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BILLY DEAN TO CELEBRATE 50th BIRTHDAY AT HOME, KICKING OFF 'DEAN ACRES' FARM CONCERT SERIES
(Photo Caption: Billy and Stephanie Dean at 'Dean Acres' Farm)
Dean Launches ‘Live From Our Living Room’ Concert Series on March 31
Nashville, Tenn. (February XX, 2012) – Today, GRAMMY Award-winning country music star Billy Dean announced the official kickoff date for his at-home “Live From Our Living Room” concert series. On March 31, in celebration of his 50th birthday, the country star launches the first official live date of the on-going series that will take place at his farm, ‘Dean Acres’ located just outside of Nashville in Liberty, TN.
“When I said the ‘Dean Acres’ concert events were going to be a barnburner, I didn’t mean it literally,” says Dean. “Despite the loss of our onsite barn and guesthouse, we’re going to kick this thing off at the end of March. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate my 50th birthday.”
This past holiday season while Dean was touring with Kenny Rogers, the ‘Dean Acres’ barn (which would have doubled as a guesthouse for concertgoers) burned to the ground. The barn was a total loss with Dean losing thousands of dollars in farm equipment in addition to career memorabilia from his early years as a recording artist.
Ticket holders for the “Live From Our Living Room” concerts will be welcomed to Dean’s family farm where they will be served a hot country-style meal and treated to live acoustic performances by the country music star and special guests. Tickets for the event are on-sale now through Dean’s website, www.billydean.com.
Additional “Live From Our Living Room” concert dates will be announced on Dean’s website in the coming weeks.
Billy Dean is an American country music artist who, to date, has snagged thirteen Top 10 hits and holds four RIAA-certified Gold studio albums. Dean’s biggest hits include “Only Here For A Little While,” “Somewhere In My Broken Heart,” “Billy The Kid” and “Let Them Be Little.” Dean also sang harmony (along with Alison Krauss) on Kenny Rogers’ number one hit, “Buy Me A Rose.”
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