COLLINS - The Friends of the Collins Public Library will feature a concert by Stone Country Band on Fridayfrom 7 to 9 p.m. Buffalo's legendary country band will be playing their foot stompin, bass thumping country music at the Collins Library.
The Stone Country Band was formed in 1974 and recorded their first album in Nashville in 1979. The band has traveled all over the United States, performing for sold out shows everywhere such as stadiums, fairs, festivals and honky tonks of every size. They have appeared with every major star in Country Music including Conway Twitty, Hank Snow, Asleep at the Wheel, Mickey Gilley, Emmy Lou Harris, Nat Stucky, Hank Thompson, Diamond Rio, Gene Watson, Dale Watson, Bill Kirtchen, Jim Lauderdale, George Strait, Kenny Chesney, John Michael Montgomery, Lee Greenwood, Lone Star, Tim McGraw and many, many others. Stone Country Band is a member of the New York State Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and has won many awards for musical achievements and works done for charity.
So grab your hat and kick up your boots for a great honky tonk band. Their music appeals to all ages 9 to 90 as they perform the Truest of American Music "County Music."
The concert falls during the library's annual book sale. Come and enjoy the concert and buy a few books. The Friends of the Collins Public Library sponsor the concert. The concerts are free and open to the public, although free will donations are gratefully accepted. For more information, call the Collins Public Library at 532-5129.