2021 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam Lineup Announced
One month after the rescheduled 2020 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam broke attendance records, organizers have announced the exciting full lineup for the 9th Annual Country On The Coast Festival, September 3-5, 2021 in Panama City Beach, Florida. Joining headliners Chris Stapleton, Brooks & Dunn and Old Dominion at Frank Brown Park will be some of the hottest artists on the charts, classic fan favorites and new names sure to delight over the three days. Gary Allan, Randy Rogers Band, Tyler Rich, Ryan Griffin, Tigirlily, Tom Yankton and Presley & Taylor are scheduled to hit the stage on opening night, Friday, September 3. Saturday will see Chris Janson, Frankie Ballard, Darryl Worley, Steve Moakler, Lily Rose and Nate Barnes. Closing out on Sunday will be Scotty McCreery, Tracy Lawrence, Elvie Shane and many more. All passes are available at www.GulfCoastJam.com.
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The story behind Gary Allan’s legendary Bronco logo
Gary Allan’s legendary logo, a bucking skeleton bronco with its skeleton rider, is almost as legendary as the singer. It has been on every album and piece of merchandise almost as long as he has sold merchandise. Now it graces many pieces of jewelry that Allan makes as well. The bronco has been around long before the singer had a record deal. According to Allan, in a video on the jewelry section of his website, it was originally cut out of piece of window tint and stuck on his acoustic guitar. It lasted for years but one day the singer peeled it off and much to his surprise, it had a skeleton vibe to it. Allan decided he wanted to use that look for his logo. Allan to a tattoo artist, Miss Christine of Huntington Beach Tattoo. He told her what he wanted and started describing the logo to her. “She was drawing while I was talking about the logo and when I finished she just turned it around and said, “Like that?’ I said, “Exactly like that, can I buy that from you?’ And we did and that is the story of the legendary bronco logo.” Read the full story HERE.
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