Continuing the legacy of classic country music, Mark Chesnutt performs all his top hits on Thursday, November 21 at 7:30 pm. Making his Webb Center debut as part of an acoustic trio, the singer-songwriter delivers trademark vocals with authentic emotion.
Mark Chesnutt debuted his first No. 1 single “Too Cold at Home” in 1990. Since then, he has charted more than 30 singles on Billboard Magazine’s Hot Country Songs, including eight No. 1 singles. Winner of the Country Music Association’s Horizon Award, Chesnutt’s chart-toppers include “It Sure Is Monday,” “Gonna Get a Life” and “Goin’ Through the Big D.”
With four platinum albums in the 1990s, Chesnutt went on to score five more Top Ten hits: the number one “Brother Jukebox,” “Blame It on Texas,” “Bubba Shot the Jukebox,” “Ol’ Country,” and one his signature songs, “Old Flames Have New Names.”
Born in Beaumont, Texas, Chesnutt dropped out of school after his sophomore year of high school to begin playing in clubs around southeast Texas. When he turned 17, he made his way to Nashville, Tennessee to begin a recording career. Over the next ten years, Chesnutt gathered a large fan base playing in honkytonks before he became one of the main voices of the new country music generation.
Today, Chesnutt maintains a busy tour schedule year after year. Remaining true to himself as a traditional artist, while keeping the pace with the ever-changing music landscape, Mark Chesnutt continues to release singles with authentic country style.
Performing for one night only, tickets for “An Acoustic Evening with Mark Chesnutt” start at $22; $5 for 18 and under. Call the Webb Center’s Box Office at (928)684-6624 to order tickets, or visit the event page here.