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Jun21

Matte Gray Band with Special Appearance by John Rich with Moonshine Flats

Friday, June 21, 2019

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GUEST LIST INFO: Doors Open @ 8pm | Guest List Sign-Ups End @ 8pm | Guest List Closes @ 10pm - Must Arrive by 10pm for Guest List Consideration

NIGHTLY SCHEDULE: Line Dancing & Lessons 8pm-10pm | Live Music 10pm-12am | DJ & Dancing 12am-Close | $10 Cover Charge begins @ 9pm

The Matte Gray Band

All the way from Nashville, The Matte Gray Band consistently brings the house down with unparalleled musicianship, killer three-part harmony vocals and a crazy... read more

GUEST LIST INFO: Doors Open @ 8pm | Guest List Sign-Ups End @ 8pm | Guest List Closes @ 10pm - Must Arrive by 10pm for Guest List Consideration

NIGHTLY SCHEDULE: Line Dancing & Lessons 8pm-10pm | Live Music 10pm-12am | DJ & Dancing 12am-Close | $10 Cover Charge begins @ 9pm

The Matte Gray Band

All the way from Nashville, The Matte Gray Band consistently brings the house down with unparalleled musicianship, killer three-part harmony vocals and a crazy party-throwing setlist. When they're not playing at Moonshine Flats and Moonshine Beach in San Diego, they are headlining at the best honky tonks on Broadway in Nashville and have been in the studio crafting their very first and much anticipated original EP. The Matte Gray Band is made up of Jared Gray on lead vocals and guitar, Matt Griffith on vocals and electric guitar, Tim Hull on lead guitar, Tim Denbo on bass and vocals and Olajuwon Jackson on drums.

John Rich

With the leadoff single to his first solo project, John Rich has captured the tenor of a troubled age. "Shuttin' Detroit Down," a populist anthem that gives voice to millions of hard-working Americans who have watched an economic elite benefit while the nation's economy collapses, has quickly swept the nation. Its premiere airing on Detroit country radio stations galvanized the working class in the beleaguered blue-collar city, and the universality of its sentiment lit up phone lines across the country and made it the fastest-rising single of Rich's storied career.
One of the industry's hardest workers, John carved niches for himself in a variety of creative endeavors. He co-produced Big & Rich's Horse Of A Different Color, Wilson's first two albums, Cowboy Troy and James Otto, whose song, Just Got Started Lovin' You, was nominated for a Grammy. His songwriting output includes Wilson's "Redneck Woman," "Here For The Party" and "When I Think About Cheating," and songs recorded by Martina McBride, Clay Walker and Aaron Tippin, among many others. At bottom was a pure love for the art.
 

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Friday, June 21, 2019

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