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98.5 KYGO BIRTHDAY BASH featuring Chris Young, Walker Hayes, Mitchell Tenpenny, Morgan Wade and Callista Clark tickets at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre in Greenwood Village
Sat Jul 2, 2022 - 4:30 PM

98.5 KYGO BIRTHDAY BASH featuring Chris Young, Walker Hayes, Mitchell Tenpenny, Morgan Wade and Callista Clark

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98.5 KYGO BIRTHDAY BASH featuring Chris Young, Walker Hayes, Mitchell Tenpenny, Morgan Wade and Callista Clark

Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
6350 Greenwood Plaza Blvd.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
(303) 220-7000
Sat Jul 2, 2022 - 4:30 PM
Ages: All Ages
Doors Open: 3:30 PM
Door Price: $25.00 - $99.95
Onsale: Fri Mar 4, 2022 - 10:00 AM
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Bio: Chris Young

Recently invited to become the newest member of the iconic Grand Ole Opry, Chris Young has earned multiple ACM, BBMA, CMA, CMT, Grammy and RDMA nominations and scored three consecutive chart-topping singles – including his ninth No. 1 “Sober Saturday Night” with Vince Gill – from his “excellent” (New York Times) album I’m Comin’ Over (2015). He continues to set the bar even higher with the release of his brand new single, “Losing Sleep,” which amassed more than 1.25 Million on-demand streams in its first week of release.

With six albums to his credit, including 2016’s It Must Be Christmas and 2015’s Gold-certified studio album, I’m Comin’ Over, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart, Chris continues to reach new heights with his hotly anticipated seventh album — Losing Sleep — due October 20, 2017. Named “one of his era’s finest traditionalists” by the Associated Press,the upcoming record will be the RCA Records artist’s third project in less than two years.
 
An international ambassador for country music, Chris performs to packed houses around the world including his recent appearance at the sold-out C2C Festival in the UK. With a hit-packed set that highlights his nine chart-toppers — including “Gettin’ You Home,” “Voices,” “Tomorrow,” “I’m Comin’ Over” and “Think Of You,” — and sixteen Gold/Platinum certified projects, Chris has joined reigning ACM Entertainer of the Year Jason Aldean as special guest on his They Don’t Know Tour through October before resuming his own headlining dates later this year.
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Bio: Walker Hayes

Monument Records recording artist, Walker Hayes, is a singer/songwriter originally from Mobile, Alabama. His album Country Stuff The Album came out 1/21, and features new single “AA” and smash hit “Fancy Like.”

“Fancy Like” has topped every sales and streaming chart since its release, spending a collective 6 months and counting at the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Country Songs Chart and hitting the top 5 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Songs. The irresistible tune was certified RIAA 3X Platinum within a year of release, and the track gave Hayes his first GRAMMY Award nomination as an artist for Best Country Song.

Propelled by the TikTok dance Hayes made to the song with his teenage daughter, “Fancy Like” has been used over half a million times on the app, with that original, homemade video, racking up over 32 million views, and appearing in a national Applebee’s ad campaign. Written in response to fans thinking Hayes’ life was more lavish than their own, “Fancy Like” connected audiences across genres, and spawned collaborations with Kesha and Carin Leon.

Hayes’ newest release, “AA,” is everything fans have come to love about his music – unapologetically honest lyrics, instantly catchy hooks, and stories inspired by his own life. Hayes shares, “at the end of the day, we are all just doing the best we can, and what I really mean to say with this song is just that I’m trying to stay the course. I’ve struggled with alcohol abuse and sometimes I wish I didn’t need AA, but I do. I think a lot of people can relate to that. I’m just trying to be the best dad and husband I can be. It’s not easy all the time, but my wife smiles a lot and my kids are growing up with more than I had, and that’s a really good thing.”

Written by Hayes, with Multi-Grammy Award winner Shane McAnally and Luke Laird, and produced by “Fancy Like” collaborator Joe Thibodeau and McAnally, “AA” is one of 13 songs on Country Stuff The Album, which also includes the fast rising pop/country bop “U Gurl.”

Hayes’ songwriter has led Billboard to praise his “personal, soul-bearing storylines; rolling rhymes; and Macklemore-like cadence,” and the Washington Post to write that “Hayes has broken into the mainstream by sounding different.”

