Adam Calhoun & Demun Jones w/ Crucifix
Adam Calhoun & Demun Jones w/ Crucifix
Presented by Kat Kountry 106.1!
Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day of show, and may be purchased online at JeromeTickets.com, from Diamondz in Jerome, or from any opening band member.
There are also a VERY SMALL number of Reserved tickets available for $30. They get you a reserved seat so you don't need to be at the front of the line to be able to sit (like you'll be sitting anyway, lol). Please note that tickets are non-refundable.
To attend, you must be 15+ with a parent or guardian, or 18+ otherwise. Full bar available to those 21+ with valid ID. Doors are at 7:00pm, show starts at 7:30pm.
Say you're coming to one of our events and get a $59 double room from Quality Inn & Suites. Add another $5 and upgrade your room to a full suite! They're at 1910 Fillmore Ave N in Twin Falls, (208) 734-7494.
--- Adam Calhoun ---
After teaming with country-rapper Hosier in 2017 for an album called Made in America, the militantly pro-military YouTube personality Adam Calhoun pursued his own solo career in 2018. He released AmerAcal, which played upon the patriotic imagery he championed on social media. It also opened with a track called "Huck Fosier" that signaled his split from his onetime partner. Later that year, Calhoun returned with a second full-length, The Throne.
--- Demun Jones ---
Jones Country, Georgia's Demun Jones is probably best known as the songwriting and singing replacement for Brooks Buford in the groundbreaking country and Southern rap duo Rehab. Born and raised in Jones County, which is located just north of Macon, Jones grew up absorbing all kinds of music, from country and Southern rock to Marvin Gaye and Motown, but it was discovering N.W.A. and rap when he was ten years old that really set him on his musical course.
When Buford left Rehab, the other founding member, Danny Boone, kept the Rehab name and tabbed Jones to join him in a reconstituted version of the duo (which had actually grown into a quintet by this time), a spot Jones kept for the next ten years, contributing songs and vocals to 2005's Graffiti the World and 2010's Welcome Home.
He released his first solo album, Jones County, an impressive country hip-hop set that chronicled life in his native Georgia, on Colt Ford's Average Joe's label in the summer of 2014. Returning two years later with his follow-up LP, #Beast, Jones enlisted an all-star cast of Southern rap collaborators including the Lacs, Colt Ford, Big Smo, and Jelly Roll. A deluxe version of #Beast was released in early 2017, including eight remixed bonus tracks.
--- Crucifix ---
Born in Atlanta Georgia, raised in Central and East Africa, Crucifix spent much of his early childhood bouncing from continent to continent, soaking in a wide influence of music, language and culture. At the age of twelve he moved to Africa where he began teaching himself the piano, writing and producing his own music.
In 2005 he released his controversial double disc debut, My Lifes Prayer under the alias BabyBlue, and, in 2006, he was hired on as co-producer, editor and musical mind behind the Atlanta underground film, Crackheads Gone Wild. In July 2010, he released his follow up sophomore album, Cruce Signati, as well as teaming up with Southern HipHop legend Sean Paul of Youngbloodz forming the group Slumdogz. In 2011 his music appeared in VH1's "The T.O. Show" and wound down the year by venturing into the Dead Zone of Chernobyl to film his newest music video and upcoming documentary "Road To Chernobyl". His third album is "Acid Reign", produced by Phivestarr Production, featuring Bubba Sparxxx, Nappy Roots, Sean Paul of Youngloodz and Big Rube of Dungeon Family.
Diamondz Event Center (View)
220 W. Main St
Jerome, ID 83338
|Minimum Age: 15|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|