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“Classic. Starting at 4 p.m. on July 4, you'll be able to see live performances, including rocking' country band Jagertown. From noon on, vendors will be selling food and refreshments, while kids can jump on the inflatables. Fireworks start at 10 p.m.”

“Country music star LeAnn Rimes announced Thursday night she's cancelling her show in Sheridan due to the flu. The Trails End Concert Park is having a free concert tonight that's open to everyone featuring the bands Jagertown and Asphalt Cowby. Jagertown performed alongside Montgomery Gentry at his recent performance in Sheridan. People who purchased tickets (those who purchased the tickets only) for the Sheridan LeAnn Rimes performance will be issued refunds. To get a refund, stop by the Trails End Motel, fill out the appropriate forms - and refund checks will be issued Wednesday. Again, there will be a free concert tonight with Jagertown and Asphalt Cowboy at the Trails End Concert Park in place of LeAnn Rimes. Expect food, drinks and a good time - just like usual.”

“Lumpys South Presents Ty Herndon A Buckin' Thursdays Showcase with Jagertown MUSIC Friday, Apr 5, 2013, 2:30 AM (day of show door pricing will be $20.00) Lumpys South presents Buckin' Thursdays!read more SHARE: Lumpy's South 8925 S Harrison St, Sandy, UT http://eventful.com/sandy/events/lumpys-south-presents-ty-herndon-buckin-thursdays-sho-/E0-001-055135919-7?utm_source=apis&utm_medium=apim&utm_campaign=apic More Events Like This More KSTU^Music Events More Music Events”

““Line ‘em up shoot ‘em down. There’s a party going on in Jagertown….”  - Opening lyrics of “Jagertown” The newest band to hit the country-rock scene, Jagertown will fire up any crowd with its signature tune and unadulterated spirit. Nothing defines Jagertown quite like the band’s lively sense of humor. Their tunes may be light-hearted; however, this animated band is comprised of serious musicians. Exploring the country genre while incorporating innovative rock elements, the unique Jagertown style lies somewhere between Keith Urban and Rascal Flatts - with a little Lynard Skynard - esque guitar dueling in the mix. Originally a team of studio songwriters, the soon-to-be band quickly discovered chemistry and talent that catapulted the group onto the stage. Rather than writing and recording for others ( primarily films, publishing companies and bands ), they began performing and recording on their own.”

“Leanne Rimes and Jagertown Live!”

“Having fun is what opening act Jagertown says Vernal does best. “We keep coming back, it seems like every time we turn around we’re comin’ back through here,” lead singer of Jagertown Preston Creed said. “When we’ve come back, now third time here in last two months, we hear people singing our songs, and that makes everything, that’s awesome.” Both Creed and Jagertown’s agile and spunky fiddler Liz Anderson enjoyed opening for Stone. “He’s somebody to look up to, and aspire to the kind of career that he’s had,” Creed said. “And to watch him now, too, even after all the time that he’s spent, all the success that he’s had, the way that he interacts with fans, it’s awesome.” “Doug Stone was amazing! They were all amazing; it was a great, great, great night,” Anderson said. Jagertown livened up the crowd with favorites, “Jagertown,” “Love on the Radio,” and “Think We Should.” Stone, Sadler and Jagertown will be making another trip to the B”

“Utah-based country-rock band JagerTown brings its high-energy, innovative style to the Canyonlands PRCA Rodeo on Saturday night, June 1. The five-member group is scheduled to perform at the rodeo after-party at Old Spanish Trail Arena, 3641 S. U.S. 191, beginning at 9 p.m., immediately after the rodeo events conclude. Read more: Moab Times-Independent - JagerTown to close out Canyonlands Rodeo”

“KUTV morning news. Jagertown at Sugarhouse fireworks!”

“Salt Lake City’s Jagertown opened for Restless Heart with their raucous blend of country and rock. According to lead singer Preston Creed, the band, which has been stomping out their own brand of music since 2006, were happy to be opening for a group they consider legends. “We are so excited to play with these guys,” Creed said. “They are living legends, with a whole string of No. 1 hits. We really want to play well for the crowd tonight and we aspire to have a career as successful as Restless Heart.” KLCY 105.5 FM, along with Hometown Entertainment organized the concert and say they plan on bringing more live music to the Basin, including a concert with Doug Stone in July.”

“Jagertown performs on Good Day Utah Posted on: 9:21 am, November 15, 2013, by McKoye Mecham, updated on: 09:49am, November 15, 2013 www.fox13now.com/2013/11/15/jagertown-performs-on-good-day-utah/ The band Jagertown stopped by the FOX 13 studio Friday to perform on Good Day Utah.”

“What sets Jagertown apart from other bands? Energy. So many country acts national and otherwise rely on overproduced, cookie-cutter songs and stage shows filled with hired-gun musicians. Jagertown is the opposite — we play country music for those who want to party. We write our music, and our stage show feels more like rock and roll than sit-back-and-enjoy twang.”