Country singer Jon Langston to perform Thursday

Country singer Jon Langston to perform Thursday
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Tomorrow, Thursday, March 1, country music artist Jon Langston will be performing at Druid City Music Hall. Langston, a Georgia native, is a former college football player who was drafted on a Division I scholarship to Gardner-Webb University and played until multiple concussions forced him to shelve his pads and pick up the guitar. 

Langston has since developed a vibrant fan base across the Southeast, selling out numerous shows around the region. His self-titled EP, which dropped in 2015, hit 25th on the U.S. Billboard Charts. Langston is also known for the smash hit country single “Right Girl Wrong Time.” He also released a new album on Feb. 9, “When It Comes to Loving You,” which will likely be a feature of the concert. Langston currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Fellow Georgia native and singer-songwriter Trea Landon will be accompanying Langston at Druid City on Thursday. Landon is known for his hit single “A Little Bit," and dropped his self-titled debut album this past summer.

The show will begin at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday night, with doors opening at 7:30. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door. The event is all ages.

For tickets to this weekend’s shows, you can visit www.druidcitymusichall.com.

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