Tayla Lynn & Tre Twitty

Tayla Lynn and Tre Twitty

*Our evening performance is sold out, so we have added a 2:00pm matinee! Tickets are still available! 

Tayla Lynn’s life could be a country song, which is no surprise considering she was born into the country music dynasty created by her grandmother, Loretta Lynn. She’s experienced success as a songwriter and artist, most recently as a part of the trio Stealing Angels. Tayla grew up in the heart of Tennessee and started singing with her grandmother at an early age. Her father, Ernie, played guitar in Loretta’s band and her home was always full of music.

Touring with Loretta opened the door to her record deal with the trio, Stealing Angels. The girls toured the country, and made a record with Paul Worley (Dixie Chicks, Lady Antebellum, Sara Evans). Their songs “He Better Be Dead” and “Paper Heart” both made the Billboard charts.

Tayla signed with indie label London Tone Music in 2016. Keep an eye out for this gem, she has every intention of continuing the Lynn family country music dynasty.

Tre Twitty hails from Mississippi possessed with the same love of all things music just like his beloved granddad, Conway Twitty. Growing up on a steady household diet of Conway, Elvis, Tom Jones and early 80’s pop, Tre then branched out embracing rock of the day like Guns and Roses, Kiss, and Motley Crue.

At a concert that the “queen of country music” Loretta Lynn was putting on entitled “Remembering Conway”, Tre met for the first time Tayla Lynn, the granddaughter of Loretta. Now, few duo’s in any genre of music are as beloved as Conway and Loretta. With this thought in mind, Tre and Tayla thought that the fans of their legendary grandparents might get a kick out of seeing their grandkids up on stage having a great time singing all the classic hits, solo and duo. Just as expected, the chemistry was there and the crowds are with them every step of the way.

Performance begins at 7:30pm.

Purchase tickets here.

This event has been made possible by our generous sponsors LaVahn and Mary Frances Hoh, Christopher Run Campground and Charlottesville Radio Group.