The Murphy Arts District in El Dorado, Arkansas is proud to welcome Lee Brice and Scotty McCreery to the First Financial Music Hall on Friday, Dec. 16.

Lee Brice

CMA and ACM award winner Lee Brice has garnered nine NO. 1 singles, "A Woman Like You," "Hard to Love," "I Drive Your Truck," "I Don’t Dance," "Drinking Class," “Rumor," “I Hope You’re Happy Now," “One of Them Girls,” and “Memory I Don’t Mess With.” One of the most-played country artists of all time on Pandora, he was the second country artist behind Keith Urban to receive the Pandora Billionaire plaque. At the 56th ACM Awards, “I Hope You’re Happy Now” won Single of the Year and Music Event of the Year, and Lee and Carly Pearce performed the song live. Lee’s latest album, Hey World, features the current radio single “Soul.”

Brice also has his own brand of whiskey named American Born Whiskey.

Scotty McCreery

McCreery earned one Double Platinum, four Platinum, and two Gold singles; won the 10th season of “American Idol” in 2011; was named the ACM New Artist of the Year in 2011; won the CMT Music Award for Breakthrough Video of the Year (‘The Trouble with Girls’) in 2012; American Country Awards for New Artist of the Year in 2011 and Breakthrough Artist of the Year in 2013. He achieved new heights by earning three back-to-back No. 1 hits from his last album Seasons Change. “This Is It,” which stayed at the top of the charts for two weeks, and RIAA Gold-certified “In Between.” McCreery co-wrote all 11 songs on the album, and all four of his previous albums have debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Albums chart, with current combined sales surpassing 3 million copies.

Scotty McCreery
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Scotty McCreery’s new album Same Truck is available now everywhere music is sold. It contains his No. 1 singles “You Time” and “Damn Strait.” McCreery co-wrote 10 of the 12 songs on Same Truck.

The concert will begin at 7:30 pm with doors opening at 6:30 pm. Tickets are on sale now at or can be purchased at the box office by calling 870-444-3007 Mon-Fri from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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