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Lucky Cowboy Productions is based in Nashville, Tennessee, known to many as Music City, USA.
We support the Country Music industry and promote country music artists, special events, music venues, concerts, and other promotions. The Lucky Cowboy website strongly supports Country Music and its happenings. The Lucky Cowboy himself is available for personal appearances at special events to promote artists, company products, and services.
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product/service sampling programs to the general public at events
website promotions, advertising, and marketing on the Lucky Cowboy website
Lucky was born at a very young age in the "Land of Lincoln." Alton, Illinois, to be exact, is where old Lucky is from. Alton is famous for its celebrities of stage and screen. Remember Robert Wadlow, the tallest man in the world? How about TV star Clint Walker of "Cheyenne" and Butch Calvey the singer? Alton is also where one of the famous Lincoln/Douglas debates took place, and where Bluff City Beer was made. It seems Lucky was just destined to be a famous person.
In his early years, Lucky appeared at the Madison Avenue Corral in Alton as a live DJ for WOKZ radio. He's been a trapeze artist, a motorcycle stunt rider, and even hosted his own carnival. He was a National Indian Chief for the Boy Scouts of America and managed a scout camp. Lucky spent some time in Minnesota where he still has many country fans.
Nowadays, old Lucky is based in Nashville, TN, Music City USA. Here he founded Lucky Cowboy Productions. You might catch him anywhere in Nashville, or somewhere in the rest of the USA promoting country music. He's even been on the Today Show! But you'll always find him wearing his famous forty gallon orange cowboy hat - you can't miss him wherever he goes.
Lucky's favorite song is "I Feel Lucky." His handprints are on the WE Fest "Walk of Fame," and there's even a ceramic bobblehead doll of Lucky. Yep, you can bet old Lucky will continue to be a star in his own right.
Watch out for Lucky as you might just get "Lucky!" Yeeeeeeeeehaw!!!
Let's Party Like A Cowboy! LUCKY COWBOY Since 1992
LUCKY COWBOY SAYS GOOD BYE FOR AWHILE NASHVILLE, TENN April 24, 2016 STATEMENT FROM LUCKY COWBOY: "Today April 24, 2016 will be my last site update until I get some relief." "While I hate to stop updating this website on a daily basis, I simply must do it. I have been in a lot of pain the past two months and it has gotten worse. It's really hard for me to sit and type very long on the keyboard. The site, daily photos editing and text takes a lot of time daily to do. I may need surgery to correct and fix the pain I'm having. So thanks for the memories for a while, thank you for your comments and emails. It was fun while it lasted (since 1992). Thanks for being a fan. I'll see you again in the social media soon." YES, LUCKY BASH AUGUST 13 IS STILL ON. NO CHANGES IN THAT EVENT.
NASHVILLE, TENN April 28, 2016 - CMA Benefit For Fallen Heroes Family Camp featuring Billy Dawson, Waylon Payne, Lila McCann, Andrea Pearson, Blue County and SPECIAL GUESTS. JUNE 11 Show at 1:00 PM (Doors at 12:00 PM ) Price: $15.00 . Fallen Heroes Family Camp is completely free for surviving family members who have lost a loved one in service to America. All activities, food lodging and transportation are provided to participants, thanks to the generosity and support from caring individuals, companies and fundraising events by volunteers. The families are chosen by Fort Campbell and is hosted by JML Farms, Springfield, Tn. - Nestled in a peaceful rural setting just a few scenic miles from Nashville. At Fallen Heroes Family Camp, families have little time to focus on grief. Instead their days are filled as they learn to ride, rope and work around the horses at the farm. They are making new friends and find a renewed focus on living lives that remember and honor their Fallen Heroes. Fallen Heroes Family Camp is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit tax exempt organization. For more information on us FALLENHEROESFAMILYCAMP.ORG
