Welcome to the 50th Annual Grabill Country Fair
**Subject to change**
Steve Scott & The Scott Brothers
Steve Scott grew up around music for as long as he can remember. He played with his dad the late Albert Scott at a very early age. Albert Scott founded the Bluegrass Gospel Aires in the early 70s to the 80s. Steve Scott taught his son Steve Scott Jr. how to play the banjo at the age of 8 years old and then went on to teach his youngest son Brian to play the mandolin at the age of 7. Then he taught his nephew Israel Danials to play the upright Bass at the age of 7.
Steve also runs the Bluegrass Festival in Van Wert, Ohio, which will run September 21, 22, and 23rd of this year. Steve Scott along with his sons and nephew perform all around the surrounding areas as Steve Scott and the Scott Brothers.
Steve Scott & The Scott Brothers will perform on the Main Stage Thursday 7-9pm in place of Cumberland Gap which had to cancel due to a medical emergency.
Strolling Through the Fair
“Break the chains! We’re spreading harmony through song!”
The Chain Gang Barbershop quartet formed in 1997 and is noted for its a-cappella four-part harmony, a style that is unmistakably unique and pleasing to the ear. The Chain Gang performs for reunions, corporate events and festivals all over Northern Indiana and while two of the members are from Warsaw, the group is based in Columbia City as part of the Chain-O-Lakes Barbershop Chorus. We are proud members of the international organization, the Barbershop Harmony Society. More info here.
The Chain Gang will be strolling through the fair Saturday 2-4pm.