Josh Turner concert set for Champaign welcome

December 9, 2012 by  

One of the most amazing baritone voices in the area, that of Josh Turner, will be audible this coming week in Champaign, Illinois.

This man has swooned audiences far and wide and has been said to have the deepest voice when it comes to the country radio stations. This man will have the audience waiting with baited breath for the next song, as they sit in their seats humming and tapping along.

This South Carolina performer has been churning out hits for many years after moving to Nashville and attending the Belmont University, which is where his country music dreams began to come into fruition.
He appeared at the Grand Old Opry in 2001 and has recorded a number of hits including ‘Long Black Train’, ‘Your Man’, and ‘Firecracker’. Many of these songs have hit number one on the charts and ‘Would You Go With Me’ was nominated to receive a Grammy Award in 2006. That year, he also released ‘Another Try’, which was a duet sung with Trisha Yearwood. Turner was inducted into the hall of fame in 2007 and his stage presence is absolutely fantastic.

The University of Illinois may have used poster printing to share the information about this amazing performer to people in the area. Tickets can be purchased through Stubhub or Ticketmaster online. The Josh Turner Concert will take place on Thursday, December 13, beginning at 7:00 pm at the University of Illinois, Assembly Hall, located at 1800 South First Street in Champaign, Illinois. To review ticket prices, please visit the University of Illinois Assembly Hall website or call the box office.

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