PHOTOS: Grammy-winning musicians delight Ontario with 4-hour show

The Reckless Kelly members brought another Braun brother, Micky Braun from Micky & The Motorcars, onstage along with Micky's daughter Ali during their set at the Malheur County Fair on Friday, July 30, 2021. (ANGELINA KATSANIS/The Enterprise)

ONTARIO - Music of country rock filled the air at the Malheur County Fair for nearly four hours on Friday, July 30. Idaho music icon Muzzie Braun opened the concert in authentic cowboy style with just his acoustic guitar and singing about Western life. He was then followed by Micky and the Motorcars, including his two sons Micky and Gary Braun. The Grammy-winning, headlining band Reckless Kelly followed to close out the night, featuring the other two Braun brothers, Willy and Cody.

The famous bands in the small town of Ontario was without a doubt a summer highlight and people . . .