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Tyler Farr

Grammy nominated recording artist David Nail will open up for Lady Antebellum in June at the Nebraskaland Days Summer Jam Concert, sponsored by US Cellular.

Nail hit it big with "Let It Rain," a No. 1 song in January 2012.

The show will be Friday, June 27 at the Wild West Arena.

Since Nail's debut in 2009, he has made a career of singing songs that few artists dare touch in contemporary country music: sad songs. “Let It Rain” is about cheating, and his songs also cover breakups (“Red Light”) and failed dreams (“Turning Home”). He has owned every one, singing as if from personal experience, according to Nebraskaland Days organizers.

Nail’s latest single “Whatever She’s Got” is climbing the charts, sitting at No. 14 in early December.

The next night, Tyler Farr will open for singing sensation Billy Currington. Farr scored one of the biggest hits of 2013 with his first single (“Redneck Crazy”) and has just released his second single to country radio, “Whiskey In My Water."

Farr was born and raised in the little town of Garden City, Mo. He was introduced to country music at age 16, when he spent a summer on the road with his stepfather, who played lead guitar for country icon George Jones.

Farr and Currington will be joined by newcomers, The Railers.

Tickets for the Nebraskaland Days US Cellular Summer Jam Concert series are on sale. Promotional pricing is still available. Buyers of a Lady Antebellum Ticket are eligible to purchase a ticket to the Billy Currington show at half price.

Those prices will go up at a later date, Nebraskaland Days Director David Fudge said. Tickets are on sale at HERE.


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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 12/4/2013
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