Crazy Hearts to Perform

Crazy-Hearts

Crazy Hearts takes the stage Tuesday at 7 & 9 PM.

New to the M & T Stage for the first time at this year’s Schuylkill County Fair will be Crazy Hearts. The live performances at 7 and 9 PM are sponsored by the Red Lion Café of Pine Grove. They will be performing on Tuesday August 6.

“Crazy Hearts” formerly known as CrazyHeart, changed their name in 2012 with the addition of a new Lead Guitar Player. This name change took them in a new and exciting direction. While performing as CrazyHeart, they have opened for national recording stars Big and Rich, the Charlie Daniel’s Band, Josh Turner, Billy Currington, Mark Wills, Kitty Wells and David Lee Murphy, among others. While Performing as CrazyHeart, they won over 20 music awards from the Lehigh Valley Music Association in the last several years.

Jarrett Dean Rollins (lead male vocals and rhythm guitar) and Bonnie Jean Rollins (lead female vocals) from San Antonio, Texas give Crazy Heart its true country sound. Bill Cobel (bass guitar), Chris Jones (steel, guitar and harmonica) Billy Patrick (Lead Guitar), RJ Cramer (Fiddle & Vocals) and Butch Werkheiser (drums) provide the background music and drive that propels the band.

Crazy Hearts consists of so much more than just a band… they have an amazing fan base – people we consider to be their family and friends, not just fans…. They have some excellent Sound Engineers and a wonderful Booking Manager who also takes pictures and does so many other things for the band. They feel that they are a very lucky group to be so supported by so many! So all of you Crazy Hearts fans come out to support your favorite local band on Tuesday, August 2 on the Schuylkill County Fairgrounds to see them in a live performance at 7 and 9PM.

Schuylkill County Fair runs August 1 – 6 where “We have good things growing.”  33 years and growing better with each year.  For more information about the Fair visit the fair web site at www.schuylkillfair.com or follow us on twitter and like us on Facebook.

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