Festivals to feature Russell Dickerson and Maddie & Tae
Radio and TV personality Bobby Bones’ musical comedy band Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots announced plans for their inaugural Bobbyfest – an all day, family-friendly music festival hitting two cities over two days — New Braunfels, TX on September 4th and Wichita, KS on September 5th. The Raging Idiots will headline both evenings and have tapped special guests Russell Dickerson and Maddie & Tae as part of the musical lineup, with more event details to be revealed over the coming weeks. Tickets for both dates are on-sale now at Ticketmaster.com.
Amping up anticipation for Bobbyfest, the band shared their new project Award Winning EP will be available on May 14th. Serving as an introduction to the new music, the new track “Can’t Say That (In A Country Song)” featuring Jon Pardi, is available now. The upcoming EP follows the success of fan-favorite hits like “The Target Song,” “Hobby Lobby Bobby” and “The Emoji Love Song” and features three fresh new tracks.
Later this month, Bones’ highly-anticipated travel TV series Breaking Bobby Bones, which he hosts and executive produces, is slated to debut with two back-to-back episodes on May 31st on National Geographic. He is the official in-house mentor on ABC’s American Idol, currently mentoring the Top 12 contestants with new episodes airing Sunday’s and Monday’s 8 pm EST.
Bones is host of the nationally syndicated radio show The Bobby Bones Show, which broadcasts to over 170 stations and is the No. 1 country morning show with millions of weekly listeners. The show recently garnered its second Country Music Association Award for National Broadcast Personality of the Year and fourth ACM Award for National On-Air Personality of the Year and earned Bones the title of youngest-ever inductee into the prestigious National Radio Hall of Fame. Bones also serves as host and executive producer of Opry, a weekly TV program airing highlights from the Grand Ole Opry stage on Circle Network.