Get ready to hit the town! American country music star Jerrod Neimann will be making a stop in Fort Wayne as part of his winter North American tour. Neimmann will be live in concert Saturday, March 3 at Fort Wayne's own Neon Armadillo country music club on the north side of the city.
Neimann who is known for his lead single "Lover, Lover" is not the typical country artist. That song alone showcases nine vocal parts, all recorded by Neimann. According to Neimann, he first heard the original version of that song way back in 1993, as performed by the rock band Sonia Dada.
Other notable tracks from this Kansas-born singer include “They Should Have Named You Cocaine," "What Do You Want" and "One More Drinkin' Song." Hear these, and many other hits from Neimann's most recent album "Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury," live in concert.
Tickets are only $15 in advance and can be purchased online. The show is sponsored in part by Fort Wayne's own country music station K105. The Neon Armadillo is located at 6040 Lima Rd. Call 260.490.5060 with questions or go ahead and buy tickets now.
For more information on this country music sensation find Jerrod online.
Previously a reporter at daily newspapers in Indiana and Ohio, Holly Hammersmith now works as a full-time freelance writer and editor. In her spare time, Holly can be found running or practicing yoga. She also enjoys visiting local coffee shops and day tripping. Find Holly on Twitter @HFHammers and at http://hollyhammersmith.com.