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"Redhead Express" headlines entertainment at 2011 Nance County Fair

Angela Gustafson
Fullerton, Neb.
Courtesy PhotoThe Redhead Express will present a free concert at the Nance County Fairgrounds in Fullerton, Neb., on July 12th. The group performs old-time music, songs from the '50 & '60s, Irish tunes, country and bluegrass in beautiful four-part harmony.

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The sister-act “Redhead Express” will present a free concert at the Nance County Fairgrounds in Fullerton, Neb., July 12 at 8 p.m. The group, hailing from Alaska, features four talented sisters ages 14 to 20 that perform old-time music, as well as songs from the ’50s and ’60s, Irish tunes, country and bluegrass in beautiful four-part harmony. They also play multiple instruments.

The eldest, Kendra, plays lead guitar and writes music for the band. LaRae, age 19, plays the banjo. Seventeen-year-old, Alisa, is “a smokin’ hot fiddle and mandolin player,” in addition to being a self-taught yodeler. The youngest of the four, Meghan, plays the bass.

Touring and performing alongside the girls are their three younger brothers known as “The Walker Boys.” Sean, age 11, Joseph, age 9 and Ammon, age 7, sing and play a variety of instruments as well.

“Redhead Express” has performed in Branson, Mo., and has toured all over the United States. Currently they are working on recording an album in Nashville while continuing their summer tour.

In addition to their concert in Fullerton, the band will make stops at several locations in Nebraska this summer, including the Colfax County Fair in Leigh on July 24. They will also give concerts in Spalding, Kimball, West Point and Syracuse during the month of August.

Visit http://www.redheadexpress.com for a complete touring schedule and to sample their music.

The sister-act “Redhead Express” will present a free concert at the Nance County Fairgrounds in Fullerton, Neb., July 12 at 8 p.m. The group, hailing from Alaska, features four talented sisters ages 14 to 20 that perform old-time music, as well as songs from the ’50s and ’60s, Irish tunes, country and bluegrass in beautiful four-part harmony. They also play multiple instruments.

The eldest, Kendra, plays lead guitar and writes music for the band. LaRae, age 19, plays the banjo. Seventeen-year-old, Alisa, is “a smokin’ hot fiddle and mandolin player,” in addition to being a self-taught yodeler. The youngest of the four, Meghan, plays the bass.

Touring and performing alongside the girls are their three younger brothers known as “The Walker Boys.” Sean, age 11, Joseph, age 9 and Ammon, age 7, sing and play a variety of instruments as well.

“Redhead Express” has performed in Branson, Mo., and has toured all over the United States. Currently they are working on recording an album in Nashville while continuing their summer tour.

In addition to their concert in Fullerton, the band will make stops at several locations in Nebraska this summer, including the Colfax County Fair in Leigh on July 24. They will also give concerts in Spalding, Kimball, West Point and Syracuse during the month of August.

Visit http://www.redheadexpress.com for a complete touring schedule and to sample their music.

The sister-act “Redhead Express” will present a free concert at the Nance County Fairgrounds in Fullerton, Neb., July 12 at 8 p.m. The group, hailing from Alaska, features four talented sisters ages 14 to 20 that perform old-time music, as well as songs from the ’50s and ’60s, Irish tunes, country and bluegrass in beautiful four-part harmony. They also play multiple instruments.

The eldest, Kendra, plays lead guitar and writes music for the band. LaRae, age 19, plays the banjo. Seventeen-year-old, Alisa, is “a smokin’ hot fiddle and mandolin player,” in addition to being a self-taught yodeler. The youngest of the four, Meghan, plays the bass.

Touring and performing alongside the girls are their three younger brothers known as “The Walker Boys.” Sean, age 11, Joseph, age 9 and Ammon, age 7, sing and play a variety of instruments as well.

“Redhead Express” has performed in Branson, Mo., and has toured all over the United States. Currently they are working on recording an album in Nashville while continuing their summer tour.

In addition to their concert in Fullerton, the band will make stops at several locations in Nebraska this summer, including the Colfax County Fair in Leigh on July 24. They will also give concerts in Spalding, Kimball, West Point and Syracuse during the month of August.

Visit http://www.redheadexpress.com for a complete touring schedule and to sample their music.

The sister-act “Redhead Express” will present a free concert at the Nance County Fairgrounds in Fullerton, Neb., July 12 at 8 p.m. The group, hailing from Alaska, features four talented sisters ages 14 to 20 that perform old-time music, as well as songs from the ’50s and ’60s, Irish tunes, country and bluegrass in beautiful four-part harmony. They also play multiple instruments.

The eldest, Kendra, plays lead guitar and writes music for the band. LaRae, age 19, plays the banjo. Seventeen-year-old, Alisa, is “a smokin’ hot fiddle and mandolin player,” in addition to being a self-taught yodeler. The youngest of the four, Meghan, plays the bass.

Touring and performing alongside the girls are their three younger brothers known as “The Walker Boys.” Sean, age 11, Joseph, age 9 and Ammon, age 7, sing and play a variety of instruments as well.

“Redhead Express” has performed in Branson, Mo., and has toured all over the United States. Currently they are working on recording an album in Nashville while continuing their summer tour.

In addition to their concert in Fullerton, the band will make stops at several locations in Nebraska this summer, including the Colfax County Fair in Leigh on July 24. They will also give concerts in Spalding, Kimball, West Point and Syracuse during the month of August.

Visit http://www.redheadexpress.com for a complete touring schedule and to sample their music.

The sister-act “Redhead Express” will present a free concert at the Nance County Fairgrounds in Fullerton, Neb., July 12 at 8 p.m. The group, hailing from Alaska, features four talented sisters ages 14 to 20 that perform old-time music, as well as songs from the ’50s and ’60s, Irish tunes, country and bluegrass in beautiful four-part harmony. They also play multiple instruments.

The eldest, Kendra, plays lead guitar and writes music for the band. LaRae, age 19, plays the banjo. Seventeen-year-old, Alisa, is “a smokin’ hot fiddle and mandolin player,” in addition to being a self-taught yodeler. The youngest of the four, Meghan, plays the bass.

Touring and performing alongside the girls are their three younger brothers known as “The Walker Boys.” Sean, age 11, Joseph, age 9 and Ammon, age 7, sing and play a variety of instruments as well.

“Redhead Express” has performed in Branson, Mo., and has toured all over the United States. Currently they are working on recording an album in Nashville while continuing their summer tour.

In addition to their concert in Fullerton, the band will make stops at several locations in Nebraska this summer, including the Colfax County Fair in Leigh on July 24. They will also give concerts in Spalding, Kimball, West Point and Syracuse during the month of August.

Visit http://www.redheadexpress.com for a complete touring schedule and to sample their music.


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