Gayville Hall presents "The Hay Country Jamboree," starring Wakonda native Dan Kilbride, Dalton Coffey, John and Susan McNeill, Nick Schwebach, and Owen DeJong, on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 8 p.m. in Gayville.
The two-hour show is a fast-paced "extravaganza of old-time American popular song, country, bluegrass, and humor," according to Gayville Hall proprietor Doug Sharples.
Kilbride and Coffey, of Sioux Falls, perform traditional bluegrass music on banjo and guitar, respectively, and have been members of the Jamboree from its beginning in 2007. Kilbride, the duo's singer, is widely known for both his humor and his virtuosity as a player.
The McNeills, of Springfield, sing classic country and original tunes and have been Gayville Hall's country music hosts since the alcohol-and-smoke-free music venue opened in 2001.
Schwebach is a singer and guitarist, and DeJong is a fiddler who holds a master's degree in violin performance. The rural Wakonda residents began playing American popular tunes from the early 20th century as a duo in 1979. They also lead the Poker Alice Band.
Gayville Hall is located at 502 Washington Street in Gayville. Tickets are $12.50 at the door, or $15 reserved. Call 605-267-2859.