Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons will be a proud papa on May 28th at the Rogers Centre when his eldest daughter and her band “South Town” will be performing for Country Day.
Jordan Gibbons is lead vocals and a rhythm guitar player for the San Antonio-based band South Town. Gibbons along with bandmates Dana Smith, Gabriel Acevedo and Colton Daniels will be making the trek to Toronto for Country Day.
The band will be performing pregame as well as doing an in-game performance at the Rogers Centre for the country-themed game. According to the band’s website, their original song “Blue” was selected as a semi-finalist in the 2016 International Songwriting competition.
Last season Canadian country music singer Tim Hicks performed as part of the Blue Jays Country Day celebrations and the event was an overwhelming success as many country music enthusiasts attended the show.
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South Town is a band that is looking for traction having played mostly Texas-based shows according to their calendar so the event north of the border will be a great showcase for the Gibbons family as the game will be undoubtedly sold out.
John Gibbons is a devoted family man married to his wife Julie for nearly 30 years, the couple has 3 children with singer Jordan the oldest of the kids.
Regardless of the outcome on May 28th, there will be a proud Jays skipper getting his country groove on as his daughter performs on the big stage at her father’s second home.
Check out the official South Town website HERE: