April 20, 2019 - April 21, 2019
8:00 pm - 12:00 am
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Admission ticket purchased online is only $15.00.
Admission at the door is $20.00
Doors open at 7pm
The Mud Digger Tour makes a stop at Joyland Country Music Night Club on Saturday April 20th featuring Lenny Cooper, Sarah Ross, and Shotgun Shane. This is a ‘Must See’ live music experience!
North Carolina-born Lenny Cooper is a friendly, approachable guy. But the down-to-earth label is mostly appropriate thanks to his mud-caked likeness, which graces the country performer’s Mud Dynasty album cover. In just a few short years, Lenny has become Crown Prince of the Mud Diggers, thanks to his favorite hobby of mud-bogging, the practice of driving the vehicle of your choice into a mud-covered pit while spectators cheer — and your vehicle. He’s also one of the young purveyors of an increasingly popular subgenre of country music which incorporates rap lyrics and heavy beats, and has been championed by independent label Average Joes Entertainment. Mud-soaked though he may be, 24-year-old Lenny and his Average Joes colleagues have cleaned up pretty well, thanks to entertaining audiences with high-energy music well-suited to accompany any mud-bogging adventure.
Sarah is in Nashville to stay. While she misses her family and the horse farm in Southern New Jersey, and roaming the 240 acres with her cousins, Sarah is committed to making the music she loves. There is no turning back. As she says, there is no Plan B.
Born and raised in Morristown, TN, Shotgun Shane is gaining popularity for his “unique” redneck remixes that started to trend all over the internet. From his first album that included, “Square Body”, “Do You Wanna”, and “Nobody”, to his “EP” America’s Hero, that included “Remind Myself”, “Hold My Beer”. Shotgun Shane is set to release several “singles” in 2019, as well as following up the year with an album. “I finally built a fanbase”, said Shotgun Shane during a live feed video. “That was the hard part, but now, I have a voice and I can venture off and try new things”.