Emerging country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt with country sensations Little Big Town (L-R: Jimmy Westbrook, Kimberly Schlapman, Karen Fairchild and Phillip Sweet) at Firefest in Cold Spring, Minn., on July 31.

Emerging country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt with country sensations Little Big Town (L-R: Jimmy Westbrook, Kimberly Schlapman, Karen Fairchild and Phillip Sweet) at Firefest in Cold Spring, Minn., on July 31.

Emerging country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt recently wowed the crowd at Firefest in Cold Spring, Minn., while sharing the stage with some of country music’s hottest stars, including Bombshel, Emerson Drive and Little Big Town. Sponsored by Wild Country 99, Firefest raises money for the Cold Spring Fire and Rescue.

Emerging country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt keeping the party going performing at The Ranch at WeFest in Detroit Lakes, Minn., on August 5.

The following weekend, Wyatt helped keep the party going for country music fanatics at WeFest in Detroit Lakes, Minn., playing at The Ranch following Keith Urban’s headlining performance.

Emerging country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt with rising country sensations Bombshel (Kristy and Kelly) at Firefest in Cold Spring, Minn., on July 31.

Shane Wyatt with country sensations Bombshel (Kristy and Kelly) at Firefest in Cold Spring, Minn, on July 31.

While tearing up the country charts with songs from his debut album The Last Cowboy – including “The Big Bad Dog,” “Whole Lotta Love” and “She Could Do Better” – Wyatt has shared the stage with his hero Randy Travis, The Bellamy Brothers, Joe Nichols, Eric Church, Phil Vassar, Kellie Pickler and Montgomery Gentry. Wyatt is currently splitting his time between doing shows around the Midwest and songwriting in Nashville for his next album.

SHANE WYATT TO PERFORM AT WEFEST

Country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt is ready to keep the party going for country fans at WeFest in Detroit Lakes, Minn., on August 5. Wyatt and his band will perform on The Ranch stage following Keith Urban’s headlining performance. Also performing that day are Montgomery Gentry, Gloriana and Randy Houser.

WeFest Single Day tickets are currently available for $59 with multi-day tickets available starting at $130 and can be purchased online at www.wefest.com or by phone at 1-800-493-3378.

Wyatt is no stranger to the country music festival crowd, having performed on the big stage at last year’s Country Fest in Cadott, Wisc., along with country superstars Joe Nichols, Kellie Pickler and Montgomery Gentry. He will also make a return appearance at Firefest in Cold Spring, Minn., on July 31 with Smoke ‘N Guns, Bombshell, Little Big Town and Emerson Drive.

While tearing up the country charts with songs from his debut album The Last Cowboy – including “The Big Bad Dog,” “Whole Lotta Love” and “She Could Do Better” – Wyatt has shared the stage with his hero Randy Travis, The Bellamy Brothers, Eric Church and Phil Vassar.

EVENT RECAP:

August 5
WeFest – The Ranch Stage
With Montgomery Gentry, Gloriana, Randy Houser and Keith Urban.
Soo Pass Ranch and Amphitheater
Minnesota Highway 59
Detroit Lakes, MN
www.wefest.com
Single
Day tickets are currently available for $59, multi-day tickets available starting at $130. Tickets can be purchased online at www.wefest.com or by phone at 1-800-493-3378.
*Shane Wyatt will perform following Keith Urban’s headlining performance.

COUNTRY SINGER-SONGWRITER SHANE WYATT TO MAKE A RETURN APPEARANCE AT FIREFEST IN COLD SPRING, MINN., ON JULY 31st. Wyatt Will Share The Stage With Country Sensations Bombshell, Emerson Drive And Little Big Town

COUNTRY SINGER-SONGWRITER SHANE WYATT TO MAKE A RETURN APPEARANCE AT FIREFEST IN COLD SPRING, MINN., ON JULY 31st. Wyatt Will Share The Stage With Country Sensations Bombshell, Smok’n Guns, Emerson Drive And Little Big Town

Emerging country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt will make a return appearance at Firefest on July 31st in Cold Spring, Minn., sharing the stage with Smok’n Guns, Bombshell, Emerson Drive and Little Big Town.