LILA MCCANN IS BACK! NASHVILLE, TENN April 28, 2016 - Lila Elaine McCann (born December 4, 1981 is an American country music singer who made her debut at age sixteen with the single "Down Came a Blackbird." Reaching a peak of No. 28 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts, the song was the first release from her 1997 album Lila, which became the highest-selling album for a debut country music act in all of 1997 and was certified platinum in the United States. In 1998, George Strait asked her to be a part of the first George Strait Country Music Festival tour with other artists such as Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. McCann played Kelly Wyman, an aspiring country singer in Walker, Texas Ranger, "Eyes of a Ranger" 1998 episode. She sang USA national anthem a cappella for an opening to a rodeo sequence in the episode, and serenaded the main character, Walker (Chuck Norris), singing "Eyes of a Ranger". McCann followed Lila with two more albums: 1999's gold-certified Something in the Air and 2001's Complete, before being dropped by her label in 2001. She signed to the independent Broken Bow Records label in 2005, releasing five singles for the label before being dropped in 2008. Overall, she has charted twelve singles on the Billboard country charts, with the highest-peaking being 1998's "I Wanna Fall in Love" at No. 3. Her second-highest peaking single, 1999's "With You", which reached No. 9 on the country charts and No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100, her only entry on the latter chart. On November 20 of 2005, McCann married her boyfriend Mike Wolofsky in Nashville, Tennessee. Later that same year, McCann signed to a new recording contract with Broken Bow Records, an independent record label. Although four singles were issued on the label between 2005 and early 2006, no album was released on Broken Bow during that timespan. A fifth single for Broken Bow, titled "That's What Angels Do", was shipped to radio in December 2007, and entered the country music charts at No. 60. McCann left Broken Bow Records in early 2008 and announced in October of the same year that she was expecting her and her husband's first child. She now lives in Nashville with her 3 dogs, her husband Mike, and their sons Abraham Elliot (born December 15, 2008) and Benjamin (born December 6, 2011), and works as a photographer, operating a photography business in the Nashville area. AND NOW SHE'S BACK TO COUNTRY!!! Facebook.com/LilaMcCann
CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FREE CONCERTS AT THE PARK STAGE NASHVILLE, TENN April 21, 2016 - CMA Music Festival Reveals Lineup For Free Concerts. The lineup of performers for the series of free concerts at The Park Stage at Nashville’s Walk of Fame Park during CMA Music Festival has been revealed. More than 40 artists will perform during the free concerts on June 9-12, beginning Thursday, June 9 at 10:30 a.m. and running each day until approximately 5 p.m.
Confirmed artists include: Lauren Alaina, Keith Anderson, Drew Baldridge, Tucker Beathard, Big Smo, Kristian Bush, Ashley Campbell, Chris Carmack, Jason Michael Carroll, Russell Dickerson, Drake White and the Big Fire, Clare Dunn, Lindsay Ell, Emerson Drive, Andy Griggs, Halfway to Hazard, Ty Herndon, JT Hodges, Jack Ingram, Ryan Kinder, Natalie Stovall and The Drive, Native Run, Mo Pitney, RaeLynn, Julie Roberts, Maggie Rose, Lucie Silvas, Jamie Lynn Spears, The Swon Brothers, Josh Thompson, Tara Thompson, Chuck Wicks, Mark Wills, and Brett Young.
Also joining the lineup with their debut performances at CMA Fest are Luke Combs, Crowder, Mickey Guyton, Aubrie Sellers, and The Sheepdogs. This year, video screens will return as part of The Park Stage experience, allowing fans a closer view of the performers. “We consistently seek to improve the experience for fans at CMA Music Festival. This year The Park Stage will feature a new configuration to accompany the video walls and state of the art production,” said Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “The Park Stage has always been a fan favorite and with this year’s lineup we are taking it to the next level.”
CMA FEST GILDAN STAGE ON BRODWAY NASHVILLE, TENN April 24, 2016 - CMA Music Festival has announced more free and open-to-the-public performances, revealing the artists to play on the Gildan Broadway Stage at Hard Rock Cafe. Located at the corner of Broadway and First Avenue in downtown Nashville, the Gildan Broadway Stage will operate Thursday-Sunday, June 9-12 from 10:45 a.m. until approximately 4:30 p.m. CT. Performing on the Gildan Broadway Stage are Sammy Arriaga, Ryan Beaver, Craig Wayne Boyd, Courtney Cole, Ruthie Collins, Adam Craig, Jacob Davis, Cale Dodds, Ben Gallaher, Haley Georgia, Ryan Griffin, Levi Hummon, Brett Kissel, Jon Langston, Brandon Lay, Lucy Angel, MamaDear, Walker McGuire, Carly Pearce, Sister C, Cole Taylor, The Railers, Walker County, Waterloo Revival, and Carter Winter. (Artists and schedules subject to change).
