NASH FM 100.1 is PROUD to welcome Big & Rich to the Missouri State Penitentiary on June 30 at 8 pm as part of the Salute to America festival! They’re coming to OUR city – down “by the river in Jeff City, MO” (it’s only fitting that they come to the city they named in their song, right?). Opening for them will be Crossroad Station at 5p, Murphy’s Ford at 6p, and Stone Sentate at 7p.
NASH FM 100.1 is giving its’ listeners a chance to WIN tickets in the coming months – so keep up with us on-air and online!
Tickets are just $54 general admission (only 2,500 tickets) + a service fee! VIP tickets are $250 + service fee (only 40 tickets available).
Get your tickets here for this unprecedented, historic concert inside the walls of the Missouri Sate Penitentiary- what was once known at the “bloodiest 47 acres in America.”
Big & Rich:
Big & rich are an American country music duo composed of Big Kenny and John Rich, bot of whom are songwriters, vocalists, and guiatrists. Berfore the duo’s foundations, Rich was a bass guitarist in the country band Lonestar, while Kenny was a solo artist for Hollywood Records/ Their first studio album, Horse of a different Color, was released in 2004. The album produced four straight Top 40 country hits, including the number 11 “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy),” plus collaborations with Cowboy Troy, Gretchen Wilson, Martina McBride and Bon Jovi. Comin’ to Your City was release in November 2005 followed by another Top 20 Single the Vietnam-War-inspired “8th of November”. Joining the duo on this album were Cowboy Troy, Gretchen Wilson, and Kris Kristofferson.
SMG Records Nashville recording artist Crossroad Station have been developing their brand of against the grain, boot to the mouth, country music for fans since 2010. These Ohio boys have blended many deep rooted country, rock, and blues influences to craft their own unique guitar driven sound that can instantly be recognized. Their new album “Our Neck of the Woods” is available now, and like the album, their live shows are full of emotion, energy, stories and gratitude. The five piece band plays 150+ shows a year and has shared the stage with: Tracy Lawrence, Colt Ford, Little Texas, Aaron Tippin, Marty Stuart, Kentucky Headhunters, Bo Bice, Chris Cagle, and many others!
STONE SENATE is a 5 piece contemporary Southern Rock band hailing from Nashville, Tennessee. With collective musical influences as varied as hard rock, bluegrass, funk, metal, and classic country, STONE SENATE, has often been compared to such classic acts as the Allman Brothers and a heavier Lynyrd Skynyrd with an undeniably original twist. Out front is the unforgettable, commanding voice and presence of Clint Woolsey (lead vocals, guitar). The intertwining, simultaneously melodic and face melting dual lead & rhythm guitars of Marcus Brown and newest member James Beau Edwards swirl over the “blood bonded” rhythm section groove created by brothers – David Zettler ( drums) and Paul Zettler (bass).