2017 Grandstand Headliners


Country music’s newest duo Smithfield is taking the stage by storm with their stunning harmonies.  Having grown up together, vocalists Trey and Jennifer kick off the Grange Fair’s entertainment schedule with hits “Hey Whiskey” and “Good Ol’ Days.”

 

Let the back beat soothe your soul with the premiere No. 1 Motown Sound Tribute Band in the Land – The Motown Sounds of Touch.  Entertaining audiences for over 15 years with their energetic dance performances and engaging personalities, the band is always a crowd pleaser.

One of the most passionate, high-energy performers in the business, chart topping country music legend Jo Dee Messina’s breakout hit “Heads Carolina, Tails California” caps a career which includes nine No. 1 hits, and sixteen Top 40 songs.  With over 5 million album sales, you can bet she’s doing alright.

 

Jordan Feliz released his first full album, The River, in 2016 and it debuted at No. 4 on Billboard’s Christian Album chart.  With two No. 1 songs to his credit, “The River” and “Never Too Far Gone,” his folk, rock and soul sound has kept him on the Top 30 iTunes Christian Singles chart.

You may know him from the 15th season of The Amazing Race, but after years of touring with the likes of Dierks Bentley and Kip Moore, Mercury recording artist Canaan Smith is headlining his own tour with hits “Love You Like That” and “Hole In A Bottle.”

 

Nashville-based acappella  group Street Corner Symphony formed to compete in NBC’s all-vocal competition where they won the hearts of the judges and grabbed national attention for their unique style.  Their repertoire appeals to both young and old alike and covers a wide range from gospel and barbershop to rock and pop.

 

Get your “Fix” with Chris Lane’s low-slung baritones and signature falsetto as the chart topping artist performs hits from his Top 10 album “Girl Problems.”  Earlier this year, Chris opened for Florida Georgia Line at the Bryce Jordan Center.

 

Big Machine Label Group recording artist Tucker Beathard grew up in a family that excelled at both music and sports – his father is a hit songwriter; his brothers, star quarterbacks.  Having played with artists like Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert, Tucker is ready to “Rock On.”

 



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