IConfederate Railroad headlines at Wild Bill's
Marietta’s own Confederate Railroad and Newnan’s Doug Stone are teaming up for a special Wednesday concert (10/14) at Wild Bill’s in Duluth.
Confederate Railroad built a national following with six albums and 20 singles. Their highest-charting hit was “Queen of Memphis”, which reached #2; other Top 10 songs include “Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind,” “Jesus and Mama,” and the classic “Trashy Women.” But the group also holds a special place in local honky tonk history because of their ties to the “Hoss ‘n Saddle” clubs in Doraville and Kennesaw.
Stone burst onto the country scene in 1990 with his debut single, “I’d Be Better Off in a Pine Box.” He charted 22 singles, including four #1s: “A Jukebox with a Country Song,” “Why Didn’t I Think of That?”, “In a Different Light” and “Too Busy Being in Love.”
Tickets start at $10; the show begins at 8 p.m.