BAINBRIDGE — Don’t miss bluegrass crowd-pleaser Remington Ryde when they perform at the Bainbridge Town Hall Theatre, located at 15 North Main Street, on Saturday, January 21 at 7 p.m.
The band, formed in 2005, has become known for Ryan Frankhouser’s songwriting and the band’s unique and dynamic renditions of some of your old favorite tunes. They have a distinct sound and old-time flair forged in the Bluegrass-rich area of Pennsylvania from which they hail and borrow their name.
Remington Ryde is firmly rooted in the traditions of the early decades of Bluegrass and Country music. The band can be counted on for their powerful musicianship, and entertainment combined with Frankhouser’s smooth lead vocals, which sounds just as much at home with a driving bluegrass tune as it does a tear-filled country weeper.
The members of Remington Ryde have come together to create a recipe of entertainment with a tight, cohesive sound that you are sure to love. In the last four years, the band has been nominated for 10 SPBGMA awards in Nashville, Tennessee including Entertainers of the Year.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and all performances are open seating. Tickets are available at the door or you may reserve a ticket ahead by calling 607-288-3882.
In the art gallery that evening the works of Michael Price will be on display. The gallery is open at 6 p.m. before the show through intermission, and is free to the public.
For further information or to see future events visit JerichoArts.com.
-Information provided by Jericho Arts Council