Legends from Nashville come to Abbotsford Centre

Legendary songwriters and performs Tom Ghent, Chris Gantry and Billy Gant perform on March 26

Tickets are now on sale for the Legends from Nashville, coming to Abbotsford Centre on Saturday, March 26.

Celebrating the past century of country music, Nashville legendary songwriters and performers Tom Ghent, Chris Gantry and Billy Gant deliver their collective talents and southern country grass roots sound.

Collectively they have written thousands of songs, while individually each has performed, collaborated and/or been recorded by some of the biggest musical personalities of their time, including Johnny Cash, Hank Williams Jr., Wayne Newton, Kris Kristofferson, Alabama, and George Jones.

“These artists that began the outlaw music movement, as it was referred to in Nashville, Tennessee, are still some of the top writers in the country music industry today,” said Byron Andres, production manager for the event.

Joining the famous trio will be local duo Austin Belle from Abbotsford and Chris Andres and The Stompin Devilles from Vancouver Island.

Tickets start at $29 and are available at abbotsfordcentre.ca, ticketmaster.ca, the Prospera Credit Union box office, or by phone at 1-855-985-5000.


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