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All Aboard !!! .........FREE CONCERT !
Confederate Railroad is coming to Parsons!
Confederate Railroad

A weekend packed full of entertainment is planned for the Carl Perkins Classic Coon Hunt in Parsons Tenneessee! Headlining the event will be former Country Music Newcomer Band of the Year "Confederate Railroad"! Few acts have carved as distinctive a niche in modern musical history as Confederate Railroad. With their high-energy combination of honky-tonk rockers, sensitive ballads, and offbeat humor, they have created a unique identity that has brought them chart success, multi-platinum sales, and continued popularity as a road band.
Hit Songs include:
*Trashy Women
*Jesus and Mama
*She Took it Like a Man
*She Never Cried (When Old Yeller Died)
*Queen of Memphis
*Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind
*Elvis and Andy

This high energy Country/Southern Rock band is sure to bring electricity to the Fairgrounds of Decatur County! And best of all... the concert is FREE!!! All we ask is that you eat with us in our concessions area and have a great time at the show.
Be sure to check out their official website below:
Confederate Railroad - official site

Come on out and help support the Carl Perkins Center in the elimination and prevention of child abuse....WE NEED YOU!

Entertainment!!! - Carl Perkins Classic Coon Hunt
The Band SHOW TIME to open for Confederate Railroad!!!
Dale King and friends have assembled one of the hottest local bands around! They provide high energy, action packed entertainment that will appeal to the whole family. From country to pop, old school music to Southern rock, SHOWTIME can play it all! Be sure to come out and see this band heat up the stage for Confederate Railroad......................

For the SHOW TIME website, please click on the link below:
SHOW TIME Website!

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