Lindsey Erin performs @ BK Tri-State Event on Saturday Night October 10, 2015 !

Lindsey Erin knew she wanted to be a professional singer the first time she stepped in front of an audience in her hometown elementary school. From that moment on, she has been planning and working towards her career goal as a country artist.

With the various styles of music, sonically, lyrically and via multiple genres, sometimes, music is difficult to define. When it comes to defining Lindsey Erin, however, it isn’t difficult at all. Lindsey is a country girl with a pure sense and clear understanding of exactly who she is, where she’s from and where she’s headed. Although not born in the South, the sounds of “southern roots” flow through her veins just as the blood that gives her life.

To quote an over-used expression, “Lindsey was born to sing” and in Lindsey’s words, “When I’m Talkin’ Bout Country, I’m Talkin’ Bout Me!” Lindsey Erin is known for her edgy, sassy style, powerful and crystal clear vocals and her ability to connect with her audience in every performance.

Since her debut in 2010, her career can only be described as a whirlwind. Early on, Lindsey came face to face with the fans to develop a devoted following performing at county fairs, festivals, in theaters and concert venues. Lindsey is no stranger to performing on the main stages. She has opened for numerous national acts to include Cole Swindell, Chase Rice, Craig Campbell, Jamie Lynn Spears, Parmalee, The Swon Brothers, Love and Theft, Danielle Bradbery, Joe Diffie, Eric Paslay, Chris Lane, Montgomery Gentry, Blackjack Billy, Joey Hyde, The Farm, Bucky Covington, Aaron Kelley, Dakota Bradley, Shooter Jennings, David Allan Coe and Brian Davis. The opportunities enabled her to not only garner new fans and experience, but more important, the respect of the headliners.

  In a chance meeting, Lindsey enjoyed the occasion to become acquainted with Brian Bonds, former lead guitarist for Florida Georgia-Line, where an immediate kinship was born. The result: a song entitled “Payback’s a Kiss” which depicts a different side of Lindsey that surely makes her unique. This song, as well as many others she has recently written, will captivate the crowd and have them begging for more.


She travels frequently from Pennsylvania to Nashville to write songs, attend workshops and participate in career development meetings and networking amongst the industry community on Music Row. Her definitive journey has begun as she sets her sights to achieve her goal and reach for the stars.


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New Holland Ford and Dodge supporting Blue Knights event

Our friends at New Holland Ford and Dodge are excited to help support this event. Their company is one of the largest suppliers for Ford and Dodge Police vehicles is the tri-state area!  They will be on-site as a vendor with vehicles on display !

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Local Points of Interest

With the support of the Chamber of Commerce from all three counties, we strive to provide you with information and directions for your own self guided tours, as well as guided tours to some of our favorite destinations and hidden treasures such as and including:
Reading -(20 min. north), Lancaster- (40 min. west), Philadelphia-(1 hour east), Valley Forge National Park-(35 min. east), French Creek State Park-(15 min. east), Strasburg Railroad-(40 min. west) Reading Railroad Heritage Museum-(40 min. north), Kitchen Kettle Village- (30 min west), Yuengling Brewery Tours- (1 hour north), Cabela’s Sporting Goods & Cigar International- (45 min. north)

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Covered Bridge Ride

Great rides through scenic PA like our “Covered Bridge Ride”

Raymond the Amish Comic

Raymond the Amish Comic will be with us Saturday Night!!

Hey folks, I have been on the road a little bit the past few months and have learned something quite precious, despite the Amish Mafia’s best efforts to educate the nation about the Amish life style, they have failed. It would appear that most people outside of Pennsylvania don’t know as much about the Amish as I previously believed. So I have taken it upon myself to bring some Amish wisdom to my new audiences and my old ones too. I have just launched a kind of AMISH101 at the front end of my Stand-Up Show featuring really stupid old jokes designed to actually provide some facts about my people. You will probably not learn anything but will laugh in class and not get sent out of the room.