Tribute and Variety
Shows are super successful. The buyer gets more bang for the buck, spending the same amount on
4 to 6 names.
The audience gets to hear a variety of artists. Win Win!
Mark Chesnutt is one of Country’s true musical treasures. Critics have
hailed him as a classic Country singer of the first order and some
of Country music’s most elite entertainers from George Jones to
George Strait echo this sentiment. Mark Chesnutt’s stature is
easily gauged; he has 14 No. 1 hits, 23 top ten singles, 4
platinum albums and 5 gold records.
Mark has a knack for picking great songs; delivering them
with his world-class vocals; and with real heart-felt emotion.
Chesnutt got his start in the honky tonks of Beaumont, Texas,
learning from his father, Bob Chesnutt, a singer, record collector,
and major fan of classic country music. Playing along side his dad,
one set at a time, Mark embraced his father’s influence and began
making a name for himself. Bob Chesnutt often traveled to Nashville to record
and to broaden his exposure, taking Mark along to record when he was just 17.
After nearly a decade of recording on regional labels, word got
out about this young country vocalist. Music Row executives came to
hear Mark on his own Texas turf and recognized the depth of his raw talent.
In 1989, he was signed to MCA Nashville and his list of accolades tells the rest of his story.
With the release of his first single, “Too Cold At Home,” Mark established
himself as one of country’s most authentic and talented vocalists.
He won the CMA Horizon Award getting the attention of country legend
George Jones who stated “This boy from Beaumont, Texas is the real
Mark developed a true blue fan base that helped his records climb the charts one right after the
other; making him one of Billboard’s ten most-played radio artists
of the ‘90’s. Mark’s singles were some the decade’s most memorable;
from the fun tempo “Bubba Shot The Jukebox” to emotional ballad
“I’ll Think Of Something”. Mark is easily identified for his string
of hits including “Brother Jukebox”, “Blame It On Texas,” “Old
Flames Have New Names”, “Old Country”, “It Sure Is Monday”, “Almost Goodbye”, “I Just Wanted You To
Know”, “Going Through The Big D”, “It’s A Little Too Late”, “Gonna Get A Life” and one of his
biggest, “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” which held its position at
the top of the charts for four consecutive weeks.
His tour theme is “Savin’The Honky Tonk” and if Mark Chesnutt is on
the stage, then we can be assured that the Honky Tonk is alive and
well, no matter what part of the country Mark Chesnutt is playing in.