Sincere, endearing, energetic, and always smiling: All words that have been used to describe emerging country music star, Russell Dickerson, by his fans and peers alike. His infectious personality radiates in everything he does, whether he's writing a song, singing in the studio, or meeting fans. He's constantly making people laugh, and makes new friends everywhere he goes. He asserts, "I just love life. Every day is a great day!"
And lately there's been plenty to smile about. The Nashville native and Belmont University alumnus had quite the surprising summer with the incredible grassroots reaction to his current single, "Yours." The power ballad was selected for Sirius XM's The Highway Find program, which showcases new, and often times unsigned, artists to country music fans across the country. And with his song competing with artists such as Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan on the satellite radio station's weekly Hot 45 countdown, and successfully reaching #15, listeners have spent the entire summer discovering Dickerson.
Josh Gracin, re-focused on his music, New Album "Nothin Like Us" Part One Available now! Gracin released a hit single "Drink It Gone" in the summer of 2013 and is currently in studio working on a new album, "Worth This Love", slated to be released in 2014.
A Michigan native who grew up listening to country and R&B music, Gracin catapulted to fame after auditioning for the hit television series American Idol in 2003 during the show's second season.
Free Line Dance Lessons at 730 with Amanda.
$1 Drinks for the Ladies. $5 Local Cover. Bikini Bull Riding at Midnight (ya, we throw in the bikini) with $500 up for grabs! Beer pong, Pool Tables and more! Guys, this IS where the Ladies are at on Thursday Nights!
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Originally conceived to mark Montgomery Gentry's 20th anniversary, their dynamic new album Here's To You now represents the triumphant start to a new legacy. On September 8, 2017, Troy Gentry died in a helicopter crash at the age of 50. The new collection, which was recorded before his death, serves as a reminder of the iconic pair's powerful presence and also points to fruitful future for Eddie Montgomery and the Montgomery Gentry brand.
The album's title, "Here's To You," is both a tribute to Troy and to the band's rabid fans. "We don't call them fans, we call them friends," says Eddie. "They're who got us our deal." Produced by Noah Gordon (Colt Ford) and Shannon Houchins (Brantley Gilbert) the album is one of Montgomery Gentry's best. "It's probably the greatest album we've done since Tattoos & Scars," says Eddie Montgomery. "Coming up on our 20th anniversary we wanted to put out a killer album. We hunted and hunted for the right songs. In the studio we were feeling really loose. It was just beautiful and a lot of fun."
It's time for a Sunday Funday here at Stoney's Rockin Country...
Tonight we have NO COVER, Dance Lessons at 730 and 830 with Asking Questions and Save A Horse
$2 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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