14184494_671674659664103_8050613327323114683_nIf you are in the Pocono Mountain area of Pennsylvania, you are probably familiar with the town of Jim Thorpe.  This small town, with a population of less than 5,000, will play host to Josh Turner on July 29, 2017, when he performs at Penn’s Peak.  The town is on many of those national “Best” lists, and one trip there will tell you why.

Our readers are world wide, but I was born in Philadelphia which is less than a 2 hour drive from Jim Thorpe.  And, I used to have some friends that live in the Hazelton and Clark Summit area of the state, so this little town is not unfamiliar to me.  It not only has some great restaurants, shops, pubs, and beautiful recreation areas – it will soon have Josh Turner!

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We were fortunate to see Josh in concert less than a year ago, and can let the people in on the fact that his sow is nothing short of awesome!  While we all know him for that deep voice, and songs like “Long Black Train,” there is certainly more to know about Josh.  And, anyone with an opportunity to see him on stage needs to take advantage of that. If you aren’t in the Jim Thorpe area, be sure to check Josh’s website for additional show dates.

Tickets for this Pennsylvania show are already on sale for $37 for regular seating, $42 for premium seating, and can be purchased at Ticketmaster outlets, the Penn’s Peak box office (325 Maury Rd., Jim Thorpe, Pa.), and Roadies Restaurant and Bar, (325 Maury Rd., Jim Thorpe). If you are purchasing tickets at Penn’s Peak ?Roadies Restaurant, these are walk-up only, no telephone orders at this location.

IMG_2520 In addition to Josh’s website, visit his Facebook page, and remember to “Like” it while you are there. He has links to other social media links on his website as well.  And, you can follow him on Twitter @joshturnermusic.. If you aren’t already following Country’s Chatter on Twitter, we’d love to have you. You will find us @countryschatter.

We have to end this with one of our favorite Josh Turner songs, Why Don’t We Just Dance.”  

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If you are in the Pocono Mountain area of Pennsylvania, you are probably familiar with the town of Jim Thorpe.  This small town, with a population of less than 5,000, will play host to Josh Turner on July 29, 2017, when he performs at Penn’s Peak.  The town is...