Keith Bryant

$20.00

Appalfolks of America Association will present “Shenandoah Valley Recording Artists at The Virginia Opry” at Natural Bridge Historic Hotel and Conference Room’s Washington Hall on March 5, at 7:00 p.m.

Nashville recording artist Keith Bryant from Rockbridge County will present his one-man show, and Glen Shelton from Madison Heights will perform with his band backing him.

Also, recording artist Lisa Meadows who has graced the Grand Ole Opry’s stage along with Robby Meadows, her husband who will perform as the bass guitarist during the show, will be a featured vocalist along with Shelton who recently returned from a recording session in Nashville.

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Appalfolks of America Association will present “Shenandoah Valley Recording Artists at The Virginia Opry” at Natural Bridge Historic Hotel and Conference Room’s Washington Hall on March 5, at 7:00 p.m.

Nashville recording artist Keith Bryant from Rockbridge County will present his one-man show, and Glen Shelton from Madison Heights will perform with his band backing him.

Also, recording artist Lisa Meadows who has graced the Grand Ole Opry’s stage along with Robby Meadows, her husband who will perform as the bass guitarist during the show, will be a featured vocalist along with Shelton who recently returned from a recording session in Nashville.

Robby was the leader of the Pony Express Band that performed as the Virginia Opry’s Band at The Historic Masonic Theatre in Clifton Forge during the 1990s when Appalfolks owned and operated the theatre that was named the Historic Stonewall Theatre at the time.

Ray Allen, director of The Virginia Opry, remarked, “Keith, Robby and Lisa are well known vocalists throughout the Shenandoah Valley, and each along with the band members who will be performing have been inducted as members of The Virginia Opry.”

Billy Worley, guitarist; Robby Meadows, bassist; William Hayes, keyboardist; and Daniel Sprouse, the drummer; make up the band, one of The Virginia Opry’s ten bands.

Shelton, a 1989 graduate of Liberty University, has opened for more than 40 nationally prominent acts, and he has written and recorded numerous Top Ten Christian Country songs.

Lisa has distinguished herself as a singer for bands Robby has led for the past 30 years, including his band that performed on the Grand Ole Opry with Lisa as the band’s lead vocalist.

Bryant has had two country music hits that charted on Billboard’s Hot Country Top 50, and he has performed his one-man show up and down the Shenandoah Valley.  He was the first vocalist to be honored as a member of The Virginia Opry by being showcased at The Historic Masonic Theatre in 2019.

“Riding with the Legend,” a song that he co-wrote and recorded vaulted him to national prominence as a Nashville recording artist, and a corporation sponsored him for a West Coast tour.  His hit that tells the story of Dale Earnhardt continues to be a NASCAR favorite.

Bryant is the founder of Ironhorse, and he is the winner of the East Coast Country Music Male Vocalist Award.  He has two albums to this credit.

Tickets are $20 for general admission with first come first serve seating.  Big Country 103.5 at WKEY in Covington is the home of The Virginia Opry as well as the Town of Clifton Forge. Tickets can be reserved online by contacting The Virginia Opry’s website, www.virginiaopry.com  or by visiting the Natural Bridge Hotel and Conference Center’s website, www.naturalbridgeva.com.