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Ronnie Caldwell, owner of Innovative Pest Management, Denver, N.C., got a chance to jam onstage with Janson, who has made multiple appearances at the Grand Ole Opry and penned songs for Tim McGraw and Justin Moore.

Brad Harbison | July 8, 2014

DENVIER, N.C. — Ronnie Caldwell, owner of Innovative Pest Management, Denver, N.C. (along with wife Rhonda Caldwell), had an opportunity to jam onstage with Nashville recording artist Chris Janson.

Janson, who has made multiple appearances at the Grand Ole Opry and penned songs for Tim McGraw and Justin Moore, was the headlining act at the June 28 Denver Fireworks 2014 Festival.

“He pulled me on stage for what I thought was going to be one song,” Caldwell said. “When I tried to get off, he would not let me and told me to if had to finish the show, which lasted another 30 minutes.”

Innovative Pest Management was one of the sponsors of the event.

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