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Paul Thorn at Fredricks Outdoor in Priceville, AL

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Fredricks Outdoor Presents Paul Thorn

Join us for an evening of fun and music, featuring special guest Paul Thorn! 

  • WHO: Paul Thorn, Lee Gibson, You, and Us

  • WHAT: A Rockin' Good Time

  • WHEN: October 27th, 2018, 5:00 PM

  • WHERE: Fredricks Outdoor, Priceville, Alabama

  • WHY: Because it's fun.

SHIPPING NOTICE - 2018-10-23

Due to the limited amount of time remaining until show day, we are disabling shipping for apparel orders. You may still request store pickup for your order. Pickup orders may be picked up at the store during normal business hours, up to closing at 2pm on Saturday. After that, your orders will be held at the will call table for pickup.


Getting in is easy, come to Fredricks Outdoor in advance of the show, or visit our online apparel shop, and purchase one of our branded t-shirts. That shirt will get you in to this concert, and ALL of our future concerts, for free. The best part? Each shirt is only $20. That's right, cheap entertainment for life. Awesome.

For the less adventurous types (wusses), you can pay at the gate. It's still going to cost you $20. And you won't get the awesome shirt. And you'll be sad.

Children 10 and Under are FREE with a paid parent or guardian. 


Concessions & Other Stuff

  • No outside food or beverage.

  • Per local and state regulations, absolutely no outside alcohol is permitted.

  • We will have food trucks on site for eatin'.

  • We will be serving beer at The Snak Shak, and at various beer tents and carts.

  • We'll also have a couple of liquor carts.

  • You MUST provide ID to be served any alcoholic beverage. We will have a few stations where you'll be able to show your ID to receive a wristband for alcohol consumption.

  • No coolers.

  • No backpacks.

  • Uniformed officers will be on site, patrolling.

  • No untoward shenanigans.

About Paul Thorn

Paul Thorn has created an innovative and impressive career, pleasing crowds with his muscular brand of roots music – bluesy, rocking and thoroughly Southern American, yet also speaking universal truths. Among those who value originality, inspiration, eccentricity and character – as well as talent that hovers somewhere on the outskirts of genius, the story of Paul Thorn is already familiar. Raised in Tupelo, Mississippi, among the same spirits (and some of the actual people) who nurtured the young Elvis generations before, Paul Thorn has rambled down back roads and jumped out of airplanes, worked for years in a furniture factory, battled four-time world champion boxer Roberto Duran on national television, signed with and been dropped by a major label, performed [on stages with Bonnie Raitt, Mark Knopfler, Sting, and John Prine among many others, and made some of the most emotionally restless yet fully accessible music of our time. He’s also appeared on major television shows such as Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel Live, been the subject of numerous National Public Radio (NPR) features and charted multiple times on the Billboard Top 100 and Americana Radio Charts. This year, Paul released an album titled Don’t Let the Devil Ride, which he describes as “the culmination of my whole life in music, coming back to my roots.” It marks his first time recording gospel music - featuring guests such as the Blind Boys of Alabama, the McCrary Sisters, and Preservation Hall Horns - and his creation of a body of strikingly original songs that address the foibles of human relationships without necessarily favoring the sacred over the profane.

About Lee Gibson

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Southern roots run deep in Lee Gibson’s veins and you see that on stage when he performs. Nashville-born but he was raised in the small town of Winchester, Tennessee, giving Gibson the humbleness that comes across on stage and his love for country music. Having been compared to Dwight Yoakam and Ronnie Dunn, Lee Gibson’s voice is powerful, clear and definitely country. With his influence, from these artists and so many more, Gibson pursued writing with some of the top Nashville songwriters. In 2001 he landed his first record deal and this put him on the stage with Randy Houser, Anthony Smith, Darryl Worley, T. Graham Brown, and even the late George Jones. As Lee Gibson steps on stage he does so with the experience he has gained over the years of working in the music business. His 6 foot 4 inch stature carries the deep richness in his voice as he sings to his audiences. As you walk into the venue you look on stage and Lee Gibson is performing. His voice carries through the sound system and you know you are about to see a great country singer on stage. His experience and talent shows through and the friendliness in his voice welcomes you to a seat. This is a Lee Gibson show. Quality, talent and pure country. Artists with whom Lee has performed: George Jones Randy Houser Darryl Worley Ronnie McDowell Rhett Akins Daryle Singletary T Graham Brown Steve Wariner Venues of interest where Lee Gibson has performed: Graceland Wildhorse Saloon CMA Fest Von Braun Civic Center Knuckleheads(KC,MO)

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The LACS on Smith Lake (FREE CONCERT)

 The LACS are coming to Devil's Branch on Smith Lake - July 1st, 2018

The LACS are coming to Devil's Branch on Smith Lake - July 1st, 2018



Fredricks Outdoor is proud to welcome The LACS back to our turf for our Third Annual Rock the Boat concert on beautiful, scenic Lewis Smith Lake. This is a FREE on-the-water event. No admission necessary. Just our way of adding a little extra fun to Smith Lake.


