Ever since Johnny Carson left TV I had been at a loss for a talk show that entertained me until Ellen came along. Ellen is the most consistently funny show in my mind, no matter who the guest, Ellen makes it entertaining. She is also a huge music fan and gives so many artists an opportunity to show what they can do to an enormous audience. Carrie Underwood will be on Ellen today. Josh Kelley will also perform “Georgia Clay” on Ellen today as he revs up for his show June 25th with Clint Black at the Greeley Stampede.

According to to Josh Kelley's record label, MCA Nashville: Georgia Clay is his most autobiographical album to date. He wrote or co-wrote all 11 songs, which reflect upon the defining moments of his life, including his Southern upbringing, marriage to actress Katherine Heigl and fatherhood.

He is eager to perform the title track and the album’s first hit, “Georgia Clay,” for Ellen DeGeneres because he’s a fan of the show. “I love watching Ellen,” he says. “She has such a fun show and her audience always has a great time. I am really looking forward to playing on Ellen, but I’m also really looking forward to having a new dance partner.”

Josh is included in People Country’s feature of “Country’s Hottest Guys” and is the focus of a five-page story in Country Weekly. He’s been interviewed recently by E! News, CNN, Fox and other national media outlets.

Check out Josh today and then get your tickets to see him this summer in Greeley.

Here is info on the Taste of Country Concerts at the Greeley Stampede:

• Friday, June 24th: Rodney Atkins w/Little Big Town – $24 or $29

• Saturday, June 25th: Clint Black w/Josh Kelley – $22 or $27

• Friday, July 1st: Chris Young w/Steel Magnolia – $22 or $27

• Sat., July 2nd: Cheap Trick w/Blue Oyster Cult – $24 or $29

Tickets are on sale at the Greeley Stampede Box Office in Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley. Tickets are also available through TicketsWest at any Colorado King Soopers store, by calling 970-356-7787, or online at GreeleyStampede.org (convenience charges may apply).