Among the fans at Detroit’s Downtown Hoedown to see Joe Nichols, Jake Owen, Uncle Kracker and dozens more artists were the cast and crew from CBS Local’s ‘Tailgate Fan.’
Dylan River Nichols takes part of her from a song that was playing during a particularly, um, intimate moment.
Despite rain, the artists gave all–and the fans ate it up–during the 31st Downtown Hoedown, which brought dozens of country artists to downtown Detroit this past weekend.
Rumors are floating “American Idol” could bring back contestants to serve as judges, but season nine finalist Casey James isn’t expecting the call to come anytime soon.
Joe Nichols, Jake Owen, Uncle Kracker, Craig Morgan, Phil Vassar, and Aaron Lewis are among the artists announced today playing the 31st annual WYCD Downtown Hoedown in Detroit.
The skies were friendly for Dierks Bentley last weekend when he piloted himself into Detroit for the annual Downtown Hoedown.
Chris Young turned 27 years old today. And during his performance in Detroit this past weekend, he got a nice gift from his fans. Smack in the middle of his set Sunday afternoon at the annual Downtown Hoedown, the audience sang him a rousing version of “Happy Birthday.”
Miranda Lambert Brings ‘Gunpowder And Lead’ — And Kid Rock — To Closing Night Of Detroit’s Downtown Hoedown
“Whiskey already? I love this town!” declared Miranda Lambert from the stage on day three of the Downtown Hoedown, which took place in Detroit this past weekend (June 8-10).
It was the sound of letting go–the powerful feeling of a human being who has felt loss, yet was now ready to step back into the world and cut loose.
Detroit may not be the first city that comes to mind when you think ‘country music.’ This past weekend, though, the Motor City is all about honky tonk, thanks to the annual Downtown Hoedown, a country music extravaganza that has been taking over downtown Detroit each summer for the past 30 years.