David Nail and Randy Montana with Special Guest Jonathan Singleton
Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 11:30 PM (CDT)
One year ago David and Randy came to Jackson for our first acoustical show as Unplugged Supper Club. It was an overnight sellout! This time they will return for a "full band" show!
In 2009 David released "I'm About to Come Alive" and included the songs "Turning Home"(co-written by Kenny Chesney), and "Red Light"(written by Jonathan Singleton), which turned out to be Nail's first hit country song, peaking at number 7. "Turning Home" received a 2011 Grammy Nomination for Best Male Country Vocal Performance. In 2011 David released the album "Sound Of A Million Dreams". This album paved his road to mainstream country music with songs like "Let It Rain"(written by Jonathan Singleton), "Songs For Sale", and "Catherine". "Let It Rain" would become his first number 1 hit!! Since then, Nail has spent the past year touring with Alan Jackson, and is currently opening for Little Big Town. To see more of David, please check him out at Davidnail.com You will NOT want to miss him when he stops in Jackson for a rare opportunity to see him in this size venue!
With hit songs like "1000 Faces", "Back of My Heart", and "Aint Much Left of Loving You" Randy Montana earned the opportunity to open for big name artists like Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Sugarland, and Taylor Swift! Randy is a very talented singer/songwriter who has quickly earned respect as a tunesmith on Music Row. He co-wrote many of his songs along with his father Billy Montana, whose hits include songs being recorded by Garth Brooks, Sara Evans, and Jo Dee Messina, among many others. Please check out more of Randy at randymontana.com You will be amazed at the talent he has, and who he gets the opportunity to play with!
Straight from Lexington, Tn. is Jonathan Singleton who burst on the Nashville scene as a songwriter when "Watching Airplanes" by Gary Allen went to number one. He has also written hits for Billy Currington, David Nail, and Josh Turner. Even though he is know for writing, he is an unbelievable entertainer, with a voice that is unmistakeable. Do yourself a favor and dont be late for the show!
Ticket Details - There are only two types of tickets, general adimssion, and very limited table seating.
***If you purchase a table, you do NOT need to purchase additional tickets unless you wish to seat up to 10. Then you will need to purchase 2 General Admission tickets.