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George Jones - The Grand Tour Tribute
Age Suitability None Specified
Category Country

George Jones - The Grand Tour Tribute

Friday, Nov 22, 2013 7:30p
Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN

Scheduled to appear: Garth Brooks, Kid Rock, Shelby Lynne, Travis Tritt, The Oak Ridge Boys, Sam Moore, Dierks Bentley, Montgomery Gentry, Sam Moore, Charlie Daniels, Jamey Johnson, and more.

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Performers at this Event
Garth Brooks
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Country music superstar Garth Brooks maintained music as his primary artistic calling throughout the 1990s, becoming one of the top-selling recording artists of all time. Along with a smattering of guest shots as himself on TV, Brooks also appeared in several country music documentaries, including Hunks With Hats (1993) with Clint Black and Alan Jackson....
Shelby Lynne
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A critically acclaimed soul-tinged country singer of the 1990s and 2000s with a deep, fluttering voice, she has also experimented with classic pop, rock, and soul. ~ Rovi
The Oak Ridge Boys
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Long-running vocal harmony group that had a successful career in gospel before achieving superstar status in the country music field. ~ Rovi
Travis Tritt
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Blending Southern rock and honky tonk, he was the voice of true rebel country during the late '80 and early '90s. ~ Rovi
Kid Rock
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Despite his urban rap lyrics, he grew up in a suburban, lakefront home, with chores that included picking apples from the family orchard and feeding horses. Started out as a DJ at parties and clubs in and around Detroit....
Sam Moore
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One half of classic '60s R&B duo Sam & Dave, continued recording raucous soul into his 70s. ~ Rovi
Montgomery Gentry
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The origins of Montgomery Gentry go back to a 1990s band containing Troy Gentry, Eddie Montgomery, and Eddie's brother John Michael Montgomery. After John Michael went off to solo stardom, Eddie and Troy formed the duo Montgomery Gentry, whose status as multi-platinum country superstars would ultimately eclipse even the considerable success of the solo Montgomery brothers....
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....
Jamey Johnson
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As a teen, he drank beer and played country songs at the grave of Hank Williams Sr. Served eight years in the Marine Corps Reserves and was discharged the same week his unit was ordered to Iraq....
Charlie Daniels
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Onetime Nashville session musician who built a strong bridge between rock and pure country, playing both with authority. ~ Rovi
Location & Nearby Info
Bridgestone Arena
501 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 770-2000
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Oct 11, 2007 - Tharrah on Garth Brooks
Not a Fan of Country Music

I can't say I have ever really enjoyed country, but if I had to pick someone from that genre to listen to, I would take Garth Brooks. This might be because he has moved closer and closer to sounds more similar to classic rock from the 1980's, but he has stood the test of time and has remained on top of genre long enough to make me think of him as the Rolling Stones of Country.