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Hey Lonestar Nation!

We are pleased to announce that the 2016 Lonestar Fan Club party will be held on Wednesday, June 8th at 11:00AM in Nashville.

This year's party will be extra special -- the guys themselves are planning all the details to make sure each of you have the ultimate Lonestar experience.

Richie, Dean, Michael and Keech are once again, hosting the party at the Official Lonestar Band Cave. This year's party will include lunch, surprise souvenir, door prizes, and other surprises!  More details will be made available closer to the event.

Tickets go on sale Thursday, March 24th @ 10:00AM Central Time and are $50 each.

Seating for the party is limited  - Click here to purchase.

We hope you’ll make plans to join us for all the fun. If you have any questions, feel free to call the fan club office, 615-297-7002.

With massive hits such as “No News” and “Amazed,” Lonestar quickly cemented their status as one of country music’s biggest acts in the 1990s, but the band has been quiet in recent years. In April, however, Lonestar will release their 10th studio album, Never Enders.

Set for release on April 29, Never Enders will feature 10 new Lonestar songs that “bring the trademark sound into the contemporary arena,” according to a release from Shanachie Entertainment, the band’s label. The project’s title and title track are a tip of the hat to the group’s longevity in country music, an optimistic manifesto of sorts for a band that’s been playing more than 100 shows each year for the past two decades. To read more and listen click here.

The multiplatinum country music group Lonestar will be among the featured performers this summer at the Merced County Fair, organizers announced.

The group of Texans who first began performing together in Tennessee are celebrating their 20th anniversary with an extensive tour, for which they are reuniting with original lead singer Richie McDonald. The Merced appearance is one of more than 90 dates scheduled across North America.

Lonestar, which is known for merging country roots with relaxed rock and pop influences, will perform at the Merced fairgrounds on Saturday, June 11.


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AR 303179920Michael Britt is still amazed by the past 24 years.

The guitarist and his fellow Lonestar bandmates -- Richie McDonald, Keech Rainwater and Dean Sams -- have been able to make music, play shows around the country and have all kinds of fun since they formed in 1992.

And they're nowhere close to being done.

"We enjoy this now just as much as we ever did," said Britt, 49.

Even now, the hit-making country band keeps on truckin'. Britt and his bandmates, who just wrapped up recording their new "Never Enders" album that will drop later this spring, will play a two-show event presented by the Meadville Fraternal Order of Police on Sunday, 1 and 6 p.m., at Allegheny College in Meadville. Special guest Larry Frick will also perform during the shows.

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