Join us for an evening of Country Music featuring the multi-talented and always amazing Todd Allen Herendeen and the FTD Band. Todd's goal every night as he walks on stage is for everyone to forget their worries or troubles for a couple hours and enjoy themselves! His drive, along with his dynamic voice and excellent showmanship have gained him much success, including a #1 Hit, in his 15 years of performing professionally. Todd has worked with such artists as: Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Ricochet, Bill Anderson, Gene Watson, John Conlee, Jeannie Seely, Janie Fricke, Ricky Van Shelton, Andy Griggs, George "Goober" Lindsey, John Michael Montgomery, Lynn Anderson, The Warren Brothers, Diamond Rio, Neil McCoy and Buddy Jewell. Most recently he added Chad Brock, Daryl Singletary, David Kersh, Rhett Akins, Trick Pony and Gretchen Wilson to his list as he performed at the Indian Summer Festival in Panama City Beach, FL.
He was also part of Legendsfest at Buck Lake Ranch in Angola, IN. He opened for such Grand Ole Opry legends as: "Little" Jimmy Dickens, Kitty Wells, Charlie Louvin, Jack Greene, Bobby and Johnny Wright, Jeanne Pruett, and Stonewall Jackson. The show's M.C. was Ralph Emery. On this day, Todd along with all these legends, was inducted into the Buck Lake Ranch Hall of Fame.
Saturday, September 22, 2018
A TRIBUTE TO JOHNNY CASH
Featuring Todd Allen Herendeen
Becca Rae opens the show
Outside at Southern Pines Brewing Company
565 Air Tool Drive E., Southern Pines, NC
Gates open at 5:30 pm
Show begins at 6:30 pm
$25 IN ADVANCE
$22 Military w/ID
$18 Students w/ID
$30 AT DOOR
FREE 12 & Under
Bring your own chairs
No outside food, drink or coolers permitted
No pets please
FOOD TRUCKS and BEER/WINE Sales onsite!
You must be 21 years of age and provide a valid ID to purchase and drink beer/wine at the event - NO ID - no alcohol -
Event held rain or shine.
This event will benefit our non-profit partner - L.E.O. - MOORE COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION - we exist for the purpose of promoting closer cooperation among law enforcement professionals to the end that the administration of justice can be improved through the interchange of ideas, the study of new methods and advancing a better understanding of the law."