Tracy Lawrence began playing music as a teenager at jamborees and honky-tonks in Arkansas. In 1990, he moved to Nashville, Tenn. to pursue a career in country music. He released his debut album Sticks and Stones in 1991, which earned him four Top 10 country hits.
Lawrence’s second album, Alibis, reached double platinum status and boasts four number one hits, including “If the Good Die Young” and “My Second Home.” The singer has continuously released albums throughout the years, many of which have received critical praise. Lawrence also won awards for Billboard’s Top New Male Vocalist in 1992 and the Academy of Country Music’s (ACM) Best New Artist and Top New Male Vocalist in 1993.
His most recent album, For the Love released in January 2007 features his 17th number one single, “Find Out Who Your Friends Are,” which he won another ACM for vocal event of the year for and featured Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw.
Venue: The Railhead, Boulder Station Hotel and Casino
Date: Saturday, November 15, 2008, at 8 p.m.
Ticket Prices: $29, $39, $49 and $55 plus tax and applicable fees