Moe Bandy, T.G. Sheppard, and Jeannie Seely

Date: Saturday, February 20th, 2021
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: $43 Premium Reserved (Rows A-N)
$38 Reserved (Rows O-Z)

All ticket prices increase by $5 at the door (after 5:00 pm night of show)

No refunds or exchanges

For more information, please contact our box office at 770.537.MILL (6455).

This concert will go on sale to the public in October 2020.

Performers

Moe Bandy


Moe's long string of hits include "Bandy The Rodeo Clown","Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life", "Till I'm Too Old To Die young", "Americana", "It's A Cheatin' Situation", "Just good Ol' Boys", "Barstool Mountain", "I Cheated Me Right Out of You", "I Just Started Hatin' Cheatin' Songs Today", "Rodeo Romeo", "You Haven't Heard the Last of Me", "Holding The Bag" And dozens of other chart-toppers. Whether writing, recording new songs or travelling the world performing. Moe keeps one of the busiest schedules in show business.


TG Sheppard


After working his way through the record industry, T.G. Sheppard emerged in the mid-'70s as one of the leading country-pop singers, bringing the music closer to the rock-influenced, cosmopolitain sounds of urban cowboy. A native of Humboldt, TN, Sheppard headed off to Memphis after high school, getting involved in the record business on several different levels. He tried recording as a pop artist and even signed with Atlantic Records under the name Brian Stacy, opening shows for the Beach Boys. A few years later, he took a job with a Memphis record distributor, then ended up in record promotion, where the job entailed calling radio stations and trying to persuade them to play his company's records. In that capacity for RCA, he helped break Elvis Presley's "Suspicious Minds," Perry Como's "It's Impossible," and John Denver's "Take Me Home Country Roads." After "going independent," he came across a demo tape of "Devil in the Bottle." He tried to talk a number of artists into doing the song, and when no one was interested, he decided to do it himself on Motown's fledgling country division, Melodyland Records. Primarily a recitation, "Devil in the Bottle" became a number one hit in 1975, but within three years, the company folded, and Sheppard's career was in limbo.


Jeannie Seely


Best known for her hit, "Don't Touch Me," which went to No. 2 on Billboard magazine's country singles chart in 1966. Also had a series of duets with country performer Jack Greene, most notably with the No. 2 1970 hit, "Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You."


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