Boot City Opry Calendar: May, 2014

Price: $20.00


Johnny Counterfit
May 3, 2014
7:00 pm

As a comedian, he makes the audience roar with laughter, as a singer and impressionist, he takes the audience back and forth between the time periods of their lives. When using his own singing voice, on songs he has written, the audience experiences originality in heartfelt ballads, songs of inspiration, and humor.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Price: $15.00


Chris Girton
May 10, 2014
7:00 pm

Piano Pumpin’ Rock N Roll

If you are looking to find authentic 1950′s rock n roll, then look no further! This young, energetic, piano pumper is sure to leave the crowd wanting more! From classic country hits to drive-in rock n roll, this band is sure to bring the crowd to their feet. The Chris Girton band will always be first-class and professional. Whether it is a fair/festival, weekender, or an intimate venue, they aim to please! To hear Chris play, you would think that “The Killer”, Jerry Lee Lewis himself, took the time to teach him piano. But don’t just take our word for it! Come out and hear for yourself and see what everyone has been talking about!
Price: $11.00


Terry Lee and The Rockaboogie Band
May 31, 2014
7:00 pm

Terry Lee & The Rockaboogie Band is a high energy, first class show band built around the lightning fast piano pumping, Rockaboogie playing of London England ‘s Terry Lee Ridley. You will be left breathless as Terry and his group of would class musicians thunder through a large selection of hits from the 50′s and 60′s such as “Great Balls of Fire”, “Whole lotta Shakin’” and so much more! If you enjoy Classic Honky Tonkin’ Country Music or Hard and Fast 50′s Rock N Roll you will understand why the Rocking Terry Lee show is not to be missed! Entertaining audiences in England, Europe and now The United states, Terry is the one and only international piano pumpin’ sensation with the experience, talent and stage presence to take you back to the exciting 1950′s when Jerry Lee, Elvis, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Fats Domino were changing music forever!”