Old Dominion, Blind Joe, 32 Below to Perform at Winter Show Concert

Heidi Harris
Staff Writer

Three acts are set to perform at the North Dakota Winter Show country concert Saturday, March 5, said manager Dawn Riley Tuesday. The featured act is Old Dominion, with opening acts Blind Joe and 32 Below.

Old Dominion is a five-member country music band formed in Nashville. The group is known for its hit single "Break Up with Him." The single, a debut from the group's album "Meat and Candy," was a two-week No. 1 hit that features lead singer Matthew Ramsey's spoken verses bolstered by a spiky electric guitar line.

Blind Joe was a contestant on NBC's "The Voice" this year. All four coaches turned their chairs when Blind Joe sang "If It Hadn't Been for Love" on "The Voice" 2015 blind audition. Joe picked country superstar Blake Shelton to guide him until he lost in the knockout round. Joe is a Kindred, N.D. native who has been blind since birth.

32 Below is a Fargo-based pop country band that makes regular appearances at the Winter Show. According to the group's website, 32 Below is a collection of hard working rural boys from Fargo. 32 Below's five albums have sold more than 25,000 copies.

Read more about these artists in Wednesday's Times-Record.