Boots For Badges

Country Concert!

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On Friday November 20, 2020

The Ranch Concert Hall & Saloon will become the State of Texas for the evening. We will have the #1 Tribute Band For Jason Aldean for our OPENING ACT and then our HEADLINER from Fort Worth Texas- JOLIE HOLLIDAY AND SONNY BURGESS! You have not seen or heard a band like this in SWFL! This is a must see show! Get your  $10.00 tickets today all to benefit Families Of Fallen Officers. All Law Enforcement Officers Tickets will be $5.00. $15.00 at the door! Doors open at 7pm!

jolie holliday

International Country Music Star Jolie Holliday was born in Dallas, Texas. As a little girl, her mother introduced her to the love of music. By age five, she was belting out tunes for friends and family. Much of her childhood was spent with her grandfather on his ranch, “The Bar T”, in Karnack, Texas. While working together on the ranch, he encouraged her to believe in herself, and taught her responsibility, determination and faith were the keys to a successful life. She fell deeper in love with country music as the two listened to classic country greats like Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, & Dolly Parton. She began publicly performing in her early teens.

 

Her current CD,  “Somebody Who Can” with the single release of “Waffle House” has received huge response on National Radio and the title cut, “Somebody Who Can” is quickly moving up the Texas Radio chart.

Since her debut, Jolie has opened for such great artists as Thompson Square, Pat Green, Neal McCoy, Lee Ann Womack, Collin Raye, Randy Travis, Stoney LaRue, Sonny Burgess and Marty Stuart to name a few. She performed at the 2011 Official Super Bowl Pre-Game in Dallas, TX, the 2009 & 2010 CMA Music Fest, and the half-time show at the 2009 Thanksgiving Dallas Cowboy game.

 

Jolie has stayed true to her roots and continues to enthusiastically treat fans to her high energy, yet intimate live performances! With hand clapping, foot stomping, get-up-out-of-your-seat and dance shows that include a medley of her own hits, as well as timeless country favorites, Jolie’s electrifying concerts remain a top priority for this truly gifted performer.

 

When she’s not performing or recording she enjoys working out, horseback riding, boating, fishing, college football, and spending time with family and friends! Jolie currently makes her home in Dallas, Texas. She actively supports local charitable organizations such as Wednesday’s Child, The Rise School of Dallas, Cook Children’s Hospital Ft. Worth, Texas, and the Special Olympics.

sonny burgess

From the twinkle in his eye to the firm handshake, it is easy to see that Sonny Burgess is a true traditional country artist with a heart as big as his home state of Texas.

Burgess is a CMA Artist Winner, and a Texas Country Music Hall of Famer. His discography of four releases has scored 11 top 10’s in the Texas Country Music Charts. Career highlights include hosting the Nashville Fan Fair/CMA Music Fest along with the International Music Awards, making several appearances on the Grand Ole Opry and walking the red carpet at The American Country Music Awards. In addition he has played three times for former President George W. Bush during his campaign trail (twice in Iowa and once in Ohio). He's built his career in Texas and Tennessee bringing inevitable good lessons hard earned. Standing here today, Sonny demonstrates that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

Not to be confused with the first-generation rockabilly singer of the same name, Burgess stays true to his traditional Country roots building a catalog of albums  which includes four stellar releases: When In Texas, Stronger, Have You Got A Song Like That and  All About The Ride. The constant flow of hit singles from these releases include "Cowboy Cool," "The More I'm Around Some People (The More I Like My Dog," "Jesus and Bartenders," "When In Texas," "Little Bit Stronger," "She Don't Make It Easy, "All Kinds Of Beautiful" and "Dang Good Thing".

After many miles of touring as a solo artist, Burgess' found himself coming together on the same  music path with fellow Country artist Jolie Holliday. It quickly made sense to join forces as a duo act with love and marriage to follow. Fans must agree as the dynamic duo known as Jolie & Sonny continues to work 200+ shows a year. For more information visit jolieandsonny.com

When not touring, they find inspiration in working with children at Fort Worth's Cook Children's Hospital. Burgess spends his time there as full time director of clinical programming, helping patients to record music and audio for their families in Cook's ChildLife Zone.  “We teach ‘em guitar and [how to] write songs. Some of these doctors are sharing [that] these kids are actually taking less pain medication when they’re doing music,” Burgess said. “Unfortunately, if they do pass, we have something for the family, some closure hopefully for them, something for them to go back to. It’s amazing what music does.”

Boots For Badges

Country Concert!

