Confederate Railroad coming to #TheCrawl July 25th, 2020!

#TheCrawl concert starts at 6pm!

$10 Early Bird tickets! $12 at the Gate.


$25 VIP party with The Piedmont Boys - VIP style!

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 The Crawl Concert Line-up (6PM-10PM)
DJ Slim McGraw
Luke Smith Music
Pearl Street Records recording artist WHITS END
The Piedmont Boys
Zack Turner
Confederate Railroad

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 DJ Slim McGraw!

 DJ Slim McGraw! Just added to #TheCrawl concert at 6pm! July 25th! DJ Slim McGraw

Slim McGraw has opened for Hank Williams Jr., Kid Rock, Brett Eldredge, Lee Brice, Cole Swindell and shared the stage with Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers, Diplo, Nelly, Flo-Rida, Machine Gun Kelly & Macklemore among others.

Bred on music that’s slow roasted, deep fried and Southern inspired.
His open format style delivers a unique set of country, pop, hip-hop and high energy electronic dance music.

In the comedy world Slim tours with Cledus T Judd, Catfish Cooley & Darren Knight aka Southern Momma.

His remixes have been showcased everywhere from festivals to nightclubs to NFL games.

You can find him DJing the hottest spots in Las Vegas to Nashville and everywhere in between.


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LUKE SMITH MUSIC

Bringin’ Country Back

As an artist, Luke Smith’s goal is to bring country back to the way it was before pop country hit the charts. Back to the good ‘ole days of Merle Haggard and Conway Twitty, where music had meaning. Luke's role model for his future career is Josh Turner. Josh Turner inspires Luke by showing that clean country music can have a powerful impact on society and ones morals. The way Josh Turner presents his music and himself sets the standards for a well rounded artist. Luke’s country twang and personality follows along with Josh Turner’s values. Luke promises to always put God first, Family second, and Music close behind. Luke's drive to succeed is unlike any other aspiring artist and his heart is made of gold.















 
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WHITS END "Country Outlaws"

Pearl Street Records recording artist WHITS END

Chris "WHIT" Whitaker
 
Whits first had the vision of putting a band together in early 2016. It started as a just for fun local band but almost immediately became a full time job. Raised by a choir director Whit was raised like most southern kids,  in the choir at church. This is where his love for music began. It wasn't long before he found out about Waylon Jennings and the Outlaw country scene. This is where he fell in love with the real working mans side of country. Whit describes his country as "real" and "gritty". "I want people to feel what I sing, not just hear it". With a voice that is unmistakable you'll know right from the first word that you have an outlaw on your hands.












 
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The Piedmont Boys

 
The Piedmont Boys started out in Greenville, SC in 2007. They’ve played thousands of shows, logged thousands of miles, released 4 albums, toured half the continental U.S., shared stages with everyone from Eric Church to Charlie Robison..hell, they’ve even played rodeos from Oregon to Texas. But wherever they go, the refrain of the fans who come up to them remains the same: “I never liked country music until I heard y’all.”

What these folks must be talking about is the watered-down pop-country stuff you hear on the radio nowadays, because if you don’t like REAL country…Merle, Willie, Waylon, Johnny…you won’t like the Piedmont Boys.

If you don’t like against-the-grain, outlaw brand, whiskey-soaked, blue-collar honky-tonk music, the kind where the volume and the energy are dead ringers for rock & roll but the sound is gritty hard-country, you won’t like the Piedmont Boys.

If you don’t like a live show that’s pedal-to-the-floorboard, rock the place down to the dirt and drain every drop of sweat from every human being in the house, you won’t like the Piedmont Boys.

If you don’t like your Jerry Reed mixed with a little Metallica, if you don’t like a band that loves playing live so much that they’ve had one weekend off in seven years, if you don’t like country mixed with bluegrass mixed with southern rock mixed with a little…make that a lot…of Jack Daniels, you won’t like the Piedmont Boys.

If any of that sounds like one hell of a good time, though, y’all come on in. The door’s always open.











 
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Zack Turner, Co-writer Watermelon Crawl Song by Tracy Byrd

Legendary Country singer-songwriter Zack Turner wrote for some of the biggest names in Country Music!

He started playing at the age of 14 professionally.

Handpicked by the group Alabama to replace them at the world famous Bowery in Myrtle Beach, SC.

After a successful run in SC, Zack made the move to Nashville in 1987 writing for Ten Ten for 5 years. There, the late great Keith Whitley heard ‘I’m Over You’ - He recorded it and a few months later died an untimely death.

RCA released ‘I’m Over You’ and in no time it was a major hit.

6 more BMI award winning songs followed

 
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Confederate Railroad

Confederate Railroad first rolled onto the national country music scene in the early 90s with its unique style and sound.

Headed by founder and frontman Danny Shirley, the former backup band for both David Allan Coe and Johnny Paycheck got their big break by signing with Atlantic Records. The first single from their debut album ("Confederate Railroad") was "She Took It Like A Man".

It went to No. 26, a preview of what was to come. "The next two singles, "Jesus and Mama" and "Queen of Memphis" went to the top of the charts.

Three more huge hits followed, "Trashy Women", "When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back", and "She Never Cried".

"Trashy" would lead to a Grammy nomination and become their signature song. That album with six hits and nearly three million sales brought Confederate the Academy of Country Music's Best New Group Award in 1993 as well as numerous nominations from the Country Music Association and the British Country Music Foundation.

The second album, "Notorious", produced one of the group's most popular songs "Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind" which became a No. One video as well. "Elvis and Andy" and "Summer in Dixie" would further establish the Railroad as one of the most versatile acts in the business.

This album would sell more than one million. Their over all totals are 18 charted hits and five million albums sold.

From rowdy country to raw emotion, a Confederate Railroad concert today covers a wide range of feelings. Young people will be there rocking to "Trashy Women", while their parents and even grandparents will likely be singing along to "Jesus and Mama".

The band plays 100 or so dates each year. Whatever the venue, they are right at home…be it a fair, a club, or a biker show. Shirley, the lead singer and vocalist, and his mates, Mark Dufresne on drums, Mo Thaxton on bass and vocals, Rusty Hendrix on lead guitar and Joey Recker on keyboards and vocals are obviously having fun right along with their appreciative audience.

At the end of each show, the band stays around until every fan who wants an autograph, or to pose with the group for a picture or just say "hello" is taken care of.
 The Crawl Concert Line-up (6PM-10PM)
DJ Slim McGraw
Luke Smith Music
Pearl Street Records recording artist WHITS END
The Piedmont Boys
Zack Turner
Confederate Railroad

See Below for more info on the bands--->>>
BUY TICKETS NOW
BUY TICKETS NOW