If you want to kick back or party on with some great music, Crystal Grand has you more than covered. If you’re in the area or willing to make the trip, you can expect to see the following shows at the Crystal Grand Music Theater in the near future:
Sara Evans Celebrates the Season
In some circles, you’d have a hard time finding someone who doesn’t know every word to Sara Evans’ Born to Fly. The country star gives a Christmas themed performance to get you started in the holiday spirit a little early. Voted one of People Magazine’s fifty most beautiful people, it’s hard to disagree.
Bee Gees Night Fever
Featuring live performances of your favorite Gibbs brothers dance songs, Night Fever is the world’s number one Bee Gees stage production. From Jive Talkin’ to Stayin’ Alive, Night Fever have been wowing crowds across the country.
2009’s 4th highest grossing touring comic, star of the ABC sitcom Rodney, and writer on Toby Keith’s feature film Beer for My Horses, Rodney Carrington is something of a legend in comedy circles. Playing to sold out crowds in the US and Canada, the Music Theater is proud to welcome the hard-working comedian/writer back to the stage.
Cabin Fever Comedy Show
With regulars from the Bob & Tom Show, including The Man Song writer Sean Morey and Ryan Dalton, Cabin Fever is a whole comedy event for one low price. The Cabin Fever show promises good times, good laughs and a great night out.
Jerrod Niemann & Charlie Worsham
Jerrod Niemann hit the scene with Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury, a country album that set itself apart with comedy bits between songs titled They Should Have Named You Cocaine. The album broke from every country music rule but one: to break all the rules.
Charlie Worsham is what they call a musician’s musician, an individual driven uncontrollably towards the craft, like Townes Van Zandt and Willie Nelson before him. Even if you don’t know his name, you’re probably a fan of his work as a writer and studio artist for other musicians, including Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert.
Oak Ridge Boys
What can possibly be said about the Oak Ridge Boys that hasn’t already been said? We would need a couple more pages just to start listing all of the awards that the band has won. First founded in 1940, you’re not likely to find a country performer today who doesn’t owe them a debt of gratitude, or anyone South of the Mason-Dixon that doesn’t know every word to Elvira. It’s safe to say that you’re not going to make this show if you don’t get your tickets early.