GREELEY, Colorado – The Union Colony Civic Center, 701 10th Ave., welcomes two household names in country music, Mark Chesnutt and Tracy Byrd, hosted by the “Good Morning Guys” on Friday, January 31 at 7:30 p.m.
Before the live performances by country artists Chesnutt and Byrd, the UCCC stage will transform into the set of a morning TV talk show with the “Morning Guys,” set in the frozen tundra of North Dakota. One year after walking off the UCCC stage as the “Good Morning Guys,” Brian Gary, Todd Harding and Susan Moore are ready to make their return to the stage. The first trio ever inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame, they have plenty of stories to tell and will be bringing along their brand of humor that has kept Northern Colorado laughing for over three decades. Content from the opening act may not be suitable for younger audiences.
Following the “Morning Guys,” Chesnutt and Byrd, collectively known as the “Beaumont Boys,” will provide their own flare for country music. Chesnutt and Byrd are Country Music Association award winners, with countless #1 Billboard hits, who pride themselves on continuing to perform for their fans who have supported them throughout the years.
Chesnutt is one of country music’s true treasures. Reviewers have hailed him as a classic country singer of the first order and he has the means to back it up. Chesnutt has 14 No. 1 hits, 23 top 10 singles, four platinum albums and five gold records. Country music critics and fans alike need to look no further when it comes to country music basics. If you ask Chesnutt he will tell you, “It’s the music that has kept me around this long.” In a world that sometimes confuses style with substance, Chesnutt possesses both. Remaining true to himself as a traditional country artist while still keeping up with the ever-changing country landscape, Chesnutt has a knack for picking great songs, delivering them with his world-class vocals, and singing with heart-felt emotion.
Byrd himself became a household name on the country music scene in 1993 when his third single, “Holdin’ Heaven,” from his self-titled debut album, hit #1 on the Billboard Country Charts. Since that day, Byrd has had 18 top ten hits, an Academy of Country Music Song of the Year, has sold over seven million records, earned four gold and a double platinum albums and has played over 4,000 shows. Quite a career, and Byrd says he is grateful and loves performing more today than he ever has. He thanks his fans for allowing him to continue playing.
For more information and to claim your ticket, contact the UCCC ticket office at 970-356-5000, or go to ucstars.com.
The Union Colony Civic Center is proudly owned and operated by the city of Greeley would like to thank its partners; The City of Greeley, UCHealth, Banner Health, the Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado, Double Tree by Hilton Greeley at Lincoln Park, Flood and Peterson, Loveland Reporter-Herald, The Greeley Tribune, Pirate Radio, KFKA, KUNC, 105.5 The Colorado Sound, Townsquare Media, and iHeart Media.