Mark Your Calendar - January 26, 2013
MIDDLEBURY, IN - Bluegrass band, Nightflyer, will visit Heritage Hall in Middlebury, Indiana, to provide an evening of live entertainment.
One of the most entertaining bands from southwestern Ohio, Nightflyer, combines talented vocals and brilliant instrumentals to the delight of their audiences across the United States. The band announced on their website (www.NightFlyerBand.com) that they're traveling the bluegrass festival circuit and they feel they're making a strong positive impression on the fans fo the genre. Tony Kakaris (stand up bass), Rick Hayes (mandolin), Ronnie Stewart (banjo), Tim Jackson (dobro) and Richard Propps (guitar) play a marvelous mix of straight-ahead bluegrass versions of popular current country music songs to banjo-driven classic bluegrass numbers.
Strong vocals are delivered by all band members as nearly all of them are featured on at least one vocal selection. Close knit harmonies are combined in each song along with instrumentals featuring each member of this talented band.
Saturday, January 26th, Nightflyer will be featured during a concert at Essenhaus Heritage Hall beginning at 7:00pm. Tickets for the concert are available now via telephone or the Internet website www.Essenhaus.com. Tickets are also available on-site at the Inn and menu dining registration desk during business hours. General admission tickets purchased in advance are $15.00 per person which includes roughly two hours of live entertainment by Nightflyer.