The Ranch Presents
Callie Bobson, McKenna Faith
1285 Mission Street
San Miguel, CA, 93451
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 18 and over
Watch & Listen
"People are ready for real country music again," says Randy Houser, and there are few people in a better position to give it to them.
Blessed with one of his generation's great voices, he is also a world-class songwriter, penning hits for artists including Trace Adkins and Justin Moore, and a seasoned entertainer known for the passion and energy he brings to every performance.
His debut album, Anything Goes, introduced him as an exceptional artist, someone with both a cutting-edge sound and a deep respect for classic country. Fans, media and peers alike recognized that he possesses an artistic vision equal to his formidable talent.
Country Music Artist McKenna Faith is currently touring the nation in support of her sophomore album We Like Trucks (featuring Toby Keith’s Band) which showcases a wide range of songs that Faith wrote or co-wrote herself; from the tongue-in-cheek Mama’s Boy, sassy Catch 22, rodeo-anthem California Can Chaser, to heart-touching ballads like I Hope You Know & Let Me Go. This California girl with Nashville Dreams is making a name for herself in the country world…
“McKenna Faith delivers 1st class, high-energy, boot stomping country music…”
–Blake Shelton Cruise Promoters
In 2011 Faith launched a tour to promote her debut album Sugar & Spice, from sharing the stage with Dierks Bentley, Thompson Square, and Luke Bryan performing in front of more than 7,500 people; to the 70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Ceremony at the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial in Honolulu, Hawaii…
In 2012 Faith performed over 80 concerts, including the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, and in the Caribbean on the Blake Shelton Cruise, where she performed alongside country superstars Blake Shelton, Trace Adkins, Neal McCoy, Lee Brice, Easton Corbin, Jerrod Niemann, Frankie Ballard & more…
“…a true pro, a unique blend of traditional country with shades of rock & pop…”
– The Press Democrat