US105's "Free Ticket Friday" continues this week with tickets to see two of Country's biggest stars of the 90's: Shenandoah and Collin Raye.

The show is Friday, June 25th at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth.

How about a blast from the past this week with your chance to win some free tickets to see two of the 90's biggest artists?

Winning is easy: Just open the free US 105 app, tap Free Tix Friday, then use the form below to enter this week's drawing. That's it! You don't have to be caller 10 or memorize any passwords. Just let us know how to reach you if you win.

The entry form further down this page will ONLY appear if you're using the free US 105 app.


Shenandoah was founded in 1984 in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. They've released 13 studio albums with their first being their self titled album in 1987. Along the way they've had five Billboard #1 singles. The first to do so was "The Church on Cumberland Road" which hit #1 in 1987.

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Bubba had all the moves!

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The 90's saw Shenandoah win several awards. In 1991 they won an ACM for "Vocal Group of the Year," in 1995 the brought home the CMA for "Vocal Event of the Year" with their collaboration with Alison Krauss. That also won them a Grammy for "Best Country Collaboration with Vocals."

Collin Raye

Collin Raye made his debut in 1991 with the release of his album "All I Can Be," which featured his first of what would be four #1 singles for Collin Raye. "Love Me."

Raye has released 15 studio albums including "Scars" which came out in 2020.

This is sure to be a great night of Country music at the "The World's Largest Honky Tonk," Billy Bobs.

Just tap your app, fill out some quick info in the form below, and you're instantly qualified to win. We'll pick our winners on Friday, June 18th at 5pm.

Good Luck, and thanks for listening to US105!

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