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Brad Paisley – January 23 – Pensacola Bay Center

Posted on: November 14th, 2014 by brent

WHAT :: Brad Paisley
with special guests Parmalee and The Swon Brothers

WHERE :: Pensacola Bay Center

WHEN :: Friday, January 23, 2015 at 8:00pm

ONSALE :: Friday, November 21st, at 10am

PRICES :: $59.00, $49.00, $29.00

TICKETS ::, Rodizio Grill Box Office,, & 800-745-3000




presented by KRAFT Cheese


Last Leg of Tour Launches January 17 in Morgantown, WV

Special Guests include Parmalee and The Swon Brothers

                                                                                                                Brad Paisley – Photo By: Jim Shea

PENSACOLA, Fla. (Nov. 14, 2014) Country music superstar Brad Paisley has announced the extension of his Country Nation World Tour presented by KRAFT Cheese through March 2015.  The last leg of the tour will kick off on January 17 in Morgantown, WV – Paisley’s home state.  Tickets go on sale Friday, Nov. 21 at 10AM. Special guests on the tour will be Stoney Creek Records family band Parmalee and Arista Nashville recording duo The Swon Brothers.


Brad Paisley is a critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, guitarist and entertainer whose talents have earned him numerous awards, including three GRAMMYs, two American Music Awards, 14 Academy of Country Music Awards and 14 Country Music Association Awards (including Entertainer of the Year), among many others. A proud member of the Grand Ole Opry since 2001, Paisley earned the first of his 22 #1 singles in 1999, writing or co-writing 19 of them. His latest single, “Perfect Storm,” is from his chart topping 2014 album Moonshine in the Trunk. He is currently headlining his Country Nation World Tour presented by KRAFT Cheese through the fall. Paisley has recently partnered with Boot Barn® and developed an exclusive line of jeans, hats, T-shirts, jewelry, belts and woven shirts called Moonshine Spirit by Brad Paisley. Fans can look for him to return with Carrie Underwood for the seventh consecutive year as hosts of Country Music’s Biggest Night™, when The 48th Annual CMA Awards airs live from Nashville, November 5, on ABC. Connect with Brad through; Twitter @BradPaisley; Instagram@BradPaisley and YouTube



About Parmalee

Stoney Creek Records’ Parmalee is a family band comprised of brothers Matt and Scott Thomas (lead vocals/guitar and drums, respectively), cousin Barry Knox (bass) and life-long best friend Josh McSwain (guitar). Last year, Parmalee dominated the country radio charts with the multi-week #1, GOLD-selling single “Carolina” which made history in 2013 as the longest #1 trek by a vocal duo or group in the Billboard Country Airplay chart’s 24-year history. “Carolina” was also voted #1 by fans on SiriusXM The Highway’s “Hot 30 LIVE” countdown. Parmalee’s Top 40 debut country radio single, “Musta Had A Good Time” was voted #1 by fans for four consecutive weeks onSiriusXM The Highway¹s “Hot 30 LIVE” and its video reached #1 on CMT’s PURE 12-Pack Countdown. The song has appeared on nationally broadcast sporting events from the NFL to the PGA and the MLB. Parmalee’s latest hit, “Close Your Eyes,” is now cresting TOP 10 at country radio. All three hits appear on Parmalee’s debut album, FEELS LIKE CAROLINA. This year, Parmalee earned a Teen Choice Award nomination for “Choice Country Group” and was a semi-finalist nominee ACM “New Artist of the Year.” The band is currently nominated for a 2015 People’s Choice Award for “Favorite Country Group.”

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About The Swon Brothers

Arista Nashville recording duo The Swon Brothers (Zach and Colton) are poised to release their new single, “Pray for You,” the follow-up to their Top 15 debut single, “Later On.”  Performing professionally since childhood – and honored with the Rising Star award by the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame – the Muskogee, OK, natives first hit the national radar charming fans with their incredible sibling harmonies and fun-loving personalities as finalists on “Team Blake” in Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice.  The duo’s self-titled major-label debut album released on October 14, 2014, produced by the Swons and Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Sara Evans), and featuring the singles “Later On” and “Pray for You.”  The Swon Brothers are nominated for “Vocal Duo of the Year” for The 48th Annual CMA Awards, airing November 5, on ABC Television.  Find them online at, Twitter @TheSwonBrothers, and on Facebook at


Kenny Chesney CMT Documentary “Flora-Bama” Video

Posted on: November 13th, 2014 by brent

If you missed the Kenny Chesney show at the Flora-Bama on August 16, the CMT special is at 9p on Friday, November 14.

