The Four States Fair continues tonight with country singer/songwriter Mark Wills on the outdoor stage at 8PM.

Wills has been entertaining country music audiences for more than two decades. He was a huge part of the 90s country movement that was taking the nation by storm during that time. According to Wikipedia his self-titled album was released in 1996 with his first single, "Jacob's Ladder" however, it wasn't really until the release of his second album that he really started to make a name for himself with the hits "Wish You Were Here"  "I Do (Cherish You)" and Don't Laugh at Me."

In late 2002 -2003, Mark had his biggest charting single with the release of "19 Somethin"  staying on the country music charts at No. 1 for six weeks. Wills recently was inducted as a member into the Grand Ole Opry on January 11, 2019. Wills who is an avid supporter of our military and continues to perform for our troops overseas.

The Mark Wills concert is free with fair admission bring your lawn chair. There are a limited number of reserved seats for $30. Visit the Four States Box Office for more information.

Photo, Mario Garcia

I have always enjoyed Mark Wills music and I have seen him in concert before, he really does put on a great show.