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Oct 10 - Cook's Arrive and cook all night * Mason Lovette Band plays at 7:00 pm * Games Oct 11 - BBQ Judging at 8:00 am * Jordan Covington and The Holy Smoke Band play at 11:45 am * Live Entertainment all day * Children Activities * Craft Vendors * Touch-A-Truck For more information call 336-228-7997
Sounds Like: Eric Church, Kenny Chesney, Kip Moore, Justin Moore, George Strait
Manager: Tim Covington
Bio: “It’s heavy driven southern twang and plowing boots through the stage!” Jordan Covington just dropped his new single “Where the Moon Don’t Shine” on iTunes for 2014. The new single was debuted during Renegade Radio Nashville’s live broadcast from the “Official Watch Party” for the new hit series...See Full Bio
“What I liked about “Way Back” was that I did not have to listen to it over and over to decide if I liked it. From the get go, I was drawn to the lyrics and the music. Clean, clear, melodic, edgy…and veering a bit from the new norm of country music. I always fall hard for songs that tell a story…the songwriters or mine. And although this one includes some reminiscing of Covington’s personal story…a grand slam playing ball at the end of his senior year of high school, a passion for the sport inspired by his grandfather..it has a universally appealing message. We can’t actually go “Way Back” to a specific moment in time but we still have the memories that can take us there. And that they do. Memories can bring you back to a time, a place, a person, a feeling. And memories are so often prompted by song. So, take a listen to “Way Back”, and I am sure you will find yourself drifting to another time, another place… a memory…”Way Back”.”