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First Federal Bank Title Sponsor of Warren Zeiders Concert


First Federal Bank Title Sponsor of Warren Zeiders Concert

Emerging Country Music Star to Entertain Thousands at Jerome County Fair.

Warren Zeiders, one of Nashville’s most popular young artists, will headline the Friday, August 11 concert at the Jerome County Fair, sponsored by First Federal Bank. The concert is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. at DePew Arena, inside the fairgrounds. As part of First Federal Bank’s support, individuals can stop by any bank branch in the Magic Valley starting Tuesday, July 25 and pick up a $2 off coupon for the concert, while supplies last. Coupons can only be redeemed at the Jerome County Fair Box Office, which is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Zeiders emergence on the country music scene has been meteoric. While still a lacrosse student-athlete in college, he released the platinum-certified single “Ride the Lightning.” The 24-year-old’s popularity was further cemented when his first national tour sold out in 72 hours. Zeiders has appeared on the Kelly Clarkston Show, performed at the Grand Ole Opry, and played at the Stagecoach Festival. His recent single “Pretty Little Poison” debuted at #11 and is the title track from his first album with Warner Records. The album is slated to be released in August and was a collaboration with chart-topping producers Ross Copperman and Bart Bulter.

A native of Hershey, Pennsylvania, Zeiders is a songwriter whose musical approach is characterized as a blend of country music storytelling, Heartland twang, and larger-than-life Rock and Roll. His website specifically describes the song “Pretty Little Poison” as, “Modern country music at its most heartfelt.”