Guitars & Cadillacs Redux In Overland Park: Return Of Redneck Culture Amid Recession

The beloved country music hangout has garnered a surprising among of interest across the metro. 

As times quickly change and Lil Nas X is probably the most famous cowboy in all the land  . . . This boozy local tradition remains strong.

Check a snippet of their origin story as they celebrate a much anticipated comeback . . .

"In 1988, Mitch Kerns and two of his buddies founded Guitars & Cadillacs in Kansas City's Westport neighborhood. Over the years, they've opened 10 locations. The newest stage is set at 7312 W. 119th St., Overland Park."

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New country music venue, dance hall opens in Overland Park

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - It's squaring up to be a fun time for country music fans in Johnson County. After the popular Kanza Hall closed during the pandemic, a well-known country music venue and dance hall is now taking its place. Guitars & Cadillacs had its grand opening Thursday, and 1,200 people showed up to boot, scoot and boogie.