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Featured Local Band:
This month, our featured local band is Copperhead Creek! We are proud to have them listed on our website, and glad to have them as our featured local band of the month!
Copperhead Creek from the Twin Cities area in Minnesota is a new rockin’ country band, playing current top 40 country including some of the old school hits!
Playing music from the following artists and many more: Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Justin Moore, Dierks Bentley, Josh Thompson, Big & Rich, Randy Houser, Waylon Jennings , Johnny Cash and Charlie Daniels
The band composed of, Ryan Graff, Jason “Hoss” Hoskins, Ben Goeb, and Joe Buscher are no strangers to the Minnesota country music scene and have now joined together to form the new country band Copperhead Creek.
The month of November, the band has many great shows on the lineup! You can catch them at Toby Keith’s Bar and Grill (Saint Louis Park, MN), Spurs On First (Duluth, MN), The Wicked Moose (Rochester, MN), and of course O’Gara’s (Saint Paul, MN) for the first annual “Jack Friday” concert where they will open for national act The Jacob Martin Band. That’s not all! They also have other shows throughout the month, and in the near future as well. You can check them out on our calendar by clicking here.
We hope you’ll get out to one of their shows soon!
If you plan on seeing them at the “Jack Friday” concert, you will want to get your tickets soon, as VIP has already sold hold! General Admission tickets are available along with more details about the show here. You can even try your luck and sign up to win a pair of tickets by clicking here.
We at MinnesotaCountry.com hope to see you on “Jack Friday”, and if you can’t make it hope you’ll go check out a Copperhead Creek show soon!