Dwight Yoakam Headlines Go Country 105's Summer Under the Stars
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Two classic rock supergroups team up for The Soundtrack of Summer tour, with former Eagles guitarist Don Felder as opener. Now's your chance to get pre-sale tickets before the concert sells out. Known for hits like "Come Sail Away," "Renegade," "Blue Collar Man," "Fooling Yourself" and "Too Much Time on My Hands," Styx has had four consecutive multi-platinum albums, two Super Bowl appearances and multiple chart-topping tours -- with no end in sight. Foreigner also continues to play to sold-out houses, led by original band member, vocalist and lead guitarist Mick Jones -- who wrote the famous power ballad "I Want to Know What Love Is." Their self-titled Foreigner disc spawned monster smashes still heard 'round the world today: "Feels Like the First Time," "Cold as Ice" and "Long, Long Way From Home." They followed that up with Top 30 tunes like "Juke Box Hero," "Urgent," "Head Games," "Say You Will" and more. Learn More
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I was VERY pleasantly surprised to enjoy Chris Cagle and Emerson Drive MUCH more than I did the headliner Dwight Yoakum! The sounds for Cagle and ED were fantastic - every note clear, every syllable heard and the electrici of the band members was palpable - lots of energy, lots of FUN!!!! But when Yoakum came on, his lyrics were unintelligible and the band pretty tame - what was going on with the sound guy? He did a lot of ballads which made us sleepy and tired and if you didn't "know" the songs, you couldn't tell what he was singing about. The Greek as always was beautiful this time of year.
The Greek Theatre is hosting Go Country 105’s Summer Under the Stars concert, which will star country legend Dwight Yoakam. Also performing are Chris Cagle, Emerson Drive, and more!
Kentucky native Dwight Yoakam blazed out of the Los Angeles club scene in 1986 with his debut Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc., which went on to score double-platinum status. The two-time Grammy winner has garnered 21 nominations in the course of his career, while selling more than 23 million albums worldwide and earning praise from the likes of Time magazine, hailing him as “A Renaissance Man,” Rolling Stone (noting “he has no contemporary peer”), and Vanity Fair (claiming “Yoakam strides the divide between rock’s lust and country’s lament”).
Chris Cagle’s first two albums (both certified gold) have produced seven hits, four of which were Top 10’s. Chris’ eleventh single to date, a song entitled “What Kinda Gone”, was released to country radio in late 2007. Currently a Top 10 hit on the country music charts, “What Kinda Gone” is the lead-off single to his fourth studio album My Life’s Been a Country Song, which was released on February 19, 2008.
Emerson Drive hit the Country mainstream with Top 5 hits including “I Should Be Sleeping” and “Fall Into Me.” The band’s current album, Countrified, produced their first #1 hit and Grammy nomination, “Moments.” Emerson Drive has received numerous awards and nominations throughout their career from the ACM, CMA, CCMA and more. The band is currently in production on their fourth album, with hit producer Josh Leo and music legend Teddy Gentry, which is set for a Fall 2008 release.