SYRACUSE – A sold-out crowd came to party with Cody Johnson, Randy Houser, and Tyler Booth at The OnCenter Thursday night.
Singer and songwriter Tyler Booth opened the night with weekend energy and original music. Booth is a Kentucky native who is just getting started in the country music industry – but don’t let that fool you. In 2019, Booth was featured on the Brooks & Dunn Reboot album, joining them on their hit “Lost and Found.” Booth’s performance was exactly what a Thursday night crowd needed to open the night.
WGNA’s 2023 secret star performer Randy Houser brought the house down (yet again) for the second time in New York this week. Houser, a CMA Song of the Year nominee, performed countless number-one hits for fans who couldn’t help but raise their drinks and move their feet. The award-winning country singer never fails to give 110% to his current fans and soon-to-be fans. Houser is one of those artists you can see in a sold-out theater or arena and be speechless every time he performs.
Country Superstar and tour headliner Cody Johnson took the stage with a pocket full of gratitude for everyone who showed up on a Thursday night. Johnson made his appreciation clear throughout the night to country music fans. Without hesitation, Johnson asked first responders, police officers, and active military members in attendance to raise their hands. He then said, “For those who did not raise their hand, look around you. Thank all of those around you. Our freedom can not be bought by a politician, it is fought for by these men and women around us.” His certified gold music will pull on the heartstrings, but his conversations will bring out your emotions.