If you grew up in this area chances are you grew up listening to Tracy Lawrence on the radio and some of you may have personally grew up with him in his hometown of Foreman, Arkansas. Well, get ready because Tracy is coming back to his home region when he plays a show at Diamond Jacks Casino in Bossier City, LA on Friday, August 31.

Lawrence has been making music for decades and in the 90s he was a household name. Having released numerous albums and over 40 singles that were on top of the Billboard country music charts including eight singles that went to number one.

Tracy Lawrence album, Good Ole Days, was release last November and the album is a collaboration collection of his hits recorded with some of today's hottest country stars. For example, Jason Aldean singing "Can't Break It To My Heart," which I always thought, Jason's voice at times sounds a lot like Tracy. His buddy Tim McGraw sings "Time Marches On," while other artist include, Easton Corbin, Justin Moore, Chris Young, Luke Bryan, Luke Bryan, Kellie Pickler, Dustin Lynch and many more. There are also two original songs included on the album, one of them is the title track Good Ole Days with 3 Doors Down lead vocalist Brad Arnold.

Another song on the album is titled "Finally Home" with Craig Morgan in which he performed on the Grand Ole Opry last August.  A portion of the proceeds was donated to Operation Finally Home, a national, non-profit organization providing mortgage free, custom-built homes to wounded, ill and injured veterans or widows of the fallen.

For tickets to see Tracy Lawrence at Diamond Jacks go here. And for more on Tracy's latest album log on to his website.