  • WHO: The LACS
  • WHEN: July 1st, 2018 // Music will start around 4PM
  • WHERE: Devil's Branch on Smith Lake
    (Just North-Northwest of Duncan Bridge)
  • Fireworks to follow the music!


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Sawyer Brown at Fredricks Outdoor

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Due to rain delays in overnight setup, we have decided to move gate opening to 4:00 PM today. This will allow the crew more time to finish setup and help to keep everyone safe during that time. Thank you for your understanding. Enjoy the show!


Here we go again, folks! Come on out to Fredricks Outdoor's 2017 Fall Concert for a night of music, food, beer, and fun with Sawyer Brown taking the stage.


8:00 AM - 2:00 PM  —  Store Hours
4:00 PM - Close —  Parking Opens
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM — Political Rally featuring Roy Moore
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM —  Sound Check & Opening Act(s)
8:00 PM - CLOSE —  Sawyer Brown


You folks that have been to our events before know the routine, here's the rundown for the rookies.



Preferred Access includes front-row-area access to the stage* and a chance to win a meet & greet with the artists. Limited quantity available (500 max).

(*Because of limited space, Preferred Access is standing room only. No chairs are permitted in the Preferred Access Area.)

Preferred admission is in lieu of Fredricks Outdoor Apparel Admission. Your shirt still gets you into our concerts for free, forever. Now, though, there's a way to make a small purchase to get some extra access (and possibly more) during each concert.

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Kentucky Headhunters on Smith Lake

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Fredricks Outdoor is proud to welcome Grammy Award winning band The Kentucky Headhunters back to our turf for our 2nd Annual Rock the Boat 2017 concert on beautiful, scenic Lewis Smith Lake. This is a FREE on-the-water event. No admission necessary. Just our way of adding a little extra fun to Smith Lake.


  • WHO: Kentucky Headhunters [Opening Act TBD]
  • WHEN: July 2nd, 2017 // Music will start around 4PM
  • WHERE: Devil's Branch on Smith Lake
    (Just North-Northwest of Duncan Bridge)



Just in case you need help finding us, here's a map to the location. When you see Devil's Branch, you won't be able to miss it. Just look for our giant LED sign and concert pavilion.

If you need help finding us, please feel free to call our store in Priceville, AL at 256-340-8899.

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Travis Tritt with Ryan Couron



On April 15th, 2017, come see country music legend Travis Tritt, with special guest (and long-time Fredricks pal) Ryan Couron at Fredricks Outdoor. 

As usual, it's going to be an entire day of music, food, fun, and shenanigans. Check out all the details and whatnot below and be sure to bookmark this page, and follow us on Facebook, to get updates on the regular.


This year, we're adding an open house event to the mix. In the week leading up to the show, come by for some special deals on boats, tractors, RVs, and more. MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE OPEN HOUSE IS COMING SOON!


We're trying something new for this event. Instead of an all-out general admission or VIP-only experience, we're going a little more toward the middle of the road.


Preferred Access includes front-row-area access to the stage* and a chance to win a meet & greet with the artists. Limited quantity available (500 max).

(*Because of limited space, Preferred Access is standing room only. No chairs are permitted in the Preferred Access Area.)

Preferred admission is in lieu of Fredricks Outdoor Apparel Admission. Your shirt still gets you into our concerts for free, forever. Now, though, there's a way to make a small purchase to get some extra access (and possibly more) during each concert.

You can purchase your preferred access passes in-store, online using the following link, or by calling our retail store at 256-340-8899

Due to shipping constraints online sales for preferred access are now closed. If you'd like to purchase preferred access passes, you may do so in-store between now and 2pm on Saturday, April 15th, 2017.


More than 25 years after Travis Tritt launched his music career, the Grammy award-winning artist continues to sell- out shows, top sales charts and stay true and relevant to Country music fans across the globe. On the heels of sold-out shows throughout his solo acoustic tour and amid a heavy tour schedule that takes Tritt and his band across the country to play for packed out crowds, the Southern-rock influenced Country artist topped the SoundScan Top 200 Catalog Country Albums chart for 50 consecutive weeks. A Marietta, Ga. native, Travis Tritt is dubbed one of “The Class of ‘89,” which included Country music superstars Garth Brooks, Clint Black and Alan Jackson; all of whom dominated the charts in the early ‘90s. Among his eleven studio albums and numerous charted singles are nineteen Top 10 hits, including “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde,” “Here’s A Quarter” and “It’s A Great Day To Be Alive.” His 25 year career has produced millions in album sales, two Grammy award wins and multiple No. 1 singles on the Country radio charts. On Nov. 18, Tritt is set to release a special live 2-disc CD and DVD, titled A Man and His Guitar – Live From The Franklin Theatre. For more information on Travis Tritt, visit his website TravisTritt.com and follow him on Twitter and Facebook.


