Country music legend John Anderson performs tomorrow at Lodge


The Holiday Bay Room at the Lodge will be “Swingin” tomorrow night when Country music legend John Anderson takes the stage. Country music artist and songwriter Chase Miller will be opening the show.

John Anderson is a country music legend with more than 30 successful years in the music industry. He’s charted more than 40 hit singles including several number one smash hits like “Swingin,” “Straight Tequila Night” and Money in the Bank.” He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in October 2014.

“I had been trying to get John to play here since the beginning and either routing or price were in the way,” says Concert Promoter and Canyon Lake resident Doug Schultz. “Out of the blue his agent called me and offered me one date, and one date only, for a price we could afford. I was surprised to find it was one of the dates I had on hold for the Lodge.”

Doug says John performs nearly 300 shows per year and feels lucky to be about to have him perform in Canyon Lake. “Canyon Lakers are going to love John Anderson. He’s so different from any other artist. He is a true country music living legend.” says Doug.

Opening the show for John will be Chase Miller, a country music artist/songwriter from Seal Beach, California. Chase started playing music at the age of 15 and formed his own Pop Punk band. As teenagers, he and his band were once on a bill with the American rock band Alien Ant Farm. Growing up, Chase was also a fan of 80’s hair metal.

Finding country music while still in high school, Chase felt an instant connection to the sounds and stories of the music of such greats as Charlie Daniels, Kenny Chesney and Toby Keith. Chase strives to bring people together through his music which is based on the purity of the simplified pop guitar riff and the lyrics of his songs.

Chase’s late uncle, Arvil Meers, made his own mark on the country music scene in the late 1950s with songs like “Muddy River” and “The Future I Hold,” and was best known for the yodel overtones that he used in many of his songs.

Chase released his 3 song EP in October 2015 and has gained a very supportive fan base. Chase says he is very grateful to concert promoter, and Canyon Lake resident, Doug Shultz for the opportunity to open for the great John Anderson. ” I couldn’t be more excited for this show. I look forward to making some new fans and friends, I hope to see you all there,” says Chase.

With countless airplay on FM stations around the U.S., and interviews and reviews published in dozens of publications, Chase has only just begun to make his footprint in country music. You can learn more about Chase and hear some of his music at

Tickets for this concert are $65 for Reserved VIP seating; $40 for General Admission. Tickets can be purchased at the POA Office. If tickets don’t sell out before the show, tickets can be purchased at the door on the evening of the concert. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; show starts at 7:30 p.m.

​The Lighthouse Restaurant will be offering a special menu the evening of this event from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.