The proud father of six has performed his music, including the Double-Platinum RIAA certified hit “You Broke Up With Me” from his debut album boom. to national audiences on Good Morning America, CBS Sunday Morning, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and The TODAY Show. He kicked off his headlining The Fancy Like Tour in January 2022.

Monument Records recording artist, Walker Hayes, is a singer/songwriter originally fromMobile, Alabama. His albumCountry Stuff The Albumcame out1/21,andfeatures new single“AA”and smash hit“Fancy Like.”“Fancy Like”has topped every sales and streaming chart since itsrelease,spending a collective6months and counting at the No. 1 spot on theBillboard Country Songs Chartand hittingthetop 5 onBillboard’s Hot 100 Songs.The irresistible tune was certifiedRIAA3X Platinumwithina year of release, and the track gave Hayes his firstGRAMMY Awardnomination as an artist forBest Country Song.Propelled by the TikTok dance Hayes made to the song with his teenage daughter, “Fancy Like”has been used over half a million times on the app, with that original, homemade video, rackingup over 32million views, andappearing in a national Applebee’s ad campaign.Written inresponse to fans thinking Hayes’ life was more lavishthan their own, “Fancy Like” connectedaudiences across genres, and spawned collaborations with Kesha and Carin Leon.Hayes’ newest release, “AA,” is everything fans have come to love about his music–unapologetically honest lyrics, instantly catchy hooks, and stories inspired by his own life.Hayesshares,“at the end of the day, we are all just doing the best we can, and what I really mean tosay with this song is just that I’m trying to stay the course. I’ve struggled with alcohol abuse andsometimesI wish I didn’t need AA, but I do. I think a lot of people can relate to that. I’m justtrying to be the best dad and husband I can be. It’s not easy all the time, but my wife smiles alotand my kids are growing up with more than I had, and that’s a really good thing.”Written by Hayes, withMulti-Grammy Award winner Shane McAnallyandLuke Laird, andproduced by “Fancy Like” collaboratorJoe Thibodeauand McAnally, “AA”is one of 13 songs onCountry Stuff The Album,which also includes the fast rising pop/country bop “U Gurl.”Hayes’ songwriter has ledBillboardto praise his “personal, soul-bearing storylines; rollingrhymes; and Macklemore-like cadence,” andtheWashington Postto write that“Hayes hasbroken into the mainstream by sounding different.”The proud father of six has performed his music, including the Double-Platinum RIAA certifiedhit “You Broke Up With Me”from his debut albumboom.to national audiences onGoodMorning America,CBS Sunday Morning,Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Tonight ShowStarring Jimmy Fallon, and The TODAY Show. He kickedoffhis headliningThe Fancy Like TourinJanuary2022.
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Bio: Mitchell Tenpenny

Since the release of his debut single, “Drunk Me,” Riser House/Columbia Nashville artist Mitchell Tenpenny has set new standards for breakout success in country music. The 2X Platinum-certified, No. 1 hit was taken from his introductory album, Telling All My Secrets, and earned him the best first week showing for any major label country debut LP in 2018. To date, “Drunk Me” has amassed nearly 490 million on-demand streams. In the year that followed, the “winning” singer (the New York Times) was nominated for New Male Artist of the Year at the ACM Awards and Breakthrough Video (“Drunk Me”) at the CMT Music Awards and saw his “Alcohol You Later” single certify gold. He also kicked off his first headlining concert series, the “Anything She Says Tour,” with labelmates and award-winning duo Seaforth who joined as support and were also featured on the gold-selling song, “Anything She Says.”

During 2020’s pandemic, Mitchell delivered four songs to his fans including “Can’t Go To Church,” “Here,” his cover of “Someone You Loved,” and “Broken Up, as well as releasing the Neon Christmas EP for the holidays.

This New Year’s day, Mitchell partnered with PEOPLE MAGAZINE to announce “Bucket List” and filmed the song’s music video in conjunction with the state of Arizona, crossing off a few of his bucket list places to visit; among them Sedona, the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, and Lake Powell/Antelope Canyon. 

