Singer, songwriter and producer Lee Brice, the artist behind the number one smash single, “A Woman Like You” will take to the Deadwood Mountain Grand event center stage at 8 p.m.., Friday May 24.
Hailing from Sumter, S.C., Brice's highest-charting single is "A Woman Like You," which reached No. 1 in April 2012. He also had Billboard's Top Country Song of 2010 with "Love Like Crazy," the title track to his 2010 debut album, which spent 56 weeks on the Hot Country Songs chart, peaking at No. 3 and setting a record for the longest run in the chart's history.
Brice's second album, Hard 2 Love, has produced No. 1 singles in "A Woman Like You" and "Hard to Love."
“At 32, I’m growing up, and I’ve done a lot more singing, not just in the studio but live. I’ve done about 200 shows a year for the last five years, and I realized that you can move people and peel their faces back without necessarily screaming at them," Brice said. "I’m just learning there is a patience that you gain with experience and I’m trying to dig in. You could be a great singer or performer, but it’s the whole package that makes an artist. It starts with the music that’s out there.”
Randy Travis will be "Diggin' Up Bones" in Deadwood, as he takes to the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center stage at 8 p.m. Wed. July 10, promising to pull favorite after favorite from a treasure trove featuring more than 25 years of his distinct, award-winning country sound.
“Randy Travis is an artist whose voice is undeniably country,” said Deadwood Mountain Grand General Manager Brad Hemmah. “His demeanor is equally as down-home as his music and we are truly looking forward to hearing his voice ring through our event center.”
MCA recording artist Kip Moore, the singer behind the number one smash singles, “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck” and “Beer Money,” will take to the Deadwood Mountain Grand event center stage at 10 p.m., Friday July 26, following the award-winning Days of ’76 Rodeo.
Johnny Rivers, the 60s and 70s-era legendary rock ‘n roll singer of “Secret Agent Man” and many other well-known hits, will perform at the Deadwood Mountain Grand event center at 8 p.m., Friday April 19.
Country superstar Clint Black is set to be "Killin' Time" in Deadwood, as he takes to the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center stage at 8 p.m. Friday, April 12.
“Prolific singer-songwriter Clint Black has long been heralded as one of country music’s brightest stars,” said Deadwood Mountain Grand general manager Brad Hemmah. “While it’s well-known that Black is an accomplished singer and guitarist, people may be surprised to learn that he is also proficient on drums and harmonica. We are privileged to have him play our venue.”
A Gering, Nebr. woman won the Wheel of Fortune city-wide progressive totaling $237,098 at the Deadwood Mountain Grand Grand Rewards Casino Monday.
Winner Joyce Heimbouch, visiting the area from Western Nebraska with a Deadwood Gulch Tour bus, said she played $8.50 before hitting the jackpot.
Hot new vocal duo Florida Georgia Line, best known for their hard-driving smash hit "Cruise," will take to the Deadwood
Mountain Grand stage Sunday, June 23.
"This is big!" said Deadwood Mountain Grand Sales, Marketing and Event director Susan Kightlinger. "They have been named New
Vocal Duo or Group of the Year and are nominated for both New Artist of the Year and Vocal Duo of the Year, at the upcoming Academy of Country music Awards in Las Vegas. Their upcoming shows are selling out and we get the
privilege of hearing them play Deadwood!"
The duo's multi-week #1 single, "Cruise," hit the Top 10 just 14 weeks after its release, faster than any debut since Brooks & Dunn’s “Brand New Man.” Critics say it's been more than two decades since a new country act has captured the public's imagination the way Florida Georgia Line, consisting of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, has.
The journey that led to their breakthrough project began in two small southern towns--Monroe, Georgia, for Tyler and Ormond Beach, Florida, for Brian. Both loved the music of their churches, and both branched out into a wide variety of popular music, heavy on the country. The two met as students at Nashville's Belmont university and kicked off a partnership that has made them one of country's hottest young acts.
"Cruise," which Country Weekly called “a hip hop hybrid of crunchy electric guitar riffs, rap lyrics and backwood boondock roots that would make Kid Rock proud and Jason Aldean envious," is the double platinum-plated introduction to their debut album titled "HERE’S TO THE GOOD TIMES."
To date, “Cruise,” alone has sold well over two million, reached number one on the iTunes Country Singles Chart and helped secure them a spot on Luke Bryan’s “DIRT ROAD DIARIES TOUR” in 2013.
Tickets for the Florida Georgia Line concert go on sale March 8. Tickets are available at the Deadwood Mountain Grand Box Office -- The Company Store -- or at ticketmaster.com. Both hotel reservations and ticket arrangements can be made by calling 877-907-GRAND. For more information, visit www.deadwoodmountaingrand.com.
Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, Event Center and Casino, in the newly restored 1906 Homestake Mining Co. ore processing plant that overlooks Historic Deadwood, has a 98-room luxury hotel, high stakes gaming and 210 state-of-the art casino games, two restaurants, a 2,500-seat entertainment-and-event center qand a multi-level parking garage.