Born in California, Ryan Couron is a natural country boy by God’s grace. When on stage, this 26-year-old melts his influences into a sound mixed with traditional country and southern-rock with a healthy twist of the new country music as well, contributing to the establishment of his strong fan base in the entire Arkansas area. Combined with his original songs, including the debut CD “Play What I Feel Like,” a comfortable and confident stage presence and strides toward a new direction, 2011 has been an outstanding year that has produced great progress in Ryan’s young career.

Ryan still resides in Benton, AR to take advantage of the resources country life has to offer. His musical style was influenced by such greats as: Chris LeDoux, Randy Travis, Travis Tritt, Alan Jackson and Hank Williams, Jr. He discovered his vocal talent in a peculiar month long experience at age 16, while attending a Catholic seminary for Gregorian chant classes in Pennsylvania. Ryan is a charismatic, raw talent dedicated to his musical career and his passion can be seen in how he meets and greets with his crowds, fans and friends.

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Halloween Festival 2016: Chris Janson


On October 29th, Fredricks Outdoor will have a PILE of awesome stuff for you to do, eat, drink, and listen to. Seriously, this event's gonna be a big one, so put your game face on. We've got it all: A BBQ cookoff competition (with all sorts of delicious stuff for you to eat), games and recreational stuff for the kids, a concert featuring Chris Janson with special guests Donica Knight and Brandon Henson, and a costume contest! If you can't find something to do during this event... well... we don't know what to tell you.

Please bookmark and check in on this page frequently as we will have quite a few updates in the coming weeks.


Start End Event / Show
08:00 AM 02:00 PM Store Hours
11:00 AM 04:00 PM BBQ Cook Off Contest
TBD Chainsaw Wood Carving by Cuttin' Thru
11:00 AM TBD Kids Play Area / Activities
05:00 PM Brandon Henson
06:30 PM Donica Knight
08:00 PM Chris Janson


You folks that have been to our events before know the routine, here's the rundown for the rookies.


  • If you're wearing FREDRICKS OUTDOOR APPAREL: FREE Admission
  • If you're wearing a FULL COSTUME: FREE Admission
  • Kids aged 10 or under: FREE Admission (with a guardian that's paid for admission).
  • Everyone Else: $20 at the Gate


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As we have many times, we will also be offering VIP passes for this event. The VIP pass includes:

  • VIP Parking Area

  • Indoor Restroom Access

  • VIP Side-Stage Lounge Area with Private Bar and Exclusive drink options.

  • Exclusive Fredricks Outdoor VIP Shirt

  • Mix & mingle with Donica Knight and Brandon Henson

  • Finger Foods & Snacks

PLUS you’ll be entered to win one of a limited number of passes to meet, and take your picture with, Chris Janson.


  • An all-you-can-eat Taster's Pass for the competition is $20 per person.
  • Kids 12 and under are free.
Admission to the Cook Off is separate. Now, before you get your feathers all ruffled, bear in mind that you get to eat barbecue. Lots of it. Also, approximately 88 cents of every dollar is going to a good cause. Chill. Eat. Be merry. Read more about the BBQ Cook Off below.


We'll start the day off with a BBQ Cook Off Competition with United Way of Morgan County. With a small, separate admission fee of $20, you'll get to eat all the barbecue that your innards can hold. You'll feel good on the inside, not only because you've eaten some lip-smacking barbecue, but also because about 88% off all proceeds will go back to the Morgan County community. That's right folks, you can help the local community while helping yourself to some excellent food. Pretty sweet, right? You'll even get the opportunity to vote on your favorite BBQ for the People's Choice Award.

If you're more of the competitive type, you can even enter the competition for a modest $100 entry fee. In addition to the People’s Choice Award, there will be Team Winners selected by a Panel of Judges.  Prize categories and prize dollars will be determined by how many teams are entered and what they plan to cook. 

To participate in the competition, or for more information, contact Rhonda Wingenter at 256-552-1722 or by email at rhonda.wingenter@ipaper.com

Click here to learn more about United Way and their mission.


Roark Phillips of Cuttin' Thru will be doing a live chainsaw carving here at the shop during the day. You wouldn't believe what this man can do with a saw! Come on by and check it out! Be sure to check out his site!

A small sample of Roark's Work


We've got a lot of fun activities lined up for the kiddos throughout the day!

