Tickets go on sale Friday, April 12th at 10AM at the Top Hat, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Reserved premium balcony seating and general admission standing room only floor tickets are available. All ages are welcome.
Additional ticketing and venue information can be found here.
About Casey Donahew
Honky-tonk poet and fearless road warrior, Casey Donahew, celebrated his 15-year anniversary in Country music by taking a look back at how far he’s come from the early days at the Stockyards in Ft. Worth, Texas to the ultra-successful star he is today with the release of the comprehensive retrospective, The Wild Ride: 15 Years. Now embarking on the next phase of his celebrated career, Donahew comes speeding into a new era with a fresh, crisp, new sound on his latest collection, ONE LIGHT TOWN. Pre-Order HERE.
Teaming up once again with renowned producer Josh Leo, Donahew offers fans some of the best material of his career on the brand new album, which features 15 tracks penned by Donahew and some of Nashville’s finest songwriters. When fans pre-order the new album they can immediately stream SEVEN gems from the new release including; “Queen For A Night” (Jimmy Yeary/Ben Hayslip/David Lee Murphy), “Let’s Make A Love Song” (Josh Leo/James Yeary/Tim Nichols), “Southern Girl”(Casey Donahew), “Bad Guy” (Casey Donahew/ John Newsome), “One Light Town” (Jeff Hyde/John Randall), “He Ain’t A Cowboy” (Casey Donahew) and “Still Ain’t Made It Home” (Tim Nichols/Whynn Varble/Jeff Outlaw).
“Casey Donahew is one of those rare artists who knows how to push himself into uncharted territory with each new release without losing his core essence. He is a true singer-songwriter in the modern troubadour sense in every way. He knows how to tell a story and make the listener believe that they are right there! I had a blast working on this new record with him!” exclaims Josh Leo, Producer.
The collection, due out July 26, covers the gamut of emotions, from the reverent title track about a girl who shines so bright she is all her man can see, to the rocking swirling dance floor fun of “Queen For A Night,” and the gut-wrenching honesty of “Bad Guy,” a song from the perspective of the selfish, heartbreaking jerk who willingly and resolutely admits he’s not the perfect guy.
In typical Donahew style, the tracks on ONE LIGHT TOWN pull no punches but hit straight to the heart and are sure to become instant classics and favorites among his devoted throng of career-long fans.