The city of Beaumont, Texas contributed to the 90's and country music probably more than any other city in America.

Most country fans have no idea that it was Beaumont, that for all intents and purposes, gave us one of country's biggest stars long before the 90's.  Because if it wasn't for a Beaumont radio station allowing a rising star from Vidor, Texas to sing for them, we would have never known George Jones.

But it was the 90's, a golden era in country music, and Beaumont night clubs were producing some of Nashville's biggest names faster than you can hang up the phone on a telemarketer.  From that single city we got the likes of Clay Walker, Tracy Byrd and Mark Chesnutt!

And Mark Chesnutt took the country world by storm with hits like "Too Cold at Home", "Bubba Shot the Jukebox", "Goin' Through the Big D", "Brother Jukebox", "Almost Goodbye", "I Don't Want to Miss A Thing" and the list goes on and on.

And this Friday night, July 13, Mark Chesnutt is going to turn back the clock to the 90's with all those huge songs as he hits The Stage at Silverstar!

Course you've got to be at least 21 to enter, but for those of us who were around to experience first hand the country music of the 90's this will be an awesome walk down memory lane!  Doors will open at 7:00 pm and the show starts at 8:00 pm.

Get your tickets while they last at TheStageBossier.com or you can buy them at Silver Star Smokehouse.

And of course, listen to Gary and Bristol's "Ticket Trivia" each morning this week at 7:15 for your chance to win FREE tickets!