The Flora-Bama-Jama was a free concert  sponsored by Kenny’s Blue Chair Bay Rum.

Here are some great pictures from the event:

Kristian Bush – Manna Food Raiser – Pictures

Posted on: November 12th, 2014 by brent

Who: Kristian Bush (the guy from Sugarland)

Where: Wild Greg’s Saloon
22 S Palafox St,
Pensacola, FL 32502

When: Nov. 21 at 7p (Doors open at 5p)…
Get there early it’s Gallery Night

Age: 21 and up

Cost: Free with 2 cans of food for MANNA FOOD PANTRIES



Florida Georgia Line – At The Wharf – March 21, 2015

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by brent






Win your tickets…. Listen each weekday from 7am-7pm for the FGL song Sun Daze.  When you hear it be the 9th Caller at 430-1987 and score a pair of tickets from the Cat.

Rules: Click Here





RESERVED SEATS: $63.00 & $33.00




OR CHARGE BY PHONE 800.745.3000.


Trace Adkins – Christmas Show – Dec. 18

Posted on: November 5th, 2014 by brent
Trace Adkins – The Christmas Show – Mobile Saenger

Thu, 12/ 18

Trace Adkins

DECEMBER 18, 2014
DOORS : 7:00 PM
SHOW: 8:00 PM

Tickets: now on sale 53 – 89.75 (including fees)

Adkins’ The Christmas Show 2014 Tour is a reverent, family-friendly theatrical production, featuring songs from his Celtic Christmas album, The King’s Gift. The show combines fireside story-telling with performances of classic carols. Adkins’ historical and humorous narration, loving delivery of time-honored Christmas classics and the lush instrumentation make for a truly special holiday event.

ABOUT TRACE ADKINS – Trace Adkins’ trademark baritone has powered countless hits (“You’re Gonna Miss This,” “Ladies Love Country Boys,” “Songs About Me,” “Every Light In The House,” and “Just Fishin’”) to the top of the charts and sold over 10 million albums, cumulatively. The Grammy-nominated member of the Grand Ole Opry is a TV personality, actor, author, spokesman for the Wounded Warrior Program, and American Red Cross, for whom he raised over $1,500,000 (1.5 million dollars) as the winner of NBC’s “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.” In recent years, Adkins has performed seven USO Tours.

In his 2007 autobiography, A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Freethinking Roughneck, the former oil-rigger recounted his rise to fame, brushes with death, and battles with personal demons.  Adkins has acted in the films The Lincoln Lawyer (starring Matthew McConaughey) and Moms’ Night Out (starring Patricia Heaton, Sean Astin, and Sarah Drew).  He developed and hosted Great American Country (GAC)’s “Great American Heroes,” and he has hosted the American Country Awards on FOX for four consecutive years.

Jerrod Niemann at the Saenger in Mobile – Dec. 5

Posted on: November 5th, 2014 by brent
Jerrod Niemann

Fri, 12/ 05

Jerrod NIemann

DECEMBER 5, 2014SHOW: 7:30 PM

Tickets: now on sale 37.70 – 47.90 (including fees)

“On my first two albums, I tried to cover all the music I enjoy,” says Jerrod Niemann. “This time, we mashed it all together and that’s what you do when you’re really attempting to create your own sound. And as it all gelled, I think it brought us into our own pure sound for the first time.”

On High Noon, Niemann continues to pursue the innovative sonic approach that has defined his identity in today’s country music, while bearing down even harder on the rock-solid songwriting that first brought him to Nashville’s attention. The immediate response to the album’s debut single, “Drink to That All Night,” proves that Niemann’s distinctive style still hits the mark. “My biggest obstacle,” he says, “was to make sure this sounded different from everything else out there right now.”

Jerrod Niemann exploded onto the scene with his chart-topping major-label debut, 2010’s Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury. The album, on Sea Gayle/Arista Nashville records, included the Number One smash and RIAA-certified Platinum digital single, “Lover, Lover,” and the follow-up Top 5 single, “What Do You Want.” Niemann—who has also written songs for and with such artists as Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton, and Lee Brice—returned in 2012 with the acclaimed, musically adventurous release, Free the Music. All the while, he’s continued playing 200 shows a year on the road, year in and year out.

He credits the advances on High Noon to a new collaborator, producer Jimmie Lee Sloas—honored by the Academy of Country Music as Bass Player of the Year—who has worked with everyone from Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood to bluegrass bands and Megadeth. “We’ve been friends for years,” says Niemann, “and I knew he wanted to get into producing. I called him out of the blue, we had lunch a few times, and I told him I’d love to bring him in to work on this project. We went in and instantly had a great connection.”

