Boot City Opry Calendar: September, 2012

Season tickets for 2012 are available for pre-sale before March 1st at the price of $350. You may pay this in full or we can charge your card each month from April to December. Season ticket holders get a reserved seat to every show with a custom seat cover and the opportunity to purchase additional tickets for their guests for only $10.60.

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Price: $15.00


Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes Starring Jason Petty
September 8, 2012
7:00 pm

He’s traveled Hank Williams’ Lost Highway from Nashville to Broadway…and now he’s bringing his award-winning sounds of the country music legend out on the road.

Jason Petty has won critical acclaim all over the country for his surreal performance as country legend Hank Williams in the off-Broadway hit Hank Williams’ “Lost Highway’”. So much so that his performance racked up 5 nominations in New York’s award ceremonies for Best Actor. Now, this multi-talented singer/actor/musician is bringing his own tribute show out on the road for. This new show is called “Hank and my Honky Tonk Heroes” and showcases Jason’s uncanny ability to capture the sounds of Hank Williams. The show takes audiences back in time to the very beginnings of country music and pays homage not only to Williams, but also to other country legends, such as Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Acuff, Ernest Tubb, Webb Pierce, George Jones, and many more.

Price: $30.00 General Admission 35.00 Reserved Seats


Gene Watson
September 27, 2012
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       Gary Gene Watson (born October 11, 1943) in Palestine Texas is a true American Country Singer.  He is most famous for his 1975 hit “Love in the Hot Afternoon” his 1982 hit “Fourteen Carat Mind” and his signature song “Farewell Party.” Watson’s long career has notched six number ones, 23 top tens and over 75 charted singles.He began his music career in the early 1970s, performing in local clubs at night while working in a Houston auto body shop during the day. He recorded for only a few small, regional record labels until 1974, when Capitol Records picked up his album Love in the Hot Afternoon and released it nationally. The title track, a mid-tempo ballad in three-quarter time, was released in June 1975, and it quickly reached Number three on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart.  

Watson’s national success continued throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, as he recorded several hits, including “Where Love Begins,” “Paper Rosie,” “Should I Go Home (or Should I Go Crazy),” “Nothing Sure Looked Good on You,” and “Farewell Party,” which was released in 1979 and quickly became Watson’s signature song and the namesake of his Farewell Party Band.