Stoney’s Rockin’ Country pops off with live music in July & celebrates Randy Couture’s 60th birthday in style


Start the month off with a bang and celebrate UFC legend Randy Couture’s birthday
on July 1 with Tim Montana

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

Hop on the mechanical bull or take a spin line dancing! 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: Sat., July 1 Tim Montana & Randy Couture’s 60th Birthday Celebration
Fri., July 7 Mark Mackay
Fri., July 14 Royale Lynn
Fri., July 21 Chris Colston
Sat., July 22 George Birge
Fri., July 28 Kaleb Austin

TICKETS: Advance tickets start at just $10 and are on sale now at Shows are open to 18+ and doors open at 7 p.m.



Whether he’s performing onstage with ZZ Top in front of a crowd of thousands, kicking it with his friend Dave Grohl at a Foo Fighters gig or racing ATVs with extreme-sports star Travis Pastrana, Tim Montana has a knack for always being in the right place at the right time. But don’t chalk it up to luck. Rather, it’s Montana’s innate talent, unrelenting hustle and magnetic charisma that have made the country-rock singer-songwriter a dude that everyone — from the famous to the blue-collar — wants to be around.


Raised in the wilds near Butte, Montana, Tim Montana (yes, it’s his real name), entered the world as an off-the-grid thrill-seeker. He and his buddies would take to the nearby mountains to fish, hunt and raise hell as an escape from their rustic home lives — Montana grew up without electricity. Soon, however, he sought out a different high: the kind that only comes from performing live music. Eager to perfect the guitar playing he began when he was just 6 years old, he moved to Los Angeles to put his time in studying his craft.


“Music was an escape from being secluded in the woods. When I played guitar and closed my eyes I was leaving Butte and seeing the world,” Montana says. “When I moved to L.A., I went from having no electricity to living on Hollywood Boulevard. It was quite the culture shock.”



A high school wrestling state champion, U.S. Army soldier, three-time NCAA All-American, international Greco-Roman competitor and six-time UFC World Champion and Hall of Famer, Randy Couture is a true icon in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts and the (UFC). In addition to his stellar standing in combat sports, Randy is also a successful businessman, actor, and best-selling author.


December of 1997, at the age of 33, Randy made his debut into the world of professional fighting claiming victory in the Heavyweight division of his first appearance in the UFC and soon earning the moniker of “Randy ‘The Natural’ Couture.” Randy has fought in 16 title fights and has six UFC title reigns in the Lightweight and Heavyweight divisions. He also became the 4th pro fighter to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame.


A rock and roll heart, country roots, and spellbinding songcraft: Recording and performing artist Mark Mackay has left his boot prints on stages like Nashville’s famed Ryman Auditorium to Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre. As a headliner, a festival act, or highlighting bills across the country with an array of performers — including Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton, and Eli Young Band, plus rockers like REO Speedwagon, Night Ranger and 38 Special — Mark Mackay captivates audiences with fretboard mastery and memorable hooks.

Mark says that the cancellation of his arduous touring schedule, allowed for a deeper exploration of his craft and new ways to communicate. “When the pandemic started, I didn’t know how to use a single recording program,” he explains. “But I ran to the music store, bought an interface and a MIDI keyboard, and learned how to mic guitars, do demos, create Livestream performances, and connect with people one on one.”

Mark has also teamed up with a formidable co-writer and co-producer, Jeffrey Steele, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee with GRAMMY nominations and multiple BMI and NSAI Songwriter of the Year honors. The duo is also mining Steele’s deep catalog, which includes hits for Rascal Flatts, Montgomery Gentry, Faith Hill, and Aaron Lewis, recasting gems for Mark to record.

Debuting with his full-length Trials & Tribulations, Mark introduced his vital blend of country and west coast rock. EP’s Long Wild Road and Leaving California — augmented by regular single releases — established his guitar-driven signature of hard-hitting choruses with soulful echoes of Bakersfield and Laurel Canyon.


Singing before she could talk, Royale Lynn traded in her pony for a guitar and moved to Nashville in 2015. The country singer has single handedly acquired millions of views across social platforms and been recognized by Billboard as a “A ferocious newcomer with ceiling scraping vocals”. She has also been deemed one of billboard’s “Emerging Artists”. ⁠⁠See Here⁠⁠

Her viral song “Six Feet Deep” is sitting at 5 million views on Tik Tok/ Instagram and counting. Released on April 21st, the song debuted at #3 on the American Country iTunes chart. In January 2023, she released “Runs In The Water”, which secured placement on CMT and debuted at #4 on the American Country iTunes chart.

