Booking Info

    Hello, My name is Barb Gadacz.  I am the manager and booking agent for Classic Country artist Alan Godage and his band “Sundown.”  Alan and the band specialize in music from such Country legends as Charley Pride, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Conway Twitty and Hank Williams Sr. to mention a few.  They also perform some of Alan’s “original” songs as well as music from some of the newer artists like George Strait and Alan Jackson.  They are selective however and do not routinely play every new song that’s on the radio.  Alan Godage & Sundown prefer to deal only in top quality music.
    They are very versatile and can play a variety of styles.  They do a great job on country rock, fifties, gospel and even a little old time.  Alan and the band do not work from a “set list”, they prefer to be spontaneous.  Alan is great at reading a crowd and always manages to give everyone what they came for.  Alan is always happy to play requests.  With over 1000 songs in his repertoire he is well equipped to keep any crowd satisfied.  Alan Godage & Sundown has a very loyal following and they often see many of the same people each time they perform.  They keep their shows fresh by working in a number of different songs at each performance.  No two shows are ever alike.
    Alan has opened shows for Bobby Bare, Jack Greene, Tanya Tucker, Bill Anderson, Jim Ed Brown and Johnny Rodriguez.  The Sundown Band has backed the great Stonewall Jackson, Jean Shepard and Leona Williams.  Alan has also performed on two Grand Ole Opry sanctioned shows along with Hank Thompson, Del Reeves, Johnny Paycheck, Little Jimmy Dickens and Johnny Russell.
    Alan Godage & Sundown are available for any venue where top quality Classic Country Music is desired.  They have worked bars, nightclubs, casinos, ballrooms, barn dances, street dances, music in the park, county fairs, the Minnesota State Fair, rodeos, music theaters, private functions such as weddings, parties, etc. as well as live radio and TV shows.  They have also performed at a number of Country Gospel shows and church fall festivals.  Whatever the venue, Alan and the band are always friendly, courteous, respectful, punctual and most of all professional.
    If this sounds like the caliber of entertainment you would be interested in booking at your venue or if you would like further information, please contact me at (320)355-2696so that we can work out the details.  A “live performance” sample CD of Alan Godage & Sundown is available upon request.  I look forward to hearing from you soon and would welcome the opportunity to book this exceptional artist and band into your venue.
Your Friend in Classic Country Music,
                         Barb Gadacz, Manager, Alan Godage & Sundown

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1265N. Snelling Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55108
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Pastor Barb Peterson
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Minnesota Trappers Assoc.
1955 Hwy. 27
Isle, MN 56342
Rod Scott (320) 679-2648

Alan Godage & Sundown can do well over 1000 songs by more than 100 different artists. The majority of their material is Classic Country Music. They can also do some New Country, Country Rock, Fifties, Old Time and Country Gospel. They do however prefer to do Classic Country. This list is just a sample and in no way represents their entire repertoire.

Kiss An Angel Good morning – Charley Pride
Livin’ On Love – Alan Jackson
Don’t Be Angry – Stonewall Jackson
Good Woman Blues – Mel Tillis
You’ve Never Been This Far Before – Conway Twitty
Ramblin’ – Merle Haggard
Adalida – George Strait
Folsom Prison – Johnny Cash
Farewell Party – Gene Watson Crazy Arms – Ray Price
He Stopped Loving Her Today – George Jones
Boot Scootin’ Boogie – Brooks & Dunn
Satin Sheets – Jeannie Pruitt
Your Cheatin’ Heart – Hank Williams Sr.
Waltz Across Texas – Ernest Tubb
Dim Lights Thick Smoke – Vern Gosdin
I’ve Been Everywhere – Hank Snow
Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Barry
Wrong Night – Reba McEntire
He’ll Have To Go – Jim Reeves
Why Mama Cried – Alan Godage
Borrowed Angel – Mel Street
Six Days On The Road – Dave Dudley
Charlie’s Shoes – Billy Walker
El Paso – Marty Robbins
Cajun Baby – Hank Williams Jr.
Look At Us – Vince Gill
North To Alaska – Johnny Horton
Whole Lotta Shakin Goin’ On – Jerry Lee Lewis
Four In The Morning – Faron Young
I Believe Ian You – Don Williams
Saginaw Michigan – Lefty Frizzel
The Country Hall Of Fame – Hank Locklin
Hillbilly Rock – Marty Stuart
The Year Clayton Delaney Died – Tom T. Hall
City Lights – Bill Anderson
There Goes My Everything – Jack Greene
If You Can Touch Her At All – Willie Nelson
The Green Green Grass Of Home – Porter Wagoner
Honky-Tonk Angels – Kitty Wells
Back Street Affair – Webb Pierce
The City Put The Country Back In Me – Neil McCoy
Too Cold At Home – Mark Chessnut
Blue Suede Shoes – Carl Perkins
Country Club – Travis Tritt
On The Other Hand – Randv Travis
hiama He’s Crazy – The Judds
When Can We Do This Again – T G Sheppard
Dnvin’ My Life Away – Eddie Rabbitt
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle – Glen Campbell
Two Pina Coladas – Garth Brooks
Life Turned Her That Way – Ricky Van Shelton
Squaws Along The Yukon – Hank Thompson
Pick Me Up On Your Way Down – Charlie Walker
Daydreams About Night Things – Ronnie Milsap
Give Me What You Think Is Fair – Leon Everette
Jailhouse Rock – Elvis Presley
Pop A Top – Jim Ed Brown
Just Call Me Lonesome – Eddie Arnold
On The Wings Of A Dove – Ferlin Husky
Walk On By – Leroy Van Dyke
Blaine It On Your Heart – Patty Loveless
The Twist – Chubby Checker
Somewhere Between Right And Wrong – Earl T. Conley
Rose Colored Glasses – John Conlee
It’ll Be Her – Tompall & The Glaser Brothers
Wabash Cannon Ball – Roy Acuff
The Key Is In The Mailbox – Tony Boothe
Somebody Somewhere – Loretta Lynn
If I Ever Need A Lady – Johnny Paycheck
Undo The Right – Johnny Bush
Lilies White Lies – Martin Delray
I Fall To Pieces – Patsy Cline
From Barroom To Bedroom – David Wills
God Made Love – Mel McDaniel
Who Do You Know In California – Eddie Raven
Yard Sale – Sammy Kershaw
Rednecks Whitesox & Blue Ribbon Beer – Johnny Russell
Cryin’ My Heart Out Over You – Ricky Skaggs
God Must Be A Cowboy – Dan Seals
Five Minutes – Lorrie Morgan
Let Go Of The Stone – John Anderson
The Gambler – Kenny Rogers
Texas When I Die – Tanya Tucker
San Antone Rose – Bob Wills
Rainy Day Woman – Waylon Jennings
Marie LaVeau – Bobby Bare
From A Jack To A King – Ned Miller
I’ll Go Back To Her – Dwight Yoakam
Betty Lou’s Gettin’ Out Tonight – Bob Segar
Tiger By The Tail – Buck Owens
It’s A Cheatin’ Situation – Moe Bandy
Do Me With Love – Janie Fricke
Pass Me By – Johnny Rodriguez
Before The Next Teardrop Falls – Freddy Fender
I Don’t Wanna Cry, – Larry Gatlin
Almost Persuaded – David Houston
I’ Still Be Missing You\Warner Mack
Oh Lonesome Me – Don Gibson
The Tips Of My Fingers – Roy Clark
I’m Not Lisa – Jessi Colter
The Wanderer – Dion