Terri Clark Unplugged at Stoney's Rockin' Rodeo
Terri Clark - Unplugged and Alone Tour -
in concert at Stoney's Rockin' Rodeo
Sunday April 3rd Doors 630PM
with The Brodie Stewart Band and Special Guest Keri Noble
Ticket Options Available:
$30 General Admission Ticket Online
$59 Event Ticket, Reserved Seat & Dinner
$99 Event Ticket, Reserved Seat, Dinner & VIP Meet n Greet with Terri Clark.
NOTE: General Admission Tickets are also available at Stoney's (front or back bar) for $25. Reserved Seat Packages are only available online and quantities are limited.
Dinner is served between 630-830PM and includes your choice of:
1. Asian Marinated Ribeye Steak - served with garlic mashed red potatoes & peppered zucchini
2. Jumbo Shrimp Scampi - served with wild rice pilaf & peppered zucchini
3. Garlic Chicken - served with garlic mashed red potatoes & peppered zucchini
Reserved Seats: The reserved seats are at tables around our dance floor or seats along our dance floor railing. You will have your seat reserved during the entire event and so you can arrive when you wish, however, we suggest dining between 630-830PM.
Doors to our back bar open at 630PM. Our front bar is open all day. The show will begin with special guest Keri Noble singing acoustically, then Terri Clark will take the stage, and the event will conclude with The Brodie Stewart Band.
During the hours of 630-830PM we will have this menu available (for General Admission guests):
1. Asian Marinated Ribeye Steak Full Dinner $20
2. Jumbo Shrimp Scampi Full Dinner $20
3. Garlic Chicken Full Dinner $15
4. Basket of Chicken Strips & Fries & Dipping Sauces $9
AFTER 830PM, we will offer a full concert menu including our famous burgers and quesadillas.
Stoney's Rockin' Rodeo
1320 Del Paso Blvd (between Arden and Highway 160)
916 927-6023 Club Direct
for questions you may contact:
Kevin 916 402-2407 or Barbara 925 858-7849
"Real. Organic. Actual instruments.
"It's who I am, where I've been, what I've done
"This, to me, brings the singer/songwriter thing that's so much a part of me and puts it through the larger, louder aesthetics. And, because of the touring and the way I am,
it's not just seamless, but it finally makes me feel unified."
With The Long Way Home, Terri Clark emerges as her own woman. A platinum-selling artist, a hard-charging performer, a CMA Female Vocalist of the Year nominee, the 8-time Canadian Country Music Association Fan's Choice Entertainer of the Year assumes true ownership of her music: making an album to her own truth and the result is a record that captures the tides of adult lives, great passions and the struggles that mark our journey.
"You know I've put on a lot of miles literally. The more I was looking at what I was doing with my life and career, the more I thought: let's do something really novel, let's tell each other the truth." The desire to get real with her lyrics and her fans was strong for Clark.
Three years earlier, Clark found herself signed to Sony/BMG on the verge of the next phase of what had already been a stellar career. Then her mother Linda was diagnosed with cancer and suddenly her priorities shifted. Pausing, Clark smiles and acknowledges it even made her reconsider the songs she was being asked to sing. "I wasn't connecting with what people wanted me to record. It felt like I was on an assembly line: nothing new, nothing fresh or true to me and it seemed like the fire was going out.
"I realized, I wanted to write and deal with adult issues and deeper things, the things that really really matterat that point, I'd had some great songs for where I was, but if I was still recording things like 'When Boy Meets Girl,' that would be tragic."
So, Terri Clark decided to take the reins back for herself. She asked for a release from one of the most powerful record companies in the world. She had a vision for what she wanted her music to be, to say, to do and she was willing to embrace the risk of making a record on her own to create the music she wanted.
