|The Legacy of the Plains
Museum has announced an August 29th concert
featuring legendary country music singer and
songwriter Marty Stuart. The concert will be held to
benefit the capital projects at the new museum.
Concert Committee Chair Barb Martinson says Stuart
will perform at the Five Rocks Amphitheater in
Gering along with a yet to be announced opening act.
Stuart is known for his eclectic merging of
rockabilly, honky tonk, and traditional country
music. In the early 1990s, he had a successful
string of country hits including "Tempted",
"Hillbilly Rock", "Cry, Cry,Cry". "Western Girls"
and "The Whiskey Ain't Working." Stuart currently
has a successful half hour show on cable channel
The museum plans to begin selling tickets in
mid-February, just in time for giving on Valentine's
Day. Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for children
age six through 12, and those 5 and under will be
free. The concert is sponsored by Westco, 21st
Century Equipment and Regional West Medical Center.
Fremont Motors is paying for the cost of the sound
and light system used that night