Live music tonight and tomorrow at the fair

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Paulina Jayne, a Nashville-based musician, will perform with her band at this year’s Madison County Fair.

(Posted July 12, 2022)

Live music will fill the air two nights of this year’s fair. Nashville artist Paulina Jayne and her band perform on July 12, and Marysville singer-songwriter Dan Wallace and his band take the stage on July 13. Both performances start at 7 p.m.

Paulina Jayne combines the storytelling of country music with the edge of rock-n-roll, the danceability of pop, and the thoughtfulness of folk to create what she calls “urban country.”

“Music is a vehicle for me to love people, to help them feel known and seen through song and lyric, and to create a moment that both entertains and envelops an audience for the short time I share with them,” she said.

Jayne’s song, “Love’s Gonna Always Win” has generated more than a half-million streams. The video for “Drove By,” a song about a post-breakup moment, has racked up more than 150,000 views on YouTube.

Jayne has opened for the likes of Sheryl Crow, Rascal Flatts and Sam Hunt, and shared Live Nation festival marquees with such artists as Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert and Luke Bryan.

In combination with her music career, Jayne serves as an ambassador for two non-profit organizations, Ford Driving Skills For Life and Miss Amazing, an organization that empowers girls and women who have disabilities.

The sponsor for Paulina Jayne’s show is Tri-Green.

Marysville resident and singer-songwriter Dan Wallace will take the stage with his band as part of the evening entertainment at this year’s Madison County Fair.

Hailing from Marysville, Dan Wallace prides himself on playing outlaw country, whether in an acoustic setting or a full-bore band format. He’ll have his band with him for the fair show.

Wallace recently recorded his first album, “Redemption,” in Nashville. He draws inspiration from the songwriting traditions of the country masters to create original music infused with the roots of southern rock, blues and Americana.

Music lovers can catch Wallace in action at several central Ohio venues, including Ramsey’s Pub and Benny’s Pizza in Marysville and Double Barrel Kitchen & Bar in Westerville. He recently played at Woodlands Tavern and Ohio Brewing in Columbus and Rockin’ Horse Saloon in Sandusky. He is scheduled to perform at the Madison County Farm Bureau Barn Bash on Aug. 12 at the Madison County Fairgrounds.

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