Concert News

Eddie Montgomery Carries on After the Loss of Troy Gentry

After Troy Gentry’s death in a 2017 helicopter crash, Eddie Montgomery took a step back to mourn for his singing partner of over 20 years. He wasn’t in a hurry to get back onto the stage and was definitely not in a hurry to release their new album that they...Read More »

Kenny Chesney Back On The Road with Trip Around The Sun Tour

Kenny Chesney gets back to a full touring schedule this year with stadium dates and smaller amphitheater and arena concerts including his Blossom Music Center show on Wednesday, June 6.

The Trip Around The Sun Tour kicks off on April 21 at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium and will include stops in...Read More »

Craig Morgan Ready to Light Up Thirsty Cowboy with "Bonfire"

Craig Morgan was always meant to be a singer. While serving in the Army in South Korea in the 80’s he won competitions – not for marksmanship or for feats of physical aptitude, but for singing. He continued his military career serving for 10 years active and another...Read More »

Fill Miranda's Little Red Wagon at the Livin' Like Hippies Tour

There are many reasons why folks are excited to see Miranda Lambert this Saturday (March 3) at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland. The Texas born and bred singer has had every album she has released hit #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Albums Chart since her debut, Kerosene in 2005. She has charted...Read More »

Bucky Covington and Jerrod Niemann to perform at Hamler Country Fest

The Hamler Country Fest will bring Bucky Covington and Jerrod Niemann to their stage for the two-day festival in Hamler, Ohio.  The event takes place on May 18 -19 at the Hamler Summerfest Grounds.

Covington headlines the festival on Friday night. He first gained national attention when he placed eighth on...Read More »

Lee Greenwood and Sawyer Brown are coming to Ashland County Fair

It’s like getting two shows for the price of one when Lee Greenwood and Sawyer Brown come to the Ashland County Fair on Tuesday, September 18.

“The real deal here is, these are two different performers,” said Steve Englet, manager of the Ashland County Fair. “They’re not performing together, but that...Read More »

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit to Perform at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

Jason Isbell took home two Grammy’s in January and was nominated for a CMA Award last November. Not bad for a guy who doesn’t have any mainstream country hits or is even represented by a major label.

Isbell will bring his Americana Roots sound to Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica on Wednesday,...Read More »

Shelby Lynne to Perform at The Kent Stage

Shelby Lynne heads back out on the road starting today (Feb. 23) in Massachusetts and has dates scheduled through the end of April which include a performance at The Kent Stage on February 28.

Lynne first appeared on TNN’s country music show Nashville Now in 1987, and soon after...Read More »

Trace Adkins Kicks off 'How Did We Get Here Tour' in April

Trace Adkins will be keeping busy in 2018! He is currently on tour with Blake Shelton on his Country Music Freaks Tour which ends on March 17, and then he heads right back on the road for his How Did We Get Here Tour. Adkins’...Read More »

Jamboree in the Hills Announces more acts for 2018

Jamboree in the Hills announced more acts for their 42nd annual country music festival. Big & Rich, The Steel Woods, Jimmie Allen, Shane Owens, Tim Montana, Gretchen Wilson, The Kentucky Headhunters and John Conlee have joined the #JITH2018 lineup!

The new acts join the line-up for 2018 which already included...Read More »

Drew Baldridge Finds a Groove with "Guns & Roses"

Drew Baldridge has been working hard to get his music to country fans for years, and with his 2016 debut album, Dirt On Us, he did just that. The 13-song compilation contained all but two that were co-written by the Illinois native and he really struck a...Read More »

Rodney Atkins Brings Half Dozen #1's to Thirsty Cowboy

Rodney Atkins signed a contract with Curb records back in 1997, but didn’t release his debut album, Honesty, until 2003. The project spurned a couple of top 40 country hits on the charts and a #4 with the title track. His sophomore album “If You’re Going Through...Read More »

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