Mickie James (Country, Rock, and WWE Superstar)

Ticket Prices May Increase

Mickie James (Country, Rock, and WWE Superstar)

Vintage Vixens

Fri · March 30, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$20.00 - $30.00

This event is 18 and over

All Tickets Include a Meet & Greet after Mickie James's performance.

Ticket Prices May Increase.

For any wheelchair or ADA needs, please contact the Box Office in advance of the performance at (678)-384-2363 ext. 1.

Mickie James
Mickie James
James' first country music album, Strangers & Angels, was released on May 18, 2010 on iTunes. The album was self-released with an independent team. On December 2, 2010, James released another single called, "Hardcore Country", which was also used as her entrance music with TNA and on their independent circuit appearances. A music video for the single was first shown during James's first appearance on TNA Spin Cycle. For her second album, James joined a Kickstarter campaign in order to partially fund the album. Fans who contributed donations received special items from the campaign. The online campaign was a success, with a total pledge of $16,500 out of a $5,000 goal. The funds helped to produce the first six songs from the album. The album, called "Somebody's Gonna Pay" was released on May 7, 2013 under the label Entertainment One (eOne) Music, and debuted on the music charts at #15 on the Billboards Heatseekers charts.[195][196] James has also filmed a music video for the song "Somebody's Gonna Pay", from her second album of the same name. The video features former WWE Women's Champion, Trish Stratus and her fiancé Magnus. TNA founder, Jeff Jarrett, was also on set of the video in Nashville, Tennessee. Jarrett did not appear in the video, but taught James how to swing a guitar.[197] While she worked for TNA, James also toured around the United States, holding small concerts at various venues.

James has opened shows for Montgomery Gentry, Randy Houser, Gretchen Wilson, and Rascal Flatts. James also performed at the 2011 CMA Music Festival. James again performed at CMA Fest in 2013, where Eric Young and James Storm also made appearances at the event. Other musical appearances James has made are the 2013 Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association (ECAA) benefit concert on August 24, 2013 [198] and World Chicken Festival in London, Kentucky on September 28, 2013.[199] In 2014, James collaborated with country artist Cowboy Troy and TNA wrestler James Storm on a song titled "Is Everybody Doing OK", which is featured on Cowboy Troy's album, King of Clubs.[200][201][202][203]

On November 19, 2016, James released a new song entitled Shooting Blanks.[204]

On Saturday October 14th 2017, Mickie James was inducted into The Native American Music Awards Hall of Fame. She also received a Nammy for "Song of the Year" for her recording "Shooting Blanks".
Vintage Vixens - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
Vintage Vixens
When a career booking agent with a love of the great sounds of the 60s picks up a bass guitar and learns to play all her favorite tunes, what happens? She surrounds herself with talented, like-minded, ladies and voila!! the Vintage Vixens are born! Rocking that retro sound, the all-female Vintage Vixens include Amy on guitar/vocals, Janet on keyboards, Carol on drums, Tish on lead vocals and Linda on bass. Talk about Flower Power!! Inspired by 60s fashion, on stage these ladies look like the music - groovy, funky, hippie! The Vintage Vixen playlist includes covers of the biggest hits from The Mamas & the Papas, Wilson Pickett, Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Drifters, Nancy Sinatra, Young Rascals,, CCR, Motown and more including some 70s favorites, too like Three Dog Night. Its a happy 60s hit fest of good time, sing along music! Peace, Love, and Vintage Vixens!
Venue Information:
Madlife Stage & Studios
8722 Main st.
Woodstock, GA, 30188