June 27, 2024

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WHAT:                 Enjoy live music from some of country music’s finest every Thursday at Stoney’s North Forty inside Santa Fe Station in July.

Hop on the mechanical bull or take a spin on the dance floor below the mirrored armadillo! Stoney’s has you covered with free two step and line dance lessons Tuesdays through Saturdays. Visit for times and details.

WHERE:              Stoney’s North Forty inside Santa Fe Station

4949 N. Rancho Drive

WHEN:                Thursday, July 4             Tennessee Jet
Thursday, July 11          Chad Freeman and Redline
Thursday, July 18          Presley & Taylor
Thursday, July 25          Graham Barham

TICKETS:            Tickets for live entertainment start at just $10 and are available at


Long before Tennessee Jet began crisscrossing America as a one-man band, playing nightly shows full of fuzz guitar, primal percussion, and songs that split the difference between country and raw rock & roll, he traveled the interstates of Oklahoma with his bronc-riding father and barrel-racing mother. Sitting on the bench seat of an old Ford pickup truck pulling a horse trailer while heading to the next rodeo, he’d watch the grasslands of his home state fly past the windshield at highway speed. Country music was always on the radio back then, and those songs — honest, heartfelt classics by icons like Willie Nelson and Dwight Yoakam, both of whom he’d eventually join on tour — left a permanent mark. The Country, Tennessee Jet’s third album, nods to that childhood soundtrack. A salute to the sounds of his youth, these songs double down on Jet’s country and folk influences, without sacrificing the left-of-center approach that’s earned him a reputation as a genre bender. Honky-tonk ballads, twin fiddles, and country two-steps rub shoulders with a Nirvana-inspired rock song (“Johnny,” a tribute to 1950s legend Johnny Horton) and a bluegrass cover of the Black Crowes’ “She Talks to Angels.” The result is a richly textured album that’s both classic and modern in the same breath. This is raw, truthful country music — a reinvention of the sound that’s always formed the bedrock of Tennessee Jet’s artistry, even during his most amplified moments.

“My career has been a constant purging of what I’ve done before, so I can reinvent and create something that’s uniquely me,” says Jet, who kicked off his touring career by taking the stage alone, an electric guitar strapped across his chest and a drum set at his feet, accompanying himself with a one-man fuzz-filled wall of sound. It was an approach that owed as much to rock & roll’s distorted stomp as country music’s twang, and for Jet — an enthusiastic fan of Neil Young and Jack White, two forward-thinking rockers who, like Jet, refuse to be pigeonholed — the contrast between those genres was the whole point.

The Country marks the most collaborative project of Jet’s career. A songwriter, front man, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, he took a do-it-yourself approach to his 2015 debut and 2017’s Reata, both of which found Jet playing every instrument himself. The Country references those early years with songs like the autobiographical “Stray Dogs,” whose lyrics find a young Jet speeding down the Indian Nation Turnpike, his future wife riding shotgun, fueled by a combination of love, truck stop gasoline, and the need to make it to the next show on time. For an album that often pays homage to Jet’s DIY past, though, The Country also finds him teaming up with Dwight Yoakam’s touring band, whose members add Telecaster twang and Cali-country cool to Jet’s raw, ragged edges. Paul Cauthen, Cody Jinks, and Elizabeth Cook all lend a hand, too, duetting with Jet on their respective tracks while also teaming up for an all-hands-on-deck version of “Pancho and Lefty.” Additional guests include longtime Willie Nelson bandmate Mickey Raphael who lends harmonica as well as Lady Gaga bandleader Brian Newman on trumpet.

While The Country may be stocked with star power from the alt-country fringes, it’s Tennessee Jet who shines the brightest. A lifelong explorer who literally grew up on the road, he writes about love, loss, legends, and the pursuit of the muse in a voice that’s at once worldly and distinctly Oklahoman, peppering his lyrics with references to other literary heroes who, like him, shine at showcasing a sense of place: Faulkner, Shakespeare, Kerouac, and Woody Guthrie. Co-produced by the songwriter himself, The Country finds Tennessee Jet occupying his own sort of artistic crossroads, planting one boot in the nostalgic sounds of his past while pointing the other in a direction of his own making. This is his version of country music — a sound that, in Jet’s hands, becomes both fresh and familiar.


