Rodney Atkins
Quarry Park

Event

WHEN: Friday, June 28, 2019  6:30 pm -  10:00 pm. Gates open at 6:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Platinum Living Amphitheater at Quarry Park, 4000 Rocklin Road, Rocklin, CA 95677

TICKETS:  Tickets on sale Friday, April 26 at RodneyAtkins.Eventbrite.com

SEATING CHART: For reference of seating locations within Quarry Park, please check HERE.

All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. Refunds are only issued if an event is cancelled. Events are rain or shine.

FOOD TRUCKS: 

  • TBA

RULES & REGULATIONS:  Read this rules & regulations to find information about approved lawn chairs, beverages, and more.

PARKING / DROP OFF LOCATIONS:

BAR: Beer & Wine sold to 21+ with valid ID. Credit card and cash accepted.

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Performing on Platinum Living Amphitheater at Quarry Park!

“I love the grit,” says Rodney Atkins. “I love getting sawdust on me. I love getting under the hood and getting grease all over: working hard, until your knuckles are busted.”

After more than two decades in country music, it’s hard to imagine that the Tennessee-born Atkins could still treasure the difficult moments and the arduous process of creating a song from the ground up. But he’s just the kind of artist who loves the roots as much as the tree. With six No. 1 hits under his belt, four studio LP’s and over 13 million units sold, Atkins is more invested than ever in making honest, authentic records that tell a story and showcase his unique place in the world, which is exactly what he does on his forthcoming fifth LP. But it took a moment, about three years ago, for him to take stock not just of where he’d been, but where he was going.

            “I equated it to my bow and arrow moment,” Atkins says. “I felt like I needed to stop, take a few steps back. Re-aim. Re-adjust. Get back on target, and to the level I wanted to operate on.”

            It was a logical moment – in the wake of his first greatest hits compilation, Rodney Atkins Greatest Hits, in 2015, he wanted his next sonic offering to not only push country music forward but stay connected to what had always made it great to begin with. And, in Atkins’ eyes, that’s songs about the highways of life, family and love. And one true love, in particular. For Atkins, that’s his wife Rose Falcon Atkins, to whom he owes so much of his creative reinvention. He credits Rose, a singer and artist herself, with helping him to find his voice again – to re-embracing melodies and the art of singing itself. Her fingerprints, whether lyrically, in a duet or just in spirit, are all over his forthcoming record.

            “When I met Rose, the world made sense,” Atkins says. And he started to see music in a whole new way, writing songs and searching for ones that explored that beloved grit but were tender, too; songs that could be blasted while driving down the road or after hunting in the field but tailor-made for first kisses and first dances — songs that will live with his fans at every moment, because they lived with him, too.

            “I’m a song mechanic,” he says. “I just love working on songs.” Whether writing with Rose or a stable of other revered co-writers, digging for the best jewels on Music Row or offering up his own versions of new classics like Jason Isbell’s “Cover Me Up,” his forthcoming record explores the many sides of an artist who is only moving forward and never too proud to do what makes him a little uncomfortable. From the southern swagger of “What Lonely Looks Like” or the timeless twang of “Caught Up in the Country,” that pushes boundaries through a thunderous beat and vocals from the Fisk Jubilee Singers, they all paint a picture of a man who isn’t afraid to show what he loves – be it the country lifestyle or the woman by his side – because that’s just who Atkins is. And that, he thinks, is what’s most important.

“Authenticity is everything to me,” says Atkins, who created much of the album from his own home studio in the hills of Nashville. “It’s being honest, being real. Not being afraid to reveal that piece of you. It’s about being willing to put it out there.” Indeed, there are songs about fitting in and finding a place, about our weaknesses and joys, about watching children grow and about simply letting go. Known for his numerous hits including six chart-topping tracks: “Take A Back Road,” “It’s America,” “Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy),” “These Are My People,” “Watching You” and “If You’re Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows)” – it’s a sonic progression that will excite and captivate both new fans and ones who have been on the ride all along.

And that road, for Atkins, has been an enviable one. His last studio LP, Take A Back Road (produced by Ted Hewitt), yielded his sixth career No. 1 hit and his fastest – rising single to date with the title track. And his 2006 single, “Watching You,” was named the Number One Song of the Decade by Country Aircheck, an accolade that even found Atkins himself surprised. But it’s on this newest record where Atkins sees the most accurate reflection of who he is as a man, and as a singer. This time, he focused on whether or not a song had staying power – beyond just the radio dials. But that’s certainly where they’ll be, too. “I believe in these songs,” he says. “And that they are epic.”

What lies ahead in 2018 for Rodney Atkins will be more than just new music and a new record. It will be about watching his newborn baby grow – Rose recently gave birth to their son, Ryder – and being a father to his teenager, Elijah, as well. And it will be about playing music for his fans, about continuing his avid support for the military and for always staying connected to what keeps him caught up in the country. Getting grease and dirt all over: working hard, until his knuckles are busted, and cherishing every single second.

 www.rodneyatkins.com

 

Jackson Michelson –Supporting Act on Platinum Living Amphitheater Main Stage!  

Over the past year Michelson has played more than 150 shows, opened for Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum and Zac Brown Band and visited radio stations in over 120 cities across the country.

Raised in Corvallis, Oregon, Jackson Michelson kicked off his country career on the West Coast, carving out a sound that blended the rootsy twang of the American South with the sunny, feel-good spirit of the Pacific Coast. By the time he moved to Nashville, he’d already spent years on the road, playing in bands back at home.

It was then that he started writing. It was music shaped by what he listened to and where he came from. But most of the grunt work was done on the road, where connecting with new fans along the way was priority number one. To Michelson those fans were everything. They were his muse, his support system and his champions.

Now, with a record deal under his belt, Michelson is prepping for the next phase of his career. There are new shows to play, new songs to be written and new opportunities to explore. But he’s still the boy from Corvallis, happy to sing — a life he’s built himself, show by show, song by song — to an audience that continues to grow.

 www.jacksonmichelson.com

 Performing on Brower Mechanical Stage  Ashley Barron –

Ashley Barron signed with Nashville Record label, SSM Entertainment and released her debut single, “Wrote A Song About It” to country radio across the nation. Ashley is from the Sacramento, CA area. Ashley Barron strives to make every performance professional, fun and special for the whole audience. Ashley is an “old soul” with a sense of adventure. She is spontaneous, God-loving and patriotic, a down-home girl. She has a dynamite personality and vocals that will leave the crowd in awe.  www.ashelybarronofficial.com

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 Accessible Event Notice

Concerts at Quarry Park are accessible to persons using wheelchairs and others with disabilities.  Informational material is available in large print.  Assistive listening devices, materials in other alternative formats, American Sign Language interpreters and other accommodations will be made available upon request.  Contact Kevin Huntzinger, 916.625.5269, Providing at least 72 hours’ notice (or two weeks’ notice for American Sign Language interpreters) will help to help ensure availability.

In order to assist the City’s efforts to accommodate persons with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical sensitivity or related disabilities, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based scented products.  Please help the City to accommodate these individuals.  

Accessible parking is available at: City Hall Parking Lot

For inquiries or requests for accommodations, please call: (916) 625-5200

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