AVAILABILITY

The Country Express will play for virtually any type of get together you may be planning, big or small, and we are proud of our reputation as the best country band to dance to in New York's southern tier.  We will even throw in some square dances if you want!

The Country Express had a busy schedule last year playing in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.  Therefore we request that you contact us as soon as possible to schedule your event for 2017.  We hope you have a great year, so check back every so often for schedule updates!

PRICING

The Country Express has kept its pricing competitive because we enjoy playing, and we will travel any reasonable distance while maintaining standard pricing.

CONTACT US

For more information about The Country Express or to request us for an event, click here or contact:

Terri Whitney

Call: 607-829-8408

Email: info@thecountryexpressband.com

 

ONEONTA _ A Delaware County country band celebrated its 500th show Sunday by playing for a packed house at the Oneonta Elks Lodge. Country Express has been playing classic country, mixed with modern country and a little rock for 14 years. The 500-show milestone happened at the Tri-County Singles Club dance Sunday night.

ONEONTA _ A Delaware County country band celebrated its 500th show Sunday by playing for a packed house at the Oneonta Elks Lodge.

Country Express has been playing classic country, mixed with modern country and a little rock for 14 years.

The 500-show milestone happened at the Tri-County Singles Club dance Sunday night.

One of their first songs was the standard "Crazy" penned by Willie Nelson and made famous by Patsy Cline.

Dozens of dancers filled the floor, including Reba and Dick Sage of Hamden. The couple has been dancing together for 57 years -- nearly a decade before Nelson wrote the ballad. They have been married for 52 years.

"This band is good," Reba Sage said as they returned to their table. "These guys are one of the best."

Dick Sage said he and his wife often hit the dance floor.

"Every week," Sage, 75, said.

 

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