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Thu, Mar 25


Ormond Beach

The Original O.G. Country Show

Three of Nashville's brightest stars performing LIVE on stage at Ormond Garage featuring Bobby James, Johnny Bulford & Heidi Raye and the Reed Foley Band.

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The Original O.G. Country Show
The Original O.G. Country Show

Time & Location

Mar 25, 2021, 7:00 PM – 11:59 PM EDT

Ormond Beach, 48 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, FL 32174, USA


About the event

Doors open at 6pm, Music starts at 7 for the Original O.G. Country Show featuring three of Nashville's most talented stars Bobby James, Johhny Bulford with Heidi Raye and Reed Foley. Ormond Garage will have food and drinks specials all night to keep you singing along. Tickets are $10 pre-sale or $15 at the door. 

Bobby James

Originally out of Berea, Ky… Bobby James is a singer/songwriter artist that is based out of Nashville, Tennessee. He has been in Nashville for 8 years now and has definitely paid his time on the circuit to become one of the most seasoned musicians of his age.  Everyone that comes to any of his shows will let you know that he has a way of communicating to the crowd to make them feel a part of the whole experience. Bobby James is simply a musician that enjoys what he does and is very professional and experienced in his craft.  Playing from as far north as Wisconsin and Pennsylvania to as far south as Key West, Florida. He has been spreading his music to all markets for the last 8 years based out of Nashville and many years before that in Kentucky.  He has enjoyed the road to getting where he is at today and is looking forward to a long road of success in the future!

Johnny Bulford

       When you grow up in a family with a rich musical history and influence you can’t escape the impact it has in your life and Johnny Bulford is no stranger to the world of music. Some of that rich history goes back to his granddad, LeRoy Davis, who toured Paris in the 30s while in a jazz band. Like a scenario out of one of your favorite books, Davis whistled on the ship to pay for his passage over to the City of Lights when he was just 20 years old. He along with his 9 brothers influenced all of the family with their gift of music and talent to play just about any instrument. With an upbringing like that it was no wonder Bulford would follow the very talent that coursed through his veins from the previous generations.

  The pivotal moment that changed this love and passion of the art into something more of a career occurred at age 12, when Bulford attended a Garth Brooks concert and recalls telling his mom, “Thats what I want to do”. Shortly after he picked up a guitar, learned to play and began honing his craft and focus onto songwriting. By the age of 15, Johnny was quite busy, performing all over Central Florida, landing opening act spots for artists such as Blake Shelton, Josh Turner, Gretchen Wilson and Tracy Lawrence as they brought their tours to his home state; even gigging as far north as Alabama, all the while releasing his first independent album “Southern Thing”.

  The time came when Johnny made the decision to split his time between his love of music and academics as he enrolled at the University of Central Florida in 2003 as a business marketing major with a minor in English. A self-professed nerd with high SAT scores and a Florida “Bright Futures” program scholarship in his back pocket, he managed to balance the demands of college while continuing to perform and promote his second independent album “What Happens Here Stays Here”.

Reed Foley

From the mountains of Sparta, North Carolina to the stages of Nashville, Tennessee, singer-songwriter Reed Foley is making a name for himself in the world of country music.  His southern accent and raw vocals demonstrate solid authenticity from the first note.  Starting with neighborhood performances at the young age of 16, his talents have taken him from small town bars to some of NASCAR’s biggest stages.  In March 2017, Reed released his first single, Who's Turning You On and that same day opened for Tyler Farr and Jason Aldean at Runaway Country Music Festival.  Following the release of his single he was soon after invited to open for William Michael Morgan.  When not performing, the artist can be found on 16th Avenue writing with some of the industry’s best.


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