Nashville songwriter, guitarist and producer Jeff Dayton and one of Music City’s busiest touring and recording artists will be in Sedona this weekend for a “Salute to Glen Campbell” concert. Jeff toured 15 years with Hall of Fame member Glen Campbell as his band leader.
You will have a chance to meet Jeff Saturday night March 25th at 7pm in the Sound Bites Grill showroom located in uptown Sedona. The Jeff Dayton band will be doing a special salute to Glen Campbell where Jeff will tells the stories and play the music that he experienced with his 15 years on the road and in the studio with the legendary country music artist.
Jeff’s years with Glen Campbell were filled with stories, shows and adventures, traveling and recording with one of America’s best-loved and most-respected country/pop artists of all time. It’s only natural that with Glen’s retirement since his Alzheimer’s diagnosis, there would be a demand for his music to still be heard. Jeff has been answering that call with his Salute to Glen Campbell concerts.
Dayton has also toured with Kenny Chesney, Lee Greenwood; in addition to other artists Jeff has backed include Willie Nelson, Toby Keith, Buck Owens, Steve Wariner, John Michael Montgomery, Bryan White, Mark Wills and many more.
With songs recorded by George Strait, Doug Stone, Sarah Darling, Grammy winning zydeco artist Chubby Carrier and placed on hit shows The Voice and Hawaii Five-O, Jeff is a dynamic and interactive entertainer who loves performing live, making records and sharing his music all over the US.
If you are looking for things to do in Sedona after your day on the red rocks, a jeep tour or hike on one of the many amazing trails. Finish the day off with some world class entertainment. Sound Bits Grill offers fresh seafood, hand cut all natural steaks, healthy choices and is kid friendly. You won’t be disappointed any night of the week with the nightlife.
The show is filled with Glen’s hits, led by his former right-hand man. Dayton calls on fellow alumni from the tours and together, they share the joys and fun, the stories behind the songs and an intimate reflection on the pain of a great friend slipping away from us all.
Tickets for the show range from $30-$50 (VIP-first two rows). The venue is a modern day supper club. You may enjoy dinner at the table you watch the concert at as a great option for the evening. The venue is small so every seat is a good seat and you experience an up-close and intimate setting. The doors open at 5:30 and seating is on a first come first serve basis in the section you purchase tickets in. Seating is social so you meet new people.