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Shenandoah Opens for Garth Brooks At Sprint Center in Kansas City

Legendary Country Group Performs at Sold Out Show with More than 20,000 in Attendance

Shenandoah Garth Brooks Cole Johnstone

Photo ID Left to Right: Marty Raybon, Garth Brooks, Mike McGuire, Trisha Yearwood Photo credit: Cole Johnstone / Johnstone Entertainment _____________________________________________________________

This past weekend, legendary country group Shenandoah performed for more than 20,000 as they opened for Garth Brooks at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. Saturday night's (May 13) sold out show was a stop on Brooks' World Tour, which also features his wife, Trisha Yearwood. "There are only two places that I have felt a nervous rush of exciting energy before a show," notes Shenandoah lead singer Marty Raybon. "One is the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, two is and was the other night before we walked out on stage in Kansas City before thousands of Garth-O-Exciteamax. WOW!! What a time!! Still on a high!! Garth Brooks is an entertainer's entertainer! You can quote me on that!" Shenandoah's Mike McGuire adds, "Last time we worked with Garth was at the 'Peach Festival' in Gaffney, SC when he opened up for us 20 years ago. My, my how things have changed! I know one thing for sure… he hasn't changed. He's still just as considerate and humble as he was all those years ago and we can't thank him enough for allowing Shenandoah to be a part of his huge World Tour. We are truly floored and honored!" The concert was Brooks' 7th sold out show at the Sprint Center. To cap off the weekend, on Sunday night's edition of NBC's The Voice, Lauren Duski from Team Blake performed Shenandoah's hit song "Ghost In This House." "Lauren absolutely sang the stew out of that song," raves Raybon. "It was incredible." Watch the full performance HERE. Shenandoah fans will have the opportunity to see the GRAMMY® Awarding-winning group perform live on its 30th Anniversary tour throughout the remainder of the year. Shenandoah 30th Anniversary Tour Dates: May 18 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium (Grand Ole Opry) May 25 - Tuolumne, CA - Black Oak Casino May 26 - Tuolumne, CA - Black Oak Casino June 1 - Salem, AR - North Arkansas Electric Coop June 3 - Syria, VA - Graves Mountain Festival of Music June 8 - Nashville, TN - UMG Bud Dome June 10 - Emmetsburg, IA - Wild Rose Casino June 11 - Nashville, TN - CMA Music Fest (Forever Country Stage) June 23 - Tuscumbia, AL - Helen Keller Festival June 24 - Calhoun, GA - Gem Theater June 29 - San Antonio, TX - Thirsty Horse Saloon June 30 - Rockwall, TX - Southern Junction July 1 - Manson, WA - Mill Bay Casino July 3 - Campbellsville, KY - 4th of July Celebration July 7 - Fort Worth, TX - Billy Bob's July 15 - Alamosa, CO - Rio Grande Scenic Railroad July 16 - Alamosa, CO - Rio Grande Scenic Railroad July 20 - Clayton, NY - Clayton Opera House July 21 - Elk River, MN - Sherburne County Fair July 22 - Glencoe, MN - Heat In the Street Festival July 28 - Florence, SC - Francis Marion University PAC July 29 - Rural Retreat, VA - Heritage Days Aug 4 - Schlenburg, TX - Schulenburg Festival Aug 11- Franklin, NC - Smoky Mountain PAC Aug 18 - Rainsville, AL - Music On the Mountain NACC Aug 26 - Newkirk, OK - Southwind Casino Aug 27 - Nashville, TN - Sam's Club Sept 8 - Denton, NC - Denton Farm Park Sept 9 - Appomattox, VA - Appomattox High School Auditorium Sept 21 - Corpus Christi, TX - Big Brothers Big Sisters Fundraiser Sept 29 - Abilene, TX - Abilene Civic Center Sept 30 - Hempstead, TX - Waller County Fair Oct 6 - Barbourville, KY - Daniel Boone Festival Oct 20 - Franklinton, LA - Washington Paris Fair Oct 21 - George West, TX - Live Oak County Coliseum


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