Fayette County Country Opry
The Fayette County Country Music Club will host their monthly Opry on Monday, July 19, 2010 at the KC Hall in La Grange. The show starts at 7:30 P.M. and the doors will open at 5:30 P.M. Admission is only $5.00. The Opry is brought to you by the Fayette County Country Music Club, which is dedicated to the promotion of good country music. This month we are featuring:
STACEY STARK AND SONS LEVY AND RYAN have been performing together for the last two years all over South and central Texas. Both boys play the fiddle and enjoy entertaining as much as their mom does. Stacey is a member of the South Texas Opry Band in Corpus Christi.
JADE CIENEGA is 17 and from College Station. Her buzz is loud and in demand from the Johnnie High Country Music Revue in Arlington to touring with the Grand Ole Opry Legends, showcasing on the main stage at Tejano Festivals of over 100,000 people, and opening for Major Blue’s Singers. Jade has chiseled a place of respect into the real music industry with major artists and diverse music cultural audiences. Jade takes over the stage with the vocal power that floods the room with sound and excitement.
CURTIS BARFIELD is a singer/ songwriter from Texas. For years he made a living playing 5 nights a week in and around the Houston area and occasionally performed at his church. He was recently encouraged to perform at a Country Music Show in New Braunfels and he was invited back and told that he should put a CD together and he did just that. His CD is entitled “Live From Comal County Music Show”.
CHRIS RYBAK really needs no introduction but we are so happy to have him back with us for a toe tapping good time. Chris is one of the most popular accordion entertainers in Texas and can be found performing all across the state throughout the year. Combining his love of music, strong Czech Heritage, and arousing charisma, this accordion cowboy has what it takes to entertain audiences through his showmanship and fresh enthusiastic musical style. Chris’s show utilizes his talents on the accordion, along with the keyboard, a trumpet and vocals. He has charmed countless audiences of all ages, opinions and musical tastes, as he plays over 150 dates a year that include everything from the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, the German Wurstfest in New Braunfels, Labor Day’s Czech West Fest in Central Texas and many others. He also has taken his music multiple times to Europe, including appearances in the Czech Republic, Germany and Slovakia (the homeland of his beautiful wife Edita). He has a new CD out entitled “Shiner Time” plus two other hits inspired by his wife Edita and his guitar friend James Rittenhouse and his recent experience at the Country Festival in France. This CD also debuted at the Shiner Beer 100th Anniversary.