Country star Jamey Johnson will be playing at the Old Rock House in St. Louis on Thursday, July 17. The show will be held in the venues outdoor pavilion.

Jamey debuted on the country charts in 2005 with the top 15 hit 'The Dollar.' His next album 'That Lonesome Song' was one of the most popular as well as critically acclaimed releases of 2008 and garnered him song of the year awards from both the ACM and CMA for his #1 hit 'In Color.' The album was also nominated for a Grammy for best country album.

His follow up, 'The Guitar Song,' went to #1 on the albums chart and solidified Jamey as an artist that his fans consider among the last remaining 'true country' artists of our time.  Jamey is known for his unapologetic approach to doing his own style of music, without bending to any popular or mainstream style. It's an approach that is working well for the Alabama native.

His latest effort 'Living For A song: A Tribute To Hank Cochran' was released in 2012 and features Jamey's takes on several of the legendary songwriters hits, written for a variety of country stars. Songs on the album feature guest vocalists ranging from Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson, to Vince Gill and Elvis Costello.

Tickets for the Old Rock House show are $30 in advance and will be $35 at the door, the day of the show. Tickets are available now online. Doors open at 7pm and the show begins at 8p. It is open to all ages.

The Old Rock House is located at 1200 South 7th Street in St. Louis.