Friday at Land Fest 2015

The Springer Mountain Farms “Chicken Coop” at the 2015 Dailey & Vincent Land Fest - photo © Bill WarrenThe Springer Mountain Farms “Chicken Coop” was open at noon on Friday of the Dailey and Vincent Land Fest at the Denton Farm Park. The chef was handing out tasty samples.

The day’s show started with the Church Sisters bringing their excellent music to the stage. Danny Paisley and Southern Grass followed with Danny’s self-described “old timey” music. Danny is keeping some of the old songs alive in his show – songs that a lot people have not heard in many years.

The Lonesome River Band hit the stage as only they can. The audience was spellbound for 90 minutes before Blue Highway brought 21 years of wonderful music to the Denton crowd. Blue Highway is a rock solid “must see” group.

Darrin Vincent gets soaked promoting their cruise at the 2015 Dailey & Vincent Land Fest - photo © Bill WarrenThe Dailey and Vincent show held everyone in their seats for well over their allotted 90 minutes. Jeff Parker is back from an illness and is always a favorite. New bass singer, Aaron McCune, made his debut with the group. The crowd gave him more than one standing ovation. Jamie and Darrin did some advertising of their annual cruise and Darrin was doused with a large bucket of water for his effort!