 

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Bio: Morgan Wade

Morgan Wade has never sounded like anybody else, and for a long time, she thought that meant her songs were just for her. “Honestly, I think that was really good for me,” she says. “It made me think, ‘Alright, well, I’m not going to sing for anybody else––but I’m singing for myself.’” 
 
Since then, Wade has figured out that when you grow up in Floyd, Virginia, where bluegrass sustains everyone like the Blue Ridge Mountain air but you hear other sounds like pop and punk in your own head, singing for yourself is the way to become the artist you were always meant to be.
 
Produced by Sadler Vaden––Jason Isbell’s longtime guitarist and an acclaimed solo artist in his own right––Wade’s full-length debut Reckless is a confident rock-and-roll record that introduces a young singer-songwriter who is embracing her strengths and quirks as she continues to ask questions about who she is––and who she wants to be. Her voice, a raspy soprano that can soothe liltingly or growl, is on brilliant display. “I feel like the last couple of years have been me trying to figure out where I fit in, who I fit in with, and what’s going on,” Wade says. “I’m almost four years sober, so a lot of the friends I had, I don’t really hang out with anymore. When I wrote these songs, I was going through a lot, just trying to figure out who I am.” 
 
Now living in Damascus, Virginia, about two hours east of where she grew up, Wade remains connected to the roots that raised her, even as she stretches. “All these bluegrass players would get together out in the streets and play music together,” she says of her little hometown. “My grandfather would go up there every Friday night, and I’d go up there with him and my grandma. I remember falling asleep on their laps, just sitting up there, listening to music.” When Wade began to write her own songs, country radio was dominated by svelte voices like Shania Twain and Faith Hill––and Wade couldn’t hear herself in any of them.
 
“I’d write songs but didn’t tell anybody about it,” Wade says. “It was like some kind of secret. Even as a kid, it was what I liked to do: I’d go off into my own little world and write songs and stories.” 
 
Wade was 19 and in college when she first performed in public: an open mic in Floyd, backed by a band she had cobbled together via Craigslist. She loved the stage––and soon, her secret writing and singing became a public––and beloved––soundtrack. Wade began touring with her band, the Stepbrothers, and generated a grassroots following and high-profile attention––including that of Vaden.
 
 Asked how she feels about the head-turning voice she used to hide, Wade is characteristically honest, self-deprecating, and insightful. “I still go through moments. I was in the studio two weeks ago and I thought, ‘Can I actually sing? Is everybody just mocking me right now?’” She laughs a little and sighs. “I think it just takes a while. After spending all those years feeling like you weren’t good enough, it takes time to rewire your brain––to know hey: You really do have a good voice.” 
 
Today, with Reckless in tow, Wade is ready to for her voice to be heard. “This is different than anything I’ve ever done before,” she says of the record. “It’s opened up a bunch of different lanes––and I’m proud of it. A lot of the songs are about figuring out what the hell I’m doing.” She pauses and grins. “Maybe record number two will be a little bit more about knowing who I am.” 
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Bio: Callista Clark

Every song has a story and at just 17 years old Callista Clark has a lot to say. Like Maren Morris, Jennifer Nettles, Tori Kelly, Ingrid Andress and so many talented singer/ songwriters that paved the way before her, the young songstress wields her creative gifts as both a defense and an instrument of peace as she puts her heart on display with her forthcoming debut collection Real To Me via Big Machine Records. Blending her love for authentic, timeless classics with the sounds of her Country roots which sprouted from her hometown of Zebulon, Georgia, Clark “puts a fresh spin on soul phrasing” (Billboard). Gearing up to release her debut music, she’s worked with many of Nashville’s leading songwriters including Jonathan Singleton, Laura Veltz, Nicolle Galyon, and Emily Shackleton, among others. The proof that Clark could hold her own among Nashville’s most prominent is evident in the feisty anthem of “Change My Mind,” the poignant and relatable truths of “Real to Me” and the declaration of confidence in “It’s Cause I Am.” It’s her ability to be both assertive yet vulnerable, and empowering while brutally honest that make Real to Me such an auspicious introduction. Her inspiring videos with which Scooter Braun (SB Projects) and Scott Borchetta (Big Machine Label Group) took notice, have amassed over 65 million views on Facebook and over 6 million views on YouTube.

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