Stoney’s Rockin’ Country heats up with live music in December


WHAT: Stoney’s Rockin’ Country hosts live music in December with some of country’s hottest new stars!

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 for details.

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

WHEN:  Friday, December 3 – Allie Colleen
Saturday, December 4 – Jordan Rowe
Friday, December 10 – Heath Sanders
Saturday, December 11 – Sean Stemaly
Friday, December 17 – After Midtown
Friday, December 31 – Sam Grow with Stephen Wesley

TICKETS:  Advance tickets start at just $5 (except New Year’s Eve) and are on sale now at Shows are open to 18+ (except New Year’s Eve) and doors open at 7 p.m.

About Allie Colleen – Fri., Dec. 3

A Belmont University graduate from Owasso, Oklahoma with a style that is truly her own, Allie Colleen is no stranger to the music industry. A passion for singing and songwriting since a young age has garnered her a reputation of being a notable songwriter with an iconic-sounding voice. Her impeccably strong voice with hints of timeless tradition falls between classic country and the emerging country sound. One of her original songs, “Close Enough,” gained nearly more than 715k views on YouTube, and her social media following continues to increase every year. Her passionate drive and innovative vision set her apart from her peers resulting in here music and videos going viral on the internet – even capturing the attention of well-known radio show host Bobby Bones – proving that her audience is captive and waiting for her next song. Persistently working to hone her skills along-side industry professionals and performing at venues both around Nashville and national venues garners Allie Colleen a growing fan base. Allie Colleen’s debut single “Work In Progress” defines the life that’s shaped her with personal lyrics and transparency in both the vocals and delivery. “Work in Progress” is a sweet sentiment regarding her introduction to the Music Industry co-written with hit songwriter Marcus Hummon and well-known studio engineer Greg Beick. Her debut single released in early July and followed by “Along the Way.” Her release of her concept project of “Best Friend” and “Road You Take” shared her journey and the story of a broken friendship along with healing a broken heart. Her first radio single “Ain’t The Only Hell (My Momma Raised)” broke the Top #30 on Music Row Breakout Chart, landed at #9 on CDX TRACtion True Indie Chart, and made a debut at #74 CDX TRACtion Mainstream Country. Allie Colleen just released her highly anticipated debut album STONES (I Don’t Give A…) and the first single off the album is “Playin’ House.”

About Jordan Rowe – Sat., Dec. 4

Jordan Rowe’s love for music and his dream to become a successful country singer/songwriter began when he was just a kid in the small town of Adel, Georgia. Jordan grew up listening to artists such as Joe Diffie, Alan Jackson, and Luke Bryan, all of which have played a major role in how he has crafted his own sound. At the age of eight, he learned to play the drums, which he played for most of his younger years in his church’s worship band. It wasn’t until he was a teenager that he decided to further his musical knowledge and began guitar lessons, all the while teaching himself to play the piano at home.

Jordan attended and graduated college from the University of Georgia, and in June of 2019, Jordan took a leap of faith and moved to Music City. In summer of 2020, he celebrated the signing of his first publishing deal with River House Artists and Ashley Gorley’s Tape Room Music. His most recent singles, “I Didn’t Sleep Last Night,” “Bad Case of The Good Ole Boy,” and “Mama Ain’t Jesus” can be found on all major music platforms. When Jordan isn’t writing and recording music, he’s either hunting, fishing, golfing, or reading finance books.


About Heath Sanders – Fri., Dec. 10

Heath Sanders is an Arkansas natural gas-worker-turned-songwriter whose realness informs the music he crafts. It all started after Heath posted on Facebook his cover of Chris Stapleton’s “Either Way” in early 2018. The video filmed in his living room would quickly transform his life as millions watched and re-shared, making Heath an overnight viral sensation among the working-class communities in the Midwest and Rust Belt. Drawing upon a lifetime of early mornings and long days, Heath emerges as the new voice of folks who identify with hard work and have the sore backs and tired feet to show for it. Despite the rich culture in the Ozark Mountains few where he grew up ever thought of music as a livelihood, yet his COMMON GROUND collection (The Valory Music Co.), available now, is full of material that ranges from sensual ballads to who-I-am statements and reminders of the unifying characteristics we all have.


