Brett Young Apologizes For Show Cancellations, Still Set For Stars & Guitars
Country superstar Brett Young has had a rough go of it recently. In the midst of his Dance With You tour, Young had to cancel two shows in Denver, Colorado and Omaha, Nebraska due to illness.
Yesterday he took to Instagram to apologize to fans for the last minute decision, stating his recent health struggles were too much to work through. “This one was out of my control. I was too sick and absolutely all my strength and energy was gone.”
Fortunately, it sounds like Brett Young is back on the mend! As of today, his upcoming stops in Bakersfield and Las Vegas are still set to proceed as scheduled.
And don’t worry, he’s still slated for BIG 95.7 KML’s sold out Stars & Guitars show November 13 at the Crown Coliseum! Young will be joined by Megan Moroney, Neon Union, Conner Smith and Dylan Marlowe for a night of electrifying live country music.
If you’d love to see Brett Young and co. put on an incredible show at the Crown, click here for a list of our upcoming Stars & Guitars ticket stops.
NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 20: Singer/Songwriter Brett Young performs during 2017 Christmas 4 Kids Concert at Ryman Auditorium on November 20, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images)
NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 10: Country artist Brett Young performs at the Ryman Auditorium on October 10, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)
Every Stars & Guitars Artist Ever in 11 Years in Fayetteville
It’s hard to believe that last year was our 10th anniversary of WKML bringing Stars & Guitars to Fayetteville. But it really was!
Well, actually it’s been LONGER, but you know what happened in 2020. So, while it had been 11 years since our first epic show, that was the 10th time we’ve come together to celebrate the best and brightest in country music.
Some of you may think the show has been around longer than 10 years, and you’re sorta right. WKML held the Singer-Songwriter Showcase for many years, before switching to the current format in 2012. And while the show was similar, Stars & Guitars is just another level of experience.
There are some extremely interesting facts about our artist history that we uncovered in our research.
In 11 years (10 shows) 44 country stars have appeared at Stars & Guitars, and from those stars we’ve had…
- 138 Academy of Country Music nominations, and 26 wins
- 88 CMA Awards nominations and 9 wins
- 24 Grammy Awards nominations and 4 Grammy wins
- 125 combined No. 1 singles as singers and/or songwriters
- Two “American Idol” and one “The Voice” winners played in the show
So let’s take a look back at every show since that 2012 event. Here’s every artist who has ever appeared on stage in Fayetteville for Stars & Guitars!