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- Meet & Greet backstage with all the stars. Yes, we mean all the stars. 15 Pairs will Win.
- Autographed guitars by all the performers and sports stars. 5 Winners
- Autographed baseballs signed by your favorites. 10 Winners
- Upgrade your standard ticket to VIP. 10 Winners
- Keni Thomas’s new book “Get It On!” signed by the author. 2 Winners
- Win a chance to sing a Joe Nichols song on stage to impress your friends. 1 Winner
- Keni Thomas will tell you backstage one Ranger secret that will scare Chuck Norris. 1 Winner
- Ben Broussard will teach you backstage the patented “Ben Broussard Smile” to melt the ladies hearts. 1 Male Winner
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Matt Williams was a five-time All-Star and one of baseball’s best third basemen after winning four Silver Slugger and Gold Glove Awards during his 17-year Major League career with the San Francisco Giants, Cleveland Indians and Arizona Diamondbacks. He was a member of the D-backs’ 2001 World Championship team and currently serves as the club’s third base coach.
Joe Nichols received new artist awards from the Country Music Association, Billboard, Radio & Records, Music Row and the Academy of Country Music after first making a name for himself in Nashville nearly 10 years ago. Since then, he has received four Grammy nominations, a CMA Album of the Year nomination and a New York Times’ Best-Albums-of-the-Year nod. Nichols’ multiple RIAA platinum and gold albums and singles include chart-toppers such as “Brokenheartsville,” “Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off” and “Gimme That Girl.”
Keni Thomas, a former combat veteran with the elite 75th Ranger Regiment special operations unit, makes time for military and veteran causes and is a national spokesperson for the Hero Fund and the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. His current album, Gunslinger, was received with critical acclaim. The project yielded hit singles, including “Shreveport to LA,” which dominated GAC’s Top Country Video chart for 16 weeks, and the title track, “Gunslinger,” which landed in the Top 10 on CMT.
Ben Broussard was a .263 hitter with 87 home runs during a seven-year Major League career from 2002-08, including slugging 69 home runs during a five-year span for the Indians. Broussard spent his time away from the field playing guitar and writing songs, eventually releasing his first album, Ben Broussard, in 2005. He released his second album, Renovated, in 2009 after his baseball career concluded. Broussard’s songs have been featured on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” CBS’ “Cold Case,” FOX’s “Bones” and MTV’s “The Real World.”
Hollywood Yates has stepped back to his root’s in the music Industry. He has a uniqueness to his sound that he combines with a presence that is enough to attract attention. When you mix in the fact that the guy can sing an upbeat, rocking, tune with a voice that booms from a 6 feet-4 inche frame over the crowd you can definitely see that this is someone that is about to peak a tremendous interest amongst the industry.
Peter Gammons has covered the game of baseball for more than 40 years and is currently a columnist for MLB.com and an on-air analyst for MLB Network. He was named National Sportswriter of the Year three times and received the J.G Taylor Spink Award from the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006. The longtime guitar player has always had a penchant for independent rock and the blues, and is active in the indie rock scene in his hometown of Boston. Gammons released his debut album, Never Slow Down, Never Grow Old, in 2006.
Bronson Arroyo has been the ace of the Cincinnati Reds’ pitching staff since 2006 and has compiled 112 wins during his 12-year Major League career. Arroyo, who was a member of the Boston Red Sox’ 2004 World Championship team, is a self-taught guitarist but sticks to only singing on stage now because of recurring carpal-tunnel syndrome from too much guitar playing. He released his debut album, Covering the Bases, consisting of 1990s cover tunes in 2005.
Huston Street enters his first season with the San Diego Padres in 2012 after compiling 178 saves and a 3.11 ERA in seven Major League seasons since being named American League Rookie of the Year in 2005 with the Oakland Athletics. Street originally spent $100 on an acoustic guitar and learned how to play to fight boredom while traveling on the road during his first Major League season. He later received a Taylor Acoustic 8 Series guitar as a gift and has not stopped playing it since.
Ed Montague was a MLB umpire for 35 years until announcing his retirement prior to the 2010 season. Montague’s 4,369 games served as an umpired are the eighth-most in the history of the game and he is only one of three umpires to serve as a crew chief in the World Series on four occasions (1997, 2000, 2004, 2007).
SPECIAL GUEST S Sgt. Christopher Hill (ret). was born and raised in Birmingham Alabama where and joined the Marine Corps at the age of 19. He served as a Special Forces Marine for 20 years providing Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Intelligences for over 78 separate real world and combat operations.
He was injured during his fourth tour during a rocket attack in Fallujah, Iraq serving with the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, Intelligence Company in 2005. He sustained a traumatic brain injury, nerve damage, spinal cord injury and severe PTSD. He was hospitalized for over a year recovering from his injuries and dawned a uniform again in 2007. He served the remainder of his Marine Corps career at 4Th Reconnaissance, Smyrna, Georgia and the Wounded Warrior Center, Camp Pendleton, California.