Sat, May 1 | 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Doors Open 2:00 pm
Frederick County Fairgrounds
250 Fairgrounds Rd
Clear Brook, VA 222654
The Ability Home Care Country Music Party, presented by Shenandoah Country Q102, an iHeartMedia Station, will be held at the Tolley Dental Zone located at the Frederick County Fairgrounds.
Continuing its tradition of offering great country acts at an amazingly affordable price, this year’s party showcases four outstanding “homegrown” country performers: Bryan Frazier, Ryan Jewel, Chris Darlington, and Ronnie Wolford. The Festival is proud to bring these young, up and coming stars together on one stage.
Tickets for the Ability Home Care Country Music Party are only $25.00 and can be purchased online or at the Official Souvenir & Ticket Outlet opening in early April. In addition to an afternoon and evening full of great music, there will be plenty of adult beverages (ID required), as well as hot food on the midway. Please, no outside food and drink, or large purses and bags inside the Tolley Dental Zone.
Schedule is subject to change
Ronnie Wolford and Logan Garrett (acoustic duo) 2:00 PM 3:30 PM
Chris Darlington 3:45 PM 5:15 PM
Ryan Jewel 5:45 PM 7:30 PM
Bryan Frazier 8:00 PM 10:00 PM
This event is under an outdoor tent at the Frederick County Fairgrounds. Rain or shine. No Refunds.
COVID-19 Statement: Ticket holders will be required to follow CDC guidelines and mandates in order to participate in events.
At just thirteen years old, in the Blue Ridge mountain town of Winchester, Virginia, Bryan Frazier began writing songs and performing throughout the Shenandoah Valley region of the Old Dominion State. Frazier, whose songwriting passions stemmed from the notable influences of Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, and country songwriting extraordinaire Eric Church, pursued his lifelong dream of music in 2014, moving to Nashville, Tennessee.
Upon his arrival to Music City, Frazier quickly broke into the arduous music scene, penning songs such as “Two Beers” (Sony Recording Artist-Kameron Marlowe) “Stereotype” (Big Deal Music-Jobe Fortner), and “Somebody Had To” (BMG-Dawson Edwards).
It was such songwriting success that led to Frazier’s own opportunities as an artist, opening up for some of country music’s biggest acts including Phil Vassar, Jimmie Allen, Tyler Rich, and 2015 Academy of Country Music’s “New Artist Of The Year” Cole Swindell. Frazier’s career highlights include the addition of songs, such as “Appalachia Gold”, “Last I Heard” and “Good Ones Do”, to Spotify’s highly regarded playlists of “Next From Nashville” and New Music Nashville” while headlining some of Music City’s biggest stages of “Whiskey Jam” and “Tin Roof Revival”.
Like many artists, Ryan Jewel was drawn to music at a young age. When he got his first guitar, there was no turning back. By high school, Ryan started playing with the idea of becoming a professional musician. By his sophomore year at Clemson University, Ryan and his fellow bandmate, Andrew Beam, were burning up every bar, club, sorority, and fraternity party they were able to. They went by the name Beam & Jewel and played 3 nights a week for the remainder of Ryan's college career.
A native of Front Royal, Virginia, the country music singer/songwriter released his first EP "Up on the Drive" in 2016. This EP helped him gain traction with his music career around his hometown, the Shenandoah Valley, and further. Along with his EP, Ryan was a runner-up in the 2015 Texaco Country Showdown, a nationwide talent search, which solidified Ryan's calling for a music career. Ryan has had the privilege of being the opening act for some major country artist's such as Marty Stuart and Lauren Alaina. He has also shared the stage with fellow Nashville artists, and Clemson buddies, Cody Webb and Doug McCormick.
Ryan's rich, baritone vocals, paired with his authentic songwriting, which reflect his own life experiences, have help build him a strong fan base who enjoy Ryan's "what you see is what you get" style of shows and attitude.
When Ryan moved to Nashville in 2017, he hit the ground running; signing a management deal with Harmony Music Group Mgt just two weeks after moving to town. "If we didn't sign him, someone would've jumped all over him as soon as he opened his mouth around town and started singing" - (Fred Conley) He started singing demo's for many established writers around town and soon after, began writing with many of those same writer's.
Ryan recently released his second studio EP "Heads, i'm yours..." to all digital platforms and is currently selling hard copies along with new merchandise at all of his shows.
Chris Darlington was born in Winchester VA. He discovered a passion for music at a young age playing in a band with his father and brother. While playing with various bands and playing at downtown Nashville he knew he wanted to keep pushing his passion for music. While juggling his career as a Police Officer, he has managed to write and record his first two singles in Nashville 2020. Some of his music influences are Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Chris Stapleton, and many more to list.
Ronnie Wolford and Logan Garrett Music are a Singer/Song Writers native to West Virginia. The acoustic duo play a wide variety of country, southern rock, alternative and original music. Come out and see this talented duo!! You won’t be disappointed!!