Three of country's young guns make their way to the Victory Theater in Evansville on March 29th.  It's bound to be a 'Good Friday' as Rodney Atkins, Josh Thompson, and Tyler Farr come to town.  Tickets are on sale right now!

Rodney Atkins has been around Nashville for a long time, but he really cemented his name in 2006 with two big hits, 'If You're Going Through Hell' and 'Watching You.'  The latter song, which is often mistakenly called 'The Chicken Nugget Song' by callers wanting to hear it, is one that parents everywhere can relate to especially as they watch what they say around impressionable kiddos.  From 'These Are My People' to 'Cleanin' This Gun' to 'Farmer's Daughter,' Atkins has had a string of hits that won't soon fade away.

Josh Thompson first got major attention with his song and album called 'Way Out Here.'  For a guy from Wisconsin, he sure gets the 'southern' way of life, citing guys like Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard as his heroes.  He stole the show at 2011's 'Taste of Country' show at Ellis Park and at the following year's Vanderburgh County Fair.  Catch him again March 29th.

Tyler Farr is a new artist that is on the cusp of breaking out.  I've been touting this guy's potential for over a year now, and was told in no uncertain terms by Lee Brice 'This kid's gonna be huge.'  I've enjoyed all his singles, most of all 'Hello Goodbye.'  See the future of country music when he opens the show for Rodney Atkins at the Victory!

See all three of these stars March 29th at the Victory Theater in Evansville.  Tickets On Sale Now.