Wayne Richards and Southern Nights
We are quickly gearing
up to another summer of music, friends, fun, and the precious time that we get to
spend with you!
We have been blessed
with being able to share our music with you for yet another year and we owe that
totally to you! As I've said many times, we wouldn't be able to do any of
this without you - so a big shout out and thank you for your continued support!
We are really excited
to announce our next show: MACADAM'S BAR &
GRILL, SATURDAY, MARCH 23RD FROM 9PM-MIDNIGHT. Please mark it on your
calendar and save the date for your date-night or time to just get out, kick back,
and relax for a bit! They have really good food there too, so showing
up hungry is perfectly fine!
have a bunch of new dates to announce as well, but I'll cover that in our next newsletter
then, we can't wait to see you the 23rd!!!
Thank you all so much and have a fabulous day!!!
Wayne Richards and
"“When Wayne Richards & Southern Nights gathers together in front of
an audience with their impressive songbook of original songs, they own the stage.
Their music is entertainment at its very best --- fun, energetic, clever, and
free and wild. No doubt about it, they clearly own the stage. Every time Wayne
Richards & Southern Nights takes to the stage, it rekindles my appreciation
for the music that they perform. It helps to remind me of the songs that discipled,
professional musicians can create by combining their special talents.
" Michael Jones, Positively Entertainment
"“Music is the
heart, soul, and spirit of a Festival. Once in a while there comes along a singer-songwriter
with a dynamite band that’ll capture all of these ingredients with their original
songs. Wayne Richards & Southern Nights represents the perfect entertainment
for nearly any gathering.”" Cascade Geographic Society
" 'It was a wonderful
opening day,' said Jamie Inglis, who is in charge of city events coordination and
support. The market got a big musical boost from Wayne Richards and Southern Nights,
which features singer K.J. Miller and a trio of crackerjack country musicians. Inglis
was pleased to point out, 'Wayne is from Lake Oswego.' " Cliff Newell,
Lake Oswego Review