One Night Rodeo Takes GAC Contest

The band One Night Rodeo was voted the winner of The Next GAC Star in the finals held in Nashville, Sept. 10.

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Four finalists competed for the title at Nashville’s City Hall club, with the finals airing live on GAC. After host Robin Meade, anchor of Headline News’ Morning Express with Robin Meade, announced One Night Rodeo as America’s choice, they took the stage alone and performed their new single, "Alive and Living." One Night Rodeo––comprised of Duane Allison, Mike Elrod, Cory Hildreth and Jack Tamburin––loves performing for their hometown crowd in Bradenton, Fla. All four members come from musical families and wanted to become famous singers as kids. They call their fashion style "contemporary and a little country.”

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