Stoney’s Rockin’ Country Live Music in December


Stoney’s Rockin’ Country hosts live music in December with some of country’s hottest new stars!

The big bad bull is back and line dancing is in full effect! Stoney’s teaches anyone who wants to “learn” how to line dance. Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Visit for details.

                                      Stoney’s Rockin’ Country 

6611 Las Vegas Blvd. So., Unit 160 at Town Square


Friday, December 3 – Allie Colleen
Saturday, December 4 – Jordan Rowe
Friday, December 10 – Heath Sanders
Saturday, December 11 – Sean Stemaly
Friday, December 17 – After Midtown
Friday, December 31 – Sam Grow with Stephen Wesley


Advance tickets start at just $5 (except New Year’s Eve) and are on sale now at Shows are open to 18+ (except New Year’s Eve) and doors open at 7 p.m.

About Allie Colleen – Fri., Dec. 3

A Belmont University graduate from Owasso, Oklahoma with a style that is truly her own, Allie Colleen has been around a while.  A passion for singing and strong voice, has gained her a reputation of being a notable songwriter. Her impeccably strong voice with hints of timeless tradition falls between classic country and the emerging country sound. One of her original songs, “Close Enough,” gained nearly more than 715k views on YouTube, and her social media following continues to increase every year. Her passionate drive and innovative vision set her apart from her peers resulting in her music and videos going viral on the internet – even capturing the attention of well-known radio show host Bobby Bones – proving that her audience is captive and waiting for her next song.

About Jordan Rowe – Sat., Dec. 4

Jordan Rowe’s love for music and his dream to become a successful country singer/songwriter began when he was just a kid in the small town of Adel, Georgia. Jordan grew up loving to hear Joe Diffie, Alan Jackson, and Luke Bryan, all of which have played a major role in how he shaped his music.

In June of 2019, Jordan took a leap of faith and moved to Music City. In summer of 2020, he celebrated the signing of his first publishing deal with River House Artists and Ashley Gorley’s Tape Room Music. His most recent singles, “I Didn’t Sleep Last Night,” “Bad Case of The Good Ole Boy,” and “Mama Ain’t Jesus” can be found on all major music platforms.

About Heath Sanders – Fri., Dec. 10

Heath Sanders is an Arkansas natural gas-worker-turned-songwriter whose realness informs the music he crafts. Heath emerges as the new voice of folks who identify with hard work and have the sore backs and tired feet to show for it. Despite the rich culture in the Ozark Mountains few where he grew up ever thought of music as a livelihood, yet his COMMON GROUND collection (The Valory Music Co.), available now, is full of material that has a wide range.

About Sean Stemaly – Sat., Dec. 11

When your first recordings are made in the cab of a Case IH 9370 tractor, there’s only one way for you to sound – and that suits Big Loud Records talent Sean Stemaly just fine.  A fine baritone, he’s a star shining brightly.

About After Midtown – Fri., Dec. 17

Adam Ernst and Michael Rotundo are After Midtown. Their genre-bending sound is quickly creating a buzz in the Nashville music scene with their self-written debut single “Boys Like Us.”  The duo came to life after gigging together as solo artists and discovering their prodigious chemistry as vocalists, songwriters, instrumentalists and maybe most importantly, being two small town guys with a passion to write great songs.  Adam and Michael have written on all the tracks from their debut EP, Don’t Give Away the Ending, as well as playing guitar, drums and tracks themselves. They are a great team indeed, and have just signed a booking deal with CAA, a publishing deal with Sony/ATV.

Ring in the New Year with Stephen Wesley and Sam Grow! Admission includes a champagne toast and a cash balloon drop at Midnight. This show is 21 and over.

*Top photo is Sam Grow