Atwood is also scheduled to make an appearance on TBN’s HUCKABEE for a very special Veteran’s Day Show on Saturday, Nov. 10 & Sunday, Nov. 11
Peoria, Ill. – United States Representative Darin LaHood and City of Peoria, Illinois Mayor Jim Ardis have honored country music veteran Tim Atwood with both a Proclamation from the 18th Congressional District of Illinois and the City of Peoria. Both Proclamations acknowledge and honor the contributions that Tim Atwood has made in his nearly fifty year career in country music.
“I’ve spent thirty-eight years of my life in Nashville, Tennessee performing on the Grand Ole Opry,” says Atwood. “Today I travel the country taking my music to the fans. But, no matter where I find myself, Illinois is in my heart, and Peoria will forever be my home. It was a great honor to be recognized by Mayor Ardis and Representative LaHood. I hope I make Peoria proud, because I’m proud to be from my hometown.”
“I have a special appreciation on your focus on the Lord and the importance of that. In this day and age we live in, certainly not in politicians, but a lot of professional entertainers don’t have the ethical fortitude to be able to stand up and be proud of the fact they are Christians,” said Mayor Jim Ardis. “I think it is especially important for younger kids to hear that example. So many people don’t want to stand up for their faith.”
With recent appearances on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family, Fox News, RFD-TV’s Larry’s Country Diner, and a busy tour schedule, audiences understand the long time veteran of the Grand Ole Opry stage is more than a singer; more than a pianist; Tim Atwood is an entertainer and a dynamic country showman.
On November 10 & 11, Atwood will make an appearance on Trinity Broadcasting Network’s (TBN) hit show HUCKABEE for a special Veterans Day episode. Atwood – whose son is an ARMY veteran – will perform his patriotic single “I’ll Stand Up And Say So,” from his latest album Livin’ The Dream. “My son Torre is a Purple Heart veteran who was injured during his second tour in Iraq. He spent six weeks in a hospital in Germany before he was able to fly back to the states to complete his recovery. As a father I know what it’s like to be part of a military family. I understand the sacrifices our veterans made to ensure our freedoms. I don’t take that for granted, and anything I can do to support our veterans, I consider an honor and a privilege.”
Tim Atwood On Tour:
NOV 11 Tim Atwood & T. Graham Brown in Concert / Mt Juliet, Tenn.
DEC 01 Celebrate Christmas at The Jamboree / Wheeling, W. Va.
DEC 02 Relevant Worship Center / St. Clairsville, Ohio
DEC 07 Spike’s Sports Grille / Crossville, Tenn.
DEC 15 Private Party / Tulsa, Okla.
DEC 18 Grinders Switch Christmas Show / Centerville, Tenn.
DEC 19 Private Party / Nashville, Tenn.
JAN 27 The Country Music Cruise (2019) / Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
MAY 10 Tim Atwood & Lorrie Morgan / Bremen, Ga.
For a complete tour schedule, please click here.
About Tim Atwood:
Tim is originally from East Peoria, Illinois. He began his music career playing gospel music at the age of thirteen for The Harris Family. Before settling in at the Grand Ole Opry, Tim toured with country legends Mel Street, Lynn Anderson and Jim Ed Brown where he can still be seen regularly on the rebroadcasts of Jim Ed’s TV series Nashville On The Road. Tim’s other TV credits include Home & Family, Larry’s Country Diner, Another Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting, Opry Live, Nashville Now, Hee Haw, Church Street Station, Country On The Gulf, Pop Goes The Country, Country Connection, Late Night With David Letterman, The Dailey & Vincent Show and features on CBS, NBC and FOX National News.
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‘Lodge Meetings’ will continue to be held in Canada beginning on September 20, 2019 in Red Deer, Alberta
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Steve Smith, better known as Red Green, from the beloved Gemini Award-winning comedy series The Red Green Show, is excited to announce the second leg of his “This Could Be It” tour for 2019 extending into Canada. Kicking off on September 20, 2019 in Red Deer, Alta., Red Green will return to his homeland for a coast-to-coast trek of shows from Nova Scotia to British Columbia. Additional dates are set to be added in Winnipeg, Man.; Courtenay, B.C.; Calgary, Alta.; and Blyth, Ont. Tickets for the Canadian shows will go on sale this Thursday, November, 1.
The name says it all: Potentially Red Green’s last tour as he heads out on the road to hold ‘lodge meetings’ all over the United States and Canada in 2019. This might be your last opportunity to catch Red Green live before he takes a long look at his birth certificate and decides not to keep pushing his luck.
