Live Music at the Country Fair

Enjoy Live Music at the Country Fair from 1 pm – 4 pm each day over Labor Day Weekend

Erik MacCain
Saturday, September 2nd

Erik has been playing the guitar for over thirty years.

“I am very fortunate that I have been able to retire from my twenty-one plus year career as a parole officer to focus more time on doing something I truly love and that is music.  My true passion is singing and playing the guitar for an audience, whether I’m performing solo, duo, or with a band.  Music is always on my mind and once a gig is over I can’t wait for the next one to come up.

I typically perform in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey and have provided live music for private events, wedding ceremonies and cocktail hours, corporate functions, festivals, fundraisers, and of course bars, country clubs, and restaurants.  I play a variety of music including classic rock, country, folk/singer-songwriter, as well as more current pop songs.  I’m looking forward to playing for everyone at the Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show and Country Fair! “

Sunday, September 3rd
Seamus Kelleher

He has been referred to as “a stand-up comic who happens to be a virtuoso guitar player and natural born story teller,” by New York music critic Mike Farragher. We’re talking about Ireland’s Seamus Kelleher. His music career started in his hometown of Galway in the late 60s where at age fifteen he was the opening act for major groups like Thin Lizzy. Since then, he has toured across the US and Europe performing in venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Excelsior in Rome. In 2011, after fifteen years and over 1000 performances with Philadelphia’s legendary Blackthorn, Kelleher decided it was time to go out on his own where he quickly developed a large following across the US and in Ireland.

In the hands of Kelleher, the acoustic guitar becomes a wall of sound where you feel you are listening to three or more people playing at once. Put together Kelleher’s gifted guitar playing, his distinguished singing voice, and his totally off the wall sense of humor and you end up with a family friendly show unlike anything you have ever seen.

Monday, September 4th
Sam Schmidthuber

Nashville Recording Artist, Sam Schmidthuber, a gifted singer and performer at 15, has been performing locally at different venues since the age of 9.  Sam won the 2016 PA Farm Show Has Talent Contest for vocals, and returned in 2017 to sing the National Anthem.

Sam finished recording a new EP, “Must Be” in Nashville during the summer of 2016, with many legendary Nashville musicians. The EP was released Oct. 2, 2016 and is now available for purchase through this website.  You can also download  “Must Be” on CDBaby, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, iHeartRadio and Amazon Music.

He had an awesome time performing at CMA Fest 2017, and recording a new single while he was in town.  “Unsung”, the new single is now released and available for purchase through this website or by attending a show! Sam has been nominated for the 2017 Josie Music Awards for Young Adult Entertainer of the Year, Artist of the Year and Vocalist of the Year.  He will be returning to Nashville again in September.