  • Test your marksmanship (safely) in "Tin Can Alley"
  • Give our home-made Skee Ball machine a shot.
  • Face painting
  • Candy & Prizes
  • Quarterback Toss game.
  • Play areas and more!


No tricks folks, just treats! We've got rising star Chris Janson ("Buy me a Boat") taking the stage with special guests Donica Knight and local sensation Brandon Henson. It's a packed show that you don't wanna miss!


Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville country artist Chris Janson was born to entertain crowds. Last year, his breakthrough #1 Platinum single “Buy Me A Boat” was the 7th bestselling country song of the year, although his professional music career began more than 10 years ago. 

The “Holdin’ Her” singer has written multiple top-charting hits including “Truck Yeah” (Tim McGraw), “That's How I'll Always Be” (Tim McGraw), “I Love This Life” (LoCash), and over 25 additional hit songs recorded by a long list of established artists. 

Janson has been nominated for multiple awards and won Country Song of the Year (“Buy Me a Boat”) at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. Janson is currently featured in the Country Music Hall of Fame as part of the ACM Gallery. He plays every instrument on stage, and is best known for his signature harmonica playing.

Additionally, Janson has played the Grand Ole Opry more than 145 times to date, and made numerous television appearances including: The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers, CONAN, The Today Show, ACM Awards and ACCA Awards.





Sun-kissed sweet iced tea, vividly-colored autumn leaves, rowdy and raucous Saturday college football games and the magical warmth of the family-filled holiday season bring to mind images of down-home, small-town charm and laid back, easy living… A place where everybody knows your name and the best things in life are free. With her roots firmly planted in the rich clay of her Alabama hometown, just outside of Montgomery, acclaimed singer-songwriter and entertainer, Donica Knight embodies all of these images: part sassy “tomboy” and sports fanatic, part southern supermodel and sweetheart, and 100% driven, talented and seasoned professional. With the January 2016 release of her brand new EP, the aptly titled Can’t Buy a Southern Girl, Donica is showcasing her unique blend of Southern rock, country, blues and old East Memphis music. [READ MORE]





Born and raised in the small town of Decatur, Alabama, Brandon Henson, early in life never visioned himself as a touring country artist. Growing up as any country boy would, Brandon enjoyed fishing, hunting, riding horses, playing sports, and racing motocross. Through his high school years, Brandon engaged in Football, as his favorite sport where he played Tight End/Wide Reciever, as well as being apart of the Mount Hope High School FFA team.

Upon graduation from high school in 2007, Brandon had no idea what his life and future would hold, as well as not knowing which way to turn for the next chapter. 

Starting at Calhoun Community College the following fall, Brandon studied the Basic Subjects of Business, before becoming a father to his son, Cayden Lane, in 2009. With the duties of juggling being a father, work-life and school, Brandon decided to post-pone his education and enter the industrial workforce full time. Shortly after the decision was made, Brandon welcomed his second child into the world, his daughter, Barkley Rae, whom was born in 2011. As life went about it's ways, Brandon was happy, full of joy and excitement, and loved being a father to his children. [READ MORE]

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Millions of people are victimized by crime every year. Don't be one of them! Safety experts agree that the single most important step to ensuring your personal safety is making a conscious decision to Refuse to be a Victim.

That's why leading experts and the National Rifle Association have developed the Refuse to be a Victim program. This FREE seminar teaches easy-to-understand methods for increasing your situational awareness and will help you develop your own personal safety strategy. 


The Psychology of the Criminal Mind
Home & Phone Security
Automobile & Travel Security
Personal & Technological Security
Self-Defense Devices and Training Options



Herman Davis
256-355-5476 ext 122

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Fredricks Outdoor's Rock the Boat

Rock the Boat 2016

Fredricks Outdoor is excited to announce our very first on-the-water concert event! I mean, it makes sense, right? We do sell boats; we like being on the water... Why not have a concert on the water? Done and done.

Confederate Railroad will be returning to the stage at our Fredricks Outdoor Smith Lake compound to send some slick soundwaves over the water. All you have to do is show up, tie off and have a good time.

Opening for Confederate Railroad will be... well... whoever wins our first ever Battle of the Bands. If you think your band has what it takes, head on over there and sign up! Not only will you get to open for CRR, you'll get $1,000 prize money to share (or fight over... that's up to you guys).


Battle of the Bands

Confederate Railroad & 
B.O.B Winners

Entire Weekend
Lots and lots of fun. Seriously.
For free...


The actual concert is on the water. Come by boat. If you don't have a boat, come buy one. We have lots of them. Our slough is in Devil's Branch on beautiful Lewis Smith Lake in Arley, Alabama. We're including the address as an approximate location to help you navigate to the show.

