With hits like "Me and God," "Would You Go With Me," "Firecracker" and "Your Man," Josh Turner is sure to be a crowd pleaser and a great opening show for the Greeley Stampede this year.

Join me tomorrow as I broadcast my show live from the Greeley Stampede and hang out with Josh Turner before the show tomorrow night.

Josh was raised in Hannah, South Carolina. Turner found himself singing the bass and baritone parts in numerous church choirs.  After high school, he moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music and enrolled in Belmont University. After college, his fledgling career got a boost on Dec. 21, 2004, during his debut on the Grand Ole Opry, when he debuted a song he wrote titled "Long Black Train."

He received a standing ovation in the middle of the song, then sang it again for an encore and the Josh Turner era was born.  He is one of those guys who seems very real and I can't wait to meet him Friday, stop on by and you can as well.

Tickets are still available for the show which starts at 8:00 PM Friday June 28th. Opening for Josh Turner will be newcomer Morgan Frazier.