Lions Club Redneck Dayz 2016. Are you ready for a good ole fashion foot stompin, belly floppin, cornhole tossin hillbilly hoedown? Yeeeah haw! Get your style points and enter the mud pit belly flop contest – 3 divisions – mens, womens, and lil’ redneck. Held Saturday the 20th! You can also show off your cornhole skills by entering the infamous cornhole tournament. “theraputic” mud pit will be open to the public prior to the event for a donation to Lions International.
Put on your two stepping boogie shoes (or boots) on and dance to some truly amazing music. Do yourself a big favor and come check out the headliners The Davison Brothers Band from 10pm until midnight! These guys are the real McCoy entertainers/musicians with mega talent. The music line up all day is amazing and it starts at 1pm.
1pm-Jimmy Flanigan- J.F. has been the local driving force of Boathouse, The campfire Gypsies and the Honi Honi Band
2:30pm-4pm-Eastbound- . Modern Country would be the category that EastBound would land under if you were to look them up. But, if you have had the chance to see their LIVE show you would walk away finding it difficult to label them as “just” country. Over the years Country Music has welcomed artist from across the charts and EastBound finds great opportunity in that.
4pm-6pm–Center Fire- Playing the best Country, Rock, and Original music that’s ever come out of Clarksburg, WV.
6pm-8pm The Eddie Davisson Band- Eddie is the father of Chris and Donnie Davisson
8pm-10pm–Stone Senate- Stone Senate is a five-piece contemporary southern rock band hailing from Nashville, TN. With a sound that is infused by a variety of musical back grounds from country to funk, Stone Senate has often been compared to such classic act’s as The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd with a twist.
10pm-Midnight– The Davisson Brothers Band- The Davisson Brothers Band has a unique style, fusing a blend of country, southern rock, and bluegrass to create a distinctive sound. Their remarkable sound, combined with the band’s talent and energy, has gained them an incredibly loyal and rapidly growing fan base. Brothers Donnie and Chris Davisson, cousin Sammy Davisson, and life-long best friend Aaron Regester are continuing musical pursuits started by the Davisson family long ago. In DBB, one can’t help but hear the resounding influence of a life raised in music. Their song lyrics and sound tell powerful stories of their family history and lifestyle in West Virginia, and is sure to gain a nationwide following. The band recently worked with acclaimed producer Keith Stegall on their first national single Jesse James.
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