Night Flyer

This con­cert was orig­i­nal­ly sched­uled for August 9 but was post­poned. It will now hap­pen this Tuesday, August 23.

Legacy Nights, the pop­u­lar live music series at Legacy Grove park, con­tin­ues this Tuesday, fea­tur­ing the music of The Night Flyers and Jayce Turley.

The head­line band pro­claims itself “Central Kentucky’s pre­mier Eagles trib­ute band.” A quick lis­ten to a sam­pling of the cov­ers on their web­site reveals a very tal­ent­ed band that is faith­ful to the music of the leg­endary California country/rock band. 

Turley is a new Bluegrass musi­cian from Greenup County. At only 17 years old, he has an album, The Opening Act, which has reached 100,000 plays on Spotify and Apple Music. 

This will be the fourth of the six-part music series, which debuted this year at Winchester’s Legacy Grove Park at 1107 Lexington Avenue. Tuesday’s show is spon­sored by Ale‑8 and will also fea­ture sev­er­al area food ven­dors and kids’ booths. The music starts at 5:30.

  • Pete Koutoulas

    Pete is an IT pro­fes­sion­al work­ing in Lexington. Formerly of Campton, he and his wife have lived in Winchester since 2015. Pete is a for­mer week­ly news­pa­per pub­lish­er and for­mer colum­nist for the Winchester Sun. These days, when not work­ing he can often be found on his back porch read­ing or writ­ing, in the back­yard tend­ing to his toma­to plants, or put­ter­ing around in his garage or work­shop. Reach Pete at pete@wincitynews.org.