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Sawyer Brown With Special Guests Easton Corbin and Heath Sanders
June 24 @ 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
American country music hitmakers, Sawyer Brown, have racked up multiple CMA, ACM, and CMT awards, provided 23 albums and 50 chart singles. The band’s lead singer, Mark Miller, has written many of Sawyer Brown’s hits, including “Step That Step,” “The Walk,” “Thank God for You,” “The Boys and Me,” as well as the band’s anthem: “Some Girls Do.”
The band’s live shows are legendary. Having been described as “the Rolling Stones of Country Music,” the band bounds onto the stage night after night, delivering its own unique brand of high-energy entertainment, and the band remains a perennial favorite at fairs, festivals, theatres, and casinos. The high-octane performers, year after year, are always on the move – on the road and on stage.
From the tentative moments of transition that underscore Miller’s evocative ballad “The Walk” to the moment that a guy realizes he just might have found the right girl in the band’s energetic signature song “Some Girls Do,” the band consistently manages to bring life to those moments that all too often slip by unnoticed—unnoticed, that is, until a song sings our life back to us.
Easton Corbin exudes country. His distinctive baritone has been gracing airwaves for the past decade as his chart-topping debut single “A Little More Country Than That” established Corbin as a mainstay on the country charts. Billboard’s 2010 Top New Country Artist would go on to garner another No. 1 hit with the feel-good “Roll With It” as well as seven top 10 singles, further distinguishing himself from other male vocalists as a tried-and-true country traditionalist who weaves timeless story songs together while tipping his hat to the classic country artists who have come before him.
Though 2020 marked the 10th anniversary of “A Little More Country Than That” achieving No. 1 status, Corbin showed no signs of slowing down. With the release of his infectious single “Turn Up,” he launched a year of new releases, including tune “Didn’t Miss A Beat,” which he performed on NBC’s TODAY Show. November brought Corbin’s highly anticipated EP of the same title, which included a “wide array” of songs like “Old Lovers Don’t Make Good Friends” and “Back to Me.” He also partnered with past collaborator and global EDM star Lost Frequencies for new release “One More Night,” which currently has over 7 million streams.
Born and raised in the small town of Marshall, part of the Ozark Mountain Range, Heath would sit on the floor and watch his paternal grandfather — his Papaw — play his old guitar and sing favorites like Marty Robbins’ “Big Iron.” Heath eventually picked up the instrument and started singing at home and in church.
Already named by Pandora as one of their 2021 Country Artists To Watch, Heath is preparing to release a four-song collection to kick off the year. He drives home the idea of tradition and honest work in the stomping “Old School’s In.” A country-rocker in the vein of Eric Church, its chorus is inspired by his small town, a place where time still crawls, the flag still flies/Momma still cooks and God won’t die.
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.