About Jack & Davis Reid

Jack & Davis Reid are the Grandson's of the legendary Statler Brothers, Harold and Don Reid. They are also the sons of Wilson Fairchild. This duo get their talent and abilities honestly, and come from a long line of entertainment. There is no way to explain  Jack & Davis, other than apples from the same tree. These two young men bring a very captivating and entertaining show to the stage every time. They are very proud of where they come from, and honor their grandfathers legacy. Even though they pay tribute to their grandfathers by performing some of their hits, they are also their own show. They are not simply following in the same footsteps, or riding coattails. They do their own thing. Jack & Davis are also very down to earth, and love connecting with their fans. Talking about them, sharing stories, and such with fans is a joy to them. You will not be sorry in coming to see this show, as they certainly know how to entertain. This is a MUST SEE performance, and will not only allow you to remember just how much you loved the Statler's, but also give you a fresh new act to follow and love as well. They're filling theatre's and venues allover, and are coming back to The Monroe Theatre. Yes, we had them here before. It was very short notice, and we had no time to get the word out, and still had well over a ⅓ capacity in the short three days we had to advertise. This show is one you will remember for a long time to come, and you will absolutely love them. Their amazing personalities are infectious.

The Monroe Theatre

 when it started in Built in 1939, The Monroe Theatre rapidly became a hub for a wide variety of entertainment. Starting as a movie house in December of 1939, The Monroe quickly evolved into a pretty complex venue by August of 1940 when it started its own Country Music Jamboree. The theatre hosted some of the biggest names in Hollywood, Nashville, and nearly every start of the Wheeling Jamboree performed here. The Monroe was very well known it its day, and was nick named “The Stage of Southeast Ohio” The theatre ran like a runaway train until January of 1977 when her stage fell dark, and closed forever. After sitting silent for 42 tears, The Monroe Arts Council acquired the building in 2016, and began renovations immediately. We continue everyday with restoration efforts and will continue until complete restoration has been achieved. The first band stepped back on stage in May of 2019, and its been a whirlwind ever since. Movies, Nashville Stars, Las Vegas and Hollywood stars alike, The Monroe is again charging forward. Our following grows daily, and again the Monroe is becoming well know allover. We invite you to come see us and take a step back in time. There's so much more we could go on and on about, but what we really hope to say when you visit is Welcome Home…