AMERICAN MADE TOUR comes to Evansville.
Justin Moore & Lee Brice, two of country music’s most dynamic performers, will ring in 2017 with their co-headlined “American Made” tour. The two will be heading into Evansville, IN on April 21st at the Ford Center. The show features special guest: Brett Young.
Moore released his fourth album ‘Kinda Don’t Care’ — his third #1 debut on the Country charts — in August. The lead single from the album, the Top-5 and-rising “You Look Like I Need a Drink,” lines up right alongside his chart-topping Platinum and Gold-certified hits “Small Town USA,” “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away,” “Point at You” and “Lettin’ The Night Roll.” This also follows two Gold-certified albums ‘Justin Moore’ and ‘Outlaws Like Me.’ He debuted music from his new album last month with a live performance during the Fox & Friends’ All-American Summer Concert Series.
Lee Brice is a multiple ACM and CMA award winner with a GRAMMY nomination, six RIAA platinum singles – and more than 10 Million singles sold —under his belt. The “melodically eloquent”
(New York Times) power vocalist, songwriter and producer has celebrated five #1s including “I Drive Your Truck” and “Drinking Class” and was most recently honored by the RIAA during a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden for the platinum certification of his #1 radio single, “I Don’t Dance.” He quickly followed that career milestone with performances on NBC’s “The Voice,” “Today” and ABC’s
“The Bachelor Live.”
Although it's tempting to call Brantley Gilbert a country artist -with #1 hits like "Bottoms Up," and hit singles like "Small Town Throwdown" and "One Hell of an Amen" he certainly embraces the outlaw country side of things -- in many ways his music is closer to the heartland sentiments of artists like John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, and perhaps most apt, Steve Earle. Gilbert blends country music with the swaggering sounds of Southern rock creating a hard-stomping country/rock/soul mixture that's hard to forget.
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To date, the organization’s signature fundraiser has raised more than $3 million in support of year-round programs and events, including a record $690,232 in 2016. More than 3,000 individuals are expected to take the plunge this year, raising a minimum of $75 each.