Fri, May 27|
Red White & Blue for our Heroes ....CREED FISHER Live
Special Guest The Yarbrough Band
Time & Location
May 27, 2022, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Las Cruces, 13060 N Valley Dr, Las Cruces, NM 88007, USA
About the Event
Red White & Blue for our Heroes this Memorial weekend! Kick off your holiday right for this once and a lifetime chance to see CREED FISHER Live in Las Cruces ONLY at the Blue Moon Bar & Grill... with special guest The Yarbrough Band!! Our traditional Firework display to start summer off right!! Tickets go ON SALE April 9th 6AM at HOLD MY TICKET
Little bit about Creed~
Sometimes the best feel-good music is born from pain. Country music’s rebellious sensation Creed Fisher knows it well, tracing his musical, and personal evolution back to a very unlikely, yet specific point of origin - a little blue house. No, it’s not a metaphor, but a real place, and one decorated by hard times and a few bad memories. “It’s starting from rock bottom,” he says of the symbolism. “That’s what the blue house represents in my mind.” While the ghosts of that dark period are something he’ll never forget, Fisher didn’t let his energy get trapped in the past, instead choosing to recognize, process and move forward. All of it served him well in overcoming life’s little kicks in the ass, and along the way, delivering albums full of asskicking good times and chart-topping hits!
Influenced heavily by the wisdom of his grandfather and the musical tastes of his parents (from classic country to hard rock, George Straight to Ted Nugent), Creed Fisher’s childhood dream was to play music, but, as he asserts -“ Life got in the way.” The journey to where he is today, like life, wasn’t a point A to point B road trip; Fisher’s took the proverbial scenic route. “I started writing songs just for therapy, to get things off my chest,” he says of the cathartic beginnings. “My music started in a dark place but it developed from there.” Reflecting on an unconventional entrance into the music business, he says “The odds were always against me.” From the get-go, Fisher’s maturity, attitude and a blue collar background didn’t parlay easily into a scene largely ruled by young people, where social networking protocol was the law. “I was coming at it from a situation where I already raised three kids, I was older, in my mid thirties, and had worked in the oil field for twenty years.” Not one to play the game, he sums up the acrimonious relationship defiantly - “Radio wouldn’t play me and I wouldn’t kiss ass.” So he took his talent elsewhere, and we can all be grateful he did!
The musical end result delivers something for everybody. Fisher promises an album that will take you through every emotion and inspire a hell-raising good time, where “Every song paints a picture.” The vibes on singles ‘Good Ol' US of A’, ‘High on the Bottle’, and ‘This Town,’ he says, “make you wanna drink and go to a honky tonk, make you swell up with pride of where you’re from and who you are, and make you reflect on your life.” He also guarantees a lot of humor with tracks like ‘Don’t California my Texas’ and ‘Girls with big Titties.’
This Place Called USA ~ Creed Fisher