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Stagecoach Country Music Festival
Phone (888) 512-SHOW
Age Suitability All Ages

Stagecoach Country Music Festival

Friday, Apr 26, 2013 12:00p
Empire Polo Club Indio, CA

Stagecoach Country Music Festival at Empire Polo Club.

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Performers at this Event
Jeff Bridges
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The son of actor Lloyd Bridges, Jeff Bridges made his screen bow as a petulant infant in the arms of his real-life mother, Dorothy, in the 1950 Jane Greer melodrama The Company She Keeps ; his troublesome older brother in that film was played by his real older brother Beau....
Marty Stuart
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Hugely popular, especially in the 90s, with his powerful blend of country and rockabilly. ~ Rovi
John Anderson
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Member of the men's track team as a high jumper while at the University of Missouri, serving as the team's captain during his senior season. Held broadcasting jobs in Tulsa and Phoenix before anchoring at ESPN....
Charley Pride
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Trailblazing country singer who emerged in the 1960s with breezily melancholic songs full of hope and longing. ~ Rovi
Don Williams
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Don Williams's mellow, amiable baritone and easygoing approach made him one of the biggest country stars of the 1970s. With simple arrangements, straightforward songs, and an emotionally honest but endearingly laconic delivery, Williams had an instantly appealing signature sound....
Dwight Yoakam
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A top-selling country music star since the mid-'80s, multi-talented Dwight Yoakam branched out into acting in the 1990s. Born in Kentucky, Yoakam was raised in Ohio and attended college at Ohio State University....
Toby Keith
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Born in Clinton, OK, in 1961, Toby Keith grew up on a farm just outside Oklahoma City and took to the guitar before he reached the age of nine, growing proficient with remarkable speed and efficiency....
Roger McGuinn
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Seminal folk rock group the Byrds went through so many line-up changes it's hard to keep track; however, the one constant was frontman Roger McGuinn. Originally known as Jim McGuinn (he changed his name to Roger at the behest of his guru), the singer-songwriter/guitarist left an indelible mark on pop music by playing a key role in the merging of acoustic folk forms with electric rock and introducing a new style of guitar playing based on the 12-string version of the instrument....
Tanya Tucker
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A pre-teen country sensation in the early '70s, who integrated rock music and controversial material before returning to mainstream country. ~ Rovi
Hank Williams, Jr.
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The son of country music's greatest name, and a superstar in his own right by painting himself as a rowdy redneck country-rocker in the '70s. ~ Rovi
Trace Adkins
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After the success of his single "(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing" in 1996, country singer and songwriter Tracy "Trace" Darrell Adkins went on to produce a number of successful studio albums and a greatest hits compilation throughout the late '90s and 2000s; all but one of them reached gold or higher status....
Rodney Atkins
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Baseball cap-wearing country singer Rodney Atkins is a Tennessee native whose earthy, story-song style often reflects his hardscrabble Southern roots. Though Atkins was originally signed to Curb Records in the late 1990s, his career did not really take off until 2003 with the hit single "Honesty (Write Me A List)....
Darius Rucker
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Darius Rucker is riding high with the release of his sophomore country album, Charleston, SC 1966, on Capitol Records Nashville. USA Today raved, "Rucker has made a fine-sounding country album, full of singable choruses, bittersweet fiddle and steel, and guitars with bottomless twang," and Rolling Stone said, “On his Nashville debut, Rucker's rich baritone, sentimental ballads and bright hooks made him the most successful African-American country singer since Charley Pride....
Phil Vassar
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Nashville based singer-songwriter named ASCAP's Country Songwriter of the Year in 1999. ~ Rovi
Nick 13
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Best known as the leader of the hard-hitting psychobilly trio Tiger Army, guitarist, singer, and songwriter Nick 13 has expanded on his commanding reputation in the punk and rockabilly communities with a solo career in which he indulges his passion for classic country sounds....
Hayes Carll
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Born Joshua Hayes Carll, Texas singer and songwriter Hayes Carll received his first guitar at the age of 15 and almost immediately began writing songs, influenced by the likes of Bob Dylan, John Prine, Kris Kristofferson, Dead Poets Society, and the Beat novels and writings of Jack Kerouac, all of which continued to reverberate in his mature songwriting style....
Dierks Bentley
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The name Dierks is a surname on his mother's side. Moved to Nashville at age 19 and landed a job at The Nashville Network researching classic country music. Winner of the Academy of Country Music Award for Top New Artist of the Year 2003....
Old Crow Medicine Show
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Formed in the late 1990s, the Nashville-via-upstate-New York country-folk band Old Crow Medicine Show is part of a substantial crop of acts bringing a D.I.Y. punk attitude to bear on traditional American roots music....
The Little Willies
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Alt-country supergroup led by folk singer Richard Julian and jazz-pop superstar Norah Jones. ~ Rovi
Justin Townes Earle
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The son of maverick Texas songwriter Steve Earle (and carrying the middle name of his dad's mentor, Townes Van Zandt), Justin Townes Earle shares just a hint of his father's vocal style in his voice, and like the elder Earle, he writes his own songs, but aside from the fact that both Earles fall to the country side of the Mason-Dixon Line, there are probably far more differences in their musical approaches than there are similarities....
Zac Brown Band
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Country-pop crossover band with a summery, beach-bum touch. ~ Rovi
Connie Smith
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Country singer Connie Smith became an overnight sensation in 1964, when her recording of Bill Anderson’s "Once A Day" shot to the top of the U.S. country charts where it stayed for eight weeks....
Lady Antebellum
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Lady Antebellum's truth is in the music. But the alchemy which forged this seven time Grammy award winning trio extends beyond its signature vocal blend and heartfelt songwriting gifts. With a self-titled double platinum debut album and triple platinum second effort—Need You Now—it's easy to applaud their amazing achievements, but equally significant is the underlying importance of the group's shared heartbeat....
Lonestar
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Country-rock band that scored pop hits plus critical plaudits with a blend of rich harmonies and deep-rooted affection for country tradition. ~ Rovi
Thompson Square
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A husband-and-wife country duo comprised of Keifer Thompson and Shawna Thompson, Thompson Square combine classic rock, country, and singer/songwriter strands into a sharp, pleasant country-pop mix....
Blue Sky Riders
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Kenny Loggins may give Blue Sky Riders star power but he doesn't overwhelm the trio he formed with Nashville-based singer/songwriters Gary Burr and Georgia Middleman in the early years of the 2010s....
The Charlie Daniels Band
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From his Dove Award winning gospel albums to his genre-defining Southern rock anthems and his CMA Award-winning country hits, few artists have left a more indelible mark on America's musical landscape than Charlie Daniels....
Location & Nearby Info
Empire Polo Club
Avenue 51
Indio, CA 92201
(706) 342-2762
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Reviews & Comments
USER REVIEWS
Oct 21, 2009 - DunnDidIt on Zac Brown Band
Can't Wait.

