‘You Can’t Hide Redneck’ with Tracy Lawrence Nov. 24 at MontBleu
Recent Country Music Association (CMA) Award winner, Tracy Lawrence, will bring his popular brand of country music to the stage at the MontBleu Theatre in South Lake Tahoe, Saturday, Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. for one show during the Thanksgiving weekend.
Performing classic hits like “You Can’t Hide Redneck,” “Time Marches On,” “Better Man, Better Off” and “Lessons Learned,” as well as the award winning popular track with Kenny Chesney, “Find Out Who Your Friends Are,” which garnered CMA’s 2007 “Musical Event of the Year.”
Over the years, Lawrence, a native of Foreman, Ark., has earned widespread recognition for his direct and sometimes edgy music, including Top New Male Vocalist (1992); Country Weekly Video Artist Of The Year (1995) and Editor’s Choice Platinum Pick crown (1996).
Lawrence has had 20 hit singles reach Top 5 status on Billboard’s country music charts, including “Texas Tornado,” “Paint Me a Birmingham” and “As Any Fool Can See.” Over the years, Lawrence has landed more No. 1 Billboard country singles than greats like Wynonna or Barbara Mandrell; more Top 5’s than Shania Twain, Faith Hill or The Judds; and more Top 10s than Ricky Skaggs, John Michael Montgomery and Dwight Yoakam.
Lawrence’s new album combines his traditional sound with a contemporary/pop feel, demonstrating his range of talents. The title track, “For The Love” recorded with Brad Arnold from Three Doors Down, created a fresh sound for Lawrence. In addition to the unique style, the song also draws on his own experiences to provide a strong message for listeners to be passionate, happy and proud.
Tickets are $35 plus tax and available at Ticketmaster. MontBleu Show and Room packages for two start at $265 and include two show tickets and one night’s accommodations in a deluxe or spa room.
For information on MontBleu call 800-648-3353 or visit http://www.montbleuresort.com. For tickets visit http://www.ticketmaster.com/venue/229405.
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