which can be customized for any event. His “Neil” can be performed solo or with one of his bands, while “Tom Jones” is performed with his band only.
MORE INFO: www.tomsadge.com