Two different country acts including a Grand Ole Opry member and one of the most recognized outlaw bands will appear in the coming days at Cherokee Casino & Hotel West Siloam Springs.

The first concert, features a group which combines Woody Guthrie’s conscience and Waylon Jennings’ panache into a sound Red Dirt fans have come to recognize and love.

On Saturday, April 20, those Jason Boland & the Stragglers fans get a taste of the past and pieces of their new album during a free show, which kicks off at 9 p.m. in the SEVEN Bar stage.

The second concert, features the greatest hits of country music legend and Grand Ole Opry member Craig Morgan, who takes the stage in the Qualla Ballroom at 8 p.m., Thursday, April 25.

Doors open at 7 p.m. Morgan takes the stage at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30 are on sale now on the casino’s website and at the hotel front desk.

More About Boland

The band made an entrance into the music scene that was hard to miss. Since debuting in 1999 with “Pearl Snaps,” the band has matured without taming their refreshing irreverence.

The album features songs that won the hearts of fans across the country, including “Somewhere Down in Texas,” “Proud Souls,” “Telephone Romeo” and “If I Ever Get Back to Oklahoma.”

The band’s 2015 album, “Squelch,” debuted on the Top Country Albums chart at No. 11, selling 4,200 the first week.

Their most recent record, “Hard Times Are Relative,” was released in mid-2018 and stacks the smart, road-ready outlaw country longtime fans have come to expect, alongside the creative risks that flirt with punk and psychedelic sounds.

For more on Jason Boland & the Stragglers, persons interested may visit  www.thestragglers.com.

More About Morgan

Morgan has made a name for himself as a multifaceted entertainer, TV personality, celebrated outdoorsman and patriotic Army veteran.

One of country music’s best-loved artists, Morgan has charted 25 songs on Billboard and thrills massive crowds with signature hits, including “Bonfire,” “Almost Home,” Redneck Yacht Club,” “International Harvester,” “This Ole Boy,” Wake Up Loving You” and the four-week No. 1 hit, “What I Love About Sunday.”

Morgan has released seven studio records and two compilation albums since his start in 2000.

His 2005 record, “My Kind of Livin,’” charted to RIAA gold and reached No. 7 on the Billboard US Country Charts. The next year, Morgan released “Little Bit of Life,” which included the title track and “Tough,” launching it to earn the artist back-to-back RIAA gold status.

Morgan was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2008. For more information on Morgan, persons interested may visit www.craigmorgan.com.

If You Go

Cherokee Casino & Hotel West Siloam Springs is located off U.S. Highway 412 and State Highway 59 in West Siloam Springs. For more information, visit www.cherokeecasino.com or call (800) 754-4111. All guests must be at least 21 years of age to attend.