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McAlpin Entertainment is proud to present "Unplugged with Trick Pony, Andy Griggs, Buddy Jewell, and Jeff Bates", live at the Tift Theatre in downtown Tifton on August 4th, 2016! Don't miss all four Country stars on the same stage at the same time in what is truly a one-night-only event!
ANDY GRIGGS - Andy Griggs exploded onto the country music scene in 1999 with his debut single "You Won't Ever Be Lonely", following up with another #1, five top 5's, and four other top 10's including "I'll Go Crazy", "She's More", "She Thinks She Needs Me", and "If Heaven".
BUDDY JEWELL - Buddy Jewell is the Season One winner of USA Network's hit show Nashville Star, beating all other contestants by over 2 million votes, quickly making him a household name. His self-titled debut album produced two top 3 hits, "Help Pour Out the Rain (Lacey's Song)" and "Sweet Southern Comfort", selling over 500,000 albums.
JEFF BATES - Jeff Bates released his debut single, “The Love Song” in December 2002. Peaking at #8 on the Billboard country charts, it was the first of three singles from his debut album Rainbow Man, which also produced a #23 hit in "I Wanna Make You Cry". His fourth single, “Long Slow Kisses”, was the third Top 40 hit of his career, peaking at #17 in 2005.
JAMES OTTO - There’s a certain chemistry that happens when a great vocalist collides with a hit song. Magic just explodes from the speakers and the impact is undeniable. It’s a phenomenon James Otto knows well. His breakthrough hit, “Just Got Started Lovin’ You,” topped the country chart and was the Most Played Country Single of the Year in 2008, quickly earned him the respect of industry gatekeepers and the adoration of legions of country music fans. James Otto is also know for hits like "These Are the Good Ole Days" and "Groovy Little Summer Song". James is also a very accomplished songwriter, having pinned such hits as Jamey Johnson's "In Color" and Zac Brown Band's "No Hurry".