Richie 'phones it in' for the Phoenix Children's Hospital Telethon
Richie's August 15th concert benefits CMN
Country music performers Richie McDonald, and Joe Nichols perform at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 15 at the Tri-Lakes Center, 2527 Missouri 248, Branson, to raise funds for Children's Miracle Network.
Fans may take pictures during the concert and meet the stars for autographs after the show. Tickets are $35-50. For more information, go online to www.upcloseconcerts.com.
Postcards From A Six-Foot Teddybear
We’re starting a new section to keep track of our favorite “six-foot teddybear” and you guessed it - we’re calling it Postcards from a Six-Foot Teddybear! So stay tuned and keep in touch with the travels of Richie McDonald as he works hard to bring his new single to a radio station in your hometown!
We hope you’ll enjoy this postcard diary of Richie’s travels as he promotes SFTB as only he can do – straight from his heart! For those of you who know Richie, you already know he is the ultimate SFTB! So sit back and enjoy the first batch of postcard glimpses into the travels of a SFTB!
This travel log actually begins on May 2nd in Newark, New Jersey. The SFTB made some good friends when Richie sang the national anthem during the opening weekend festivities at the Bears & Eagles Stadium for the Salute to the Military Families night.
Postcard from Philadelphia
Richie officially debuted the “Six-Foot Teddybear” at WXTU in Philadelphia to rave reviews! Check out the photo gallery on their website at WXTU.com
Postcard from Florida
First stop – beautiful Tampa Bay – home of the Bucs! Richie surprised our good friend Mike and his morning crew at WQYK – thanks to Mike C. and crew for making the SFTB feel welcome in Tampa!
What would Florida be without a trip to the beach – check out the SFTB on the beach flirting with the Florida beach bunnies! He also had time to go shopping for his new car – and as always there is always time for photos!
Next stop – Naples and the morning show at WIRK! Richie went in and wowed the morning crew at WIRK and also had a blast with their listeners at the WIRK concert at the Rum Bar!
After a great show – it was on to Jacksonville and Orlando for our furry friend!
Check back often for updates on Teddybear sightings – don’t forget to keep an eye on the photo gallery. The Six-Foot dude has his own collection of photos to share with you!
Richie will join fellow Rat Pack member for his final homecoming concert
Richie McDonald tops bill at 'Country Cares for Cops' concert
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Country music soloist Richie McDonald, will perform Monday night for Y108's "Country Cares for Cops" concert at Robert Morris University. The concert, which begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Moon campus' Charles L. Sewall Center, will raise money for the Fallen Heroes Fund, which benefits the families of the three Pittsburgh police officers slain on April 4.
McDonald, who began a solo career in 2007 after 15 years with the multiplatinum Lonestar, will be joined by fellow country acts Jimmy Wayne, NOMaD and Sarah Marince. Tickets are $10. Details: 888-718-4253.
Six-Foot Teddybear spotted in Philadelphia
This just in from a reliable source - a Six-Foot Teddybear was spotted in Philadelphia. Here are some photos to prove it!
Richie McDonald's latest single Six-Foot Teddybear on Stroudavarious Records is at radio now!
Six-Foot Teddybear singing at WXTU
WXTU Crew poses with Six-Foot Teddybear.
Six-foot Teddybear on the loose!
Six-Foot Teddybear hits the airwaves!
NIACC Arts, Leadership Series: From 'Camelot' to country' features Country Rat Pack....
From “Camelot” to Loggins and Messina and beyond — that’s the North Iowa Area Community College 2009-2010 Performing Arts and Leadership Series. The October 1st show will feature the 'Country Rat Pack.'
Country artists Richie McDonald, Tracy Byrd and Tracy Lawrence perform
all of the great hits that they recorded throughout their careers in
this acoustic event.
Chart-topping country hits include “Amazed,” “No News,” “I’m Already There,” “Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo,” “Watermelon Crawl,” “The Keeper of the Stars,” “Can’t Break It To My Heart,” “Texas Tornado” and many more.
This event is sponsored by Alliant Energy Foundation. Call 641-422-4188 for tickets.