Dave and Daphne will return to the Rio Grande Valley for their third year starting in January. Dave and Daphne have created a duo with the energy of a Las Vegas Show but with country roots. The show features a down-to-earth guy and girl with the desire to provide quality, clean entertainment.
Dave Salyer toured the world with Barbara Mandrell and has appeared at the White House on three occasions.
Roy Clark considered him to be one of the most fabulous guitarists on the planet. Mandrell said, “He is the best guitarist I ever had.” His repertoire ranges from “Orange Blossom Special” to “Flight of the Bumblebee” and “William Tell Overture.” In addition he is an accomplished vocalist, songwriter and humorist.
Daphne Anderson grew up in Albany Georgia. She performed in pageants, talent contests and churches while in college and toured with some of the greatest Southern Gospel Music groups of all time including The Bill Gaither Group, The Florida Boys, The Cathedrals, Rex Nelon, The Hinsons and others. She was once voted Southern Gospel Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year.
With a voice considered to be a cross between Patsy Cline and Shania Twain, she decided to move to Nashville to pursue a singing career. She does impressions of Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette. She learned to yodel in Patsy Montanan classic style for “Cowboy’s Sweetheart,” and sings the smash hit from “Titanic” – “My Heart Will Go On.”
Look for Dave and Daphne on Jan. 4 at Winter Haven Village in Pharr; Jan. 5, Lakewood Jan. 6, Texas Mobile Park, McAllen; Jan. 7, Bentsen Palm Village, Mission; Jan. 8, First Colony, San Benito; Jan. 9, Mobile Gardens, Mission; Jan. 10, Rio Valley Estates, Weslaco; Jan. 11, Seven Oaks Resort, Mission’ Jan. 12, Citrus Valley, McAllen, (2:30 p.m.); Jan. 12, Snow to Sun; Jan. 14 Paradise South Resort, Mercedes and Jan 16, Trophy Gardens.
On Jan. 17 they will be at Paradise South Resort in Mercedes and Pasada Del Sol in Harlingen; Jan. 18, Kenwood Resort, La Feria, Jan. 19, Ranchero Village, Weslaco; Jan. 21, Trails End, Weslaco, Jan. 22, Bit-O-Heaven, Donna (6:30 p.m.) Jan. 23, Bentsen Grove, Mission; Jan. 25, Palmdale Resort, San Benito; Jan. 26, Leisure World, Weslaco; Jan. 27, Citrus Mobile Park, Edinburg; Jan. 28 The Grove Subdivision, San Juan (6:30 p.m.); Jan. 29, Breezelake Resort, Brownsville; Jan. 30, Texas Trails, Pharr and Jan. 31, Pleasant Valley Resort, Mission.
Unless otherwise noted, all shows will be at 7 p.m. For additional shows, watch for their ads in the Wintertainer™ section of the Winter Texan Times.