Ronnie McDowell & Amber Hayes


Ronnie McDowell & Amber Hayes

Country star Ronnie McDowell has an amazing string of hit songs that he has amassed over the years, but it is his riveting stage presence and genuine warmth that fills the seats again and again. He will be joined by Amber Hayes as he returns to the Opera House stage this April.


Apr 05, 2019 @ 7:00PM
On Sale Tier 1 price: 40.00 Tier 2 price: 30.00
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Country music legend Ronnie McDowell and Amber Hayes return to the Newberry Opera House again to bring their brand of country to South Carolina.  

Following the death of Elvis Presley in 1977, Ronnie McDowell came out of nowhere to dazzle the world with his heartfelt and self-penned tribute song, “The King is Gone”.  The crossover hit has sold over six million copies to date.

All of a sudden, the young Vietnam Veteran from Portland, Tennessee was a star, and he quickly proved that he wasn’t a one trick pony with huge hits like “Older Women”, “Watching Girls Go By”, “Wandering Eyes”, “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation”, “Personally”, “New York Minute”, and a string of thirty top 40 hits that have crossed over five decades!

Under the tutelage of Conway Twitty, McDowell became a star.  Conway and Ronnie’s duet “It’s Only Make Believe” scored a top five record.  McDowell has just completed his latest collaboration with music legends Bill Medley and Billy Swan with “Bring Back Rock and Roll”.

Amber Hayes has just released her newest song to radio, “To A Boy”.  Standing behind five top forty hits like “C’mon”, “Wait”, “Running Out of Memories”, “Live For Tonight (with Nick Hickman), and “Every Day Is A Good Day”,  Hayes is fast becoming one of country music’s ‘one to watch’. 

Amber had her own touring band at age 7 and came to national attention with the role of Kathy Twitty in the nationally touring musical “Conway Twitty: The Man, The Music, The Legend”.  She has also made her major motion picture debut in “Cowgirls and Angels” with James Cromwell and Bailee Madison and she also starred in “Dakota’s Summer”. 

“It’s always great being in South Carolina and playing with Ronnie McDowell,” Hayes said.  “It’s going to be an incredible night!” 


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