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Stoney’s Rockin’ Country goes mad for live music in March

STONEY’S ROCKIN’ COUNTRY GOES MAD FOR LIVE MUSIC IN MARCH

 

WHAT:  Enjoy live music from some of country’s hottest rising stars at Stoney’s Rockin’ Country this March.

Additionally, the bull is back and line dancing is in full effect! Stoney’s has you covered with free line dance lessons Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Visit https://stoneysrockincountry.com/dance-lessons/ for details.

WHERE:              Stoney’s Rockin’ Country
6611 Las Vegas Blvd. So., Unit 160 at Town Square

WHEN:                Friday, March 4               ACM Lifting Lives Benefit
Friday, March 11             Jackson Michelson
Friday, March 18             Tyler Booth
Friday, March 25             Kylie Morgan
Saturday, March 26        Austin Burke

TICKETS:Advance tickets start at just $5 and are on sale now at https://www.etix.com/ticket/v/13160/stoneys-rockincountry. Shows are open to 18+ and doors open at 7 p.m.

ACM LIFTING LIVES BENEFIT WITH CHANCEY WILLIAMS, AMERICAN YOUNG, TIM DUGGER, AND RUTHIE COLLINS

Rising stars Chancey Williams, American Young, Tim Duggar, and Ruthie Collins will perform in support of ACM Lifting Lives®, the philanthropic arm of the Academy of Country Music dedicated to IMPROVING LIVES THROUGH THE POWER OF MUSIC™.

Through partnerships with artists and strong ties in the music industry, ACM Lifting Lives® funds music health programs while also serving members of the music community who face unexpected hardships through its Diane Holcomb Emergency Relief Fund.

ABOUT JACKSON MICHELSON

Raised in Corvallis, Oregon, Jackson Michelson kicked off his country career on the West Coast, carving out a sound that blended the rootsy twang of the American South with the sunny, feel-good spirit of the Pacific Coast. Nashville — the official capital of country music — lay 2,300 miles to the southeast, but Michelson focused on his home turf first, building an audience of West Coast fans who were drawn to his high-energy shows and relatable songwriting. By the time he did move to Nashville, he’d already spent years on the road, growing his fan base show-by-show and earning a record contract with Curb Records in the process.

It’s been a wild ride for the man who grew up in the “Grass Seed Capital of the World,” listening to the diverse sounds of his mother’s favorite country songs and his dad’s soul records.

“Corvallis is a small college town,” he says of his Oregon home, whose farms supply much of the town’s teenage population with work during the warmer months. “You go to school, and in the summer, you work on the farm starting at age 12. You either bale hay or drive the combine. That’s what most kids do, every single year.”

ABOUT TYLER BOOTH

Often in country music, artists leave their small hometowns with big stories to tell — in singer-songwriter Tyler Booth’s case, those stories are his very own. From supporting some of the genre’s top stars including Joe Diffie, Brooks and Dunn, Dwight Yoakam, and Josh Abbott either in the studio or on the show bill to building a grass-roots fan base across the nation with nothing but a rigged-up home studio and workhouse attitude, the 25-year-old singer has already lived a life worth writing songs about. Now, as the first artist signed to Sony Music Nashville and Villa 40’s joint venture and flanked by a band of childhood friends, Booth is touring behind the arrival of his Grab The Reins EP, which includes “Already Got One” and the “enchanting” (American Songwriter) “Palomino Princess,” which Billboard commented “perfectly suit his deep, ranging voice.”

“There’s something about making a song and just dying to show it to people,” he says. “Ever since I was a kid, I was always writing them and begging my dad to listen. I don’t know if there’s a better feeling than letting people hear your music.”

Born and raised in the rule-class city of Campton, Kentucky, Booth always knew he wanted to be a singer. Musically, he grew up in a house divided — while his dad was managing a local rock group fronted by his uncle, down the road and “up the holler,” his grandparents were spinning Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson records. Originally, the young entertainer went the way of his old man. After “finally getting a guitar tuned” at 12 years old, he mastered a few power chords and sat in on his uncle’s band rehearsal. One year later, a chance listen to Jamey Johnson’s hit, “High Cost Of Living,” sent Booth down a country music rabbit hole. From that point on, in a town where everybody knew everybody, he became famous for his baritone and songwriting chops.