Chad Freeman & Redline, established on March 13, 2009, swiftly cultivated a unique sound that resonated locally and beyond. Starting with grassroots performances, they soon became fixtures on the Las Vegas Strip, entertaining crowds at events like PBR and NFR. Their journey expanded to include prestigious stages such as NASCAR, the Super Bowl, and CMA Fest, as well as numerous festivals, special events, and weddings.

Chad Freeman’s talent propelled him to international tours, gracing stages across Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Poland, Canada, Mexico, Chile, France, Switzerland, and beyond. As they celebrated their 10-year anniversary in 2019, Redline’s lineup remains as robust as ever, eagerly anticipating a future filled with performances on diverse stages worldwide.


Presley & Taylor are a dynamic country duo that has taken the music industry by storm with their undeniable talent, captivating performances, and heartfelt songwriting. Hailing from Connecticut, these two sisters have quickly made a name for themselves in the country music scene, earning a dedicated fanbase and critical acclaim along the way. With three previous singles, “22 Red Flags,” “Don’t Even Know Your Mama,” and “Everybody Sees It,” Presley & Taylor have made a significant impact on streaming platforms, amassing well over 5 million streams across all platforms. Their music has been featured on some of the biggest Spotify editorial playlists, including New Boots, Wild Country, Breakout Country, and more. The duo was also featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds Country: Best of 2021 & 2022 with their songs “22 Red Flags” and “The Storm.” Not only have their songs resonated with fans, but they have also achieved two fan-voted #1 videos on CMT Music’s 12-Pack Countdown, solidifying their status as rising stars in the country music world.

Presley & Taylor’s debut EP, “Limited Edition (Side A),” has been a game-changer for the duo. Produced by Jimmy Ritchey and featuring some of Nashville’s best talent as musicians, co-writers and collaborators, the EP has quickly gained traction in the music industry. With over half a million streams in the first month and placements on highly coveted editorial playlists like New Music Friday Country, Next From Nashville, Fresh Finds Country, and Young Nashville on Spotify, as well as Country Pop and Country Waves on Tidal, and Apple Music’s New In Country playlist, the EP has solidified Presley & Taylor’s place as true artists and songwriters in the country music scene. The music videos accompanying the EP have also been a hit, earning the duo an additional fan-voted #1 on the CMT 12-Pack Countdown.

Presley & Taylor’s talent and hard work have led them to share the stage with some of country music’s biggest names. They have opened for renowned artists such as Old Dominion, Gary Allan, Martina McBride, Sammy Kershaw, Tracy Byrd, and more, showcasing their ability to hold their own among country music’s elite. Their live performances have captivated audiences across the country from California to Connecticut, leaving a lasting impression on fans and industry professionals alike. They have also graced the stages of major music festivals such as Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam, Country Thunder SK, and Country Thunder Wisconsin. Their talent and hard work have earned them coveted spots as featured artists on CMAfest sanctioned stages like the Spotlight Stage and the Durango Stage. Presley & Taylor’s relentless dedication to their craft and their fans has undoubtedly set them on a path to even greater success in the future.

Their success has not gone unnoticed, as Presley & Taylor have been featured in prestigious publications such as Billboard, Music Connection, Connecticut Magazine, CountryLine, Country Rebel, MusicRow Magazine, Inside Edition, and more. Their unique sound and authentic storytelling have garnered attention from both fans and industry insiders. With a thriving and growing social media presence and a fan base of over 250K followers, the duo has built a strong and dedicated community of supporters. Their engaging content and personal connection with fans have contributed to their rapid rise in popularity.

