Joe Diffie has a successful CMA career that has been enhanced by his attraction and talent for traditional bluegrass music. Diffie’s moving performance of Fit for A King is a prime example of his ability.
As his entourage travels to get a head start on the Independence celebrations across the country, those rolling pasture and wooded hills of Texas County Missouri will have him in a good mood for the live concert on June 22.
Texas County Fair Grounds will be a-bustle with carnival activity beginning on Thursday night. Businesses and community interested folks have joined to sponsor the Boot,Scoot,BANG event. Community polls chose “One for the Road”, a genuine Ozarks group for the opening act to get the audience in the mood for Diffie’s live performance. The gang at Media Professionals, Inc and Big Country 99.3 FM radio will be on hand for the live production, announcing, introducing and acknowledging.
The appropriate ending to a grand night of great music so true to the region — a professionally set up FIREWORKs program.
Alexis Rae Neuroth and Amy Vermillion of Media Professionals, Inc and Big Country 99.3 FM radio have combined their marketing and tech skills to create bright and informative websites and social media pages for the event. You can join the fun at BootScootBANG on Facebook and Twitter. Easiest of all, you can pre-purchase tickets at the Boot,Scoot,BANG website (http://www.bootscootbang.com).
It’s been warm since February, so it is kind of hard to see that this celebration is really the kick-off for SUMMER in the Ozarks. There’s room for all of you at the Texas County Fairgrounds. Remember June 22 at 7 pm. Concert Gate opens at 5:00 pm with the ALL DAY Carnival.