This show is for 15+ w/ parent or guardian, or 18+ otherwise. Full bar is available to those 21+ with valid ID.
Tickets are $7, and can be bought at JeromeTickets.com, or at Diamondz. On day of show, they're $12. You can also get a reserved seat for $15.
--- Blind Joe ---
Blind Joe: North Dakota's Outlaw Country Rebel
Coming from nowhere to being one of the most successful solo musicians in the Minnesota/North Dakota area was not what he expected. Nevertheless, in just a few short years, Joe has shared the stage with numerous top local and regional acts, as well as national recording artists such as David Allan Coe, Craig Morgan, John Anderson, James Otto, Buddy Guy, Bret Michaels of Poison, Collin Ray,and many more.
With his quick witted sense of humor, original country music, and energetic stage presence, Blind Joe is tapping his way quickly into the hearts and minds of people all over the United States. And in case you're wondering, YES, he's really blind :)
--- Eric May ---
Growing up around music was an essential part to who Eric May is now. Eric participated in music throughout school, involved in choir, band and orchestra. He started to play the Trumpet in middle school and his mother was his teacher in 8th grade band so he had to work extra hard to impress the teacher! He competed in many competitions and won numerous awards for his playing, even received a scholarship to New Mexico State University.
Eric started playing small solo acoustic shows and decided it was time to form his own band. After only two rehearsals in the living room, The Center Lane Band went to Casper, WY for Battle of the Bands and won! The bookings started coming in and the band had a steady workload, playing country and rock music all over Wyoming and South Dakota.
-- Ron Wallis ---
Ron has opened up for Ty Herndon, Jack Russell, and other big names, and performed with his country band The Fugitives several times at Diamondz.