(Nashville, Tennessee...) -- One third of the way through one of the year's top outings, Xtreme Muzik The Tour starring co-headliners Gretchen Wilson and Big & Rich, has seen parades, gunslingers, gamblers and outlaws in addition to thousands of fans witnessing fantastic music from two acts who were long overdue for a billing such as this.
The tour was the first to play the newly-opened Deadwood Mountain Grand Casino and Event Center and sold out two nights on a weekend that started with a parade down Main Street. Gretchen drove her own John Deere Gator in the parade (and used the utility vehicle for her transportation the entire weekend), John Rich and Big Kenny were on horseback, and special guest Cowboy Troy led the high school marching band.
|(l. to r.) - Big Kenny, Gretchen Wilson, Vietnam Veteran and Purple Heart recipient Niles Harris, Cowboy Troy and John Rich toast the military during their sold-out performance at the Deadwood Mountain Grand. |
Xtreme Muzik The Tour headed north into Canada, with stops in Calgary, Lethbridge, Ft. McMurray, Craven and Toronto before hitting Pittsburgh and Mears, MI last week. The Tour makes stops in Minnesota and Iowa this week.
For "Xtreme Muzik The Tour" dates, venues, ticket information and more, visit any of the following websites, as tour dates continue to be added and announced.
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