Randall King’s Tonk Vegas at Stoney’s Rockin’ Country on December 10 with Randall King, Clint Daniels, Kylie Frey, Wynn Williams, Mae Estes, Jake Jacobson and two others to be announced soon.
How about Randall King’s Tonk Vegas coming to Stoney’s Rockin’ Country during the rodeo?!?!
Sunday, December 10th with Randall King, Clint Daniels, Kylie Frey, Wynn Williams, Mae Estes and Jake Jacobson will hit the Stoney’s stage with a night of rounds, acoustic in hand for a more intimate musical experience.
Stoney’s Rockin’ Country
Doors are at 7pm
This is an 18 and over event
GA tickets are $20.00 in advance
Seated tickets are $30 in advance
Purchase Tickets here: https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/60175148/randall-kings-tonk-vegas-las-vegas-stoneys-rockincountry?fbclid=IwAR1Xluc72s2hL39svcC0jQjU69uQv61TnYQV5sYDuerDeShZR-mwK-Inz6U
One of country’s new crop of modern traditionalists, Warner Music Nashville artist Randall King grew up on the endless plains of West Texas – and his sound is steeped in their timeless beauty, both gritty and graceful at the same time. He grew up singing in the back of a ‘93 Chevy Suburban, mimicking the pure-country vocals of stars like Keith Whitley, George Strait, Alan Jackson and John Anderson and over the years became drawn to the electrifying energy of modern stars like Eric Church, Dierks Bentley and Jason Aldean.
Daniels has co-written songs for dozen of country artists including the hit “Brokenheartsville” by Joe Nichols, “Ready For The End Of The World” by George Strait and “Roll With Me” by Montgomery Gentry, as well as Brooks & Dunn’s 2008 “God Must Be Busy” and Easton Corbin’s single, “I Can’t Love You Back“ and Eric Church’s “Some Of It”.
Born and raised as country as it gets, Frey is a third-generation rodeo girl and Louisiana state goat-tying champion – and a rising star as genuine as her Wranglers. Sincere in her convictions and too real to dismiss, even for ardent country haters, her sound both typifies and transcends the genre.
Country music is more than just a cowboy hat and boots. It’s standing by your word, honoring a handshake, and working hard. Country music is not about where you’re from or what you wear; it’s about how you live, and Wynn Williams lives country music. This former rodeo cowboy is the kind of entertainer that puts his fans and his show ﬁrst – always engaging with his audience before, during and after he’s on the stage. His contagious smile and well-known, genuine kindness are only a few of the many things that put Wynn in the arena with those legendary artists that carry around the mantra of having “the whole package.”
In 1999, 7-year-old Mae Estes walked into the middle of a southwest Arkansas rodeo show arena with a cordless microphone and sang the national anthem a cappella for the first time, claiming she could do it better than the LeAnn Rimes recorded version the venue typically played. Mae went on to perform at every rodeo she competed in, as well as other sporting events, nearby hayrides and opries.
Jake Jacobson is a 25 year old “throwback kid” from the mountains. Country music has been in his blood since the beginning. Watching his Dad’s honkytonk band in the late 90’s and early 2000’s inspired a career in music for Jake.