Over the years, Jerry and his band have opened for numerous national acts including: Joe Nichols, Lee Brice, Randy Houser, John Conley, Cross Canadian Ragweed, the Oak Ridge Boys, Lorrie Morgan, Danielle Peck, Merle Haggard, and Joe Diffie.
Jerry and his band have been recognized with many awards and titles over the years, including being crowned the 2007 State Country Band Champions by the HODAG Country Music Festival. In addition to playing at many festivals, he has also entertained at dozens of bars, beer tents, county fairs, casinos, and rodeos across the Midwest and the United States.
Jerry and his band have had the opportunity to play in Nashville numerous times at such legendary locales as Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, 12th & Porter, Swinging Doors Bar & Grill, Honky-Tonk Central, and the historic Ryman Auditorium.
The 100 Miles Band consists of an all-star cast of 6 talented musicians that bring an electrifying presence to the stage with many years of experience. The band showcases steel guitar, fiddle, keyboard / organ, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass guitar, and drums.

Rodeo Clown: Dusty Myers

Dusty Myers from Corinth, MS grew up chasing his dreams as a rodeo performer. As a teenager he captured those dreams. At the age of thirteen, he became a professional bullfighter and after twelve years of protecting cowboys, he had been recognized as a top rodeo athlete with four trips to the International Finals Rodeo. Myers then set his goals on entertaining the crowds with his slapstick comedy routines. Dusty has been selected on ten consecutive occasions to perform at the International Finals Rodeo as a Barrelman. Also, he has been recognized by his peers, nine times, as  Rodeo Clown of the Year. He has also been credited with working over 30 different rodeo finals and was most recently chosen as the Barrelman for the PRCA Southeastern Circuit Finals for his second straight year. Not only does he perform in the United States and Canada, but he was the featured Performer at the King Abdulaziz Camel Festival in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. If you love comedy and rodeo, Dusty Myers is a must to see!!


Announcer: Kelly Kenney

Kenney was born and raised in small town America where his family has resided for many generations, in Southwest Missouri. Where the priorities were, family, church, hunting & fishing, sports, agriculture, horses, cattle, etc.

Kenney’s interest in rodeo came young & he started competing in high school, into college while simultaneously playing music in a country band. Ironically, at a local rodeo in ‘96, the announcer ‘no showed’ and Kenney reluctantly filled in to help & from there, his career began. Working many different rodeos over the next few years & becoming the rodeo coach at Missouri Valley College, Kenney received his PRCA Pro Rodeo Announcer card in 2000 (at 25 yrs. old) and he’s worked between 75-100 performances annually since & currently.

With wife Amanda & 6 yr. old son Kolter, they still reside in Southwest MO., in the Stockton Lake area on their working cattle ranch enjoying the ranch & rodeo life.

“I’m forever indebted to many folks. This wonderful life wouldn’t be possible without all those who’ve helped us, the stock contractors, committee’s, fellow announcers, specialty acts, clowns, bullfighters, sponsors, fans, friends, the list is long, and we’re beyond grateful & humbled by it all” Says Kenney.