Fair Starts In: 2022-08-03 08:00:00 GMT-05:00


Grassy Creek

Thursday, August 3, 2023
6:00 p.m.

Grassy Creek

Coming soon.

Lisa Sidwell Cottrell

Thursday, August 3, 2023
7:00 p.m.

Lisa Cottrell

Lisa is from Eizabeth, WV, and sings traditional and old-time country music. She is a life-long resident of Wirt County...."even raising my own children here. I’m proud of my country roots and though I enjoy many types of music, traditional country classics have always resonated with me."

The Laurel Creek Band

Thursday, August 3, 2023
8:30 p.m.

Laurel Creek

You've never heard a band like this one! The Laurel Creek Band has perfected their very own unique sound of bluegrass, newgrass, blues, gospel and folk music. With exceptional vocal leads, harmonies and the craftsmanship of some very skilled musicians, this band is one you definitely need to hear! The Laurel Creek Band is a group of friends that play together as a hobby. The band has performed at fairs and festivals across WV and OH and often contributes its efforts to benefit and community events.

Cross Fire

Friday, August 4, 2023
8:00 p.m.

Cross Fire Band

Gary Starcher resides in Parkersburg, WV and is a Key Board player and sings back up vocals with the band. A native of Palestine, WV, he has been performing music for over 50 years. He has played a variety of styles of music throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley as a member of several area bands. He love playing music and volunteering with his wife, Becca, for Relay For Life events.

John Grubb hails from Gallipolis, Ohio has been playing music in the tri-state area for the last 51 years. He primarily plays guitar and sings with the band. He has played in numerous bands with many different genres over the years such as Rock, Country, Gospel, Irish, Bluegrass and blues. He plays many instruments and his vocal harmonizing ability comes from the many years early in his career when he sang in a family Gospel Group, which, at times performed live for radio & television. John has written a few songs, all of which have received air play.

Ted Davitian is a lifelong resident of Parkersburg, WV and plays bass guitar with the band. He was encouraged to pick up the bass by his teenage son and began playing at many local charity events over 10 years ago. Since that time Ted has played with several area bands playing blues, country, southern rock and classic rock tunes.

Tracey Westfall grew up in Wintersville, OH. She plays guitar and sings with the band. She started playing guitar in 1974 when she bought a guitar for $5 at a yard sale. Her family played old time music and she learned to play by ear and using a book of chords. In 1985 she moved to Harrisville, WV and shortly thereafter put her guitar playing on hold while she worked at a supply house and with her husband, Kenneth, in their pottery business. During that time she played only a few times a year at gatherings of family & friends. In 2007 she resumed actively playing music and has performed with several bands.

John Wendell is a Parkersburg, WV native and plays drums with the band. He began playing drums at an early age and has been performing in area clubs & venues since the age of 14. He was a member of the PHS Drum Line 1971-73 and has played with many area bands throughout the past 50 years. He has a skilled ear for music, working locally as a Piano Technician as well as working at C.A. House Music. John loves playing his drums and spending time with his wife, Pamela, and their 9 grandchildren.

Pick 3

Saturday, August 5, 2023
7:00 p.m.

Pick 3 is a three piece band from the Parkersburg, WV area. Playing mostly classic rock hits and popular songs, as well as originals.

Stu Wajda on lead vocals and guitar. Ron cline on drums and back up vocals. Chester Boggs on bass and back up vocals.

Country Best In Class

Saturday, August 5, 2023
8:30 p.m.

Sherry Wilson Braid (Patsy Cline)
Sherry has been singing in the Mid-Ohio Valley since she was 4 years old, and a director, music director, actor, and musician at the Actors Guild of Parkersburg since 1985. She was Patsy Cline in "Always, Patsy Cline," both at The Actors Guild and Mid-Ohio Valley Players Theater, where she was awarded the Khalil Award for her performances. Sherry also sings with Track 9 band, loves being a wife and mother, and is employed as a nurse for Wood County Schools.

Reinnie Leavitt (Loretta Lynn)
Reinnie has been singing and performing throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley and surrounding states for many years. She traveled and sang with the dynamic Southern Gospel trio, The Williams Family, for over 15 years and currently sings with the Bluegrass Band, Laurel Creek. Reinnie has been in many productions at the Actors Guild of Parkersburg over the years. She enjoys volunteering in the costume shop when not on stage. Reinnie is a wife and mother and works at WVU Medicine Camden Clark as the Director of Cancer Services.

Tim Wilson (Conway Twitty)
Tim started singing in third grade when his music teacher asked him to sing “Thank Heaven for Little Girls” at the spring concert. Despite that first experience, he continued to sing in school choirs, church choirs, and college choirs. He also performed in several shows at the Actors Guild of Parkesburg starting in 1992. Tim enjoys time with family and friends, and cooking for those occasions. He works from home as an IT systems administrator.

Dave Roberts (Johnny Cash)
Dave has been singing in church and other local groups since high school. He has been on stage with a few Actors Guild of Parkersburg productions and until recently served as sound engineer and facilities chairperson. Dave is a dog, cat dad and uncle and works at CU*SOUTH, Inc. as Vice President of Information Systems & Technology.

Sound and lighting provided by Shep's Entertainment.

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