Granger Smith Announces New Date at Frog Alley
Yee Yee! Big news for all of you country music lovers craving some live music. Granger Smith was supposed to be at Frog Alley Brewing in Schenectady back in March, but that show was postponed because of the pandemic and rescheduled for October. While that October show isn't happening, we are excited to tell you about the latest announcement involving the Capital Region return of Granger Smith.
It's 2020, all bets are off and we have no choice but to go with the flow. Many shows that were scheduled before the pandemic have been canceled, some were even rescheduled only to be canceled again. That's pretty much what's been happening with our guy Granger Smith. But some good news to report; Granger has locked down a date at Frog Alley Brewing in Schenectady and we're excited to share the details with you here.
The new date is Saturday May 1st, and it's happening at Frog Alley Brewing in Schenectady. The block party starts at noon and will go until 7pm and there will be additional live music, food vendors, and more. It's a 21 + event.
General Admission Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 day of the show and can purchased here.
*Tickets purchased for the March 14th/Oct 3rd date will now be honored for 5/1/21
Granger Smith released his 10th album Friday called Country Things,Volume 1 featuring his latest song "That's Why I Love Dirt Roads." The album, according to Taste of Country, features a collaboration with his alter ego Earl Dibbles Jr. as well as a few songs written by Florida Georgia Line.
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