LIVERPOOL TWP. — At Valley City’s 84th annual Street Fair, a Buckeye High School alum will be performing.
The fair will begin at 6 p.m. Aug. 17 with the national anthem performed by the Buckeye High School Marching band and the flag-raising by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5563.
The event — held at the fire department, 6700 Center Road — runs through Aug. 19 and will include classic fair food such as french fries, lemonade and sausage sandwiches, and raffles, drawings and music. The event will be
The Caliber Band, a country group, will perform 7 p.m. Aug. 17 and the Buckshot Band will play 7 p.m. Aug. 18
On Aug. 19, York Township native Styles Haury and his band will take the stage at 5 p.m.
Haury, 23, grew up attending Buckeye Schools and graduated in 2013.
He became involved in music more than a decade ago.
“There was a country band that performed in my dad’s garage … ever since I was 5 years old until I was 8 years old. One of the drummers there actually bought me a drum set,” Haury said.
“I’ve played music since I’ve been about 8 years old. Finally, I just decided to quit my job and move out to Nashville and had a little bit of success with that,” Haury said in a telephone interview.
After moving to Nashville, he and his band signed with record label Black River Entertainment. This is the same label that has worked with country artists such as Kelsea Ballerini and Craig Morgan. Through this label, he produced his first single, “Get Away.”
“I’m just a kid with a pocket full of dreams who moved out to Nashville and had some success with it,” Haury said.