COUNTRY & R&B LEGENDS TO PLAY AT INN OF THE MOUNTAIN GODS IN JULY
MESCALERO, N.M. (June 23, 2017) — Inn of the Mountain Gods brings the best in country and R&B music this July, with country hit-maker Clay Walker taking the stage Friday, July 7 at 8 p.m. and The O’Jays bringing the groovy tunes Saturday, July 15 at 8 p.m. For tickets and the most up-to-date information, visit InnoftheMountainGods.com.
Clay Walker — July 7
Don’t miss multi-platinum country crooner Clay Walker, who takes the stage at 8 p.m. on Friday, July 7. Walker rocked the country scene in 1993 with his debut album that featured the smash single “What’s It to You,” and has since continued to make his mark on the industry. Throughout the duration of his successful career, Walker has released eleven albums and thirty chart-topping country singles, including “Live Until I Die,” “Dreaming with My Eyes Open,” “If I Could Make a Living” and “Rumor Has It.” His most recent album “She Won’t Be Lonely Long” received critical praise from fans and media alike. The country star is no stranger to the spotlight, having produced four platinum studio albums and received various music awards and nominations. Tickets start at $30.
The O’Jays — July 15
The O’Jays are hitting the Inn of the Mountain Gods stage July 15 with the same electrifying energy they’ve had for over 50 years. The O’Jays have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, the Official R&B Music Hall of Fame and were honored with BET’s Life Time Achievement Award. Using their magic formula, often called “The Sound of Philadelphia,” the O’Jays scored their first No. 1 and million-seller hit “Backstabbers.” They subsequently released many chart-topping pop and R&B hits including “Love Train,” “Put Your Hands Together,” and “For The Love of Money.” Today, the songs of The O’Jays are still being used in many movies, commercials and TV shows and are a connection to an era and a sound that formed the soundtrack for the lives of several generations. Don’t miss The O’Jays July 15 at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $30.