Josh Turner: King Size Manger Tour
December 8, 2022 | 7:30 PM
Country music artist Josh Turner will make a stop on his KING SIZE MANGER TOUR at The Fisher Center at Belmont University on Thursday, December 8. Turner will perform songs from his first Christmas album, “King Size Manger,” a collection of new and traditional holiday songs and hymns, as well as his classic country hits you know and love like “Your Man,” “Would You Go With Me” and “Hometown Girl.” Tickets start at $45.50.
Opening support will be The Band Trippp, a trio of 21-year-old triplet brothers – Treyson, JD, and Chaz Stafford – from Jonesboro, Arkansas. Their unique country sound includes a touch of Memphis blues, Kentucky bluegrass, and Southern rock combined with killer family harmony. They are now based in Nashville where JD (lead vocals/drums) is a student at Belmont University majoring in Songwriting, Treyson (bass) is majoring in Biblical Studies at Belmont, and Chaz (guitar) works for Gibson Guitars. They are the 2021 Arkansas Country Music Awards “Young Artists of the Year,” have been voted “Best Local Band” in Northeast Arkansas five times, and won a 2021 worldwide Fender guitar contest recognizing up-and-coming artists. They’ve played more than 200 shows throughout the Southeast, have raised more than $13,000 for Make-A-Wish and other charities, and have been an opening act for artists such as Riley Green, The Josh Abbott Band, The Kentucky Headhunters, and Matt Stell. Their 2020 debut EP and subsequent singles have all been produced by fellow Arkansan Jon Conley, a guitar player for Kenny Chesney.