Cody Johnson Stays True By Singing A Different Song

“Good luck trying to find someone to sign this contract,” remarked the label representative. Cody Johnson knew country artists rarely demand complete creative control, but he insisted upon it. As his 2016 album title states, he’s just ‘Gotta Be Me.’

“You don’t work for 12 or 13 years to give up all you worked for,” Johnson said in an Interview. He headlines the Superstar Concert Series at The Greeley Stampede July 5th and 8pm.

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Music Video Premiere: Swerve – “Green”

June 18, 2019

Swerve premiere “Green” – their debut music video – today via BandWagon Magazine. Goofy though they are, the Greeley’s quintet are an impressive and funky force newly unleashed on the Northern Colorado music scene. Having won the 2019 BandWagon Battle Of The Bands, the outfit play The Greeley Stampede on Tuesday night, July 2.

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Long Cut – Shaping Up For A Hick-Hop Future

December 16, 2018

Rapping is a tiring, literally breathtaking affair, and Bryan Thomas, quite honestly, didn’t have the stamina for it. He was, to be blunt, too fat to rap. He then endured a sickly stint in the hospital that led to him having throat surgery. So he quit drinking, stopped taking street drugs and started eating better, including flirting with a Vegan diet, and exercising. Since he and Adams formed the hip-hop/country band Long Cut in January, he’s lost 115 pounds.

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If He Had A Million Dollars: Barenaked Ladies’ Ed Roberston Would Be Doing The Same Thing

June 20, 2017

By now, most people have heard of the Barenaked Ladies — the ‘90s alternative band responsible for the Billboard Hot 100 hit “One Week” and songs like “If I Had $1000000.” Established in 1988 by Steven Page and Ed Robertson, the Canadian group never intentionally set out to use its band name as what eventually became a clever marketing tool. It just kind of…happened.

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Greeley Stampede Spotlight – Martina McBride

June 29, 2014

Among the many faces of country music, Martina McBride leads in an industry of widely known female voices. With a long standing career in the music world her ability to create songs full of meaning is something to be recognized and has been noted professionally in her awards as Female Vocalist of the Year and specifically Country Music’s Top Female Vocalist. With 11 studio albums this singer has plenty to say and a range of sound that evolves through the decades. More than 2/3rds of her albums have received gold certifications with over 14 million records sold in the US. McBride’s firm position in the history of country music continues with a mutual foundation between her the dedicated fans that inspire her, something that doesn’t seem to be fading away.

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