Nightflyer to Perform on 2nd Oldest Radio Broadcast in the U.S.

Image634787946234891970Nightflyer will be performing at the Wheeling Jamboree Live Broadcast Radio Stage Show, second longest running show of its type - right after Nashville's Grand Ole Opry.

The show now runs in the Strand Theatre in Moundsville, WV, so be sure to go if you're in the area. If not, you can listen or watch the show on the internet through streaming video and audio, or a number of radio stations.

The show is this Saturday, July 28th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.

Nightflyer, named in honor of Tony Rice’s song and album of the same name, consists of a group of talented professionals, hailing from Southwestern Ohio. The band’s lead singer and guitarist Richard Propps, consistently receives rave reviews on his powerful and often awe-inspiring vocals (polished by years on the Southern Gospel circuit) and excellent guitar playing. Superb mandolinist and occasional lead vocalist Rick Hayes, spent four years touring nationally with the Gibson Brothers, and received a coveted Highlight Review from Bluegrass Unlimited on his solo CD. Tony Kakaris is the rock solid heartbeat of Nightflyer on the standup bass, lending baritone as well as lead vocals to the group. Tim Jackson adds spice to the mix with his fiery dobro performances, and an occasional baritone as well. Rounding out the sound is Ronnie Stewart, contributing killer banjo, and sweet lyrical tenor and lead vocals. E

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