The group Ricochet burst onto the country music scene with a string of five consecutive Top 20 hits in the mid to late 90s. Their best-known song was the 1996 No. 1 single "Daddy's Money," which you can still hear on the radio all these years later. Whiskey Wild Saloon in Columbia will be hosting Ricochet on Saturday, December 5, as the group headlines the Silver Bullet Reunion.

Tickets for the concert, in advance, are only $10, and you can purchase them online. There is a $2 fee per ticket for online orders. Showtime is 7 p.m.

Additional hit songs from Ricochet include: "What Do I Know?" from 1995, "Love is Stronger Than Pride" and "Ease My Troubled Mind" from 1996, and 1997's "He Left a Lot to be Desired." The group also did a well-received cover of The Eagles' "Seven Bridges Road." Ricochet's video for that song received airplay on CMT. They also recorded a popular version of "The Star-Spangled Banner," which many country fans are familiar with.