“We take great pride in CMA Music Festival being a place where fans can discover a new favorite act,” said Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “Nearly a dozen artists are making their festival performance debut on the Gildan Broadway Stage, making it a great spot to hear something fresh.” Those debuting artists include Benton Blount, Fort Defiance, Olivia Lane, Levon, Steve Moakler, Radio Romance, Jordan Rager, Runaway June, Rae Solomon, The Last Bandoleros, and Morgan Wallen.
CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL REVEALS RIVERFRONT STAGE CONCERT LINEUP NASHVILLE, TENN April 14, 2016 - Jake Owen will launch the 2016 CMA Music Festival’s concerts at the Riverfront Park stage on June 9 at 10 a.m. The free concert is one of almost 40 performances that will take place at the Riverfront Park stage during the CMA Music Festival, which runs June 9-12. Other artists slated to perform at Riverfront Stage throughout CMA Music Festival include A Thousand Horses, Rodney Atkins, Brothers Osborne, Chase Bryant, Kane Brown, Cam, Brandy Clark, Terri Clark, Brooke Eden, Charles Esten, Tyler Farr, High Valley, Home Free, Chris Janson, Jana Kramer, Chris Lane, Tracy Lawrence, Aaron Lewis, LOCASH, Love and Theft, Maddie & Tae, Neal McCoy, Scotty McCreery, Lorrie Morgan, Maren Morris, Old Dominion, Jon Pardi, Parmalee, Eric Paslay, Kellie Pickler, Michael Ray, Canaan Smith, Corey Smith, Granger Smith, The Cadillac Three, Thompson Square, Phil Vassar, Darryl Worley, and more. The Nightly Shows at Nissan Stadium are sold out, though tickets for Fan Fair X at Music City Center are still available for $10 per day, or $25 for four days at cmaworld.com
Tickets will be available through the Wildhorse Saloon box office (615-902-8200 x1), WildhorseSaloon.com, and DariusRucker.com.
Storme Warren's NashvilleNavy Party and Show June 7 at Limelight Bar in Nashville. Tickets on sale at www.NashvilleNavyParty.com. Performers: Darryl Worley, Jaime Fox, Shelly Fairchild, Ray Scott, Halfway 2 Hazard, Wade Hayes, Trent Willmon, Keith Anderson and more.
CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL ADDS FINAL LIST OF PERFORMERS TO NIGHTLY CONCERTS
NASHVILLE, TENN April 13, 2016 - CMA Music Festival’s Nightly Concerts at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium just got a little more star-studded. Frankie Ballard, Clint Black, Charlie Daniels Band, Exile, Marshall Tucker Band, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Ray Stevens, and The Oak Ridge Boys have all been announced as performers. The Oak Ridge Boys will sing the national anthem on Thursday, the opening night of the Festival. Ballard will take national anthem duties on Friday, followed by Marshall Tucker Band on Saturday and Stevens on Sunday. Daniels, who was announced March 29 as a 2016 Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, will open the concerts with the first set on Thursday night. Meanwhile, Black will join Nitty Gritty Dirt Band during the Saturday night lineup. Exile will appear on Sunday. The 2016 CMA Music Festival runs Thursday through Sunday, June 9-12 in downtown Nashville. As one of the most highly-anticipated portions of the festival, the Nightly Concerts at Nissan Stadium sold out before talent was announced. CMAFest.com
Nashville Symphony Orchestra accompanying the fireworks show. Also sharing the bill are Maddie & Tae, Erin McCarley, and Andrew Combs. Ruby Amanfu will open the free concert at 5 p.m. by starting her set with the National Anthem. There will be two stages – the Jack Daniel’s Stage at Ascend Amphitheater and the Music City Stage at The Green at Riverfront Park.
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