Sawyer Brown performed Friday night at 7:30 on the main stage.
The world of Sawyer Brown is filled with dirt roads, small towns, little thrills, tiny moments, and intimate connections. Somebody once said, "If you can't have fun at a Sawyer Brown show, you can't have fun."
After 23 years, 3500+ shows, gold and platinum albums, a smattering of awards and more long odds than any act you can think of, Sawyer Brown remains a band you can count on. They amassed a string of hits that includes "Some Girls Do," "The Dirt Road," "Thank God For You," "All These Years," "The Boys & Me," and "The Walk" among many others.
The band was playing, 5 sets a night anywhere they could, until 'Star Search' happened. They auditioned solely to get the videotape to send to prospective buyers, but then went on to win the whole thing - becoming the original "American Idols" in the process.
With the longest uninterrupted run as a band currently in county music, Sawyer Brown's songs are an integral thread in the fabric of radio over the past 20 years.