Fredricks Outdoor Smith Lake
257 County Rd. 3968
Arley, AL 35541



If you've still got questions, that's ok! Just fill out the form and one of our helpful internet people will get back with you to help you out!

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Fredricks Outdoor Battle of the Bands 2016




This summer, Fredricks Outdoor will be hosting our first ever Battle of the Bands in Devil's Branch on Beautiful Smith Lake. The winner will receive $1,000 and the opportunity to open for Confederate Railroad the next day. 


We'll keep this part simple. We like simple. 

  • You apply to participate using the form on this page. Application is not a guarantee for participation.
  • You must completely fill all required fields on the form. 
  • Inability to provide links to music or video samples will disqualify you from participating.
  • Our staff will make the determination whether you may participate. 
  • Once the decision is made, we will let you know via email.
  • You must... 
    • ...have a setlist prepared prior to the event.
    • ...be prepared to provide your own equipment.
    • ...be prepared to roll with the punches and use house PA or other amplification where necessary.
  • You should prepare three songs to play, however, you must consider time constraints and that you may have to shorten your setlist as needed.
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Vortex Demo Event


You, as long as you're interested in a good time (and Vortex Jet Boats).


May 29th, 2016, 12:00PM to 4:00PM. 
(No Appointment Necessary)


Vortex Demos. Free Food. Door Prizes. Drawing for a YETI Cooler.


Fredricks Outdoor Lake House.
You can tap HERE to get directions via Google Maps.


Come on out to our lake house, unwind, have some fun, and try out the all new Vortex jet boats from Chaparral. We'll have free food and drinks for the family and we'll be giving away some sweet apparel and merch too.

Plus, Chaparral is sweetening the deal for any deals closed that day with a FREE extended warranty: FIVE YEAR Component Coverage and TWO YEAR Engine Warranty. Awesome? Yes... yes it is.


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Trace Adkins with Special Guest Aaron Lewis

Fredricks Outdoor is excited to announce our 2016 Spring Concert featuring Trace Adkins, with special guest Aaron Lewis. 

This is going to be a huge event, and you WON'T want miss it! 

Stay tuned as details become available and don't forget to head on over to Facebook to like us, share us, and invite all your friends.


Getting in is easy, come to Fredricks Outdoor in advance of the show and purchase one of our branded t-shirts. That shirt will get you in to this concert, and ALL of our future concerts, for free. We have a big selection of sizes, colors, and designs. There's something for everyone. The best part? Each shirt is only $20. That's right, cheap entertainment for life. Awesome.

For the less adventerous types (wusses), you can pay at the gate. It's still going to cost you $20. And you won't get the awesome shirt. And you'll be sad.

Can't make it to the store? Give us a call and we'll take your order over the phone and ship it to your door (shipping charges apply). 


For this very special event, we will be offering a limited number of VIP passes to this event. VIP Access will include:

  • VIP Parking Area.
  • Exclusive VIP Lounge:
    • Beat the lines with access to VIP-Only Bar
    • Unlimited Chips and Salsa in Lounge
  • VIP Viewing area at Front of Stage.
  • Gift Package (with VIP-only t-shirt and more).

VIP Access costs $125 per person. You can purchase your VIP packages online! Just select your shirt size(s) for each package and add them to your cart!

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As always, the trusty Snak Shak will be open for all your food and beverage needs. We'll have beer too, which I'm sure you're excited about. We are too.

Outside food and beverages are strictly prohibited. Violators will be hurled into space, as is tradition.


Trace Adkins’ trademark baritone has powered countless hits to the top of the charts and sold over 10 million albums, cumulatively. His hit list includes “You're Gonna Miss This,” “Ladies Love Country Boys,” “Songs About Me,” “Every Light In The House,” “Hillbilly Bone (Blake Shelton & Trace Adkins),” and “Just Fishin’,” to name a few. The Grammy-nominated member of the Grand Ole Opry is a TV personality, actor, author, spokesman for the Wounded Warrior Program and the American Red Cross, for whom he raised over $1.5 million dollars as winner of NBC’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. In recent years, Adkins has performed 10 USO Tours.

In his 2007 autobiography, A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Freethinking Roughneck, the former oil-rigger recounted his rise to fame, brushes with death, and battles with personal demons. Trace has played a tough as nails biker in The Lincoln Lawyer (starring Matthew McConaughey), and a wise oracle of a tattoo artist in the family-friendly film Moms' Night Out (starring Patricia Heaton, Sean Astin, Sarah Drew). He also developed and hosted GAC’s “Great American Heroes” honoring every-day heroes.


