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Wilson Fairchild returns to Wayne Theatre: Get your tickets


wilson fairchildThe Wayne Theatre welcomes back the country music duo Wilson Fairchild for three more shows this year. The July 16 show is a “Tribute to the Statler Brothers.” Shows will also be held October 15 and December 10. All shows will begin at 8 p.m.

Tickets for each show are $30 and $35.

Partner in the Arts: Tickets go on sale to Partner of the Arts members on Tuesday, March 15, at 10 a.m. Members should contact the Wayne Theatre at 540-943-9999 or visit the box office for tickets. For information on Partner in the Arts membership, visit waynetheatre.org/support-the-wayne-theatre-alliance/

General Public: Tickets go on sale to all three shows to the general public on Monday, March 21, at10 a.m. Online tickets are available to the public next week at waynetheatre.ticketforce.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=22

About Wilson Fairchild

Wilson Fairchild is made up of Wil and Langdon Reid from the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. These two men, referred to as “the Reid boys,” have been writing, performing and playing music together their whole lives. To sum up their passion and drive for their music and career, a self-penned line from their new title cut, “Country On”, says it all: “We love country music and we’ll never let it die.”

Wil and Langdon are highly acclaimed songwriters. They both have been writing songs since their teenage years in between baseball and football games and girls, of course. Along with recording their own music, such artists as the Statler Brothers, Ricky Skaggs and Dailey & Vincent have recorded their songs, as well. So yes, that means their songwriting gamut spans through the country, bluegrass and gospel fields. They learned the craft from the best and are no strangers to knowing how to put an idea to music and come away with a great storytelling song. In fact, Wil and Langdon have written five of the new cuts on their latest VIRGINIA album.

Along with singing and songwriting, they both play guitars on stage and have played many other instruments during recording sessions. But a Wilson Fairchild show is much more than music; it is an experience. It is professional. It is exciting. Their clever lyrics will make you smile and they know how to strike your heartstrings with a perfectly delivered ballad. One thing’s for sure: these guys know how to entertain.



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