It was a homecoming of family, friends and fairgoers who came to the Susan Knapp Amphitheater at the Iowa State Fair on Monday, Aug. 16 to hear Etan Moses, and two other Iowa artists, sing in what was billed as the Iowa Country Showcase.
Etan, the daughter of Mark and Melissa Doll of Lynnville, sang “Country Mile Love,” “Thankful,” and “Stained Glass Sunday,” three numbers she co-wrote with Wes Strunk and Nate Johnson of Nashville.
Also performing with Etan were two up and coming country artists, Adam Whitehead of Pella and Hunter Mason of Ottumwa.
Etan is surrounded by members of the Doll and James families following her concert on the Susan Knapp Amphitheater at the Iowa State Fair on Monday, Aug. 16.
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