Stoney's Rockin' Country

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Jackson Michelson
18 and over!
Friday, October 11th

Raised in Corvallis, Oregon, Jackson Michelson kicked off his country career on the West Coast, carving out a sound that blended the rootsy twang of the American South with the sunny, feel-good spirit of the Pacific Coast. Nashville – the official capital of country music – lay 2,300 miles to the southeast, but Michelson focused on his home turf first, building an audience of West Coast fans who were drawn to his high-energy shows and relatable songwriting. By the time he did move to Nashville, he'd already spent years on the road, growing his fan base show-by-show and earning a record contract with Curb Records in the process. It's been a wild ride for the man who grew up in the "Grass Seed Capital of the World," listening to the diverse sounds of his mother's favorite country songs and his Dad's soul records. "Corvallis is a small college town," he says of his Oregon home, whose farms supply much of the town's teenage population with work during the warmer months. "You go to school, and in the summer you work on the farm starting at age 12. You either bale hay or drive the combine. That's what most kids do, every single year."

Doors at 7pm – Live music at 10pm – 18+

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18 and over

Friday, October 18th

With statistics that add up to what Jägertown has done thus far, they are proving to be one of the hottest emerging groups in country music. Their musicianship, razor-sharp vocals and songs they have released have shaped country music fans. They have reached new heights, charting three country singles (Rearview #26, Small Town Superstars #29 and She Won't Be Lonely #53) and even made their Nashville debut during CMA Awards week. Sometimes it is easy to forget why one wanted to be in the limelight in the first place. But not with Jägertown. Time, dedication, motivation and success have only put them closer to their dreams. It was twelve years ago in Utah when five passionate musicians from tremendously different backgrounds came together with a dream of creating and performing country music. They each brought their own unique influences and experiences that shaped them into the cutting-edge band they are today.

Doors at 7pm – Live music at 10pm – 18+

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Carly Pearce with Ryan Griffin
18 and over

Satuday, October 19th

Carly Pearce has been there. Trying to make her dream come true, the 20-something knows what dead ends look like, how pulled up short feels and that the irrepressibility of want to will lift you up over and over again. Getting close, falling apart, being in love, bad boyfriends, crummy jobs, finding your way, second chances, enduring tenacity and people who understand are the essence of EVERY LITTLE THING, Carly's life is chronicled throughout her 13-track debut album on Big Machine Records.

"I think what I've lived and am writing about has happened to everyone," explains the willowy honey blond with the voice that sounds like smoke or warm bourbon. "Raw, real, I'm not trying to hide anything, And I think by sharingmystruggles, whether you're a young girl or someone my age or my mom's,you're either going to experience it, are going through it or already have."

"But you're going to know there's truth here, because these songs are snapshots! There are musical clips of where I've gone, where I want to go, what I want out of relationships and my expectations out of life. I'm learning I'm okay – and at 27, this is exactly who I am."

Carly is currently exploding at country radio with "Every Little Thing," a naked ballad that bristles with the agony of being left. Stark in a time of massive productions, the hollow beat throbs like a pulse and the melody drags with the ache of one who can't let go. But what really stands out is Carly's voice: slightly powdery in places, silvery in others, it has a raw muscular twist like a knife being turned.

Florida's Ryan Griffin is an emotive singer/songwriter with a sound that straddles contemporary country, adult contemporary pop, and R&B. Interested in music from a young age, Griffin grew up listening to his parents' Vince Gill and George Strait records.

Doors at 7pm – Live music at 93pm – 18+

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Every Thursday Night! $2 Drinks for the Ladies

Free Line Dance Lessons at 730 with Amanda.

$2 Drinks for the Ladies. $5 Local Cover. Bikini Bull Riding at Midnight every 1st Thursday! Beer pong, Pool Tables and more! Guys, this IS where the Ladies are at on Thursday Nights!

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It's time for a Sunday Funday here at Stoney's Rockin Country...
Sunday's we have NO COVER, Dance Lessons at 7:30 and 8:30!
$4 Well, Wine and Draft for Everyone! Pool Tables, Beer Pong and Ice Cold PBR!

Let's finish off the week with some Country!

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