What emerged was an album that was as alive, as strong, as soul-country as the woman herself. Enlisting some of Nashville's best session musicians Shannon Forrest, Glen Worff, Brent Mason, Kenny Greenberg, B James Lowrey, Paul Franklin, John Hobbs, Bryan Sutton, Stuart Duncan, Clark decamped at SoundStage for two days, three sessions and brought her music to life, Whether it's the aggressively turbo-charged country of "Poor Girl's Dreams," the steamy "If You Want Fire," the randy blues-steeped "Gypsy Boots" or the seeking solace in the insanity of "The One You Love," her full-throated tenor continues to blaze with a full spectrum of emotions.
"So we got Studio B. It was cramped, sweaty, very live and we were all on top of each other. But we really went for it rather than dissecting. It was very much a mandate of 'Do what you feel' Everyone was very much in the moment, playing and laughing, doing what they do best and very much feeling these songs. As the writer, it was thrilling to see them respond to what we had."
That approach served us well in the studio. Especially on tracks like "Gypsy Boots," said Clark. "That song's not just about being a musician," allows the woman who's had eleven Top Ten country hits, "but being a freespirit, the things that make you different from everybody else. To embrace that rather than runaway from it, that's a celebration.
"There are fans now who've grown up with me. They were 12, 13 years old, coming with their parents and now they've got kids of their own. They've always come up to me, telling me they feel better about being who they are because I wasn't just a pretty girl, but someone who maybe played that guitar, who laughed too loud, told stories where I was kind of a goof and that's stuck with me.
"If I can do anything for my fans, I want them to feel strong just the way they are" That thinking you should be someone else is examined with compassion on "If I Could Be You," the rush to catch up and be more gets addressed in "Merry Go Round," the will for another to drop their guards and defenses anchor "Tough With Me" and the delicate balance of two lives in one love is explored in "You Tell Me."
"I have a passion for making music, but my life is pretty normal. I've lived a lot of life and made my mistakes," Clark allows. "Sometimes, I think sharing my mistakes has helped my fans relate to me on a deeper level." Clark was by her mothers side during her fight with cancer and with her when her battle came to an end. "In the last several years, I've taken a good, hard look in the mirror, looked at a lot of the things I was doing, ways I was coping, things I was chasing and realized: there is a better way."
"Not only am I not ignoring the big pink elephants, I'm putting it right out there," said Clark. "You know, 'Million Ways To Run' is a hair uncomfortable, but do you know how many people are going through this? Who're really struggling? I've had a lot of years of partying and I had a lot of friends go through it, too. This isn't about being a spokesperson or a hero, it's about telling the truth, my truth, which happens to be a truth a lot of other people live, too
"Just like 'The One You Love' happens to way too many people. All-of-a sudden, there you are.
In the end, it's all part of the journey, what life's about any maybe if we slow down, go a little deeper, we can savor it a bit more. That's why I wrote these songs, made this record: as a reminder for me and my fans."
It would seem Clark's bold move has paid off. Since it's release, The Long Way Home has amassed a stack of glowing reviews from the most knowledgeable critics in the business: from The Tennessean to People Magazine. Country Weekly claimed, "Clark sings with a level of gusty verve and daring we've never heard from her," adding that the album is "the best album of Terri Clark's career."
In an effort to give her fans a more intimate experience when listening to the new album, Clark made another bold decision by hitting the road solo. Armed with her voice, her music and a guitar, Clark set out on a journey; asking her fans to come along and listen. Listen they did. Clark played to one sold out crowd after another, night, after night, after night. , One woman with one guitar, singing her personal truth to the delight of fans and critics alike.
The Long Way Home was absolutely worth the journey. In a world where stars fall from the sky, sizzle substitutes for meaning and people often get so bogged down in the pain, they forget the beauty of living, Terri Clark has come to realize what matters to her. Once she did, she knew how to make music her way: country injected with force, rock, soul, strength, clarity, blues, passion and conviction.
Stoney's Rockin' Rodeo
1320 Del Paso Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95816
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|