Niemann also credits songwriter Lance Miller and engineer Corky (“Just call him Corky”) with playing vital roles in the album’s creation. “The magic came from those four minds—and those four livers! There was no ego, just pure fun. The friendships and feeding off of each others’ ideas really created the vibe, and the more experience I have, the more I learn it’s all about the vibe.”

Before even entering the studio, though, Niemann recorded all of his own demos at home as usual. “That’s where I go completely out of whack, take things to the furthest extreme,” he says. “Then after I lay down the structure, we take that and start to build around it. We take my unique sounds and then we mesh that with acoustic instruments to come up with an organic approach for the loops and beats. When it all comes to life, it just makes you want to tap your foot.”

The resulting thirteen songs on High Noon represent not just a musical blend of country, pop, and rock with splashes of electronic, forward-looking beats, but also a wide emotional spectrum. The album takes the listener on a journey from the opener—the yearning, atmospheric “Space”—to the sexy, slow-burn menace of the last track, “She’s Fine,” which features a guest vocal from Colt Ford. “Some songs have those haunting melodies and chords—something to scare the kids a little bit!” says Niemann. “That one made me think of songs by Chris Isaak or the Mavericks, or the True Blood theme song. In some ways, we’re all still a little feral and have those animal instincts.”

“The Real Thing” offers the panoramic feel of a pop ballad from the ‘60s, while “I Can’t Give in Anymore” takes a more traditional country approach, both in subject and style. “It’s about that moment when you realize you need to move on from something unless things are going to get better—that point in time to either say goodbye or fix it,” Niemann says. The arrangement features the old-school weeping of a pedal-steel guitar. “We had a guy in the band with a b-bender guitar, which can emulate that sound, but when I was listening to the real thing, I was like, ‘Of course I’m going to use that, ‘cause nobody else is doing it!’”

And then there’s “Donkey,” an uproarious, swaggering, double-entendre singalong about wrecking a truck and finding alternative, four-legged transportation to the local bar. “The first time I heard it, I thought, ‘Oh, goodness,’” Niemann says. “But then I went back and listened another five or six times and thought, ‘If I don’t record this, I’m gonna end up kicking myself!’ It’s hilarious to me—I was raised in a family that wasn’t afraid to laugh. Every time I played it on the bus, everybody stopped and asked, ‘What is that?!’ So I thought, I’m just gonna roll with it.”

But most of High Noon returns to a single theme: drinking, partying, having fun. “This is a record to get you in the mood before going out on Friday or Saturday night,” says Niemann. “I came up playing in bars, and that’s always going to peek through in my music. A lot of the people we play for have a beer in their hand, and my job is to get whatever’s on their mind off their mind. So always, at least half the songs are about partying—hey, it’s better than crying, right?”

Kansas-born Jerrod Niemann—who once lived in the actual Dodge City—explains that there are a number of meanings to the album’s title, but clearly, it stands as a challenge and a mission for his music. “High Noon represents taking chances,” he says. “We live in a society where a lot of times you’re forced to be the same—all copy-paste—and when you do something different, people dig in their heels.

“So High Noon means go out there and go for it. Get your game face on, walk ten steps, and pull the trigger. It’s the next step into facing the future.”

Chase Bryant – Close Up – November 11

Posted on: October 27th, 2014 by brent

Chase Bryant is coming for a Cat Country Close Up Acoustic performance

When: November 11 from 6-9p

Where: Juana’s Pagodas, Navarre Beach

Admission: Free / All Ages

1451 Navarre Beach Cswy.,
Navarre Beach, Florida 32566


Angel Ride 2014 – Oct. 30-Nov. 1

Posted on: October 14th, 2014 by brent

2014 Angel Ride & Concert
Oak Hollow Farm, Fairhope, Alabama

Thursday, October 30, 2014
Noon Camper Check in
6pm Draw Down & Sponsor Gathering at the Lodge
6pm Bonfire Party in the Campgrounds
with Cool Rayz

Friday, October 31, 2014
Check-in at Campground Continues
9am to 3pm Scavenger Hunt
Check in at Bike Registration Tent
$ 5.00 per person

4pm Gates Open $ 20.00 per person
Tip Tops & Wet Willie
Saloon Opens at 10:30 with Super Funk Fantasy

Saturday, November 1, 2014
Gates open at 9am
9am to 2:30 Bike Ride Registration
$35.00 per person
Ride departs at 2:30 from Oak Hollow Farm
Bike Show 10am to 12pm
1pm Winners Announced

Dan Eubanks
Mustang Sally
Lynryd Skynyrd