What happened to Diamond Rio? If you were a country music fan during the 1990’s, then no doubt you are a Diamond Rio fan. The band’s iconic song “Meet Me In The Middle” blazed to number one on country music charts in 1991 and won them a handful of awards and nominations.
Diamond Rio was actually founded in the 1980’s, and was known as Tennessee River Boys, an Opryland band that graced the stage in Nashville. Over the years the Tennessee River Boys lost a few players, gained some new ones, scored a record deal, and hit the big time with “Meet Me In The Middle.”
Is Diamond Rio Still Together?
Throughout the 1990’s the former Opry band continued to heat up the country music charts with some of their popular songs, “In A Week Or Two,” “That’s What I Get For Lovin’ You,” “Workin Man’s Blues,” and “How Your Love Makes Me Feel.”
So, where is Diamond Rio today? Well, you may not hear them on the country music airwaves like you did in the 90’s, but the band is still cranking out music and even began dabbling in Christian music.
2021 Tour And Tickets
The 90’s country music band is actually currently on tour from 2021-2022 and has a lengthy list of acts scheduled across the country, ranging from music festivals, casinos, and county fairs. On November 20th the band will be in Tennessee at the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center, then they are making their way across the country to Las Vegas, Nevada.
Diamond Rio have six tour dates scheduled for the month of December, and you can check out ticket prices and locations here.
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