Sexta-feira 8 de Junho de 2012 às 19h30m
The Cotillion Ballroom
11120 West Kellogg, Wichita, 67209, United States
Tel: (316) 722-4201
Declaration of Independence Tour: Colt Ford with The Lacs, JB & the Moonshine Band and Lenny Cooper 7:30pm Friday, June 8. Doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets on sale for $25. Tickets available at The Cotillion, 316-722-4201, thecotillion.com and the employee clubs. No service fees for tickets purchased at The Cotillion open 8a-6p Mon- Sat. Ticket includes download of DOI Tour EP.
All seating is general admission. Table & chair seating around an open floor. Table reservations for groups of 4 or more are available on a first come first serve basis for an additional charge by calling 316-722-4201.
With his imposing physique, larger than life personality, and outrageous videos, it could be easy to lose something important in Colt Ford's ample shadow: the music. But make no mistake, Colt Ford is a musician. A natural drummer, he is as comfortable laying down a beat as he is in front of the mic, singing and talking honestly about the country life he and his devoted audiences have in common.
And while some may consider the Academy of Country Music Award nominee's style of rhythmic sing-speak to be rural rap, what Colt does has been a part of country music for ages. It's in Hank Williams Sr.'s "Kaw-Liga," and in his recitations recorded as Luke the Drifter. It's in the story songs of Johnny Cash. The double talking jive of Jerry Reed. The wild wordplay of Charlie Daniels. And in Jason Aldean's swerving hit single "Dirt Road Anthem"—a song co-written and originally recorded by Colt.colt ford