Royale’s growing success as a songwriter has deemed her a force to be reckoned with. She has penned viral cuts such as Spencer Crandall’s “K[no]w Better” and Leah Marie Mason’s “Far Boy”.

Pulling from influences like Morgan Wallen, Avril Lavigne, Nickelback, and various punk artists, Royale Lynn rocks you outside of the box that is Country Music. Her unique sound is an intoxicating hybrid of punk attitude with country roots – called “Punktry.”


Since releasing his debut album Bombs Away in 2020, Chris Colston has been sweeping through the Texas music scene. He has built a dedicated fanbase playing sold-out stadium shows with Koe Wetzel and touring with some of the most sought-after performers in the genre, including Parker McCollum, HARDY, Eli Young Band and Casey Donahew.


His musical story began at a young age when his stepfather signed him up for drum lessons, leading him to eventually pick up the guitar. Not long after, he formed his first band and hit the road playing anywhere that would let him in the door. He honed his musical sound playing for some of the most discerning music afficionados in Texas, where the threshold for anything contrived is the distance between the stage and a beer bottle. Finding his voice in an area known for producing outstanding musical talent set the bar and contributed to his personal style, which he describes as “gritty Texas roots combined with rock n’ roll.” Colston is currently in the studio working on a new album, set to be released later this year.


Birge (rhymes with “merge”) was scrolling through the TikTok account he had just created when he came across a star of the platform poking fun at country music. Erynn Chambers, known to her three-quarter of a million followers as Rynnstar, joked that many country songs are just repetitious ditties about beer, trucks, and girls. To her credit, she had a point, but Birge was determined to prove to Rynnstar that in the right hands even the most mundane of phrases can inspire a great, multi-layered song.

With that in mind, the Texas-born, Nashville-based songwriter grabbed his guitar and wrote “Beer Beer, Truck Truck,” an up-tempo sing-along that is about far more than those writing-room tropes. It’s about missing the one you love and wooing them to come back. “I know the city called you, go baby spread your wings/I’ll be here waiting on you, out here in the country,” Birge sings.

“The whole point was to say that, yeah, the country lifestyle may not be as flashy or as fast-paced as the city, but there’s more to it than meets the eye — and if you give me a chance, I’ll show you how good it can be,” Birge says. As the lyrics drive home, it’s not all “beer, beer/truck, truck/girls in them tight jeans.”

Produced by Ash Bowers, “Beer Beer, Truck Truck” blends the studio loops and effects that power country music’s modern-day hits with the traditional sounds that Birge heard growing up in Austin — his family are such George Strait fans that his mom jokes he was named after the Texas icon and not George Birge Sr. The end result is both interesting and irresistible.


Kaleb Austin grew up in a large family full of musicians and was constantly exposed to live music, mostly country and rock. This cultivated a deep love and connection with performing from a very early age, specifically performing country music. At 14, he began with a few guitar lessons, which quickly became useful in writing his own music. Songwriting then blossomed into a creative outlet for him to express his life.


During his senior year of high school, this skill would prove useful as his world was turned upside down with the news of becoming a young father. Predictably, he didn’t have a clue how to express the whirlwind of emotion at such a young age. So, he turned to the pen and paper. Over the course of a few years, he decided to take songwriting to the next level and moved to Nashville to learn from the best in the world. He immediately got busy writing and co-writing as many songs as possible.


After almost a year, he moved back to his native state of Utah due to family reasons. However, he returned armed with the songwriting skills he needed and penned his first #1 hit single “Sound of the South” shortly after returning to Utah. On January 19, 2021, this single debuted at #1 on the iTunes country chart and was the third most downloaded song in all of country music the week of its release.


The award-winning, 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 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 live music from the latest and greatest in country music every Friday. 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.



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Stoney's Rockin' Country pops off with live music in July & celebrates Randy Couture's 60th birthday in style
Stoney's Rockin' Country pops off with live music in July & celebrates Randy Couture's 60th birthday in style