Boots for Badges Logo.png
Boots for Badges Logo.png

On Friday November 20, 2020

The Ranch Concert Hall & Saloon will become the State of Texas for the evening. We will have the #1 Tribute Band For Jason Aldean for our OPENING ACT and then our HEADLINER from Fort Worth Texas- JOLIE HOLLIDAY AND SONNY BURGESS! You have not seen or heard a band like this in SWFL! This is a must see show! Get your  $10.00 tickets today all to benefit Families Of Fallen Officers. All Law Enforcement Officers Tickets will be $5.00. $15.00 at the door! Doors open at 7pm!

jolie holliday

International Country Music Star Jolie Holliday was born in Dallas, Texas. As a little girl, her mother introduced her to the love of music. By age five, she was belting out tunes for friends and family. Much of her childhood was spent with her grandfather on his ranch, “The Bar T”, in Karnack, Texas. While working together on the ranch, he encouraged her to believe in herself, and taught her responsibility, determination and faith were the keys to a successful life. She fell deeper in love with country music as the two listened to classic country greats like Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, & Dolly Parton. She began publicly performing in her early teens.

 

Her current CD,  “Somebody Who Can” with the single release of “Waffle House” has received huge response on National Radio and the title cut, “Somebody Who Can” is quickly moving up the Texas Radio chart.

Since her debut, Jolie has opened for such great artists as Thompson Square, Pat Green, Neal McCoy, Lee Ann Womack, Collin Raye, Randy Travis, Stoney LaRue, Sonny Burgess and Marty Stuart to name a few. She performed at the 2011 Official Super Bowl Pre-Game in Dallas, TX, the 2009 & 2010 CMA Music Fest, and the half-time show at the 2009 Thanksgiving Dallas Cowboy game.

 

Jolie has stayed true to her roots and continues to enthusiastically treat fans to her high energy, yet intimate live performances! With hand clapping, foot stomping, get-up-out-of-your-seat and dance shows that include a medley of her own hits, as well as timeless country favorites, Jolie’s electrifying concerts remain a top priority for this truly gifted performer.

 

When she’s not performing or recording she enjoys working out, horseback riding, boating, fishing, college football, and spending time with family and friends! Jolie currently makes her home in Dallas, Texas. She actively supports local charitable organizations such as Wednesday’s Child, The Rise School of Dallas, Cook Children’s Hospital Ft. Worth, Texas, and the Special Olympics.

sonny burgess

From the twinkle in his eye to the firm handshake, it is easy to see that Sonny Burgess is a true traditional country artist with a heart as big as his home state of Texas.

Burgess is a CMA Artist Winner, and a Texas Country Music Hall of Famer. His discography of four releases has scored 11 top 10’s in the Texas Country Music Charts. Career highlights include hosting the Nashville Fan Fair/CMA Music Fest along with the International Music Awards, making several appearances on the Grand Ole Opry and walking the red carpet at The American Country Music Awards. In addition he has played three times for former President George W. Bush during his campaign trail (twice in Iowa and once in Ohio). He's built his career in Texas and Tennessee bringing inevitable good lessons hard earned. Standing here today, Sonny demonstrates that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

Not to be confused with the first-generation rockabilly singer of the same name, Burgess stays true to his traditional Country roots building a catalog of albums  which includes four stellar releases: When In Texas, Stronger, Have You Got A Song Like That and  All About The Ride. The constant flow of hit singles from these releases include "Cowboy Cool," "The More I'm Around Some People (The More I Like My Dog," "Jesus and Bartenders," "When In Texas," "Little Bit Stronger," "She Don't Make It Easy, "All Kinds Of Beautiful" and "Dang Good Thing".

After many miles of touring as a solo artist, Burgess' found himself coming together on the same  music path with fellow Country artist Jolie Holliday. It quickly made sense to join forces as a duo act with love and marriage to follow. Fans must agree as the dynamic duo known as Jolie & Sonny continues to work 200+ shows a year. For more information visit jolieandsonny.com

When not touring, they find inspiration in working with children at Fort Worth's Cook Children's Hospital. Burgess spends his time there as full time director of clinical programming, helping patients to record music and audio for their families in Cook's ChildLife Zone.  “We teach ‘em guitar and [how to] write songs. Some of these doctors are sharing [that] these kids are actually taking less pain medication when they’re doing music,” Burgess said. “Unfortunately, if they do pass, we have something for the family, some closure hopefully for them, something for them to go back to. It’s amazing what music does.”

Boots For Badges

Country Concert!

