Country Music Singer John King to Perform Live in Charles City Sunday Night
Charles City’s Fourth of July weekend celebration gets a dose of country music Sunday night with John King performing Sunday night in Central Park.
According to his website, his single, “Try Saying Goodbye,” has garnered more than 15 million streams and has been added to 30 major market radio stations including Atlanta, Boston and Seattle. The song was named one of Rolling Stone’s Top 10 Country Songs.
King says his music influences include a varied background.
King says his performances are also still being shaped by touring with country superstars Blake Shelton and Jason Aldean.
King takes the stage at about 8 p.m. Sunday night in Charles City, right after the annual Hot Dog Eating contest. King says he likes his hot dogs with “the works” and, while never having been in a hot dog eating contest, thinks he could eat 10 to 15 before he had to “tap out.”
You can hear our interview with John King below and during the lunch hour today (07.01) on 95.9 KCHA.
Check out www.johnkingcountry.com for more information on King.
Additional John King info: Nashville singer/songwriter John King, who has a number of Top 40 Country Music Chart hits to his credit. His debut single “Tonight, Tonight” was released in 2014 and made the Top 40 on Country Airplay in September of that year. It was also featured on CBS during an NFL Thursday Night Football telecast.
The Georgia native, who now resides in Nashville, Tenn., co-wrote Randy Houser‘s single “We Went,” which reached #1 on Mediabase and Billboard Country Airplay Charts. It also scored King his first ASCAP Songwriter Award in 2016. In addition, he wrote the Hootie and The Blowfish song “Rollin” that was released November 1, 2019.
The video for King’s 2017 song “I Still Pick Up” was voted Top 10 on the CMT Countdown and he signed on with Sony/ATV Nashville in April 2018. According to the singer’s website, the single “Try Saying Goodbye” has garnered more than 15 million streams and 30 major market radio adds including Atlanta, Boston and Seattle. It was named one of Rolling Stone’s Top 10 Country Songs.
The magazine American Songwriter said of King’s debut album ‘Always Gonna Be You,’ that he “shines light on the most important things in life: family and faith … the album “establishes (King) as a boundless artist with an undeniable talent for truth-telling.”
King recently broke 50 Million All Time Streams and has toured with the likes of Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, Sam Hunt and Travis Tritt. Check out www.johnkingcountry.com for more information on King, who will take the stage in Charles City at approximately 8 p.m., depending on when the annual Hot Dog Eating Contest in the park wraps up beforehand.