What do get when you put the original lead vocalists from three of the biggest country bands of all time together on one stage at the same time? The answer is The Frontmen of Country. Collectively, the three stars, Larry Stewart of Restless Heart, Ritchie McDonald of Lonestar, and Tim Rushlow formerly of Little Texas will take the stage at Jackpot Junction's Decotah Exposition Center March 17!
Tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 8. Get yours here!
an American country music icon, is best known for his role as lead singer of
the country band Restless Heart. Starting in 1993, Stewart also recorded four
solo albums and charted eight singles including a top 5 hit with “Alright
Already” on the Billboard chart before reuniting with Restless Heart in 2002.
He is the voice you’ve on 14 Top 10 singles and six #1 hits, plus has garnered
Grammy, CMA and ACM group of the year awards and nominations.
Richie McDonald has long been one of music’s most
accomplished and wide-ranging talents. McDonald is easily recognized as the
face and voice of Lonestar, one of country music’s preeminent groups. He is
also one of the industry’s most successful songwriters, having penned some of
the era’s most memorable songs and earned a mantle full of awards and
Tim Rushlow has already achieved so much more
than most aspiring musician’s dream of accomplishing. Born in Oklahoma and
raised in Texas, Rushlow catapulted to fame as lead singer for the country
super group, Little Texas. Between 1991 and 1998, the group charted 20 singles
on Billboard’s country chart. When the group disbanded, Rushlow embarked on a
successful solo career.
This trio, who have over 30 #1
hits combined and more than 30 million records sold, share the stories behind
some of their biggest hits, including "What Might Have Been,"
"I’ll Still Be Loving You," "Meet in the Middle,"
"Beautiful Mess," "How Your Love Makes Me Feel," and
"One More Day."