Kristian Bush on 97.7 KICM
Kristian Bush went on 97.7 KICM to talk about performing at the upcoming Musselman's Apple Sauce Family Skating Tribute in Oklahoma City on Oct. 18.
Bush, best known as one half of country super-duo Sugarland, has been leaving his mark on music for more than two decades. His debut solo album, Southern Gravity, features the Top 20 single "Trailer Hitch" and was released to rave reviews from Rolling Stone, The Boston Globe, and the Sydney Morning Herald, among many others. Country Weekly called it the "feel-good album of the year.
Tickets for Musselman's Apple Sauce Family Skating Tribute are on sale now and can be purchased at the box office, by phone at (800) 745-3000 or online at Ticketmaster.com.
Musselman's Apple Sauce Family Skating TributeMore Info
Platinum-selling recording artist Kristian Bush – best known as one half of country super-duo Sugarland - will perform live in the family-themed show, Musselman’s Apple Sauce Family Skating Tribute, featuring figure skating stars Olympic gold medalists Scott Hamilton, Ekaterina Gordeeva and Ilia Kulik, two-time Olympic medalist Irina Slutskaya, and Olympic silver medalist Paul Wylie, along with many others.
All of the featured performers are parents and their children will be featured in the show.
The show will take place on Sunday, October 18 at Cox Convention Center at 2:00 p.m. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Monday, July 20 and will be available at the Chesapeake Energy Arena box office, by phone at (800) 745-3000 or online at CoxConventionCenter.com. Tickets will be available for $25, $59, $89 and $125.
Hosted by skating champions (and parents) Kristi Yamaguchi and Michael Weiss, the star-studded cast in addition to Hamilton, Gordeeva, Kulik, Slutskaya, and Wylie is scheduled to feature:
- World Champion and six-time U.S. champion Todd Eldredge
- Three-time U.S. champion and two-time World bronze medalist Michael Weiss
- European Champion Bronze Medalists and seven-time British ice dance champions (and siblings) Sinead & John Kerr
- Six-time U.S. ice dance champion Naomi Lang