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By Tie Shank 

Josh Turner – Roughstock and Rambler Tour Coming to Richland County Fair This Saturday


Born in November, 1977, Josh Turner was raised by his parents near Lake City, South Carolina. He grew up as a devout Christian and sang bass in a gospel quartet called Thankful Hearts. Turner made his debut on Grand Ole Opry in December 2001 with “Long Black Train,” where he received a standing ovation for an encore.

His debut album was released in 2003, followed by his second album in 2006, his third in 2007, fourth in 2010 and the fifth album was released in 2012.

Turners’ wife, Jennifer, travels with him when he’s on tour, playing keyboards and singing background vocals. The two have three sons together.

Turner recently released his first book “Man Stuff” – Thoughts of Faith, Family and Fatherhood. Josh says the book discusses topics every man can relate to and draw from to grow in his spiritual and personal journey.

#1 selling country music artist, David Nail, joins Turner

The 2012 number one selling single “Let it Rain” country music artist David Nail will be joining Josh Turner for an unforgettable night of country music.

Nail was born and raised in Kennett, Missouri. In 2009 he married his longtime girlfriend, Catherine.

Nail debuted his single “Memphis” in 2002 and signed five years later with MCA, which is now Universal Music Group Nashville. His first album, “I’m About to Come Alive” was released in 2009, the second, “The Sound of a Million Dreams” in November 2011 and he recently released his third album, “I’m on Fire.”

Nails singles, “Kiss You Tonight” and “Whatever She’s Got” continue to climb the charts and wow audiences of all ages.

The combination of these two award-winning country music artists will keep you on your feet!

A limited number of general admission tickets available at the Richland County Fair box office.


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