The Doug Stone concert at Park Theater has been postponed.
“Doug Stone has pneumonia,” said Park Theater manager Kevin Roberts. “We wish him well and a quick recovery. The concert will be rescheduled.”
Ballads of the ’90s, as the concert was called, was scheduled for Friday, May 20. It also featured Terry McBride. Both had hits in the 1990s. Stone’s first No. 1 hit was “In a Different Light” and McBride’s was “Sacred Ground.”
Park Theater enthusiasts are out of luck for May. Next in the Park’s lineup is Ronnie Milsap with special guest Lee Newton. Tickets for the May 28 performance are not available, as the duo will be performing to a packed house. Tickets sold out days ago.
The next concert in 2022 will be Keith Anderson on Friday, Oct. 14.
Anderson’s debut CD “Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll” was certified gold and garnered two Top 10 hits (accompanied by two No. 1 music videos), “Pickin’ Wildflowers,” and “Every Time I Hear Your Name,” along with two Top 30 hits “XXL” and “Podunk.” This success prompted music trades Billboard and Radio & Records to name him country music’s No. 1 New Male Artist of 2005 and the top new solo country artist of the year.
Keith Anderson “live in concerts” tickets are now on sale. Premium reserved seating is $35, main floor reserved is $30 and balcony reserved is $25.