Cledus T. Judd


Cledus T. Judd

When

June 15, 2024    
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Get ready for a night of hilarious country music with Cledus T. Judd live in concert – it’s gonna be a wild ride!

Cledus T. Judd

Come join us for a night of laughter and music with the one and only Cledus T. Judd! This event will be held at the Arlington Music Hall, so get ready for a fun-filled evening. Cledus is known for his hilarious parodies of popular country songs, so get ready to sing along and have a great time. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to see Cledus T. Judd live in person!

Cledus is best known for his musical skills on his solo comedy albums, of which he’s sold millions.He has released seven or eight albums (he’s not quite sure), the latest entitledBipolar and Proud.Judd pokes fun at popular songs such as turning Toby Keith’s”I Love This Bar”into a spoof entitled”I Love NASCAR.”He also serves as ringmaster/emcee for Brooks and Dunn’s top selling tours.Recently, Judd appeared on the USA Network’s

Cledus T. Judd burst on the scene in the late ‘90s with a series of perfectly crafted parodies of the biggest names in country music.

He’s toured with the biggest acts from Brooks and Dunn to Rascal Flatts, to Toby Keith. He’s had songs recorded by Rascal Flatts, Montgomery Gentry and many others. He has scored numerous accolades and music video hits and translated his comedy successfully to radio and TV where he starred on CMT’s Most Wanted Live as a cohost for 2 years, USA’s Nashville Star where he co-hosted with Leann Rimes. He also appeared in Toby Keith’s movie, Beer For My Horses, and also starred on VH1’s hit reality show, Celebrity Fit Club where he was a TV favorite.

In the process he has sold over two million records, a huge number for a comedy man, and probably only beaten in musical parody sales by Judd’s personal comedy hero Weird Al Yankovich.

“I got unfinished business. I left the biz to be a full time dad and now my kids are leaving me to go to college. So it’s my turn now to go out, have fun, create laughter and finish what I started years ago. I’m forever indebted to those who gave me a chance years ago. The fans changed my life the last time around , now it’s my turn to help change theirs.”

– Cledus T. Judd