My wife and I cant wait, we plan on having a nice dinner that night at Woody's Steak House, and go to the show huge zac brown fans.

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May 05, 2008 - pobrien on Jeff Bridges
Jeff Bridges was surprisingly well cast in Iron Man

I never really loved the guy, always felt he had this strange look of consternation. But a great character in Iron Man that moved him from a three and a half star actor to 4 stars. I've seen his broader range and I'm impressed.

Jan 28, 2008 - TheresaZ on Phil Vassar
Phil Vassar Rocks The Big Easy!!

You must see this multi-talented performer in concert. Phil rocked the place, had the entire crowd on their feet singing along with his catchy, memorable songs that talk directly to your heart....and get your heart pumping! Vassar's energy is every where as he jumps from one side of the stage to the other using his piano as a spring board in between. With songs like "Love Is A Beautiful Thing"and his crowd-pleasing "I'll Take That As A Yes," Phil entertained young and old with an intimate concert which leaves you feeling like you actually know the guy. Phil spends ample time signing autographs and talking with his fans; something most entertainers don't have time for....This singer/songwriter is easily my favorite to see live, however his CD's are equally as great to listen to in your car. Once you see this talented man in concert, you'll be instantly addicted. Also, try not to miss his acoustic shows. They sell out nearly every venue. Phil Vassar rocked the house at The Big Easy in Spokane, WA...don't miss him if he comes to your town!!!

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