ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Eric Paslay, Blackhawk, 32 Below perform Saturday at Winter Show

The North Dakota Winter Show will heat up Valley City Saturday with a concert featuring three country music acts. Eric Paslay, Blackhawk and 32 Below each offer a different style of country music. Paslay is a singer/ songwriter who has written hi...

   

The North Dakota Winter Show will heat up Valley City Saturday with a concert featuring three country music acts.

Eric Paslay, Blackhawk and 32 Below each offer a different style of country music.

Paslay is a singer/ songwriter who has written hit songs for other performers, according to information from his website, ericpaslay.com. He has written five No. 1 hits

- “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” for the Eli Young Band, “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” for Jake Owen, “Angel Eyes” for Love & Theft, “Rewind” for Rascal Flatts and “Friday Night” for his debut album. He was nominated for a Grammy in 2016 for his work on “The Driver,” a song performed by Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum and Dierks Bentley. His song “She Don’t Love You” was nominated in the Song of the Year category for the American Country Music Awards.

ADVERTISEMENT

Blackhawk formed in the 1990s and had many hit songs including “Goodbye Says It All,” “Every Once In A While,” “I Sure Can Smell The Rain,” “Down in Flames” and “That’s Just About Right.”

The band is still touring with original members Henry Paul and Dave Robbins. The group has eight albums.

32 Below is a country band from Fargo. Its members, Bryan Loweree, Luke Nygaard, Tyler Waslie and Tyler Steinie, play original works and songs by artists they love, according to information from its website, 32below.net. The band played at the Jamestown Civic Center on Feb. 18 as part of the Jamestown Rural Fire Department’s annual ice fishing tournament.

colson@jamestownsun.com |

(701) 952-8454

What To Read Next
Artists find their style by experimenting with the norm, then varying technique.
Crosby, one of the most influential rock singers of the 1960s and '70s but whose voracious drug habit landed him in prison, has died
Chinese New Year is a time for special meals or to see parades.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Jan. 13 through Ticketmaster.