Remember me telling you all about Eric Durrance, back in May when I saw him perform in Bristol, Tenn. He opened for Lady Antebellum, who opened for Jason Aldean. It was the first time I’d ever heard of Eric Durrance, but I told you then that I knew it wouldn’t be the last time.

Eric is back in front of those same two acts, traveling with CMT On-Tour 2008. the tour runs through Nov. 22.  He is pictured here with WGGC morning show talent Caudhill/Eric Durrance/Darrin Evans (WGGC, Op Mgr)/Max Murphy (WGGC, PD)

Prior to his scheduled performance at the Diddle Arena, Eric Durrance (Wind-up Nashville) headed to Bowling Green, KY early yesterday to visit with folks at radio station WGGC 95-FM and make a special appearance on WBKO-TV’s midday show (ABC/Fox).

Eric made his entry into the country music scene with his debut CD entitled ANGELS FLY AWAY (produced by Teddy Gentry and Mark Bright) in mid-September and just released his latest single, “Turn It Off,” which is receiving a welcoming response from country radio and its listeners. He’s opening the CMT-ON-TOUR -2008 in front of Lady Antebellum and Jason Aldean and just before the show at the Diddle Arena in Bowling Green, KY last night, he stopped in to make introductions with the local media.  Durrance heads to DeKalb, IL where he will perform tomorrow evening (Saturday, November 1) at the Convocation Center. Fans can catch Durrance, live and in person, on the CMT-ON-TOUR through November 22, 2008. 

Eric Durrance/Laura Rogers (WBKO, Anchor & Producer)

Copy of 002_2Here’s a photo that was taken at the May 2 concert in Bristol. Be sure to check out his web page, listen to some of his music, and if you don’t hear "Turn It Off" on your local radio station, give them a call and request it.

That’s all for now. I have a stack of e-mails here to answer from you guys, and I’ll get to that just as quickly as I can. But don’t stop writing, you know I’ll get back to you as quickly as I can!

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Remember me telling you all about Eric Durrance, back in May when I saw him perform in Bristol, Tenn. He opened for Lady Antebellum, who opened for Jason Aldean. It was the first time I'd ever heard of Eric Durrance, but I told you then that I knew it...