Nashville Recording Artist Shelby Horner Back Home In Loveland For Free Concert [VIDEO]
A former Northern Colorado boy is coming home to do a free concert. Saturday, September 14th at 3 pm Shelby Horner, along with local band, Wagon Wheel will be performing a free show at the Norma & Lynn Hammond Amphitheater in Loveland (2626 N. Taft Avenue). This will be the first time Shelby has returned home to play in Loveland, since his move to Music City.
Shelby says, “I wanted to come out and see friends and family, so I decided to make it a free musical event. Loveland is where I found the love to sing, so why not come back to where it all started”.
Since Shelby moved to Nashville he released his debut album “The Rest of the Dream”, which included the single, “Baby I Bet”. It was a TOP 20 song on the New Music Weekly Charts. Then came sponsorships by Nixa Country Radio, Silver Eagle Bus Manufacturers and Peavy.
With the success of his first album and touring, Shelby was signed to “cutting edge” Nashville Indy label, Reptile Records and has released his new album entitled “Keep Me Off The Street”. It features 11 songs written by Shelby and some fine Nashville songwriters, including the title song “Keep Me Off The Street”.
Check out this YouTube video of Shelby singing "Northern Born, Southern Bred".