2 of the biggest nation acts of the last a number of years are coming together for a brand-new Christmas song and trip. Phil Vassar and Lonestar have actually joined forces for a new song entitled “Not So Quiet Night,” and they have revealed the cities and dates for an upcoming trip of the very same name.
“Not So Quiet Night” finds the musicians getting their retro groove on with a swinging jazz vibe, with Vassar and Lonestar vocalist Richie McDonald trading vocals to describe an enjoyable holiday party: “Get yourself a cup, fill it up, turn the music up/ Get your Christmas spirit on best/ It’s gon na be a not so quiet night.”
The single is set to drop on Friday (Nov. 2), but Taste of Nation readers get to hear it early in this exclusive. Profits from the single will benefit the Redemption Army.You have actually Never Heard Morgan Wallen Rather
Like This Prior to Lonestar and Vassar will likewise strike the road for the 13-date
Not So Quiet Night Trip, which introduces in Biloxi, Miss., on Nov. 30. The shows will include”Christmas requirements, non-traditional holiday tunes in addition to the artists’hits, “according to a press release. One fan in each city will be picked to sign up with the artists onstage for an unique Christmas partnership, the information of which are to be revealed. There are also special VIP experiences offered that consist of a meet and welcome with Vassar and Lonestar, a signed poster and a special keepsake. The Redemption Army’s red kettles will exist at all of the performance venues. “I have actually known these men forever, and we’re going to have a blast on the road performing for our fans,”Vassar states of Lonestar.”It’s a lot more significant that we’re entering the Christmas spirit and returning to the Redemption Army– that’s what it’s everything about.” Vassar launched his self-titled debut album in 2000, and his hits include” Just Another Day in Paradise,”
“Six-Pack Summer,”” That’s When I Love You, “”Love Is a Gorgeous Thing”and more. Lonestar notched a string of hit songs in the ’90s and 2000s that consist of” Astonished,”” What About Now,””I’m Already There, “”My Front Porch Looking In “and others. See a list of their upcoming trip dates below.Phil Vassar and Lonestar’s 2018 Not So Silent Night Tour Dates: Nov. 30– Biloxi, Miss. @ IP Casino Dec. 2– Nashville, Tenn.
@ Wildhorse Saloon Dec. 5– Milwaukee, Wisc. @ Potawatomi Dec. 6– Milwaukee, Wisc.
@ Potawatomi Dec. 8– Larchwood, Iowa @ Grand Falls Gambling Establishment Resort Dec. 12– Las Vegas, Nev. @ The Display Room at the Golden Nugget Dec. 14– Plymouth, Mass. @ Memorial Hall Dec. 15– Lowell, Mass. @ Memorial Auditorium Dec. 16– Reading, Penn. @ Santander PAC Dec. 19– Marietta, Ohio @ Peoples Bank Theatre Dec. 20
— Westbury, N.Y. @ Westbury Theater Dec. 21– Canton, Ohio @ Palace Theatre Dec. 22– Frederick, Md. @ Weinberg See Country Stars With Santa The Very Best of Nation Christmas Tunes, Right Here