Froggy Field Party to host Aaron Lewis and Brian Davis

It is no secret that the Froggy Field Parties are legendary here in Kentucky.  If you have never been, let me tell you that you need to go!  Country radio station, WFKY out of Frankfort, Kentucky, will be showcasing both local and national talent during their 7th Annual Froggy Field Party.  It will be held on August 15, 2015, at the Kentucky Renaissance Fairgrounds on 955 Elm Street in Eminence, Kentucky.  Doors open at 5:00 pm.

Headlining the Froggy Field Party is Aaron Lewis with special guest Brian Davis.  Aaron Lewis has well known for being a singer-songwriter in both the rock band, Staind, as well as setting out on his own as a solo act in country music.  

“Growing up with my grandparents, I was raised on traditional country music. It was the very first music that I listened to. From Waylon to Merle, grandpa would pull out his vinyl records and we would listen,” Lewis recalls in an interview that I did with him in 2013.

North Carolina native Brian Davis is no stranger to the stage, whether it is a honky tonk or stadium.  He recently celebrating being a co-writer of Brantley Gilbert’s number 1 song, “Hell of an Amen.”  His high octane energy filled set is sure to get you grooving.  

When it comes to fans, Brian Davis said, What blows me away on a regular basis is that these guys could have done anything on a Friday night. They could have stayed at night, went to a ballgame, or go out to a vacant field and have a bonfire. But they chose to come here to see us perform. That means everything because ultimately without them we wouldn’t be able to do what we do. To know that we are connecting on that level is massive for me. It’s humbling for me,” Davis recalled. Check out my interview with him by clicking here.

On the Local Stage, Jamie Tingle will be hosting R&R (Rayna & Ramsey), CJ Cumberland, and Ashley Renae Smith.

Tickets are $25 for general admission online, $30 at the door.  All ages are allowed.  Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs if they choose to sit.  Food and drink will be provided on site, so keep your coolers home.  You should slap on some sunscreen and some bug spray – it is a field party outside!  Most importantly – wear comfortable clothes.  There is no need to wear heels (yes I’ve seen chicks wear them) or a big fancy dress.  

Tickets for the event are available at and more information at