If you're a fan of country music and stand-up comedy, step right up to catch a show as Rodney Carrington
heads out on his very own tour! Hailing originally from Longview, Texas, Carrington has made his name as a nationally renowned
comedian, actor, and country singer. He blends each of his country songs with a dose of humor, and this unique style has captivated
audiences for years. Having issued a string of recordings and toured nonstop since 1999, this red-hot performer shows no signs
of slowing down anytime soon. This man of many gifts is one you don't want to miss seeing live on a big stage before your
eyes! Go ahead and book a pair of tickets at StubHub while there's still some available!
Carrington will be performing on Feb. 20 at the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY, Feb. 21 at Casino Rama in Rama, ON, Feb. 22
at the Broome County Forum in Binghamton, NY, Feb. 28 and Mar. 1 at Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, MS, Mar. 28 and
29 at Chinook Winds Casino in Lincoln City, OR, Apr. 3 at Jack Singer Concert Hall (ECPA) in Calgary, AB, Apr. 4 at Casino
Regina in Regina, SK, Apr. 5 at River Cree Casino in Enoch, AB, Apr. 18 at the City National Grove of Anaheim in Anaheim,
CA, May 3 at Fred Kavli Theatre-Thousand Oaks Civic Arts in Thousand Oaks, CA, May 16 and 17 at The Joint at Hard Rock Casino
Tulsa in Catoosa, OK, May 24 at Winstar Casino Global Events Center in Thackerville, OK, and May 25 at Winstar Casino Global
Events Center in Thackerville, OK.
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Carrington has released six full-length studio albums
and a greatest-hits compilation, all through Mercury Records and Capitol Records.
comedy act usually provides a combination of stand-up comedy and several of his original songs. In 2004, he had his own sitcom
Rodney that lasted for two seasons on ABC, which was largely based on his own life. He also starred in the 2008 movie Beer
for My Horses.
Carrington worked as a comedian in a variety of small venues, becoming publicly known through radio programs
like The Bob and Tom Show. His debut country music album, 1998's Hangin' with Rodney, was released through Nashville's Mercury
Records. The disc, comprised of both standup comedy and original songs, included the single "Letter to My Penis" and reached
its peak at No. 73 on the Top Country Albums chart. He decided to relocate to Capitol Nashville to record his next album,
Morning Wood, which was released in 2000. The CD became his first Top 20 album, and yielded the single "More of a Man," which
climbed to No. 71 on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Carrington followed that up with the live album Live: C'mon
Laugh You Bastards, which failed to climb the charts.
Carrington issued his third album via Capitol in 2003, titled
Nut Sack. The disc spawned the single "Don't Look Now," which rose to No. 60. He finally put out a greatest hits package in
2004, which was composed of songs from his Capitol albums on two discs. One disc consisted of stand-up routines, and the other
contained songs. The greatest hits album also included his first non-comedy song, "Things We Didn't Know." He later released
the album King of the Mountains in 2007, which included his second non-comedy song, "Angel Friend." The song was a tribute
to his close friend, Barry Martin, who died in 2003.
Carrington issued his sixth Capitol album, El Niño Loco, in
2009. The disc is strictly comprised of serious songs, making it Carrington's first non-comedy album. That same year, Carrington
put out a Christmas album called Make It Christmas. The album's lead single, "Camouflage and Christmas Lights," was released
in December 2009, and turned into his first Top 40 country hit.
Carrington's 1998 album Hangin'
with Rodney climbed to number 73 on the US Country chart. His 2000 album Morning Wood reached number 18, while 2003's Nut
Sack landed at number 14. 2007's King of the Mountains reached number 15, while 2009's El Niño Loco climbed to number
Carrington's compilation album titled Greatest Hits was released in 2004 via Capitol Nashville. His live album Live:
C'mon Laugh You Bastards was issued in 2001 through Capitol Nashville. Throughout his career, his singles have included 1998's
"Letter to My Penis" and 1999's "Dancin' with a Man" off the album Hangin' with Rodney, 2000's "More of a Man" off Morning
Wood, 2003's "Don't Look Now" off Nut Sack, 2007's "Show Them to Me" off King of the Mountains, 2009's "If I'm the Only One"
off El Niño Loco, and 2009's "Camouflage and Christmas Lights" off Make It Christmas. His music videos have consisted
of ones for 1998's "Dancin' with a Man," 2000's "More of a Man," and 2009's "If I'm the Only One."