Editor’s note: The following information was provided by Union County Community Concert Association board member Florence Allen.
Remington Ryde, a bluegrass band famous throughout the United States and Canada, will entertain Union County Community Concert Association members and other local residents on Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at Marysville High School.
The quintet is comprised of Frank Frankhouser, lead vocalist and guitarist, Billy Lee Cox, vocals and banjo, Josh Daniels, vocals and mandolin, Stanley Efaw, vocals and fiddle, and Ron Truman, vocals and bass.
The artists are firmly rooted in bluegrass and country music. Frankhouser is known for his songwriting and unique, dynamic renditions of some favorite tunes. The audience will be treated to their powerful musicianship and tight cohesive sound, while being entertained with smooth lead vocals.
The group has been nominated for 10 Nashville awards, including entertainers of the year. In 2018, they signed a major recording contract with Pinecastle Records. Since then, several songs have landed on the Bluegrass charts.
The band is also sponsored by the Storytellers Museum in Aqua, Tennessee.
The group is one of the busiest bands on the bluegrass circuit, performing 125 tour dates a year.
More information about the group can be found at remingtonryde.com. Tickets to the show are available at the door. Those wanting additional information may go to www.ucconcerts.org or the groups Facebook page. Those interested may also contact Ted Howard at 937-243-3133.
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