“Anything Goes” when Houser takes the stage with his “Boots On” at Wild Bill’s in Duluth….and we’re not just “whistling Dixie” Before those hits over the past year-plus, the Mississippi native was busy for years in Nashville as a songwriter. Before “Anything Goes” -- his first CD and a Billboard #1 album -- he was best known as a co-writer on the Trace Atkins hit, “Honky Tonk Badonkabonk”, with Jamey Johnson and Dallas Davidson. Tickets start at $20, ages 21 and up.
Meanwhile at Cowboy’s in Kennesaw, Collins returns with his band, Shoot the Messenger. Collins – who recently took over as Lonestar’s lead singer -- was “discovered” at Cowboys when he was fronted 151, Cowboys’ house band. Tickets are $12 for ages 21 and up, $15 for ages 18-20.
Also this holiday weekend you’ll find:
• Nashville songwriters Chris Wallin, Tony Arata and Aaron Barker at The Swallow at the Hollow in Roswell on New Year’s Eve. Tickets are $50.
• A weekend lineup of local bands and special events at Southern Comfort in Conley; Wild West Bar and Grill in Holly Springs; and Ozone Bar & Grill in Covington.
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