The latest one man show features some brand new handyman projects, advice to married guys and teenage boys, tips on getting old, an apology to the world on behalf of all baby boomers, with special contributions from Harold and a couple of other cast members talking animals, and a final wish from Red Green to all of his loyal fans.
Additionally, previously announced 2019 U.S. tour dates are selling out and more shows are being added. 35 US dates are now on sale, with some venues at 70% of capacity already sold. U.S. dates includes Saint Petersburg, Florida; Phoenix, Arizona; Denver, Colorado; North Tonawanda, New York; and Cincinnati, Ohio.
To purchase tickets, and for the most up-to-date tour schedule, please visit RedGreen.com/on-tour.html
The Red Green Show 2019 Canadian Tour:
SEP 20 Memorial Centre / Red Deer, Alta.
SEP 21 Arden Theatre / St. Albert, Alta.
SEP 22 Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre / Medicine Hat, Alta.
SEP 23 Yates Memorial Theatre / Lethbridge, Alta.
SEP 26 Vanier Hall / Prince George, B.C.
SEP 27 Hub International Theatre at the Chilliwack Cultural Ctr. / Chilliwack, B.C.
SEP 28 Port Theatre / Nanaimo, B.C.
SEP 30 McPherson Playhouse / Victoria, B.C.
OCT 02 Kelowna Community Theatre / Kelowna, B.C.
OCT 05 Mae Wilson Theatre / Moose Jaw, Sask.
OCT 06 Broadway Theatre / Saskatoon, Sask.
OCT 07 Conexus Arts Centre / Regina, Sask.
OCT 08 Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium / Brandon, Man.
OCT 16 Algonquin Commons Theatre / Ottawa, Ont.
OCT 17 Grand Theatre / Kingston, Ont.
OCT 23 Centennial Hall / London, Ont.
OCT 24 Centre In The Square / Kitchener, Ont.
OCT 25 Academy Theatre / Lindsay, Ont.
OCT 26 Showplace Performance Centre / Peterborough, Ont.
OCT 28 The Playhouse / Fredericton, N.B.
OCT 29 Rebecca Cohn Auditorium at Dalhousie Arts Centre / Halifax, N.S.
* For the complete updated tour schedule, and to buy tickets, visit RedGreen.com/on-tour.html
About The Red Green Show:
The Red Green Show is a unique half-hour comedy series targeted at family audiences, with the purpose of entertaining and providing an escape from the pressures of urban living.
Set way up north at the infamous Possum Lodge, The Red Green Show is a hilarious insight into men, their dreams, and their obsessions. It’s a show for anyone who thinks God created man to give the rest of the world something to laugh at!
Steve Smith plays the acerbic, dry-witted Red Green, lodge leader and host of the show that takes special aim at the yet unexplored humorous side of the male ego and other inflatables. Pat McKenna plays Harold, Red’s techno-geek nephew, and Rick Green (no relation to Red) is the klutzy naturalist Bill. Each week they pass the time bonding, adventuring, entrepreneuring and basically keeping the eight-year-old in them alive and well.
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announces #ThisCouldBeIt tour, with Lodge Meetings happening throughout N. America & Canada in 2019. bit.ly/1EbAwkx
More than just great shows, Billy Bob’s is known for live bull riding, great food and drinks, and for being a mini-museum of musical artifacts donated by some of Country Music’s biggest stars.
FORT WORTH, Texas – Billy Bob’s is the home of big-name concerts, bull riding and chicken fried steak with a reputation as gigantic as the state itself. With a new dance floor, Billy Bob’s Texas fans will be two-stepping throughout the month of November with top name entertainers from the past, present and future gracing its historic stage.
NOV 02 – Ben & Noel Haggard
NOV 03 – Parker McCollum
NOV 04 – Festival Fort Worth
NOV 09 – Bryan White & Wade Hayes
NOV 10 – Billy F Gibbons
NOV 10 – Dr. Wu: Live at Billy Bob’s 81 Club
NOV 16 – Willie Nelson & Family
NOV 17 – Willie Nelson & Family
NOV 22 – Los Aguilares
NOV 24 – Chris Janson
NOV 30 – Shotgun Rider
The 10-time Academy of Country Music “Nightclub of the Year” has had over 17 million visitors since opening in 1981.
For Nearly 40 years, Billy Bob’s Texas has remained one of the hottest nightclubs throughout the country. Offering everything from great food, couples line-dancing classes and bull riding, proving Billy Bob’s Texas isn’t just about the concerts. Nearly 50,000 bulls have bucked in Billy Bob’s Arena to date, and every Friday and Saturday nights at 9:00 pm and 10:00 pm, patrons can watch real bull riders in action at Billy Bob’s.
