Catch Tate Stevens at Stoney’s Rockin’ Country.
This Friday, August 5th on the City Square in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada.
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 10:00 PM.
Get Tickets at: www.ticketfly.com
Catch Tate Stevens at Stoney’s Rockin’ Country.
Tate’s brand new music video for “Sweet Life” makes it’s premiere on CMT.com this week. Make sure to check it out on Tate’s artist page or read more to see it via embed.
Join Tate Stevens and Dale Carter for KFKF’s “Dale in the Morning” show this Wednesday Morning, June 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM for an ON AIR interview and acoustic performance to promote the upcoming Tate Stevens and Neal McCoy Concert in De Soto, KS “Night On The Kaw” on July 9th 2016.
Hello World! Welcome to the new TateStevensOfficial.com, the home of country music artist & X Factor Winner Tate Stevens. Inside you’ll find all the latest news about Tate, and some new things like an integrated network for Tate Nation, a forum to speak your mind and share news, and the new content series, “Tater The Curator”. More fun and exciting things to come!
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What better way to kick off Music Mondays than with a one of the songs that got me started. This one is called, “Power Of A Love Song”, and is from my Opry debut last year. Personally, I give this one 3 thumbs up, but let me know what you think in the comments!
The official music video for “Holler If You’re With Me”.
Before Tate Stevens’ free concert in Rich Hill this weekend, the country music star performed on FOX 4′s Morning Show — and forecasted the weather. Stevens will perform at 8 p.m. on Saturday in Rich Hill. See his segments below. Story and some amazing videos here: http://fox4kc.com/2014/07/01/tate-stevens-sings-tuesday-morning-on-fox-4s-morning-show/
Hey TateNation! New music from Tate is now available at iTunes, Amazon, and practically anywhere you can find music online these days.
You can get “Sweet Life” here.
Nashville, TN 2/26/14
“I am sorry to see it go,” says second season winner Tate Stevens. “It was an amazing experience for me – from the time my wife signed me up to the finale where the fans chose me as the winner. I have memories of a lifetime.” After winning a record deal with Sony, Stevens split from them earlier this year to take control of his musical destiny. “I really felt it was important to take control of my music,” continued Stevens. “Everyone on the business side was in a rush to get a record out and consequently I really wasn’t able to make the album I wanted to. It really was a pop approach and not a country music approach. And though I think there are some glimpses of what I wanted to achieve in the first album, I realized that if I was going to build on the experience of the show and have a long term career, I was going to need to follow in the footsteps of Kelly Clarkson and take control.”
Stevens has revamped his website and gone back in the studio with Grammy winning producer Blake Chancey to record new sides. “I fought to get Blake as my producer first time around. I am comfortable with him in the studio and given the freedom to do what we do, I think we have some great new music.” Previews of the new music are available for streaming on his website.
Stevens concluded, “I want to wish Simon well and tell him I appreciate his support and belief. And a special thanks to all the crew on the show that I will forever be indebted for the guidance and counseling.”
On Wednesday evening, February 12, fifth graders from Mill Creek Upper Elementary took part in DARE(Drug Abuse Resistance Education) graduation after completing a multi-week program taught by the Belton Police Department. The program is designed to teach students good decision-making skills in order to help them lead safe and healthy lives. They also learn the dangers and long-lasting effects of using illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. The DARE curriculum requires each student to write an essay describing what has been learned from the program. Each DARE officer then selected two essays to be read aloud during the graduation ceremony; the winning essays were written and read by Abby Elkins, Kimberly Cueras, Genna Freiner, Preston Mayes, Avery Henry and Kelsey Meyers. Each fifth grader was then presented with a certificate for completing of the DARE program. The graduation ceremony also included a surprise from special guest speaker and Belton High School alum, Tate Stevens. Tate shared the importance of goal setting while staying true to themselves and their goals. He also encouraged the students to surround themselves with friends who would support those goals and encouraged them to separate themselves from friends who were not making positive choices. Tate then shook the hands of the student as they crossed the stage and stayed around after the ceremony for autographs.