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Country 102.5's Street Party

Sunday

May 21, 2017 – 12:30 PM

15 Lansdowne Street
Boston, MA 02215 Map

  • Trent Harmon
  • Tucker Beathard
  • Drake White
  • Billy Currington

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Tucker Beathard: Country music fans might have heard about Tucker Beathard before he even started performing. Son of country songwriter Casey Beathard, Tucker's rebellious nature became the inspiration for his father's song, "Homeboy", which became a hit for Eric Church.

In fact, Tucker wasn't even certain that he wanted to follow in his father's footsteps. It was only after declining a promising baseball scholarship that Tucker decided to create his own brand of rock and country. He released his debut EP, The Demos, Vol.1, in 2015, which featured the hit single, "Rock On". He followed his initial EP with another in 2016, entitled "Fight Like Hell".

Drake White: Drake White is an aspiring singer songwriter residing in Nashville TN. The Hokes Bluff, Alabama native has a very different country feel with a freestyle twist on many of his original songs. He adlivs throughout a show phrasing rythmic lyrics up as he plays. White frequently involves the audience in his witty craftsmanship of verbalization as well. Many country, blues, rock, freestyle, and bluegrass influences have formed his musical sound that is unique in its own way. The singer /songwriter is incredibly motivated in his pursuit of creating great music and wants nothing more than to do what he loves. He is a God fearing, river rat, beach bum that loves the outdoors and expresses this love through his soulful lyrical exchanges that breeze through the listener's ears effortlessly. Please stop by drakewhitemusic.com for the music and shirts!

Billy Currington: Currington emerged in 2003 with his self-titled debut which spawned the hit single "I Got A Feeling". But it was his duet, "Party for Two", with country's biggest country star, Shania Twain, that pushed Currington to the top of the charts. He released his sophomore set, Doin' Somethin' Right which peaked at #2 on the Billboard Country charts and he hit the touring circuit in 2005. The video for "Must Be Doin' Somethin Right" won Currington the CMT Music Award for Hottest Video of the Year and garnered him a lot of attention from female fans. While Currington toured, he penned his #1 hits "People Are Crazy" and "That's How Country Boys Roll", which solidified Currington as Country's party boy.

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