   "Life is circular. Country just came back to me. It's like the acoustic thing. I did that before the band [Staind]. This is full circle because this was the first music I was ever exposed to as a child."    -- AARON LEWIS

"Life is circular. Country just came back to me. It's like the acoustic thing. I did that before the band [Staind]. This is full circle because this was the first music I was ever exposed to as a child." --AARON LEWIS

If you want to get to know AARON LEWIS, just listen to The Road. On his first full-length album, the Grammy Award-nominated, multi-platinum singer, songwriter, and guitarist tells one story after another. Echoing traditional country, some of those tales are hilarious and heartwarming, while others are pensive and personal. Nevertheless, they're all equally powerful, vibrant, and unforgettable.  For Lewis, The Road continues to wind and surprise like it always has.

In 2011, the Staind frontman formally arrived in the country world with the release of his debut EP, Town Line. Highlighted by the success of gold-selling single "Country Boy" featuring the legendary George Jones and Charlie Daniels, the seven-song EP reached #1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and #7 on the Billboard Top 200 upon release. Critical praise followed: PEOPLE’s Chuck Arnold said, "He proves to be a natural on nostalgic ballads like 'The Story Never Ends,’ (3/14/11)," while the ASSOCIATED PRESS’ Michael McCall wrote, “He injects a flavor of his own into a polished, commercial country sound in a way that could win over country fans who've never heard of Staind (2/28/11).”

Lewis also received two Academy of Country Music nominations for "Vocal Event of the Year" for "Country Boy" (for his work as artist and as co-producer) as well as two CMT nominations--one for "USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year" and another for "Collaborative Video of the Year."  Simultaneously, the music video for the single stirred similar fan fervor, surpassing 12 million views on YouTube and 3 million on CMT.com. After a whirlwind year, Lewis began working on what would become The Road in the fall of 2011.

In many ways, The Road brings things full circle for Lewis. In Staind, he has made an indelible mark on hard rock. The group has sold 13 million albums worldwide, yielding four consecutive top 3 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 as well as numerous radio hits. Their single "It's Been Awhile" also remains the most-played rock song of the decade. Still, this new chapter proves cyclical for Lewis, actually bringing him back to the first style of music he'd heard: country music.

Now, he's carrying on a tradition of storytelling and songwriting himself. "I'm really hoping the songs speak for themselves," he concludes. "I hope people hear the record and realize that this is all me. There's nothing more to say. I'm just writing songs like I have been for my whole career."

That's all he really has to do. For Aaron Lewis, The Road looks brighter than ever.

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Fredricks Outdoor Halloween Festival 2015

We're very excited to announce our 2015 Fall Event! This year, it's all going down on the spookiest of all holidays: Halloween! 

Join us for an action packed day of fun, food, and music for the whole family with, Mustang Sally, Kevin Sport, Judge Talford and the legendary Shenandoah!


Start End Event
2:00P 6:00P Halloween Festival
2:00P 4:00P Local Talent
4:30P 5:45P Judge Talford Band
6:15P 7:45P Mustang Sally
8:00P 8:45P Kevin Sport
9:15P Close Shenandoah


  • Wearing Fredricks Apparel? FREE
  • Wearing a FULL Costume? FREE
  • Fredricks Outdoor T-Shirts can be purchased at our retail store for $20.
  • If you're not the adventurous type, you can pay $20 per person at the gate.
  • Kids 10 and under are free.


Shenandoah's #1 Single Church on Cumberland Road

When country music lovers talk about the greatest groups in the genre, Shenandoah is always at the forefront of any discussion. Fueled by Marty Raybon’s distinctive vocals and the band’s skilled musicianship, Shenandoah became well known for delivering such hits as “Two Dozen Roses”, “Church on Cumberland Road” and “Next to You, Next to Me” as well as such achingly beautiful classics as “I Want to be Loved Like That” and the Grammy winning “Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart” duet with Alison Krauss.

Today that legacy continues as original members Raybon and Mike McGuire reunite to launch a new chapter in Shenandoah’s storied career. It all began when the guys got back together to perform a benefit concert for a friend battling cancer. “We saw how folks reacted,” Raybon says of the response to their reunion. “And then Jerry Phillips, son of legendary Sun Records producer Sam Phillips, said ‘You guys need to make a run at this. People still love what you do. You can tell by the reaction. There’s a lot of excitement in the air.’” [read more here].

We are very excited to welcome back the unbeatable energy that is Mustang Sally!

When you attend a Mustang Sally show, you are transported away from everyday life and into the world that Mustang Sally inhabits: a world where dancing on the bar is encouraged, and spontaneity is king. People are transformed from spectators into participants through interactive songs both edgy and poignant. Mustang Sally has performed alongside high profile names such as Montgomery Gentry, Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich, and Blake Shelton, in addition to being demanded worldwide as fair and festival headliners, receiving a standing ovation at the Kickin' up Kountry Festival in Thief River Falls, MN, and playing to sold out crowds at the Havelock Country Jamboree in Havelock, Ontario. 

