Monday, July 21, 2014

Bucky Covington at the Boyd County Fair on Thursday, at Crocketsville in September...

Bucky Covington's enjoying a busy summer--his next stop happens on Thursday, when he'll perform at the near Ashland, KY.  Tickets to the show are included in fair admission, and Bucky goes on at 8 p.m.. TCR 103.3 is your sponsor for this one--request "Buzzin'" and get ready for a rockin' time!
Boyd County Fair

Bucky's also been added to the array of stars at this year's Crockettsville Charity Concert and Trail Ride, happening on September 6th and 7th in Crockettsville, KY. Chad Warrix and David Tolliver (formerly Halfway to Hazard) began the ride in 2008 to raise funds and awareness for Buckhorn Children and Family Services. Info (including camping options and more) is available at the C'ville website.  Hope you'll be along for the ride!  More soon...

Thursday, July 17, 2014

New show: Bucky Covington at the Ross Ragland Theater (Klamath Falls, OR) on September 25th (and a chart update)

A fun Western concert memory--Bucky Covington on stage in Pleasanton, California  Thanks again to Minnie for this great photo.

Here's a new fall concert date to add to your calendar!  Bucky Covington's tour is headed West later this year, and he's just been announced as the 2014-2015 season opener for the Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls, OR. Join him on September 25th at 7:30 p.m. for a rockin' night of modern country music in a beautiful, historic venue.  

Individual tickets go on sale on August 19th; box office info is available on the Ragland's site, or bookmark this page for more info. Hope you'll be there!  (And whether you can be there or not, feel free to request Bucky's hot new tune "Buzzin'" at your local country radio station.)  More very soon...

Edited to add a chart update--"Buzzin'" jumped from #62 last week to #54 this week on Music Row Magazine's Country Breakout Chart.  Congratulations, Bucky!

August 19th
August 19th

Monday, July 14, 2014

Reminder: Bucky Covington perfoms live at the Boyd County Fair (Ashland, KY) on July 24th


Many thanks to Kelly Green for posting this video of Bucky Covington singing "A Different World" live on The Kelly & Ken Show last week.

Here's a quick reminder about Bucky Covington's next live show--be there for the fun at the Boyd County Fair in Ashland, KY on July 24th.  Bucky will take the stage at 8 pm, and the show is free with admission to the fair. Bucky's show is sponsored by TCR 103.3, so request "Buzzin'" if you're in the listening area!

Also coming up soon:  Bucky is scheduled to rock the Sapphire Club in Richmond, KY on Saturday, July 26th.  The Sapphire Club doesn't have a website, but their official Twitter will have updates for you all week long.

We'll see you soon--enjoy the day!

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Video: Groveland memories with Bucky Covington (via LakeStyleTV)


Here's a little taste of summer, courtesy of Lake Style TV on YouTube--Bucky Covington took time out to talk to Style TVs Tina Morrison about the festivities in this beautifully-photographed video segment.  Enjoy!  Bucky's on tour all summer long--check out current tour dates here, and get his hot summertime single "Buzzin'" on iTunes right away. More soon!

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

BUCKY COVINGTON JOINS FORCES WITH F3 ENTERTAINMENT AND BUDDY LEE ATTRACTIONS (via Music Row)


Left to right- Chris Hurt (BLA) Ken Madson (f3) Bucky Covington, David Kiswiney (BLA) and Bill Moore (BLA)

Bucky Covington has made a big announcement today--he's just partnered with F3 Entertainment for management representation, and with Buddy Lee Attractions for exclusive booking representation. (He'll be in great company with both of these Nashville-based firms. F3 Entertainment’s management roster also includes artists Craig Morgan, Dee Jay Silver, Moonshine Bandits, Ira Dean and many more, and Buddy Lee Attractions, Nashville’s largest privately owned talent agency, has developed and represented the biggest names in country music, including George Strait, Willie Nelson and Garth Brooks and most recently Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line.)

Music Row magazine has the full story this evening--head on over there now for the scoop.  Have a great evening, everyone! (Thanks to Monarch Publicity for the photo.)