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Confederate Railroad to play Cahoot's March 24

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Multi-platinum country rock group Confederate Railroad is set to perform at Cahoot's Dance Hall & Honkytonk on Friday, March 24.

Doors open at 6 p.m. with opening act, George Shingleton, taking the stage at 7:30 p.m.

The main attraction, Confederate Railroad, is responsible for hits "Trashy Women," "Queen of Memphis," "Jesus and Mama," "Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind" and more.

General admission and "Meet & Greet" tickets are on sale now through Presale general admission is $15 per ticket. Meet & Greet tickets are $20.

Folks can also purchase tickets directly during Cahoot's operating hours, Thursday through Saturday evening. Tickets will be available at the door the night of the show for $20.

Cahoot's is located at 427 South College Street in Lebanon.

"We are very excited to have Confederate Railroad in concert," said Jonathan Manning, who owns Cahoot's with partners, Kyle Shedron and Bill Miller. "I'm a huge country music fan."

When the guys took ownership of the club, formerly Silverado's, in October 2015 they shared a common vision.

"We wanted to freshen it up and make it a fun atmosphere," he said. "We have line-dancing. We play everything from 70s and 80s music, classic country, current country to Bruno Mars. Even people who don't drink have fun at Cahoot's."

They hired a professional DJ and set their sights on offering big-name concerts in the intimate venue, which can hold 500 people.

In the past two years Cahoot's has hosted some of country's finest: Joe Diffie, Daryle Singletary, Little Texas, Andy Griggs and Jesse Keith Whitley.

"We never dreamed we'd have acts like Joe Diffie," he continued. "There's nothing like us around here. You aren't going to go anywhere else and pay $15 and be that close to these performers."

During concerts, the dancefloor is wide open. Manning noted that sometimes acts have so much fun they will play up to two-and-a-half-hour-long shows.

Tom's Blue Moon Barbecue will cater the Confederate Railroad Show. Manning said event-goers should "come hungry."

For more information, call (615) 470-8112, or to buy tickets visit

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