Country at the Wild Horse

by DGO Web Administrator

Looking for some locally-grown live music this weekend? The Wild Horse Saloon, 601 East Second Ave., is the place to be Saturday night when country/Americana singer-songwriter Tyller Gummersall celebrates the release of his fourth album, “Long Ride Home,” produced by Grammy winner Lloyd Maines.

Joining Gummersall on stage will be will be Ted Hockenbury (steel), Jim Jacobs (drums), Dan Hancock (bass) and Hannah Howard (fiddle).

And when they’re done playing, Gummersall will sit in with Wild Country then will sign CDs, with other merchandise items available to buy as well.

The party will start at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Cover is $5 for 21 and older; 10 bucks for those age 18 to 20.

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