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The best country concerts in NYC this summers
Country-style music may not be the first thing that comes to your minds when you think of NYC's fantastic concerts in spring, but that doesn't stop some of the best performers in the industry from showing the town what they're made of. We will be chanting cool beer and boots throughout the entire campaign with many bona fide charts, local and seafront music events on our favourite New York beach.
You' ll know why you went to Jason Aldean's "They Don't Know Tour" when you see the musician firsthand. One of the most rocky and energy-packed concerts of the year. When it' not enough to hear Aldean, your evening will be full of the other country celebrities Chris Young, Kane Brown and Dee Jay Silver.
State of the art country duo in today's chart, Florida Georgia Line brings their talent to Jones Beach this June. If" Bentley's Bentley's Drunk on a Plane " let you jam all through 2014, get your ticket to Dierk's Bentley Concerto by the Sea. You' ll listen to some of his older classic tracks in combination with tracks from his latest record, the Black from 2016.
You' ll find that you sing along to "somewhere on the beach", somewhere on Jones Beaches. The Zac Brown Band has become a real rare piece thanks to the cooperation with the Dave Matthews Band and the audience in Bonnaroo: a real country act that has successfully established itself on a wide front.
ZBB is continuing to connect the texts of classical country with the sound of classical rock with tracks like "Your Magesty" and "Roots" with the publication of their new record Welcome Home. Lady Antebellum's new Heart Break will be released just a months before, and this show will be full of new music from the country hop thrill.
Coming to New York this past season, Chris Stapleton will bring his twin from New York City skirt and blue grass, with a two-day show that starts at the PNC Hotel and ends at Jones Beach. There' s no question that he will hear melodies from his May release "From a Room":
"The Devil Don't Sleep" and neither will you when Brantley Gilbert gets back to New York to back up his new one. A Georgian-born country singer, she has a tough rocking reputation with Nashville-friendly tracks about girl, country living and above all celebrations. The voice powerful Oklahoman country manikin, Toby Keith, enters the Coney Island area.
Sixty-one single songs on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart will bring you some of his most popular music. Is there a better way to end the season than with two of the hotest country music celebrities on Jones Beach? Luke-Bryan brings along Feature Guestbrett Eldredge for a whole evening in which you will say "Play It Again" and feel the "beat of music" all evening.