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Take Kid Rock, Hank Williams Jr and Toby Keith, mix with a little "Dirty South" rap influence, and what you get is Colt Ford, former golf pro-turned-country music's first legitimate rap star. His debut album, "Ride Through The Country", came out in 2008, featuring some of his friends and influences, from country stars Jamey Johnson and John Michael Montgomery to rapper Bonecrusher and RnB artist Attitude. Check our available Colt Ford concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!




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Colt Ford is quite the anomaly in country music. While radio has yet to make room for him, Ford has cultivated a rather strong "underground" following over his last three albums. Even more impressively, he's managed to do this on his own label, Average Joe's. It's this grass-roots approach that I think makes him such an interesting "underground" act -- made all the more interesting by his very non-standard genre choice of country-rap...
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From the moment artists make their first album, their goal is to not only entertain an audience but they also want to evolve as an artist and while I originally loved Chicken & Biscuits it really felt different than Ride Through The Country and not in a completely good way. So it was with a little bit of trepidation that I took to listening to Colt Ford's third full-length album Every Chance I Get. Would we get more of Chicken and less Ride or the other way around...
- www.roughstock.com
From the moment artists make their first album, their goal is to not only entertain an audience but they also want to evolve as an artist and while I originally loved Chicken & Biscuits it really felt different than Ride Through The Country and not in a completely good way. So it was with a little bit of trepidation that I took to listening to Colt Ford's third full-length album Every Chance I Get. Would we get more of Chicken and less Ride or the other way around...
- roughstock.com
The first time I heard â??Nothing in Particular,â? the sixth track on Colt Fordâ??s new album Chicken & Biscuits, I couldâ??ve sworn guest vocalist Sunny Ledfurd sang the following line: â??So much of nothing on the schedule now/And Iâ??m inviting all of yâ??all to hell.â? Of course, upon re-listen I realized that the word is â??help,â? not â??hell...
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When Colt Ford released his debut album Ride Through The Country in 2008 even he couldn't have predicted that the record would sell 150,000 copies without the benefit of a hit single. Add the fact that Colt Ford makes country music with 'rapped' verses and the Ride album was an even harder sell. Music row labels wouldn't touch it so Colt released on his own co-owned label Average Joes Entertainment...
- roughstock.com
It would very easy to dismiss Colt Ford's debut album "Ride Through The Country" as nothing more than another sign that country music has lost its way but to do so would be a mistake. Yes, Colt Ford is a rapper, yes he raps over country melodies and beats but not nearly the same way that Cowboy Troy did. While Cowboy Troy's fun music often felt like a novelty, Colt Ford's "Ride Through The Country" is an underground, indie rap album that recalls southern rapper Bubba Sparxx...
- roughstock.com
Colt Ford is anything but the traditional country music artists yet when you listen to his albums it's hard to deny the love he has for country music. It's in the lyrics; it's in the melodies and most of all it's in Colt Ford. He is country music. With radio embracing lots of artists who borrow elements from other genres, Colt Ford offers up a new flavor, that of the 'rap' or 'talking' or spoken word instead of singing...
- roughstock.com
Colt Ford's ability to connect with an audience that many didn't know existed has lead to a massively-successful tour with a string of successful albums that has given the star millions of albums and tracks sold. With Thanks For Listing Colt Ford stretches himself more than he's done before while also bringing more star-packed collaborations than before, which is saying something for a man who has previously collaborated with Ronnie Dunn, Wynonna, John Anderson, Brantley Gilbert, Joe Diffie,...
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