Stoney’s Rockin’ Country sizzles in September with live country music



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

Take a chance 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:                Fri., Sept. 2        Adam Sanders
Fri., Sept. 9        Craig Campbell
Sat., Sept. 10     Ryan Griffin
Fri., Sept. 16      Derek Jones & The 50 South
Sat., Sept. 17     Jordan Harvey
Fri., Sept. 23      Royale Lynn

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.



Named as “one of Music Row’s hottest young songwriters” (American Songwriter), breakout Country music artist Adam Sanders has earned his reputation as an artist to watch with the release of his single “What If I’m Right.” After writing #1 hit songs for Dustin Lynch and Cole Swindell, and songs for Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley and Blake Shelton, the highly sought-after songwriter’s high-energy anthem “What If I’m Right,” has the successful songwriter betting the odds on a career as an artist, and notably so, with an independent rise that has earned him over 100 million streams, over 70,000 singles sold and landed him on Billboard’s Top 40 Country Albums chart with his previously released self-titled debut EP.


Almost two years have passed since country hitmaker Craig Campbell has released new music. But in a world fueled by the smoke and mirror act of overnight success, Campbell has long been admired for his patience and persistence on the road less travelled. A consistent balancing act of traditional values and modern industry trends, Campbell is also considered by many to be one of the most talented yet under the radar stars, across all genres. And now, his highly anticipated single, “It’s About Time”, marks Campbell’s first independent release since parting ways with his former label, Broken Bow Records. It also highlights the first track the charismatic charmer has co-produced, along with playing acoustic guitar and piano, and singing his own harmonies. But this song is no stranger to the set list. In fact, Campbell has seized every opportunity in the last two years to deliver this sultry ballad to a captivated audience with just his airtight vocals and a piano.


After all, the magic of the keys brought him his hunger for music as a child. The good ole’ down home boy grew up playing his mother’s piano and singing in church. After graduating high school, he took a job as a corrections officer in his hometown of Lyons, Georgia. But music never left his side. Taking a cue from the sounds of classic country and idols like Travis Tritt and Randy Travis, Campbell started a band and played local and national bar gigs. When the guitar player quit, Campbell took that as a sign to chase his dreams all the way to Nashville, Tennessee.


With two rolls of quarters and a roll of dimes given to him by his mother for gas money, Campbell barely made it into town. Starting in 2002, the young hopeful would spend the next several years paying his dues the old-fashioned way. A demo singer by day and Lower Broadway gigger by night, Campbell was eventually connected to a soon to be signed artist who needed a keyboard player. He and fellow South Georgia native Luke Bryan hit it off and Campbell got the job.  A year and a half long keyboard stint with Tracy Byrd soon followed, and on his non travel days, he took over as bandleader down at The Stage on Tuesday nights. His smooth chops and hot-blooded stage presence soon caught the eye of industry execs and in 2009, Campbell signed with Bigger Picture Group.


From working on the farm as a child, to co-writing Kelsea Ballerini’s hit “Dibs” to honing his own music, Ryan Griffin has always been about blending pure talent with good old hard work and tireless dedication. And, since arriving in Nashville from Florida at seventeen, he’s also always been about guiding his career equally from the gut and the heart. Since his top-streaming song “Woulda Left Me Too” introduced him as a singer with an unusually empathetic hand (and garnered millions of plays on Spotify), Griffin has been working to release music that finds his unique niche between R&B and country, and between fun and true vulnerability. And now, with three new busbee-produced tracks and more on the horizon, Griffin has never been more ready for this moment.


“I’ve never felt more true to myself than I have with this music,” says Griffin. “These songs have never felt so right.” Indeed, “Best Cold Beer,” “Good Company” and “Play It By Heart” are pure Griffin: they’re fun, as soulful and groovy as they are twangy, and uniquely perceptive, packed with razor-sharp insights about living and loving.


The child of hardworking parents who always instilled a deep work ethic in their son, Griffin spend his youth out in the sod fields and, in his down time, wrestling for any say in the car radio stations with his two brothers and his mom – to little success. But in hindsight, it was for the best: he ended up listening to everything from Vince Gill and George Strait to modern pop and R&B once he hit high school, and it shaped him in ways he didn’t even realize at the time.


One evening his father – who also loved Jimmy Buffett – took him to a local country festival, and Griffin’s future suddenly became clear: “I got to see Kenny Chesney and Alan Jackson and all of these dudes,” Griffin remembers. “That’s when I realized this is what I want to do.”



Strong, steadfast, and country to his core, Derek Jones is a relentless country-rock outlaw harboring a principled character and deep-rooted respect for people and our nation. After serving in the United States Navy, Jones picked up a guitar and never looked back.


From appearing on The TODAY Show, Pickler & Ben, and Good Morning Australia to writing songs for major television outlets including tracks for Sportsman’s Channel’s “Tailgate Adventures” and the theme song for “Fishers ATV World” on the Velocity Channel and NBC Sports – Derek Jones has no shortage of drive and determination.


In addition to the four years spent touring alongside Billy Ray Cyrus, Jones has shared stages with Charlie Daniels, Trace Adkins, Dwight Yoakam, Ashley McBryde, Jamey Johnson, Whiskey Myers, Phil Vassar and more.


Most recently, Derek Jones celebrated the 2021 release of his EP Last of a Dying Breed, which debuted at No. 3 on iTunes. Rugged, sincere, and hell-bent on reaching new heights, Derek Jones is keeping country music alive.



Jordan Harvey has officially crossed the pond to chase his Country music dreams. Having both feet planted firmly in Nashville with a BMG Music Publishing deal and new music ready for release via Broken Bow Records, he is ready to find his place in the genre’s forward-leaning future.


The Scottish-born artist/songwriter grew up in the rural, blue-collar town of South Queensferry, experiencing the Scottish version of the lifestyle represented in most Country songs and watching The Grand Ole Opry with his father. He lived and breathed Country music, dreaming about one day commanding a stage like his idols Johnny Cash and Paul McCartney—but he knew it was going to be a long journey that was never going to be an easy, straight line.


His journey has taken 16 years and countless miles from the provincial burrow of 6,000 residents near Edinburg, Scotland. At 15, he performed at local pubs, where his dad was often the bouncer before moving on to studying music in London, opening for Simple Minds as a member of the OK Social Club, appearing on the hugely popular BBC1 show “Let It Shine,” and making a living as a musician in Glasgow, Germany, Sweden, and Manchester, England. But his dreams resided in Nashville.


Singing before she could talk, Royale Lynn traded in her pony for a guitar and moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 2015. Between writing songs for herself, other Nashville artists, and touring with her own artistry, Royale Lynn is a force to be reckoned with.


Spending most of her days writing, Royale Lynn has been a part of a few notable songs in 2021 including the song “Far Boy” by Leah Marie Mason. Shortly after, Royale Lynn released her song “His & Hers” featured by Boot Barn as one of “Boot Barn’s Emerging Artists”, following it with her latest single “Trucks Ain’t For Breaking Down In” with a feature on 103.3 country, as well as playlists such as New in Nashville, Fresh Finds Country, Young Nashville and Apple Music Country.


Pulling from influences like Morgan Wallen, Cody Johnson, and Kacey Musgraves, Royale Lynn’s songs feature beautiful timeless melodies and vulnerable lyrics; keeping that front porch feel with her backyard cowboy country roots.



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.


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Stoney's Rockin' Country sizzles in September with live country music
Stoney's Rockin' Country sizzles in September with live country music