American Country band, The Lost Trailers, has been signed to perform at the 2014 Dixon May Fair. The band, who had an auspicious start playing for Willie Nelson's annual 4th of July Picnic, has turned out seven Top 40 Billboard Country singles since 2006. "Holler Back" rose to No. 9 and "How 'Bout You Don't" topped out at No. 17.
"We are excited to have The Lost Trailers take the stage in our new entertainment venue. We had an amazing turnout last year for Jon Pardi that exceeded our expectations, and we want to support these kinds of up and coming young bands," said Patricia Conklin, CEO. The Lost Trailers were nominated by the Academy of Country Music as Top New Vocal Duo or Group and Top Vocal Group in 2009 and again in 2010.
The group performs with a southern country rock influence and self-penned lyrics that tell a story. Always a hard-working band performing as many as 300 shows in a year, The Lost Trailers has opened for country greats Kenny Chesney, Dierks Bentley, Carrie Underwood and Trace Adkins.The Lost Trailers will take the stage on Friday night, May 9, in a free concert. The Dixon May Fair "Best of Show" will be held May 8-11. For more information visit DixonMayFair.com
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