Billy Bob’s has also collected a variety of historical artifacts which are on display throughout the venue. In the appropriately named “Guitar Bar,” patrons can check out a large autographed guitar collection, and over 1,400 guitar picks which have been donated by many of the legends that graced the stages at Billy Bob’s over the years.
Billy Bob’s Texas has been featured in many acclaimed films, including Pure Country starring George Straight, Baja Oklahoma starring Lesley Ann Warren, Peter Coyote and Willie Nelson. In Addition, Billy Bob’s Texas can be seen in reruns of many episodes of Dallas and Walker, Texas Ranger.
For additional information and upcoming concerts and events, visit www.billybobstexas.com
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.@BillyBobsTexas November lineup is out now featuring @WillieNelson @Bryan_White @BillyFGibbons @Janson_Chris + more! Get your tickets now! bit.ly/2sk3nXs #BillyBobsTX
107.7 FM WIVK will host their Concert For A Cause on Nov. 1 benefiting the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. The concert will feature Carly Pearce, Uncle Kracker, and Michael Ray, with hit Nashville songwriters
Plus, Cotton Eyed Joe launches an all new, mobile-friendly website to make finding show information and buying tickets easier
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – East Tennessee’s most legendary nightclub, Cotton Eyed Joe, is proud to announce their #ShowAtTheJoe November lineup which brings Carly Pearce, Uncle Kracker, Michael Ray, Lindsay Ell & Cody Johnson with Jacob Bryant to the stage.
107.7 FM WIVK will host their Concert For A Cause on Nov. 1 benefiting the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. The concert will feature Carly Pearce, Uncle Kracker, and Michael Ray, with hit Nashville songwriters Steve Bogard, Kyle Jacobs, Ben Glover, and Rachel Thibodeau. Tickets are only $10 and can be purchased at the all new Cotton Eyed Joe’s website.
For over 25 years, the Cotton Eyed Joe has served as the hottest night club in all of East Tennessee. In fact, this year it won the ACM (Academy of Country Music) Industry Award for Nightclub of the Year! With complete renovations and new offerings, the “Joe” has a totally updated atmosphere, perfect for concerts and other live events.
November Concerts & Events:
NOV 01 – WIVK Concert For A Cause featuring Carly Pearce, Uncle Kracker, Michael Ray and more.
NOV 02 – Valor Fight Challenge
NOV 09 – Lindsey Ell
NOV 30 – Cody Johnson with Jacob Bryant
To buy tickets and for show updates, please click here.
Part of the “Joe’s” renovations include new flooring, dance floors, lighting, and pool tables. Soon they will have updated restrooms and a permanent stage for their world-famous performances!
New Changes & Offerings:
Arriving at the ‘Joe’ has never been better because the valet parking services have been enhanced. An all new menu will be making its debut sometime soon at the ‘Joe’. It will be filled with usual pub fare bar food, plus many delicious fresh food choices.
Free dance lessons are held at the ‘Joe’ from 7-9pm on Thursdays and Sundays. Thursday’s lessons consist of two stepping and line dancing, and Sunday’s lessons consist of line dancing. Cotton Eyed Joe is always teaching new and exciting dance moves!
18+ are always welcome at the Cotton Eyed Joe! CEJ has weekly specials, too, so club goers can have a good time while also saving some cash.
Each week, more than 3,000 people occupy the “Joe’s” 25,000 square foot building, and dance on the 2,500 sq ft dance floor.
One of the coolest features about the “Joe” is how it’s decorated. For example, the DJ booth is an actual semi-truck! The rest of the building is filled with signed photos, western gear, and much more.
The National Anthem is played EVERY NIGHT, followed by the club’s theme song, “Cotton Eyed Joe”.
In addition to dancing and enjoying your favorite cold beverage, there are many other fun things to do at Cotton Eyed Joe. From video games, to pool tables, or taking a ride on the mechanical bull, it would be impossible not to have a good time at the “Joe.” Additionally, there are also games like Jenga, darts, and foosball.
Joe’s Closet is a shopping center located inside Cotton Eyed Joe, where t-shirts, hats, koozies, and more can be purchased. This is also the place for coat checks, and where concert tickets can be purchased.
Over the years, the Cotton Eyed Joe has housed many incredible performances. Artists include Chris Stapleton, Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, Chris Janson, Uncle Kracker, Eli Young Band, Dan + Shay, Montgomery Gentry, Brothers Osborne, Aaron Lewis, Joe Nichols, Kane Brown, Chris Lane, Old Dominion, Chase Bryant, Tyler Farr, Morgan Wallen, Maddie and Tae, Bret Michaels, Colt Ford, Gary Allen, Lauren Alaina, William Michael Morgan, Chase Rice, Michael Ray, and many more!