They routinely perform over 200 dates a year, and have toured the U.S. from coast to coast, as well as Europe and Asia. The ladies have also been featured in Country Weekly Magazine and gave the magazine staff a private concert. “We enjoyed the hell out of the girls,” were the words of Larry Holden, Editor in Chief of Country Weekly. “What great gals—to go along with amazing vocals, outstanding lyrics and one of the tightest bands on the planet.” While the music of Mustang Sally appeals to all ages and walks of life, the girls take particular pride in writing songs that “tell it like it is” for women. 

Mustang Sally's dedication to their fans can be seen at every show; post-show autograph lines often look more like family reunions as the ladies joke and catch up with returning audience members.

Lead singer Tobi Lee puts it best: “We have the best job in the world, and without our fans, we wouldn’t work!”

Kevin Sport grew up in the small town of Greenville, Al and started singing and performing when he was in grammar school. His love for music and entertaining lead him to Nashville, TN where he worked as a songwriter and demo singer for two different publishing companies. Kevin experienced performing not only in Nashville but New York City and was on his way to seeing where his dream would take him. As life unfolded Kevin’s first attempt at chasing his dream didn’t turn out like he’d hoped. The stresses of life took a toll and he quit. He threw his guitar under the bed, stopped singing, and stopped writing and pursued another path. What Kevin realized later is at the heart of what he’s doing now. As life moved forward many events lead Kevin right back to the dream that was put in his heart from the beginning. Only this time, he wasn’t turning back. He was going to see it through because he was seeing it through a different set of eyes. Being in the right place is not a destination, it is a journey. It’s all about doing what was put in your heart to do in order to be a part of a bigger story as well as making the world around you better. Kevin is doing this through music and entertainment, and just like you, he’s seeing where his journey will take him.

Kevin's performance of Simple Man at the Spirit of Liberty.

Kevin wanted to produce a brand with this simple message. “The Right Place with Kevin Sport” has on guest who share their talent and/or story in a way that connects. The conversations and moments they share engage the viewer to think about themselves and the people in their life. Through our musical guest or special guest, or live performance, our passion is to not only to leave people entertained but
touched, inspired, and encouraged….Because, “When you are following your Dream, Your God given Dream, You are Always in The Right Place”.

See Kevin on RFDtv every Saturday at 4:00pm on his hit show, The Right Place with Kevin Sport. 

JUDGE TALFORD Progressive Americana Music

"Don't Stop Believin"

Every once in a while, a group of musicians will come together and the chemistry will just fall into place. Such is the case with this band from Bell Buckle, TN, Judge Talford Band (JTB). It is the collective goal of the band to make good music that they enjoy playing and that people enjoy listening to. The band takes the listener on a musical journey through time without leaving one’s seat. This is done with instruments that are traditionally considered bluegrass instruments, rich vocal harmonies with influences that span multiple genres, and an entertaining stage show. They have already received favorable reviews from the most important people in the industry, the audience.

The musical style of JTB is a product of the guys’ varied musical influences. With influences including Alabama, Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski, James Taylor, Delbert McClinton, Dr. John, Jimmy Buffett, Dire Straits, George Strait and The Eagles, it’s no wonder that this band sounds so much different than most traditional bluegrass bands. Although the band does perform several crossover songs, they should not be mistaken for a cover band. Each song is treated to the band’s ecclectic musical interpretation. They have a way of taking any song and making it their own. They also perform several originals written by members of the band, as well as others.

JTB has appeared on several nationally televised shows. The first, “Song of the Mountain,” is viewed in over 190 markets nationwide on the PBS network of stations. Another notable television appearance was on the “Shotgun Red” television show, which is seen on RFD Television. In 2010, the band opened the SPBGMA Awards show. The band was also selected as showcase alternates at the NACA (National Association for Campus Activities) convention. This is voted on and awarded by a panel of college students. 2013 marks the band’s first appearance at Dollywood’s Celebrity Theater, 2014 at Silver Dollar City and Eddie’s Attic and the band released a new album in June 2014.

Judge Talford Band is a perfect fit for your next event. Whether it is a Fair, music festival, corporate function, college or university function, music hall, theater, church, cruise ship or private party, JTB will tailor their stage show to meet your specific needs. Visit www.judgetalfordband.com for more information on JTB. Also, be sure to visit their website (www.judgetalford.com), Facebook and YouTube pages.

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Fredricks Outdoor 2015 Spring Concert: 38 Special & Confederate Railroad

Come on out to Fredricks Outdoor and party with us, 38 Special and Confederate Railroad. As usual, it's going to be a full night of fun, music, food, and cold beer. However, this time around, we've got a surprise for you: Free Admission for all people wearing Fredricks Outdoor Apparel. Keep reading!

