Confederate Railroad set to play at GBATS

April 12, 2018

Land Line Staff


A schedule of events for the 2018 Guilty By Association Truck Show has already been released, and a country band that registered multiple hits in the 1990s will be featured.

Confederate Railroad, which is known for such popular tunes as “Queen of Memphis,” “Trashy Women” and “Daddy Never was the Cadillac Kind,” are scheduled to perform at the truck show’s street party on Saturday, Sept. 29 in downtown Joplin, Mo.

The 10th annual edition of GBATS will be Sept. 28-29 in Joplin. A schedule of events can be found here.

Some of the featured events over the two days include big rig burnouts, a truck and tractor pull, and a fireworks show on Friday, and big rig drag races, a truck show awards presentation, the Special Olympics truck convoy, and the downtown street party on Saturday.

Confederate Railroad released its self-titled debut album in 1992, and it climbed to No. 7 in the U.S. country charts. The album included three top 10 singles with “Queen of Memphis,” “Jesus and Mama” and “Trashy Women.”

The second album, “Notorious,” was released in 1994 and reached No. 6, featuring such singles as “Daddy Never was the Cadillac Kind,” “Elvis and Andy,” and “Summer in Dixie.”