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Country Star Chris Young Performs At Rodeo Houston Wednesday Night!

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Country Star Chris Young Performs At Rodeo Houston Wednesday Night!

The 2006 winner of “Nashville Star” took the Rodeo Houston stage Wednesday night for an estimated crowd of 64,901 for Armed Forces Appreciation Day presented by BHP Billiton.

(Houston, Texas) Country music star Chris Young entertained the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo last night to the grand sum of 64,901 in official attendance. Arriving on stage following a symbolic flag presentation by the United States Air Force.

Young breezed onto the round revolving stage in an attempt to dominant. Dressed in all black, as if paying tribute to Johnny Cash, a black steal guitar in one hand a red solo cup in the other.

chrisyoungsherylnields Country Star Chris Young Performs At Rodeo Houston Wednesday Night!Though out his estimated 90 minute set, Young kept begging the crowd kindly; reminding them to sing along. “When I say Conway Twitty, Y’all better loose your minds.” He reminded them after stopping and repeating “I Can Take It From There.”

Joining Young on stage was his ‘Mile High Club’ co-star Cassadee Pope for a surprise performance of “Think of Me.” Dressed in a gold sequin top, black leather mini skirt, and black leather knee boots, that would make any ‘southern girl proud,’ Pope was a welcomed addition.

“Y’all are ridiculous, man,” he said to the crowd. “Thank you so much for my career.”

Rodeo Houston continues nightly with rodeo and concerts now till March 20 2016.





The Band Perry Pulled Out All The Stops At The First Official Night Of The Houston Live Stock Show And Rodeo.

(Houston, Texas)- The Band Perry [TBP] trio kicked off Rodeo Houston Wednesday night, and it was clear Houston was ready! After a short delay due to a tragic Chuck Wagon accident, the band arrived to the stage in rodeo style, a black Ford Explorer amid a storm of fireworks, smoke and the good ole smell of rodeo food.

Two small hours before TBP took to the stage, news came out of Nashville of a split with Big Machine Label Group, and The Band Perry; reportedly over the bands new sound.

Still, a reported crowd of 52,050 welcomed the sibling trio, Kimberly, Neil and Reed Perry — to Reliant Stadium, wearing boots and belt buckles was the only reminder of a country concert instead of ‘Pop.’ Loaded with award-winning, platinum, and gold singles, the bands set list of hits echoed from the ceiling of the arena.

The crowd, visibly thinner than 2015’s kick off night seemed to be waiting for something from the band, and they sure got it! The country trio, let loose the lion, around their fourth song, and you could see the crowd energy increase with each song.

It took TBP awhile to settle in vocally, but when they did, the harmonies were on point.

“Live Forever” and “The Best One Yet,” new singles from their upcoming album Heart+Beat, screams ‘pop’ and demanded the crowds attention.

The Band Perry’s award-winning ballad “If I Die Young,” came towards the end of their show set. The song allowed the family band to sell more than 4 million copies and won them a Grammy!

The hour long set list, included several fan-pleasing, often very pop, up beat songs, and covers from Justin Beieber, and Justin Timberlake, to name a few. It was the bands fifth Rodeo Houston appearance.

TBP took the opportunity to ‘thank Houston’ for supporting the band’s first single “Hip To My Heart,” even though Kimberley Perry then ‘thanked’ the crowd of Dallas. Another surprise, the show went on, like it didn’t happen.

Beyonce World Tour Announced Houston And Dallas Dates

Beyonce World Tour Announced Houston And Dallas Dates

(Houston) Beyoncé has announced her World Tour that will makes stops in Houston and Dallas.

The ‘Formation World Tour’ will stop at NRG Stadium on May 7 and AT&T Stadium in Arlington on May 9.

The world tour,  opens  in Miami’s on April 27, will travel to 22 North American cities, including Pasadena, California, Chicago and New York.

The world tour is the singer’s first solo world tour since 2013.  Live Nation has divided the tickets into two segments. The Houston show will go on sale starting February 22.

Houston’s Hottest Concerts For 2016

Houston live concert fans are in for hell of a year in 2016 with several massive concerts headed to Houston. Below is a list  and link to some of the best concerts announced so far for 2016.

  • Janet Jackson | July 13, 8:00PM  Toyota Center
  • Barry Manilow | February 17, 7:30PM  Toyota Center
  • AC/DC | February 26, 8:00PM Toyota Center

Click the link above for the complete list for the  2016 Rodeo Houston All-Star Concert Line Up:The rodeo runs (March 1-20)

  • Justin Bieber | April 9, 7:30PM Toyota Center
  • Clay Walker | March 25, 2016 Arena Theatre
  • Rihanna | March 5, 7:00PM  Toyota Center
  • Carrie Underwood | April 19, 7:00PM  Toyota Center
  • Lauryn Hill | May 1, 2016 Revention Music Center
  • Ellie Goulding | May 21, 7:00PM Toyota Center
  • Loretta Lynn | May 14, 2016 Arena Theatre
  • The Cure | May 14, 7:00PM Toyota Center
  • Selena Gomez | June 15, 7:00PM Toyota Center
  • Demi Lovato | September 9, 7:30PM  Toyota Center
  • Nick Jonas | September 9, 7:30PM  Toyota Center
  • Dixie Chicks | August 06, 2016 7:00PM Woodlands
  • Adele | November 8, 7:00PM Toyota Center