Max T. Barnes @ SongRiders "Live"

The Pollock's, 16 Sandy Lane, Greenbrier

“Max T. Barnes” will perform a 1 night house concert hosted by Jim and Suzy Pollock at the Pollock Ranch in Greenbrier, AR on FRI February 22nd @ 7pm. DOORS OPEN AT 6PM.

Hot Country TV’s 2018 International Artist Of The Year, Max T. Barnes, wrote his first hit song at the age of 19 with Vern Gosdin’s “Way Down Deep". 

He’s been topping the charts ever since including “Let Go of the Stone” by John Anderson, “At the Sound of the Tone” by Dukes of Hazard's John Schneider and “Before You Kill Us All” by Randy Travis.

Max has spent time at the top of the country music charts - 3 Weeks at #1 with “That’s How Your Love Makes Me Feel” by Diamond Rio and 3 Weeks at #1 with the smash hit - Colin Raye's “Love, Me”.

Max has gathered nine #1's and hits & dozens of cuts with album sales nearing 20 million.

“Love, Me", the career launching hit for Colin Raye, also took Max T. to the CMA awards as a “Song of the Year” Nominee. But Max T. did not win that time around because as fate had prevailed, he was up against his dad, legendary songwriter and Hall of  Fame member, the late Max D. Barnes.

His father took home the award that night with  “Look At Us”, a co-write with Vince Gill. “My poor mom didn’t know who to root for”, Max remembers.

Max's songs have been cut by John Anderson, Collin Raye, George Jones, Gene Watson, Randy Travis, Diamond Rio, Joe Diffee, Jodee Messina, Trace Atkins, Mark Wills, Alabama, Ray Stevens, Billie Joe Royal, Hank Cochran, Rhett Akins, Daryl SIngletary, John Schnieder, Cletus T. Judd, Ralph Stanley, Linda Davis, Montgomery Gentry, Vern Gosdin, Skip Ewing, Billy Dean, and many more.

Seating is limited, so get your tickets early for this unique, up-close, musical event.