Jordan Davis Comes Home Friday Night to The Stage at Silverstar
I kind of feel as though I have a vested interest in former Shreveporter, Jordan Davis. See, I've been friends with his family for decades.
In fact, his Uncle Stan Paul Davis (co-writer of Tracy Lawrence's "Today's Lonely Fool" and "Better Man, Better Off") and I used to fish together and I went to church at Rose Park Baptist with Jordan and his entire family. I mean, he's a local boy, so lots of us have a story or two, and since he departed for Nashville, he's made a huge impact on country music and now he's coming home for the weekend.
Saturday night, he'll serve as Grand Marshal of the Krewe of Centaur Mardi Gras Parade, but Friday night, you'll be able to see just what all the "Jordan Davis" buzz is all about! That's when he'll hit The Stage at Silverstar!
In all truthfulness, there's only one thing he does better than record incredible singles, and that's singing them live in front of country music fans!
David Alvis, owner of The Stage, says "we're super excited that Jordan is finally coming home to do a show."
Concert goers will need to be at least 21 years of age. To get advance tickets for only $20, go to TheStageBossier.com or go to Silverstar Smokehouse near the intersection of I-20 and I-220 in Bossier City
And don't forget to listen to Gary and Bristol every morning this week at 7:15 for the Ticket Trivia question and your chance to score free tickets for Friday night's concert!