Tanya Tucker announced the news of her two Ryman Auditorium shows this summer in a creative way yesterday (April 3), riding through the streets of downtown Nashville on a stunning world-champion black Friesan stallion, “Lauwe The Magnificent,” according to the Tennessean.
The ride created quite a moment for fans and tourists in Music City, and occurred in celebration of her induction into The Country Music Hall of Fame as well as her two upcoming Ryman shows on June 3 and 4, her forthcoming album, and more.
The media moment was also meant to raise awareness for Redemption Road Rescue, an equine rescue nonprofit in Jackson, Tennessee. The organization has helped horses and owners in need since 2009 by taking in and housing horses, ponies, donkeys and mules in various stages of rehabilitation. The surrendered and/or seized animals are rehabilitated and then offered for adoption. Tucker reportedly adopted a colt and its mother from the rescue in 2021.
Tickets for Tucker’s Ryman shows go on sale this Friday, April 7, with additional tour dates to be announced soon. Fans can sign-up for exclusive artist presale access tomorrow. Tucker has partnered with PLUS1 on the shows, with a dollar per ticket going to support Farm Aid and their work to cultivate a vibrant and resilient family farm-centered system of agriculture in America. For more information, click here.
“The Ryman is the Mother Church of Country Music,” shares Tucker. “It’s my favorite place in the world to play! But this time it’s not just one show…it’s two!! I’m more than excited to be performing June 3 and 4. And I bet they’ll be a few surprises!! Tanya Mother Tucker is coming to the Mother Church and I can’t wait!!!”
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