Boots for Badges Logo.png
Boots for Badges Logo.png

On Friday November 20, 2020

The Ranch Concert Hall & Saloon will become the State of Texas for the evening. We will have the #1 Tribute Band For Jason Aldean for our OPENING ACT and then our HEADLINER from Fort Worth Texas- JOLIE HOLLIDAY AND SONNY BURGESS! You have not seen or heard a band like this in SWFL! This is a must see show! Get your  $10.00 tickets today all to benefit Families Of Fallen Officers. All Law Enforcement Officers Tickets will be $5.00. $15.00 at the door! Doors open at 7pm!

jolie holliday

International Country Music Star Jolie Holliday was born in Dallas, Texas. As a little girl, her mother introduced her to the love of music. By age five, she was belting out tunes for friends and family. Much of her childhood was spent with her grandfather on his ranch, “The Bar T”, in Karnack, Texas. While working together on the ranch, he encouraged her to believe in herself, and taught her responsibility, determination and faith were the keys to a successful life. She fell deeper in love with country music as the two listened to classic country greats like Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, & Dolly Parton. She began publicly performing in her early teens.

 

Her current CD,  “Somebody Who Can” with the single release of “Waffle House” has received huge response on National Radio and the title cut, “Somebody Who Can” is quickly moving up the Texas Radio chart.

Since her debut, Jolie has opened for such great artists as Thompson Square, Pat Green, Neal McCoy, Lee Ann Womack, Collin Raye, Randy Travis, Stoney LaRue, Sonny Burgess and Marty Stuart to name a few. She performed at the 2011 Official Super Bowl Pre-Game in Dallas, TX, the 2009 & 2010 CMA Music Fest, and the half-time show at the 2009 Thanksgiving Dallas Cowboy game.

 

Jolie has stayed true to her roots and continues to enthusiastically treat fans to her high energy, yet intimate live performances! With hand clapping, foot stomping, get-up-out-of-your-seat and dance shows that include a medley of her own hits, as well as timeless country favorites, Jolie’s electrifying concerts remain a top priority for this truly gifted performer.

 

When she’s not performing or recording she enjoys working out, horseback riding, boating, fishing, college football, and spending time with family and friends! Jolie currently makes her home in Dallas, Texas. She actively supports local charitable organizations such as Wednesday’s Child, The Rise School of Dallas, Cook Children’s Hospital Ft. Worth, Texas, and the Special Olympics.

sonny burgess

From the twinkle in his eye to the firm handshake, it is easy to see that Sonny Burgess is a true traditional country artist with a heart as big as his home state of Texas.

Burgess is a CMA Artist Winner, and a Texas Country Music Hall of Famer. His discography of four releases has scored 11 top 10’s in the Texas Country Music Charts. Career highlights include hosting the Nashville Fan Fair/CMA Music Fest along with the International Music Awards, making several appearances on the Grand Ole Opry and walking the red carpet at The American Country Music Awards. In addition he has played three times for former President George W. Bush during his campaign trail (twice in Iowa and once in Ohio). He's built his career in Texas and Tennessee bringing inevitable good lessons hard earned. Standing here today, Sonny demonstrates that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

Not to be confused with the first-generation rockabilly singer of the same name, Burgess stays true to his traditional Country roots building a catalog of albums  which includes four stellar releases: When In Texas, Stronger, Have You Got A Song Like That and  All About The Ride. The constant flow of hit singles from these releases include "Cowboy Cool," "The More I'm Around Some People (The More I Like My Dog," "Jesus and Bartenders," "When In Texas," "Little Bit Stronger," "She Don't Make It Easy, "All Kinds Of Beautiful" and "Dang Good Thing".

After many miles of touring as a solo artist, Burgess' found himself coming together on the same  music path with fellow Country artist Jolie Holliday. It quickly made sense to join forces as a duo act with love and marriage to follow. Fans must agree as the dynamic duo known as Jolie & Sonny continues to work 200+ shows a year. For more information visit jolieandsonny.com

When not touring, they find inspiration in working with children at Fort Worth's Cook Children's Hospital. Burgess spends his time there as full time director of clinical programming, helping patients to record music and audio for their families in Cook's ChildLife Zone.  “We teach ‘em guitar and [how to] write songs. Some of these doctors are sharing [that] these kids are actually taking less pain medication when they’re doing music,” Burgess said. “Unfortunately, if they do pass, we have something for the family, some closure hopefully for them, something for them to go back to. It’s amazing what music does.”

Jason Aldean 

WIDE OPEN - THE JASON ALDEAN EXPERIENCE   Bringing you the ultimate and realistic Jason Aldean tribute live show. Come & join our kind of party.  Sing, dance, and party to the hits of one of country music's top selling artists and 2019's ACM recipient for artist of the decade.   Wide Open puts on an amazing high energy show that is guaranteed to captivate any audience.  They take pride in the tonal qualities of their show and perform the songs with the passion and accuracy that has made them chart topping hits through the years.   Wide Open is comprised of a group of South Florida's finest musicians who come from extensive musical backgrounds, have toured and opened for artists such as Kenny Chesney, Bryan Adams, Train, and Journey.  Venues played and events include Sunfest,South Florida's Music Festival, and The Billboard Awards.   Once you experience Wide Open's live show, there is no doubt you will want to see more.

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