September 18, 2021
Tickets start at $23*
Stephen Quinn begins at 7:00 PM
The Frontmen of Country begin at 8:00 PM
LARRY STEWART from Restless Heart | RICHIE MCDONALD from Lonestar | TIM RUSHLOW formerly of Little Texas
DEBUT SINGLE “IF IT WASN’T FOR THE RADIO”
OVER 50 COMBINED TOP 40 HIT SINGLES
The Frontmen at Thrasher-Horne
2021 Country Concerts
You may know these three vocalists from their separate careers, but if you haven’t seen them together as The Frontmen, you’re in for a country music experience like no other. Join us September 18 for this one-time performance of Tim Rushlow, formerly of Little Texas, Richie McDonald of Lonestar, and Larry Steward of Restless Heart. This event is sure to be a highlight of our 2021 country concerts.
Collectively, these artists have sold more than 30 million records and have 30 major hits among them. The Frontmen have thrilled audiences around the world, entertaining troops and performing at fairs, casinos and corporate events. Their television performance at the Lincoln Memorial earned rave reviews.
Get ready for a high-energy show filled with classic, powerhouse hits, including “The Bluest Eyes in Texas,” “That Rock Won’t Roll,” and “Why Does It Have to be (Wrong or Right)” from Restless Heart; Little Texas hits including “What Might Have Been,” “Amy’s Back in Austin,” and “God Blessed Texas”; and “Amazed,” “I’m Already There,” and “Smile” from the Lonestar playlist.
In addition to the fan favorites from their critically acclaimed bands, you’ll hear songs from artists who have influenced The Frontmen in this one-of-a-kind show.
Now including local opening act: Stephen Quinn
Quinn has opened for acts such as Wynonna Judd, Craig Morgan, Linda Davis, Trent Tomlinson, Glen Templeton, Colt Ford and Montgomery Gentry. The Jacksonville country singer made it through Hollywood Week on American Idol placing in the Top 50 in 2018.
*Pricing subject to change. Plus Applicable fees.
This event is presented by Thrasher-Horne Center and sponsored by