Nashville, Tennessee – September 7, 2016 – Owner and executive producer, Steve Celuch, created a brand called Music City Rodeo, to celebrate the American Cowboy and Country Music. Celuch wrote a song called, “The Buckle,” a lyrical legend featuring a cowboy, a calf and a mighty bucking horse, which saves them from a terrible prairie fire. “By integrating song with art, I wanted to capture and convey the elements of my song to create a colorful allegory, with a uniquely Nashville expression. I am told my 64”x80” custom-made Pendleton blanket is creative and beautifully captures the spirit of the song,” said Celuch.
He doesn’t stop there. He also wanted a way to reach out to country fans to provide a live country music experience in a way that offered another choice when visiting Nashville. Called Music City Rodeo “The Real Deal” Live Show, Celuch aims to bring critically acclaimed acts, and starting next April, with Joni Morris Tribute Show to the Music of Patsy Cline. “There are many country music fans out there that love to hear the music of classic country artists, such as Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, and others. To hear their music performed by critically acclaimed artists during their visit to Nashville, will let them experience a time when they, and country music, were both young,” said Celuch.
For more information and sponsorship opportunities, visit MusicCityRodeo.com or contact Steve Celuch, Owner and executive producer.
Music City Rodeo is an entertainment, professional sport and lifestyle brand, celebrating the American Cowboy and Country Music. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Music City Rodeo aims to provide family fun entertainment through planned shows and events like Music City Rodeo “The Real Deal” Live Show, Music City Rodeo “Legends of Cowboys” Pro-Rodeo Event, and more. Music City Rodeo “The Real Deal” 2017 Live Show is about celebrating the legends of Country Music with live tribute shows, where fans can enjoy the music they know and love, through the wonderful voices of professional tribute artists.
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