Jason Michael Carroll concert July 31
At Sublette County Fair
by Sublette County Fair Board
July 21, 2009
Jason Michael Carroll, the rising country music star with the chart-topping debut album, "Waitin’ in the Country," will be the concert headliner at the Sublette County Fair. The indoor arena at the fairgrounds will rock with Carroll’s deep-valley baritone on Friday, July 31 at 7 p.m. Opening act will be the Doo Wah Riders.
Carroll’s first album debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. His first two singles, "Alyssa Lies" and "Livin’ Our Love Song," shot into the Top 5. He opened for Brooks & Dunn, Trace Adkins, and Alan Jackson, and became part of the 2008 tours of Carrie Underwood and Martina McBride. He was also featured on Good Morning America, thrilled the crowd at the CMA Music Festival, and has played multiple times at the Grand Ole Opry. His latest CD, "Growing Up Is Getting Old," was released in April.
The Doo Wah Riders celebrate thirty years as performing artists. They have appeared in concert with Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss, Randy Travis, and Joan Jett, to name just a few. As a back-up band they have warmed up for Pam Tillis, Stonewall Jackson, Glen Campbell, Lee Ann Womack, and many others.
You won’t want to miss a night of country music like this!
Tickets are just $15 in advance, and are available locally at the Cowboy Shop, Rock Rabbit, Office Outlet, Sand Draw Station, Sublette County Libraries, Elk Horn Lodge, and All American Fuel. In Kemmerer, purchase tickets at Sawaya's. In Jackson, tickets are available at the Teton County Fair Office. Or buy your ticket at the door for only $20. This event is funded in part by Shell, the Sublette County Fair Board and the Board of County Commissioners.
The 2009 Sublette County Fair runs July 23 through August 2. For more details about the concert and all the attractions at this year’s fair, visit www.SubletteCountyFair.com or call the fair office at 307-276-5373.
The Sublette County Fairgrounds are located on US Highway 189 where it joins Wyoming Highway 351, just north of Marbleton. Fair buildings are smoke-free. No glass bottles or glass containers please.