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Fort Sill Summer Concert announces lineup

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FORT SILL, OK (KSWO) –The Fort Sill Summer Concert lineup has been announced and it’s full of some pretty big names.

Country music star and recording artist David Nail is this year’s featured artist alongside Charles Esten and Claire Bowen from ABC’s Nashville. Filling out the concert is season 3 winner of The Voice, Cassadee Pope.

Grammy-nominated recording artists David Nail’s third album, ‘I’m a Fire,’ was included on multiple Best of lists. “Whatever she’s got,” the album’s first single, went platinum and was one of Billboard’s top three country songs of 2014.

Charles “Chip” Esten has been in multiple on-air roles including ‘The Office,’ ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation,’ ‘ER’ and many others. One of his most recent roles has been as Deacon Claybourne in ABC’s ‘Nashville.’

Another ‘Nashville’ star coming to the stage at Fort Sill is Claire Bowen, who plays Scarlett O’Connor.

Cassadee Pope won season 3 of ‘The Voice’ and continues to create new music for her fans. Pope’s debut album ‘Frame by Frame’ included the hit song ‘Wasting all these tears,’ which went platinum.

Gates open at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 25, and the show starts at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the gate. They’ll go on sale mid-May at Adventure Travel and EZ-Go.

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