Murat Theatre at Old National Centre | Indianapolis, Indiana
A Firecracker concert filled with memorable country tunes will welcome you this March 23 as the multi-platinum country star Josh Turner brings his limited tour to Indianapolis, Indiana. The "Your Man" hitmaker is sure to give you the chills as he sports his unmistakable distinctive and deep baritone singing voice on this memorable Saturday evening. You can definitely ask your concert buddy, "Why Don't We Just Dance?" as you immerse yourself in the upbeat and groovy tunes that defined Turner's career over the years. You are welcome to dance, but you are more than welcome to sing along to his hits, including "Would You Go With Me," "All Over Me," "Time is Love," "Long Black Train," and "Hometown Girl," among many others. Known for his charismatic personality and distinctive voice, Turner is sure to make this concert one for the books. So be sure to book your tickets as early as today. Don't miss your chance to be part of this extraordinary musical journey. Click the "Get Tickets" link to place orders.
Josh Turner is a country and gospel singer-songwriter. He broke out with his traditionalist style and deep, distinctive voice. His sound is an homage to classic country artists, such as Johnny Cash, Randy Travis, Hank Williams, and John Anderson. He caught attention with his debut album, "Long Black Train," in 2003. Since then, he has captured hearts with his intimately faithful music.
Before Turner became an established solo performer, he was the leading figure of a gospel group he named Thankful Hearts. However, a throat lesion took him out of the stage. Taking advantage of the downtime, he started to train in singing classically. He became a better singer after he healed.
Unlike other country musicians, he had a strong boost in his career when he received the big chance to perform at the Grand Ole Opry in 2001. He performed his breakout debut, "Long Black Train," the full album that he released that same year. It did not take long for the mainstream to catch up when the album spent forty weeks on the charts.
Right on the bat, he included gospel songs in his releases. By the time his sophomore album "Your Man" came out, he had put out "Me and God." This song was the first out of a slew of Christian songs he became successful in and was very proud of.
His gospel repertoire turned into its fullest form with "I Serve a Savior." This 2018 album was a country and Christian chart hit. Critics praised it for its comforting tunes and lyrics that embrace courage and faith amidst many struggles. "I Saw the Light," a collaboration with bluegrass gospel singer Sonya Isaacs, was his most successful track. "I Pray My Way Out of Trouble" with Bobby Osborne, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," and a rerecording of "Me and God" followed suit in success.
The country/ gospel specialist will approach 2024 with a tour. The months of January up to June will be special for Turner's fans as he visits multiple venues nationwide. Among these performances will be at the Murat Theatre on March 23.
The country duo Smithfield will be opening for him in this concert. This musical project was conceived out of a childhood friendship by Jennifer Fiedler and Trey Smith. They are responsible for country hits like "Sunday Best" and "Like I Never Loved You." Catch Turner and Smithfield in this much-awaited concert. You can now get tickets!