For additional information and upcoming concerts and events, visit Cotton Eyed Joe’s website at www.cottoneyedjoe.com
About Cotton Eyed Joe:
In 2017, Chuck Ward, a real estate investor purchased Cotton Eyed Joe as his “new project.” Less than a year later, the Joe was named “Nightclub of the Year” by the Academy of Country Music. With renovations, concerts, and special events happening weekly, more than 3,000 people occupy the “Joe’s” 25,000 square foot building and dance on the 2,500 square foot dance floor. The “Joe’s” décor includes signed memorabilia, western gear, and a DJ booth made from an actual semi-truck. Those 18+ are always welcome for shows and a good time.
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.@Cottoneyedjoetn announces November #ShowAtTheJoe concert lineup featuring @unkleofficial @lindsayell @carlypearce @Michaelraymusic @codyjohnson @Jacobbryant1 Visit CottonEyedJoe.com for more details or to buy concert tickets. #865Joe
FORT WORTH, Texas – The American Rancher, hosted by Pam Minick, is in its 14th year of broadcasting on RFD-TV. The series began in the fall of 2004 and brings audiences in touch with the people and places that make ranching an American lifestyle. Show episodes premiere each Monday night at 9:00 PM EST on RFD-TV and re-air again Tuesday at 1:00 AM EST and Sunday at Noon EST.
The American Rancher is a half-hour television series that continues to reach a vast audience through RFD-TV (DISH-231 & DirecTV-345). Each week, sit back and enjoy a glimpse into the lives of hard-working men and women who contribute to the beef industry in America.
The American Rancher features a variety of shows including seed stock producers, genetics companies, breed associations, western heritage and more!
Each week Pam Minick takes our viewers on an informative visit to different ranching operations and the people that run them with stylish enthusiasm and warmth. Pam is a former Miss Rodeo America who has a distinguished career in both rodeo competition and in television. She has years of experience as an on-camera personality. She has been honored with awards from national institutions of western culture and achievements including the 1999 Tad Lucas Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, 2000 inductee into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame, 2004 inductee into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas and was the recipient of the 2006 Great Woman of Texas award.
The American Rancher has premiered many cattle ranching seed stock program featured guests including 44 Farms, Holden Herefords, Felton Angus Ranch, Cross Diamond Cattle Company, Profit Maker Bulls, Willow Oak Cattle Ranch and several Breed Associations. The show has also featured The Bellamy Brothers from their Florida Ranch, Nolan Ryan from his Gonzales, Texas ranch and many other fine outstanding producers across the United States. Superior Productions Manager, Kirbe Schnoor-Weiser sits down each week to produce and edit the story of these outstanding families and operations. Not only does the American Rancher feature stories on livestock operations but the medicine and equipment companies that are a part of the industry.
In the coming days, viewers will continue to see the people and personalities that keep the ranching spirit alive. The American Rancher will continue to provide ranch owners the opportunity to showcase their operations, while at the same time sharing the experience of ranching with RFD-TV viewers in a real way.
The American Rancher is produced by Superior Productions in Fort Worth, Texas which has produced a number of programs that have aired over RFD-TV this year. Superior Productions is owned by Superior Livestock Auction, America’s premier video livestock auction company. Superior Productions is a full-service production company that is managed by Joe Lichtie, an experienced media professional. Joe began The American Rancher in 2004. Producer Kirbe Schnoor-Weiser brings a sense of style and storytelling like no other in the Livestock industry. The American Rancher has several excellent sponsors that have helped bring the show to viewers each week over the years.
The American Rancher is seen exclusively on RFD-TV, rural America’s most important network which reaches over 100 million households across the nation on DirecTV and DISH Network.
About Pam Minick:
Pam Minick is a former Miss Rodeo America, and is one of the most well-known faces in the world of rodeo. She’s a former Women’s World Champion Calf Roper and qualifier to the Women’s National Finals rodeo in team roping.
Minick has appeared as a sports commentator/interviewer on over 1000 nationally televised Rodeo, Equestrian, and Country Music specials.
Honors for Pam Minick include the 1992 Coca Cola Woman of the Year in Pro Rodeo for her contributions to the sport. Pam was selected to co-announce the prestigious Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, marking the first woman to announce a major pro rodeo. In 1994 Pam was named the recipient of the “Lane Frost Award” for enhancement of the sport of rodeo and in 1999 Minick received the Tad Lucas Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. In 2000 she was inducted into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame, in 2004 she was inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in Fort Worth and in 2006 was named Great Woman of Texas.
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.@BillyBobsTexas‘ @PamMinick1 to host 15th year of @OfficialRFDTV‘s #TheAmericanRancher