The Texaco Country Showdown has decided to crown two champions from Tennessee for 2013 and the West Tennessee Final will be held in White Bluff during its annual Main Street Festival. Starting this year, the showdown will host final competitions for west and east Tennessee due to the number of radio stations hosting local competitions. WDKN, The One FM and the town of White Bluff have been selected to host the West Tennessee Final on Saturday, Oct. 12. Tennessee is one of four states that will send multiple contenders to the regional competitions, along with Montana and Missouri, which have two divisions, and Texas, which has three divisions. After serving as the site for the local competition the last two years, White Bluff has been selected to host the West Tennessee Final, which will include the winners of local contests in Jackson, Covington, Camden, Dyersburg and Lawrenceburg, along with White Bluff’s Jonathan Wells who won the Dickson County contest for the second year in a row in May. Wells won the Tennessee title in 2012. The West and East Tennessee winners will compete in the Southeast Region against winners from Kentucky, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Georgia, which is hosting this year’s regional competition Nov. 1 at Rocco’s Pub in Jasper. The regional winners go to the national finals to compete for the $100,000 top prize on the stage of the Ryman Auditorium. The Texaco Country Showdown West Tennessee Final will be a part of the entertainment lineup at the Main Street Festival, which features live music, food and craft vendors and more and last year attracted an estimated 5,000 visitors.