ABOUT KYLIE MORGAN

The Oklahoma native starting writing songs at the age of 12 and gained national attention from music producers and television executives after releasing her music independently. This early success led Kylie to begin making regular trips to Nashville, crafting her voice, and polishing her songwriting. When she turned 19, she made the decision to call Music City home. Recognizing Kylie’s unique talent, the SMACKSongs team signed her to their roster under the guidance of GRAMMY Award-winning songwriters, Shane McAnally, and Josh Osborne. To give fans a glimpse into her upbringing and passion to pursue music, Kylie returned to her hometown of Newcastle, OK to film her “Hometown Heartland” series. An avid yoga enthusiast, Kylie has earned her official Yoga Alliance Certification and participates in yoga daily. While stuck at home and unable to tour, Kylie created the #namasteathome series where fans can participate in short yoga flows/light workouts.

Kylie was previously selected as one of three artists for the CMA KixStart program and was named as one of VEVO’s 2021 DSCVR Artists to Watch. The only country artist to make the list, the program highlights 19 of the world’s top emerging artists poised to break out over the next year. As part of the program, Kylie recorded acoustic performances of “Shoulda” as well as “Cuss A Little” which can be viewed HERE. Kylie has been named to several Artists to Watch lists including CMT, SiriusXM On The Horizon, Taste of Country and Pandora. Kylie has previously toured with artists including Dan + Shay, Little Big Town, Maren Morris, Kip Moore Gavin DeGraw, Brett Eldredge and Billy Currington. Kylie released her debut EP Love, Kylie June 11. Kylie co-wrote all six songs on her new EP and was produced by Shane McAnally and Ben Johnson.

ABOUT AUSTIN BURKE

Phoenix native Austin Burke’s musical career began at three, when he sang the national anthem for the Diamondbacks and the Suns. At 19, Burke left behind dreams of playing baseball to pursue a career in country music in Nashville. He spent four years working towards the goal of recording his debut single, “Sleepin’ Around.” The song led to a contract with WME and the opportunity to open for numerous high-profile artists, including Vince Gill and Dierks Bentley. Burke recently signed a publishing deal with Home Team Publishing, a creative partnership amongst Thomas Rhett, Rhett Akins, Virginia Bunetta, and Roc Nation.

 

Austin remarked, “My music is inspired by all the music I listen to which is rap, country, EDM, and Rock. I want you to listen to my music when you’re cruising down the highway, or on a back road with your windows down, or when you’re about to tell someone you love them for the first time. My shows are what I take most pride in, and I truly can’t wait to see you at a show. 2022 is going to be a big year, so be sure to expect a ton of new music.”

 

ABOUT STONEY’S ROCKIN’ COUNTRY

The World-Famous Stoney’s Rockin’ Country is Las Vegas’ premiere destination for locals and tourists who are looking for a boot stomping good ole time with line dancing, mechanical bull riding, beer pong, pool tables and more. Located at Town Square, Stoney’s Rockin’ Country is a 19,000 square foot high-energy nightclub that features a 2,000 square foot dance floor and 570 square foot stage for dancing and performances, along with a state-of-the-art sound system, live bands, and the industry’s leading DJs. Open Thursday through Saturday, Stoney’s Rockin’ Country offers special promotions including the World-Famous Ladies Night on Thursdays where ladies drink for just $2 and Fresh Country Fridays with live music from the latest and greatest in country music. Doors open at 7 p.m. and line-dancing lessons begin at 7:30 p.m. For more information, call (702) 435-2855 or go to stoneysrockincountry.com.  Find Stoney’s Rockin’ Country on Facebook, Twitter @StoneysLV, and Instagram @stoneysrockincountry.

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