Gene Watson, one of the most iconic voices in country music, will return to Music City on February 10, for an upcoming appearance at the historic Nashville Palace. Fans won’t want to miss this rare Nashville appearance by the man known as ‘The Singer’s Singer’ and, as journalist, Robert Oermann states, “A man that every country vocalist in this city should bow to. And most of them do.” Fans attending the show are in for a special treat, as modern traditionalist and Amerimonte Records recording artist, Shane Owens serves as the opener for the must-see event. CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.
“Fans have supported us in the early days and they just keep on supporting us,” said Gene Watson. “ We love keeping the tradition alive and are delighted they want to hear “real country.” When they come to our show they know they’re going to get one hundred percent straight-to-the-heart, pure country.”
The country chart-topper has experienced a resurgence, following the release of his latest project, Real.Country.Music. The 2016 album was met with high critical acclaim, with AXS The Rowdy saying, “It’s as iconic an album as one could hope to make,” with the Huffington Post agreeing, saying that “The best thing about the new Gene Watson album is that it’s a new Gene Watson album.” The project serves as the 33rd studio album by the Texas native, who has charted more than 75 singles. The current single, “Help Me,” was written by Larry Gatlin and continues its climb to No. 1 on the Christian charts.
Watson remains one of the most relevant traditional country singers around, with a jam-packed touring schedule, including dozens of shows already added for 2017, with more to be added (see dates below).