"They bridge the years from traditional country music to today."
Wilson Fairchild is a country music duo made up of Wil and Langdon Reid from the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. These two men, referred to as “the Reid boys,” have been writing, performing and playing music together their whole lives. To sum up their passion and drive for their music and career, a self-penned line from their title cut, “Country On”, says it all: “We love country music and we’ll never let it die.”
They get their “entertainment chops” honestly. Wil’s dad is Harold Reid and Langdon’s dad is Don Reid of the legendary Statler Brothers. In 2007, Wil and Langdon wrote a tribute to the Statlers simply called ‘The Statler Brothers Song.” They were asked to be a part of the medallion ceremonies and to perform the song for all of their “Statler dads” when the Brothers were inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and the Country Music Hall of Fame.
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Date: December 7, 2019
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From the last few years to the present, Wil and Langdon keep adding successes to their resume, as well as friends and fans to their Facebook page. Their engaging personalities coupled with their musical talent and impromptu wit is a perfect match for any audience. For 3 1/2 years, they opened the show for the one and only George Jones. They have graced the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. They’ve been featured on Larry’s
Country Diner on RFD-TV. They were also part of a DVD series called Country’s Family Reunion: Second Generations, which is also being aired on RFD-TV. On the Generations show, the guys performed one of their favorite Statler songs their dads wrote, along with their tribute to the Statlers, ‘The Statler Brothers Song.” They sang “The National Anthem” before Toby Keith took the stage on July 4th, 2012 at the PGA Classic. Wilson Fairchild also sang “The National Anthem” at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland before the Orioles game in July of 2012. They continue to add shows and appearances daily to their calendar.