About Sean Stemaly – Sat., Dec. 11

When your first recordings are made in the cab of a Case IH 9370 tractor, there’s only one way for you to sound – and that suits Big Loud Records talent Sean Stemaly just fine. Now planting the seeds of Country stardom with the vivid, open-prairie romance of “Last Night All Day,” he’s equipped with baritone richer than river-bottom soil, and he knows how to use it.


Stemaly’s already taken his diesel-fueled Country approach nationwide, touring with stars like Morgan Wallen, Chris Lane, LANCO, HARDY and Riley Green. But the story begins on a slice of heartland between the coal mines of Madisonville, Kentucky, and the river town of Evansville, Indiana. “It’s just Country and there’s a lot of down-home rednecks,” Stemaly says with pride. “It’s a good place to grow up.”


Working in the fields when he wasn’t on a construction site, Stemaly began posting videos of himself singing “tractor concerts” online to pass the time, then joined the vocal team of a megachurch to sing for 5,000 congregants every weekend. He caught the music bug, he admits, but soon shook it off as the seasons changed and work piled up. A whole year passed before a friend invited him to Nashville for a songwriting weekend. The rest is history.

About After Midtown – Fri., Dec. 17

Adam Ernst and Michael Rotundo are After Midtown. Their genre-bending sound is quickly creating a buzz in the Nashville music scene with their self-written debut single “Boys Like Us.”  The duo came to life after gigging together as solo artists and discovering their prodigious chemistry as vocalists, songwriters, instrumentalists and maybe most importantly, being two small town guys with a passion to write great songs. With diverse influences and a flare for creating distinctive lyrics, Adam and Michael have written on all the tracks from their debut EP, Don’t Give Away the Ending, as well as playing guitar, drums and tracks themselves. They are a great team indeed, as the duo just signed a booking deal with CAA, a publishing deal with Sony/ATV and is managed by a strategic partnership between The Core Ent’s Chief Zaruk, Simon Tikhman and 10th Street Ent’s Scott Frazier and Chris Nilsson.


Ring in the New Year with Stephen Wesley and Sam Grow! Admission includes a champagne toast and a cash balloon drop at Midnight. This show is 21 and over.


About Stephen Wesley

Stephen Wesley is a two-time Billboard charting artist. The genre bending country singer/songwriter has collaborations with several of music’s most accomplished and well-known bands and solo acts from Slash of Guns N’ Roses fame, to Smash Mouth, Bubba Sparxxx and his newest release, “Rock N Roll” ft. T-Pain, Stephen continues to push the boundaries of music and create his own sound.


About Sam Grow

After the breakout success of his first studio album, 2019’s Love and Whiskey, a lot has changed for Average Joes Entertainment star Sam Grow. That milestone project followed years of grinding work, writing his own tunes, booking his own shows, and recording his own EPs … but it was all rewarded. Love and Whiskey hit Number One on iTunes’ Country Albums chart – doing so with zero radio airplay – and since then he’s only poured more gas on the fire. Grow’s 2020 single “Song About You” burned red hot, pulling in more than 50 million streams, and getting named one of Spotify’s “Best Country Songs” in the process. Grow’s been featured on Billboard’s coveted “7 Country Acts to Watch” list and touted by Music Row as a sure-bet for future superstardom, among other accolades, as the temperature continues to spike.


But with his new sophomore album, This Town, Grow goes back to where it all started. Painting a sonic picture of the small-town world he was raised in – rocked by changing times but still holding strong – he’s building on success … and letting fans know they’re never alone.



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  Find Stoney’s Rockin’ Country on Facebook, Twitter @StoneysLV, and Instagram @stoneysrockincountry.