Two of country music's biggest stars of the 90s and early 2000s John Michael Montgomery and Lonestar are headed to Hot Springs this weekend.

John Michael Montgomery

John Michael Montgomery and Lonestar will be performing at Magic Springs Theme and Waterpark this Saturday, June 26. The concert is free with paid admission to the park. Montgomery burst onto the country music charts in 1992 with "Life's a Dance," which then started a string of hits 30 singles, 13 reaching the top 10, and 7 made it to number 1 on the Billboard country charts. Hits like "I Swear," "I Can Love You Like That," "Be My Baby Tonight," " Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident," solidified John Michael Montgomery as a mainstream artist on country radio. He's had certified gold, platinum, and multi-platinum albums throughout his musical career. Montgomery is the brother of the late Eddie Montgomery from Montgomery Gentry.


Another band that was storming up the charts back then was Lonestar. The band landed more than 20 singles on the charts, including 9 number 1 singles such as "Amazed," "What About Now," " I'm Already There," "My Front Porch Looking In," just to name a few. The group during that time had Richie McDonald as lead vocalist and John Rich as guitarist and vocals. Rich left the band in 1998 to form the duo Big & Rich. Richie McDonald left the band in 2007 to pursue a solo career. The band now has Drew Womack as lead vocalist and Micahel Britt as guitarist and vocals accompanied by the other original band members.

The show begins at 7 PM so bring your lawn chairs and blankets for an evening under the stars with the stars from the greatest era of country music.

Reserve your seats here. Visit Magic Springs for other upcoming shows.

Next up: Michael Ray with Jameson Rodgers on July 17.

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