Terry Bradshaw to Sing in Concert Performance

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Terry Bradshaw is, perhaps, one of the most famous quarterbacks to ever play football. During his 14 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers Bradshaw led the team to eight AFC Central championships and four Super Bowl wins.

Following his stellar NFL career, Bradshaw demonstrated a talent for talking sports. He has now become one of the most recognized NFL analysts and broadcasters in the history of televised football.

These accomplishments are more than most people will see during their lifetime, but Bradshaw isn't stopping there. The famed quarterback will soon be taking the stage to entertain crowds in a new concert appearance.

Bradshaw will be the first performer to appear in The Meadows Casino's Concert Series 2014 in Washington, Pennsylvania. Titled "Terry Bradshaw: America's Favorite Dumb Blonde...A Life in Four Quarters," the appearance was announced this week by both the casino and Bradshaw through social media:

According to Bradshaw's Facebook page, the former quarterback will be sharing anecdotes from his long and varied career. The hall-of-famer will also be singing, backed by a live band.

Though Bradshaw-as-a-singer might surprise some, this isn't the first time Bradshaw has entertained using his vocal talents. Bradshaw has recorded six separate country and gospel albums over the years, and has even charted a few singles. His most famous hit is a cover of Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," which hit 17 on the U.S. Country charts in 1976.

Tickets are on sale now for Bradshaw's Meadows Casino appearance. Other headliners during this year's summer concert series include the Oak Ridge Boys, Smokey Robinson, and 38 Special.

In addition to that appearance, Bradshaw's show is currently on tour throughout the U.S. with appearances scheduled for Cleveland, Ohio; Springfield, Missouri; and Omaha, Nebraska.

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