The Boys Open for Shenandoah

For these local 'boys,' meeting a country legend like Marty Raybon from Shenendoah was an honor they won't soon forget. Left to Right: Kevin Robinson, Marty Raybon, Adam Klett and Lee Klett. 

Last Saturday night in the Soundheim Theatre of the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center, some local boys met up with one of their dreams. Adam Klett, Lee Klett, and Kevin Robinson, of the local band, The Boys, took the stage to a sold-out house to open up for country legends, Shenandoah.

         Although playing for people is always a highlight for them, especially for their loyal fans who follow them everywhere, on this particular night, The Boys experienced another highlight hanging out backstage with Marty Raybon from Shenandoah.

         Longtime fans of the Shenandoah band, this was a dream come true for these local boys. Adam Klett admitted that the first song he ever sang Karaoke in the old Ladora School gymnasium was “Get me to the Church on the Cumberland Road.” The highlight for Lee Klett was most likely the conversation he had with Raybon about guitars where they shared a few laughs.


For the rest of this article, check out the March 6th issue of the Keota Eagle.