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Darryl Worley, Jeff Bates, Buddy Jewell, Julie Roberts, Trent Tomlinson, Tammy Cochran, Jimmy Fortune, Marty Raybon, Adam Gregory, and Emily Brooke, plus Grand Ole Opry stars, The Whites, along with country music legend, Jeannie Seely are among the artists slated to appear on Billy Yates’ COUNTRIEST of the COUNTRY show scheduled for Wednesday, June 8th at the Ernest Tubb Texas Troubadour Theater in Nashville.
This year’s show will once again feature "hit songwriters in the round" with NSAI Hall Of Famer, Jerry Foster ("Someone To Give My Love To” - Johnny Paycheck and Tracy Byrd; “The Easy Part’s Over” - Charley Pride; “Thirty Nine And Holding” - Jerry Lee Lewis; “I’ll Think Of Something” - Mark Chesnutt, plus more), along with singing/songwriting sensation, Deborah Allen (“Baby I Lied” and “I‘ve Been Wrong Before“ - Deborah Allen; plus the Janie Frickie smash, “Let’s Stop Talkin’ About It” and more), also one of Nashville's hottest singer/songwriters, Byon Hill ("Pickin' Up Strangers" - Johnny Lee; "Fool Hearted Memory" - George Strait; "Born Country" - Alabama; "Politics, Religion and Her" - Sammy Kershaw; "Nothing On But The Radio" - Gary Allan, plus more.
The annual event which is sponsored by the Billy Yates International Fan Club and hosted by Nashville singer/songwriter, Billy Yates began eight years ago and has now evolved into what is considered by many to be the best Country Music show during the CMA Music Festival. With so many guests, it is by far one of the best entertainment values in Nashville that week. Artists will offer merchandise for sale during the show and a meet and greet with the artists will follow the evening’s entertainment.
To order your $25.00 ticket(s) online go to: www.countriestofthecountry.ticketleap.com
Proceeds go to Christmas for the Children, a non-profit organization based in White House, Tennessee that raises money throughout the year to take underprivileged children from middle Tennessee Christmas shopping each December.
Doors open at 5:30pm. Seating is GENERAL ADMISSION (with the exception of reserved sections for groups booking in large quantities).