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Country in the Northeast — November 6

This weekend features two shows in the Northeast. Gloriana will perform for free at the Mohegan Sun Wolf Den on Friday night. The show is 21+, but if you’re looking to see some great country music for cheap the Wolf Den is the place to be. Saturday night David Nail, Frankie Ballard, and Native Run will take the stage at the House of Blues in Boston. This all ages show starts early at 6 and will showcase a high energy performer in Ballard and one of the best vocalists in country music, David Nail. Tickets for the event can be found here.


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Country in the Northeast — October 30

This weekend is highlighted by Hunter Hayes Tattoo (Your Name) Tour. The show will stop at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY on Friday night and then head to the campus of the University of Rhode Island at the Ryan Center on Saturday night. A setlist for the show can be found here and tickets for both events can be found here. Additionally, Brett Eldredge and Brothers Osborne will be playing a special show at the House of Blues in Boston on Thursday night. Tickets for this exclusive show can be purchased here.


Note: Above Images are from artist’s press profiles.

Country in the Northeast — October 23

This weekend is highlighted by three nights of Eric Church’s The Outsiders Tour with Dwight Yoakam and Brandy Clark as opening acts. The tour stops in Manchester, NH at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Thursday night followed by two nights in Uncasville, CT at Mohegan Sun. The shows setlist can be found here and a preview of the show can be found here. If that’s not your style Jon Pardi will be performing in bars across the region wit Joey Hyde as an opening act. They’re at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill in Foxborough, MA on Friday, The Asylum in Portland, ME on Saturday, and will perform for free at the Mohegan Sun Wolf Den on Sunday night. Tickets are still available for all of these shows. Tickets for The Outsiders Tour can be found here, Jon Pardi in Foxborough can be found here, and Jon Pardi in Portland can be found here. Enjoy the weekend and check out some country music!


Note: Jon Pardi’s show at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill is all ages, at The Asylum the show is 18+, and at Mohegan Sun’s Wolf Den it’s 21+.

Justin Moore Takes Us to His Kind of Town

Off the Beaten PathJustin Moore released a third single entitled “This Kind of Town” off of Off the Beaten Path to radio today. The song follows his cover of “Home Sweet Home” which failed to crack the top 25. However, Moore is a perfect two for two with his first two singles on the album as both have reached the peak position on the charts. “This Kind of Town” has a different sound. It’s far less party and far more slow drive down a backroad. Hometowns are at the center as Moore sings of all the things we have to be thankful for. “In this kind of town people stay together, nobody leaves unless they leave forever,” sings Moore as the song opens and again numerous times in the chorus. Overall, it has a song message, one similar to “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away,” a song that went number one. It’s somber, yet not too somber that people won’t want to listen. When it’s all said and done Justin Moore should be looking at his third top 15 hit with “This Kind of Town” and that’s something he can rest his hat on.


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