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There were countless shows at The Country Club where the crowds looked like this.

This week on Throwback Thursday, we’re remembering The Country Club. Like me, I bet you’ve got some fond memories of The Country Club. It was one of my favorite places to hang out in the CSRA for years. My friends and I were there almost every weekend. We saw a lot of awesome artists play live and enjoyed lots of our favorite beverages.

The Country Club opened on Washington Road in the mid 2000s. It became one of the hottest places to go in the CSRA every weekend. If you wanted to know where your friends were on Fridays and Saturdays, odds are they were at The CC (thats what the locals called it). For years The Country Club was where the CSRA hung out.

I have a ton of memories from The CC, just like I bet a lot of y’all do as well. We’ve seen some of the biggest stars in country music perform there as new artists. Names like Luke Bryan, Eric Church and Luke Combs, they all performed on stage at The CC. There were a bunch of our favorite charity events hosted there as well. Country Club was the home of Music For Memories for several years. During those years we saw Lee Brice, Cole Swindell, Jon Pardi, Scotty McCreery and more on stage.

Country Club wasn’t just country however. They hosted lots of rock and even hip hop shows over the years. There was also stand up comedy and micro wrestling. The building is still there on Washington Road, but all of the signs are down. So if you didn’t know where it was, you’d never know now. Oh but there are a lot of us that know where it was. And if you’re like me, I bet every time you drive by, you smile just a little.

Believe it or not, the old Country Club Instagram is still up, click here to scroll down memory lane.

If you missed last week’s Throwback Thursday where we remembered A Day In The Country, just click here.

However, this week, we’re remembering The Country Club. Here are some of my favorite pics from The CC over the years.