2nd Annual 90s Country Night Benefitting the TJ Martell Foundation Sells Out

Adam Sanders opens the night with a performance of “Chattahoochee”. Photo: Nathan Zucker

Adam Sanders‘ 2nd Annual 90s Country Night to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation was once again a SOLD OUT show!  Adam along with fellow 90s lovers Cole Swindell, LoCash, Tyler Farr, Michael Ray and Chris Lane brought back some of the best songs of the decade all while raising money for an amazing cause.   

Lawrence and Sanders embrace as they close out Sanders’ set together. Photo: Nathan Zucker

After getting the crowd warmed up with “Chattahoochee” and “What I Need To Do” Adam brought out country legend Tracy Lawrence to perform “Alibis” with him.

Chris Lane Photo: Nathan Zucker

Montgomery and Lane listen as the crowd sings “Sold” back. Photo: Nathan Zucker

Chris Lane really got into the spirit with his ensemble and brought out John Michael Montgomery to an electric crowd for his final song “Sold [The Grundy Country Auction Incident].

Aaron Tippin and Michael Ray singing Tippin’s hit “Kiss This”. Photo: Nathan Zucker

Michael Ray’s surprise guest was Aaron Tippin.  The two performed Tippin’s late 90s hit “Kiss This”.  Ray hit his stride with the first chorus of the song to which Tippin and he celebrated with a perfectly timed high five.

Tyler Farr takes the stage. Photo: Nathan Zucker

LoCash brings the energy with 90s legend Joe Diffie. Photo: Nathan Zucker

LoCash is known for their live show and as expected their performance was action packed from start to finish.  They brought out not one but TWO surprise guests, Little Texas and Joe Diffie.  The boys went completely off script hopping into the crowd to belt out a few extra 90s hits while calling the rest of the performers back on the stage to join them.  The climax of it all was when they all performed the legendary third verse of “Friends In Low Places” to the crowd screaming the lyrics at the top of their lungs.

LoCash brings back out all the performers to run through some 90s classics. Image: Nathan Zucker

Cole Swindell hit the stage to close out the night with a bang. Image: Nathan Zucker

Cole Swindell hit the stage and performed “Watermelon Crawl” followed by George Strait’s “Check Yes or No”.  He then closed out his set with Diamond Rio as his surprise guest singing “Meet In The Middle”.

Adam Sanders and friends close the night. Image: Nathan Zucker

Sanders and friends closed the night with a fitting tribute to the late Daryle Singletary’s “Too Much Fun”.  It will be hard to top this lineup but I think Adam is up for the challenge in 2019!

Ashley
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