Merle Haggard Tour/Concert Schedule
It could be the Pepsi Center in Denver, Harrahs in Atlantic City, or any of
the other top-tier venues that the Merle Haggard might show up at, this is just one of those country superstars that you have
to see up close and personal sooner or later if you're a country music fan. Head out and see what all of the excitement is
about by snagging a few seats, which will bring you to the forefront of the action as Merle Haggard looks to rock the stage
once again at a venue near you in a show that is guaranteed to be the talk of the town leading up to the opening ballad. As
soon as you're there watching Merle take the show to the next level, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.
is an American country music singer who you just can't duplicate anywhere outside of the stands alongside your fellow fans,
though that's not something that you're going to learn sitting on your couch wondering how the concert is getting on. Put
down the remote and see for yourself what has Merle Haggard fans eagerly anticipating each and every one of their major shows
as she tours the country. Once you're there in the stands watching Merle Haggard take to the stage for a highly anticipated
show, you'll think twice about ever trying to substitute the live concert experience with a playlist and a sound system.
Did you know that Merle Haggard has been active for more than 50 years?
First officially being on
the scene in 1963, Merle has been putting together amazing country music ballads for a very long time, making him the type
of musician whose music is passed down from one generation to the next. With the nickname Hag, Merle has played alongside
some of the biggest names in country music history in that time span, including Tony Keith, Alan Jackson, George Strait and
many, many more, solidifying him as nothing short of a legend of the country music scene in the process.
If you're a tried-and-true country music lover then you've no doubt heard of Merle Haggard, or "The Hag,"
as he's better known to his fans. This talented outlaw country singer has been entertaining audiences of all ages for half
a century, first finding fame in the 1970s, but continuing to release successful albums throughout the 90s and 2000s. He has
been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, and is one of the most beloved musicians
in the country.
Born in Oildale, California, Merle Haggard is now considered a country music icon, and a pioneer in
the outlaw country music movement. In addition to his singing and songwriting, Haggard is a multi-instrumentalist, who can
easily command both a guitar and fiddle. Along with Buck Owens, Haggard and his band The Strangers helped create the Bakersfield
sound, which is characterized by the unique twang of a Fender Telecaster and a blend of steel guitar sounds and modern vocal
harmonies. It produces a less-polished sound compared to other Nashville Sound recordings. With an impressive string of albums
under his belt, it's no surprise that Merle was inducted into both the Country Music Hall of Fame, as well as the Oklahoma
Music Hall of Fame. Come see this legendary country music artist for yourself.
a rough beginning, Merle Haggard decided to turn his life around and started performing again and began recording with Tally
Records. While performing in Las Vegas, Haggard heard Wynn Stewart perform "Sing a Sad Song," and asked if he could record
the song. The song soon became a national hit with Haggard's voice as the vehicle, and he earned his first top 10 record.
He was a star right out of the gate, and continued to produce chart-topping records well-into the 2000s. Today, the country
music icon continues to put together one great tour after another, giving country music fans plenty of opportunities to get
out and join in the excitement as Merle hits some of the best venues in the country.
world-class country singer knows a things or two about connecting with a live audience, making it always a good idea to put
down the remote and head out for a night of music that will have you reaching for the playlist as soon as you get home. The
concert experience is nothing short of unbelievable, as any fan can attest, though you're way, way off if you think that you're
going to find a similar experience sitting at home cranking your favorite Merle Haggard tunes. When you're there and Merle
is bringing the house down, you'll be glad that you're not sitting at home daydreaming about how amazing the big show is probably
getting on, as it's a completely different thing to be right in the middle of the show when Merle busts out one of your favorite