Idaho Musician to Open for Clay Walker in Pocatello on Saturday
Calling all country music lovers in Boise! If you're looking for fun weekend plans, and if you'd like to get out of dodge for a little while and experience new things, consider making the trip to Pocatello this weekend to see the legendary country music artist, Clay Walker!
Plus, there's an incredibly talented musician, born and raised in Idaho, who will be opening the show! Pocatello is a little bit of a drive from Boise, but let me tell you why it's absolutely worth it for this...
Clay Walker's undeniable talent and timeless sound has made him a renowned artist in the country music scene. From his chart-topping hits like "What's It to You" and "Live Until I Die," to his soul-stirring ballads like "This Woman and This Man," Clay's music resonates with fans across generations.
This is a concert where you will create lasting memories, sing along to your favorite hits, and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of a country music event. Simply put, the guy is a legend, and seeing him live is an opportunity that Boise locals shouldn't miss.
Plus, you're supporting Idaho talent.
Idaho musician, Brian Martin from Pocatello, will be opening the show! And this isn't his first rodeo, as he's a Nashville recording artist, and he's even performed on this stage before for Clint Black.
"For me country tells a story," says Brian in our recent interview with him, "and it resonates with a lot of people. I enjoy watching people at country concerts just release and forget about the headaches of every day life. And I figure, if I've got the voice to do it, and if I can help somebody not worry... then that's what I'm going to do, and that's what keeps me motivated to do this."
Why should people from Boise drive to Pocatello for this show?
Brian answered, "They've been getting some real A-list musicians out here, and the Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheater is an awesome venue. The atmosphere is amazing, and Pocatello is a good crowd. They want big events out here, too, and it's always a positive experience, so I'm honored to play at this venue again."
Brian mentioned they're excited to get everybody ramped up for Clay, but they're also excited to get people amped up for the 4th of July!
He said, "We're going to boost up our military and first responders, firefighters, police officers, EMTs, nurses, and doctors... Because that's what the 4th of July is all about — that should be the most important holiday that we celebrate every year."
So, gather your friends and family, hop in the car, and make the trip to Pocatello to see Brian Martin and Clay Walker at the amazing Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheater.
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