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Presented By: Valley Liquors

Creed Fisher With Josh Bogard

Ages 18 and up
Saturday, April 27
Doors: 6:30pm Show: 8pm
$25 to $65

General Admission (Early Bird Discount) -$25 – LIMITED QUANTITY STILL AVAILABLE!
Prices will increase closer to show date!

Preferred Table (For 4) –  SOLD OUT!!!

Balcony – SOLD OUT!!!

18+ Show

Sometimes the best feel-good music is born from pain. Country music’s rebellious sensation Creed Fisher knows it well, tracing his musical, and personal evolution back to a very unlikely, yet specific point of origin – a little blue house. No, it’s not a metaphor, but a real place, and one decorated by hard times and a few bad memories. “It’s starting from rock bottom,” he says of the symbolism. “That’s what the blue house represents in my mind.” While the ghosts of that dark period are something he’ll never forget, Fisher didn’t let his energy get trapped in the past, instead choosing to recognize, process and move forward. All of it served him well in overcoming life’s little kicks in the ass, and along the way, delivering albums full of ass kicking good times and chart-topping hits.  

Influenced heavily by the wisdom of his grandfather and the musical tastes of his parents (from classic country to hard rock, George Straight to Ted Nugent), Creed Fisher’s childhood dream was to play music, but, as he asserts – “Life got in the way. I started writing songs just for therapy, to get things off my chest,” he says of the cathartic beginnings. “My music started in a dark place, but it developed from there.”  Reflecting on an unconventional entrance into the music business, he says “The odds were always against me.” From the get-go, Fisher’s maturity, attitude and a blue-collar background didn’t parlay easily into a scene largely ruled by young people, where social networking protocol was the law. 

Josh Bogard has made a name for himself in the country music scene by playing venue after venue with high energy. Opening for national acts such as Joe Nichols, Brett Young, hardy,Dillon Carmichael, Lanco, Stoney Larue,Shannon Lawson ,Mitchell Tenpenny, Russell Dickerson Easton Corbin and many more. Josh has also won country entertainer of the year,country group of the year and modern country band of the year at the Josie music awards.

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