Diffie is a member of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry for 25 years. By 1990, Diffie had signed with Epic Records and released his debut album A Thousand Winding Roads. His very first single, “Home,” hit No. 1. He continued to dominate the charts throughout the 90s with such hits as “New Way (To Light Up an Old Flame),” “If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets),” “Is It Cold in Here,” “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die),” “So Help Me Girl,” “Bigger than the Beatles” and “Third Rock from the Sun.”


They first rolled onto the national country music scene in the early 90s with its unique style and sound. From rowdy country to raw emotion, a Confederate Railroad concert today covers a wide range of feelings. Young people will be there rocking to “Trashy Women”, while their parents and even grandparents will likely be singing along to “Jesus and Mama”.


One of the best LIVE bands you’ll ever see! The Kentucky Headhunters have racked up 3 CMA Awards, and they took home a Grammy in 1990 for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.


Tristan is an American Country Singer from Nashville, Tennessee who finished 6th place on Season 15 of American Idol in 2016. At age 13, she won Clarksville’s Got Talent Competition. Since being on American Idol, she has performed with artists Darius Rucker, Kellie Pickler, Chris Young, and Mickey Guyton. She made her Grand Ole Opry debut in May of 2016. She has also played the Ryman Auditorium and the World-famous Bluebird Café. Keith Urban commented “Tristan has a beautiful voice and a God-given gift.”


John McDaniel and his band, Johnny Mac And The Heart Attacks, have been traveling and packing music venues for over 10 years. Their spot-on renditions of country and rock classics, as well as Johnny Mac’s original tunes from his album “Mac Two,” always leave the audience wanting more. They have a dedicated fan base that love them, and JMAC And The HA’s give the love right back!