Rodney Collins is a traditional country music entertainer who has performed with legends Vern Gosdin, Doug Stone, Daryle Singletary, and currently touring with Ronnie McDowell.
Besides performing, Rodney Collins is also a successful business owner of 3 country music venues, first The Kokomo Country Palace in Indiana, The Music City Bar and Grill in Nashville, TN, and now the former Texas Troubador Theater in Nashville, now renamed The Troubador Nashville. Preserving the history of traditional country music has been Rodney's passion with much success, and these stages have presented country music legends along with local up and coming talents.
Vern Gosdin was a very close personal friend who opened a lot of doors for Rodney, and was a huge influence on his life and music. The song, ""I Can Tell by the Way You Dance (You’re Gonna Love Me Tonight)"" originally recorded by Vern Gosdin is a personal favorite of Rodney's, produced by Jim Vest, legendary steel guitar player who played on all of Vern's hits, and Buddy Hyatt Nashville producer.
When not managing his country venues, Rodney can be seen performing on stage with his band The Tennessee Hustlers with his own special flair and audience engagement.