Sponsored by Wild Country 99, Firefest raises money for the Cold Spring Fire and Rescue.

Gates open at 4 p.m., with music starting at 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 thru July 18 and go up to $35 on July 19. They can be purchased online at www.firefestmn.com or in person at Cold Spring Brewery (Downtown Office Only), Cold Spring City Hall, Schwieters Chevrolet, Voss Plumbing in Paynesville, State Bank of Cold Spring, 1st National Bank of Cold Spring and Wild Country 99 Studios. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the gate the day of.

While tearing up the country charts with songs from his debut album The Last Cowboy – including “The Big Bad Dog,” “Whole Lotta Love” and “She Could Do Better” – Wyatt has shared the stage with his hero Randy Travis, The Bellamy Brothers, Joe Nichols, Eric Church, Phil Vassar, Kellie Pickler and Montgomery Gentry.

This summer, Wyatt will keep the party going at WeFest on August 5 in Detroit Lakes, Minn., following Keith Urban’s headlining performance.

EVENT RECAP:

July 31
Firefest
With Smok’n Guns, Bombshell, Emerson Drive and Little Big Town
Cold Spring Distribution Center
219 Red River Avenue North
Cold Spring, MN 56320-1624
(320) 685-8686
www.firefestmn.com
Gates open at 4 p.m., music starts at 4:30 p.m.
Tickets are $30 thru July 18 and $35 starting July 19.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.firefestmn.com or in person at Cold Spring Brewery (Downtown Office Only), Cold Spring City Hall, Schwieters Chevrolet, Voss Plumbing in Paynesville, State Bank of Cold Spring, 1st National Bank of Cold Spring and Wild Country 99 Studios. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the gate the day of.

Shane Wyatt (center) with Brian Goldenman (left) and Dan Adamson (right), founders of Farm Boy and Farm Girl brands.

Shane Wyatt (center) with Brian Goldenman (left) and Dan Adamson (right), founders of Farm Boy and Farm Girl brands.

RISING COUNTRY SINGER SHANE WYATT PARTNERS

WITH FARM BOY® & FARM GIRL® BRANDS

Rising country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt (www.shanewyatt.com) has entered into a sponsorship with Farm Boy & Farm Girl brands (www.farmboybrand.com), fresh clothing and accessories that capture the heartfelt pride of the farming lifestyle. The partnership is a perfect fit for many reasons, given Shane’s rural upbringing and down-home musical style.

According to Dan Adamson, Partner and Creative Director of Farm Boy & Farm Girl brands, “we’re very excited to partner with Shane Wyatt and look forward to joining in the fun as he travels the country this year. As a former 4-H member and an FFA officer in his hometown in Oklahoma, Shane is a natural fit to represent Farm Boy & Farm Girl brands. Shane’s raised cattle and raised horses and his infectious energy on stage raises the roof with audiences too.”

Farm Boy & Farm Girl brands is supporting Wyatt’s ongoing radio tour promoting his debut release, The Last Cowboy, where he’s already made stops in Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Texas, Oklahoma (Wyatt’s home state) and Minnesota. Farm Boy & Farm Girl brands will also promote Wyatt via its digital marketing, including its consumer website, Facebook and email blasts and is exploring cards for fans to receive a free music download from Wyatt. Additionally, Farm Boy & Farm Girl brands is providing clothing and accessories for listener giveaways and other special events.

Wyatt relates, “my whole team and I are excited about the partnership. The Farm Boy & Farm Girl brands perfectly embody the country and small town spirit that I strive to convey in my music and in my shows. These clothes are the coolest way to show that you love the farming lifestyle, agriculture, and the country way of life, and I am proud to bring them out on our radio tour and show tour this year”

Wyatt plans include appearances at Farm Boy & Farm Girl booths at fairs and festivals, where fans can expect to see Wyatt and his band sporting their attire at shows and appearances.

Whole Lotta Love”, Wyatt’s newest single from his critically-acclaimed debut album The Last Cowboy, has been burning up the charts across the country with airplay on over 200 stations. The single also has climbed into the Top 10 on a number of charts in Europe.