Randy Lanham's fiddle is tuned.  Jeff "Wildman" Hardesty has his guitar in hand.  Barry Lanham has his cloggin' shoes on and the Foot Stompin Express Dance Troupe is ready to take the stage.  The Lanham Brothers Jamboree returns to Diamond Lake's GOOD TIME Theatre on Saturday, April 14th and Jaclyn and I are headlining the first show of the season.  And, we're very excited that Jaclyn is going to be singing, for the first time ever with a full band, our song "Jacksonville."  And we have a sneak preview of the song for you right here at WBKR.com!  Take a listen . . .

DJ Potter (my songwriting buddy) and I wrote this song a couple of years ago, but Jaclyn has never had the chance to sing it live with a full band.  So, we're really excited that she gets to "debut" the song at the Lanham Brothers Jamboree and have Randy Lanham's fiddle on that track.  It is going to sound AMAZING.  I've waited two years to hear this song truly come to life and we get to in a couple of weeks.

Tickets for the Jamboree are $10 for adults.  Kids ages 6-12 get in for $5.  Youngsters 5 and under get in for FREE.  Tickets are available at LanhamBrothers.net or at the door the day of the show.  Group rates are also available for groups of 15 and more and you can call 270-314-4331 for more details.

Diamond Lake's GOOD TIME Theatre is located at 7301 Hobbs Road in Owensboro.  Phone 270-229-4900 or you can visit Diamond Lake on the web by clicking here!

Don't miss the Lanham Brothers Jamboree, Saturday, April 14th!  Jaclyn and I want to see you there!