Roots & Boots Country Music Fest
Come on down to the farm and enjoy Roots & Boots Country Music Fest with Claudia Hoyser, Mike Younger, Radney Foster and T. Graham Brown. Doors open at 2PM and performances starts around 3PM with Claudia Hoyser followed by Mike Younger then Radney Foster and closing out the night under the countryside stars is T. Graham Brown.
Put on your cowboy boots and join us for Roots & Boots Country Music Fest at Lincoln Hill Farms—a 95-plus-acre historic farm in the picturesque countryside of Canandaigua, New York. It will be an experience like no other. Good brews, eats, vibes and country tunes. Plus, test your skills on the mechanical bull.
- Claudia Hoyser performs 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
- Mike Younger performs 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
- Radney Foster performs 7:00 PM – 8:30PM
- T. Graham Brown performs 8:30 PM – 10 PM
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
T. Graham Brown
It was one of the most vibrant and exciting time periods in Country Music history – the mid-1980s. A new and exciting crop of talents were springing up all over the place – and T. Graham Brown remembers it like it was yesterday. Brown’s initial entry to Country Radio was the sad and soulful “Drowning In Memories.” That Top-40 single helped him to establish himself, and by the winter of 1986, he had warmed up to audiences with the bluesy hit “I Tell It Like It Used To Be.” Other hits quickly followed, with his first self-penned release “Hell And High Water,” which became his first number one song. “I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again” and “Don’t Go To Strangers” were the next releases, which all became chart-toppers.
His audiences continued to make him a radio favorite as he continued to amass more hits like “Darlene,” the smash duet “Don’t Go Out” with Tanya Tucker, and the regret-filled “If You Could Only See Me Now.” At the same time his singles were climbing the charts, T.’s powerful voice could also be heard on radio and television. As the 80s progressed into the next decade, Brown continued to flex his artistic muscle. In recent years, his first-ever Gospel album, Forever Changed, netted him a Grammy nomination, with the promise of more such music on the way. Now entering his fifth decade as an entertainer, T. Graham Brown continues to branch out in his career. For T. Graham Brown, it’s all about a career that he enjoys. He’ll tell you with a grin, “I’ve got a band and a bus, and I’ll keep taking the music to the people as long as God lets me. It’s what I love to do!”
After 30 years in the music business, Radney Foster knows his way around the stage. Whether slinging electric guitar in front of his full band, or picking an intimate acoustic show, Foster has an uncanny knack to connect with an audience. With numerous number one hits to choose from, his shows are a perfect blend of new treasures and beloved classics.
2018 saw Foster expand his storytelling to short fiction, and his shows often incorporate passages from his book—enthralling listeners from the stage of the Grand Ole Opry to Gruene Hall. “You just gotta know when to read, and when to just shut up and sing,” laughs Foster. Foster’s hits include “For You To See The Stars” debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Southeastern Heat Seekers sales Chart for all genres and “For You To See The Stars” was a Top 15 Americana airplay Album.
Mike Younger was a street performer working in New Orleans when he was “discovered” by country music legend Rodney Crowell, who then produced Mike’s debut release Somethin’ In The Air (2000). Since that fateful turn of events, Mike has written, performed, recorded and released an impressive body of work and his music and songwriting continue to earn him new fans all over the world.
His most recent release Burning The Bigtop Down (2021) is the masterful result of a hard-fought battle to reclaim his lost recordings with rock legends Levon Helm and Jim Dickinson and rhythm and blues legends Spooner Oldham and David Hood. Spanning rock, rhythm and blues and country music over the course of his career, Mike Younger is a true survivor and a rare gem in today’s industry.
Claudia Hoyser is an American country music singer, songwriter and social influencer. She has recently supported Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Brantley Gilbert, Ryan Bingham, Whiskey Myers and Mitchell Tenpenny. 2022 is bringing on shows with Toby Keith, Clay Walker, Randy Houser, Chris Young, LOCASH, Jessie James Decker, Chase Rice, Brad Paisley and more!
Her songs have been featured in international movies, national advertising campaigns and have charted consecutively on the Music Row Breakout Charts – all prior to any album release. With over 120 million organic streams on Facebook alone, Claudia’s fingerprint voice and musical palette evokes nostalgic feelings through the gift of modern story or can bring on some dusty edge with her sultry country soul.
Saturday, August 6, 2022 | Doors open 2pm | Advanced Tickets $40.00 | Same Day/At The Door Tickets $50.00 + taxes/fees (buy early and save)
Guests may bring their own lawn chairs. Leashed friendly dogs are permitted. Times are estimates and are subject to change. Food and bar will be open. Children 3 and under are free. Shows are rain or show.