Hayner’s 2021 Lucky Lemonade Concert Series Features Four Live Courtyard Concerts in July

Information provided by the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center

TROY - The Lucky Lemonade Concerts are a free series in Hayner’s Courtyard on Tuesdays in July at 7:30 pm. The theme of these concerts is current, regional, original music. Terrilynn Meece, Music Manager at the Hayner says, “This is our nineth year supporting our dynamic local musicians. It has been exciting to share these artists that are actively involved in the current music scene and helping to shape our regional sound.”

   This July the Hayner will be hosting the Paisha Thomas Quartet, Someday Morning, Berachah Valley and Alyssa Hanson. Seating will be limited to the first 100 guests.

   Paisha Thomas Quartet will perform on Tuesday, July 6 at 7:30 pm. Paisha grew up in Troy and Piqua and is a descendent of the Randolph FreedPeople who journeyed here in 1830 from Virginia. She tells their story in her songs as well as her unique perspective on love, life and being a strong black woman in Ohio.

   Someday Morning is a led by Troy Brown featuring guitar, banjo, mandolin, brass, keys and percussion. They call themselves an Ohio blue collar band somewhere between rock and country, “just four guys doing what they love.” Find them at the Hayner Tuesday, July 13 at 7:30 pm.


   Berachah Valley will perform on Tuesday, July 20 at 7:30 pm. This talented band is a staple of bluegrass in our area and has been playing here for over 16 years. In 2021 they were recognized on a national level and were asked to be the bluegrass behind the new movie, “Mayberry Man.” It has been an exciting year for the Miami County band. We are fortunate to share it with them.


   Alyssa Hanson and her brother Tyler will share their sibling harmonies on Tuesday, July 27 at 7:30 pm. Alyssa Hanson is active in the Dayton music scene and has her own soulful style. She is a classically trained musician with a dose of Nashville and a bit of Broadway around the edges.

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