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Confederate Railroad to play Park
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The Park Theater stage is the place to catch Confederate Railroad this Friday night.

Confederate Railroad will be chugging into the Park Theater station this Friday night, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. Tickets are currently on sale for $30.
Confederate Railroad is known for its high-energy combination of honky-tonk rockers, sensitive ballads, and offbeat humor. The group has created a unique identity that has brought chart success, multi-platinum sales, and continued popularity. 
After selling nearly 5 million albums, the Confederate Railroad formula has been proven to work. The band has songs like “Queen of Memphis,” “Trashy Women,” “Jesus and Mama,” and “Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind.” These songs became hits and established Confederate Railroad as a key part of the country music landscape in the 1990s.
The accolades kicked off with the Academy of Country Music’s Best New Group award in 1993 and have included a Grammy nomination, and a host of nominations from the Country Music Association, and the British Country Music Foundation.