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Ouachita Live's Last Concert Features Rising Country Stars: The Chase Tyler Band


Update: Ouachita Live has been moved indoors to 111 Cotton Street in West Monroe.

Ouachita Live's last concert of the season will be this Friday, Oct. 25, from 5:30 - 9 pm. There will be a pre-performance by Mama and the Outlaw followed by rising country stars, the Chase Tyler Band. The concert is at downtown West Monroe's 111 Cotton Street event center, and the concert is free to the public. 

Ouachita Live has been hosting the outdoor live music concert series all Spring and Summer, and this is the last chance to join in on the fun. There will be a large selection of food trucks, beer, and wine on-site along with the locally-owned shops in Antique Alley.

Mama and the Outlaw will open the concert at 6 p.m. The local award-winning duo consists of Jordan and Stacey Seppard. 

The Chase Tyler Band will start at 7 p.m. Tyler is a rising country star with a love for Louisiana. Tyler says about his music, "I like to say we rock country. We have a little bit of southern rock style with your new country vibe. I was raised here in South Louisiana and there is a lot of these influences have impacted my life as well as my music." 

Chase has been touring with many notable acts including Tracy Lawrence, Jake Owen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Hank Williams, Jr; and is set to perform for Congress at its annual Mardi Gras Ball next year. 

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