In addition to their musical success, Presley & Taylor have established themselves as ambassadors for the PEDIGREE Foundation, a cause close to their hearts. They have dedicated their time and efforts to raise funds and awareness for shelters and rescue organizations nationwide, using their platform to make a positive impact on the lives of animals in need.

With a strong team behind them Presley & Taylor are poised for even greater success in the future. Their unwavering dedication to their craft, genuine connection with fans, and commitment to making a positive impact set them apart as not just talented musicians, but as true ambassadors of country music. As they continue to write, perform, and connect with audiences around the world, Presley & Taylor are undoubtedly on the path to becoming country music’s next big stars.


Graham Barham, originally from the quiet Louisiana village of Oak Ridge with just 124 residents, brings a distinctive Southern charm to his music. His songs paint vivid pictures of small-town life—moss-draped ponds, pickup trucks, and winding country roads are recurring motifs woven into his soulful lyrics. Despite his rural upbringing, Barham’s music transcends geographical boundaries, resonating deeply with audiences far beyond his hometown.

At 24, Barham’s journey to musical prominence began early, inspired by legends like George Strait and fueled by a knack for crafting catchy melodies honed during his formative years. His path to Nashville saw him evolve from singing in church as a child to penning heartfelt tunes that blend the raw honesty of country with the immediacy of pop influences. His breakout single, “Preachers Need People,” released in 2022, catapulted him into viral fame, showcasing his ability to infuse everyday stories with profound emotional depth.

Raised on a farm by a farmer father and a schoolteacher mother, Barham’s music reflects his blue-collar roots and an innate understanding of life’s highs and lows. His move to Nashville at 18 marked a turning point, where he immersed himself in songwriting, collaborating across genres and refining his unique brand of country music—authentic, heartfelt, and rich with personal narrative.

Produced largely by Will Bundy, whose credits include Keith Urban and Jason Aldean, Barham’s debut album on Virgin Records promises a collection of songs that capture the complexities of life’s journey. Tracks like “BREAK IT IN A BAR” and “TWO BROKE HEARTS” showcase his emotive vocals and incisive storytelling, while “Beer By My Bed” delves into moments of introspection and regret with unflinching honesty.

Looking ahead, Barham remains committed to crafting music that resonates on a soul-deep level, offering listeners a cathartic experience through his lyrics. Whether reflecting on personal growth, relationships, or the joy of a night out, his songs invite listeners to connect with their own stories. With each performance, Graham Barham continues to define his place in the world of country music, driven by a passion for authenticity and a desire to touch hearts with every verse.


From the creators of the award-winning, world famous Stoney’s Rockin’ Country, Stoney’s North Forty is a premiere destination for locals and tourists 21 and over who are looking for a boot stomping good ole time with line dancing, mechanical bull riding, beer pong, pool tables, and more. Located inside Santa Fe Station, and open Tuesday through Saturday, Stoney’s North Forty offers special promotions including Ladies Night on Wednesdays where ladies can enjoy $2 wine, well cocktails, and draft beer, a daily Happy Hour from 4 – 7 p.m., and live music from the hottest rising Nashville artists. Doors open at 4 p.m. and there are free line-dancing lessons Tuesdays through Saturdays. All active and retired military, teachers, nurses, and first responders with valid ID receive their first drink free! For more information, visit For all the latest news and a live entertainment schedule, follow on Facebook @stoneysnf and Instagram @stoneysnorthforty.


Santa Fe Station is a top entertainment destination in northwest Las Vegas with a 60-lane bowling center, 16-screen multiplex movie theater, premier state-of-the-art sportsbook, and more than 2,000 slot and video poker machines. The property also boasts more than 14,000 square feet of meeting space and 200 hotel rooms and offers guests a variety of dining choices. Santa Fe is in the midst of a property refresh with the arrival of Stoney’s North Forty, Stallone’s Italian Eatery, Nielsen’s Frozen Custard, and an all-new Poker room. The property will add a new High Limit Room this fall. For more information, visit or follow us on social media at @santafestationlv.

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Hillary Smoot, SRO PR


Alex Acuna