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Fredricks Outdoor Fall Concert 2014


Fredricks Outdoor is excited to announce our 2014 Fall Concert featuring Grammy Award Winners Kentucky Headhunters and Marty Stuart, along with up-and-comer Logan Brill! As always, we will have a blast and we want you to come join in on the fun.


This is what all you anglers have been waiting for. We'll be starting the day off right with our Fredricks Outdoor Tournament Trail Finale on Wheeler Lake. See the Tournament Trail page for more info.


All you late risers out there need not worry. The music begins in the evening around 5pm and will continue until... well... whenever we're done partying. 

Event Schedule

12:00PM  Concessions Open
05:30PM  Logan Brill
07:15PM  Kentucky Headhunters
08:30PM  Marty Stuart

Admission & Parking

Admission will be $5.00 per person, paid at the gate; children 10 and under are free. There is no additional charge for parking. 

You will be required to show photo ID at the gate to receive a wrist band for consuming alcohol. Law enforcement will be on premises, providing and watching for wrist bands.


The Snak Shak will be open from noon until the end of the last song, so feel free to stop in early before the show, get your grub on, and make a nice bed for all that beer to lay in.

Beer will be served at the Snak Shak. We'll have a full range of product available, even some $2.00 beer! If that ain't awesome, we don't know what is. 

There will be no outside food or beverages allowed on the premises. 

Marty Stuart

If you were to give country music an address, you might say it's at the corner of sacred and profane, two doors up from the blues and folk, and just across the street from gospel, R&B and rock 'n' roll. And on a deeper emotional and spiritual level, it resides where Saturday night meets Sunday morning. No one understands these coordinates better than Marty Stuart. For over forty years, the five-time Grammy winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, photographer and historian has been building a rich legacy at this very crossroads.

The Kentucky Headhunters

The Kentucky Headhunters created a hybrid of honky tonk, blues, and Southern rock that appealed to fans of both rock and country music. The origins of the Kentucky Headhunters lie in 1968, when Fred and Richard Young began playing together with their cousins Greg Martin and Anthony Kenney at the Youngs' grandmother's house. Mark Orr also later joined them. The first incarnation of the band was called the Itchy Brothers, and the group played together informally for over a decade. After about 13 years, the bandmembers began launching separate careers: Richard Young went off to write songs for Acuff-Rose, while Fred Young began touring with country beauty Sylvia. Martin became a member of Ronnie McDowell's band, while Kenney dropped out of music. In 1985, Martin decided to reassemble the Itchy Brothers. When Kenney declined to rejoin the group, Martin remembered Doug Phelps, whom he had met while on tour with McDowell. Phelps joined the new project, which was named the Kentucky Headhunters. Besides Martin and Phelps, the band also included the Young brothers and Doug's brother Ricky Lee Phelps. 

The Headhunters started playing twice monthly on the Chitlin' Show, a radio program on WLOC Munfordville, Kentucky. From these 90-minute performances, the Headhunters built up a following. They sent an eight-song demo to Mercury, and soon after, the label signed the group. The original demo tape was remixed, and became the basis of the band's first album, 1989's Pickin' on Nashville, which received overwhelmingly positive reviews upon its release and quickly became a hit. "Dumas Walker" reached number 15 in the spring of 1990, followed by the group's biggest hit, the number six "Oh, Lonesome Me." In 1991, the Headhunters released their second effort, Electric Barnyard. The album received mixed reviews, couldn't muster a single, and sold weakly. In summer 1992, the Phelps brothers left the group to form Brothers Phelps, a more traditional country group. The remaining Headhunters brought ex-Itchy Brothers Anthony Kenney and Mark Orr to the group, and the rehashed lineup released Rave On! in 1993. The album marked a progression toward bluesy Southern rock, which came to fruition with That'll Work later that same year. In 1996, Doug returned on lead vocals, and a year later, the band issued Stompin' Grounds. Songs from the Grass String Ranch followed in 2000, and Soul appeared in spring 2003. Big Boss Man was released in 2005 and Flying Under the Radar in 2006, both from CBUJ Entertainment. Dixie Lullabies, the group's 12th album, and their first studio recording of new original material since 2003, appeared from Red Dirt Records in 2011. ~ Johnny Loftus, Rovi


Brill sings what she knows. She does it well. The Nashville resident’s stunning debut braces earthy (“Tricks of the Trade”) and ethereal narratives (“Fall Off the Face of the Earth”) with storytelling as sharp as a seasoned artist. Equal measures edge (“Seven Year Rain”) and energy (“Month of Bad Habits”) back lyrical elegance throughout. Her sincerity shines. “Logan’s is not just a pretty voice,” says Mando Saenz, Brill’s Carnival Records label mate and occasional co-writing partner. “She has a very honest voice that touches people when they hear it.”

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