Will be featured in Fayette Area Artists Series concert this Sunday
Nashville-based "Redhead Express" will conclude this season of the Fayette Area Community Concert Association’s series with a performance at the Historic Washington Court House City Schools Auditorium on Sunday, April 28th at 3pm.
This family band of sisters will deliver a combination of music and dance for the show. For more information about this not-to-be-missed performance, visit the Fayette Area Community Concert Association at the website www.fayetteconcerts.org. Tickets and memberships will be available at the door prior to the concert.
Redhead Express and the Walker Family is a fascinating family! There are 9 of them living together in an RV with a chocolate lab, sharing their love of music and family all across the country. Five-years-ago the band didn’t even exist. This band of sisters left their hometown of Alaska in 2007 to pursue a career in music, settling down in Tennessee. The entire Walker family also features the parents, and three younger brothers, who may join their sisters on stage.
So far, this talented family has received a number of awards while performing in Branson, Mo.: Best Male Vocalist, Best Family Show, Outstanding Young Female Artist, and Bass Player of the Year. The National Traditional Country Music Association awarded the Walker family "Album of the Year" for their first recording "Paintin’ the Town Red."
Industry professionals describe the ascendance of Redhead Express as extraordinary. Without the help of an agency, they have performed nearly 1,000 shows and are booked 2 years out with coveted pricing and venues. Shortly after arriving in Nashville, Redhead Express was blessed to meet one of the finest producers in the country, Paul Worley. Producer of the Dixie Chicks, Martina McBride, Lady Antebellum and The Band Perry, among others, Mr. Worley has worked with the Redhead Express the past year in the development of their talent and their new country sound. They are looking to go into the studio with Mr. Worley at the end of 2011 to record the first songs of their upcoming country album.