Bart Crow Lands In NC This Week

Armed with new music, Bart Crow visits Charlotte this Saturday night…

Bart Crow is coming to North Carolina on Saturday, June 23 at Puckett’s Farm Equipment in Charlotte and he’s bringing new music with him. The Texas native got his start writing songs while serving in the United States Army and began performing once he returned to the Lone Star state. Moving to Austin, he set out on a career in music that has led to some significant milestones and recognition around the world.

Crow has topped the Texas Music Chart six different times and participated in musical tours taking him overseas on numerous occasions. A recent performer in the Red Dirt Pub Crawl through Ireland, Crow is also hopping aboard the Texas Country Music Cruise in late September to sing his songs.

Six albums in, his songs continue having an impact while reaching fans everywhere. In order to better prepare for the show this weekend, RedDirtNC caught up with Crow for a few questions about just that in addition to some others.

RDNC: Touring through NC before, do you have any good stories to tell or memories from the state?
BC: This will actually be my first trip through North Carolina and I’m really looking forward to it!

RDNC: Have you been in the studio recently or are there plans for any new music soon?
BC: Shooting to get in the studio next month. I’ve got what I think is a good batch of songs that I’m excited to see take shape and see how they pan out.

RDNC: I’m sure there are hesitations anytime you tour outside of Texas but is it also gratifying to see your music reaching fans across the country and world?
BC: I’ve grown to get excited about traveling outside of Texas to take our music to other regions. Anytime there’s a chance for growth and expansion that’s a beautiful thing! And since music can last a lifetime, it’s very exciting to spread that with as many new and old fans/friends as possible. Whenever we’re out of our comfort zone, but folks show up and sing along, it’s very rewarding.

RDNC: Do you have a personal favorite song of your own? Favorite to play in concert?
BC: I’d say ‘All I Need’, ‘Forever’ or ‘Doghouse Roses’ would be the songs I’m most proud of. They’re the ones where, in hindsight, everything that can click for me personally as a songwriter, did click. As far as playing live, I’m excited about the new songs, but that’s because I’m a fan of change. We just added two brand new tunes, ‘Bad Case’ and ‘A Pocket Full of Kisses.’

RDNC: Can you briefly describe your evolution as an artist from starting out to having now released six albums?
BC: That’s a pretty simple one – in the beginning I had no clue what I was doing, just playing guitar and scribbling songs that were forever long. Now, 15 years later, I’ve been taught to say what I need to say and pay attention to melodies that can help carry the message.

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE and be a part of what is expected to be one of the best shows to hit Puckett’s this year!

LIVE REVIEW: Reckless Kelly across North Carolina

Back-to-back Reckless Kelly shows made for an amazing weekend here in North Carolina…

The Austin based Reckless Kelly has been turning out hits and entertaining crowds for over twenty years. They’ve traveled to North Carolina before and over time built a following across not only the United States but overseas as well.

With two stops this time around on their east coast tour, those who had been witness to their live performances were excited and ready but the newcomers were also fun to watch.

Beginning the Music In the Mill series of shows for 2018, Reckless Kelly kicked off an exciting lineup, jam packed with talent. Following the Trongone Band, who played in support on Friday night, Reckless Kelly took the stage and immediately began to dole out hit after hit.

An intimate atmosphere allowed for the audience to connect with the band from the start. At one point, in a memorable moment for drummer Jay Nazz, his father joined the band on stage taking lead away from Willy Braun and bringing the crowd along for a ride to ‘Kansas City,’ a cover with more than 300 versions and Friday night’s was special.

In good fun, Willy Braun followed with crowd favorite, ‘Seven Nights in Eire‘ to win back the fans who had supported Nazz’s father momentairily taking over. An encore of ‘Moment in the Sun‘ and ‘Passin’ Through‘ ended the first show in Hickory.

Saturday, a packed Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh greeted Reckless Kelly and North Carolina’s own Corey Hunt Band. Lined up down the street prior to doors opening, the show drew a crowd from across the state and both bands were ready.

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Hunt opened with about an hour-long set featuring some popular songs like ‘Song About Saturday Night‘, ‘Uwharrie River‘ and ‘Wild Heart Gypsy‘. Backed by a full band, Hart even added in some audience participation reminiscent of American Aquarium‘s, ‘I Hope He Breaks Your Heart‘ by B.J. Barham, who regularly rocks his hometown Lincoln Theatre stage.

When Reckless Kelly took over, everyone filled the pit but a full balcony and only limited standing room remained. The audience fed off the band and vice versa as Cody Braun led the audience in one before throwing it back to their roots. Celebrating a 20th anniversary of “Millican”, their first album, an amazing live version of ‘Hey Say May – Guacamole‘ filled the middle of the set.

After an 18-song set, the band exited but was almost immediately brought back by a crowd chant of, “Reck-less Kelly” bomp bomp bomp, numerous times over. The guys obliged and a three-song finale concluded their performance with ‘Ragged as the Road‘ and another ‘Moment in the Sun‘.

An amazing weekend of shows with one of the best bands in this particular genre of music who have been putting out quality songs and spreading their sound with relentless touring for over two decades.

As mentioned, Reckless Kelly is no stranger to North Carolina but we’re already looking forward to a return!

LIVE REVIEW: Tyler Childers in Asheville

The Orange Peel was sold out for Tyler Childers, as it should have been…

Tyler Childers proved why is one of the fastest rising stars in the music industry with an exceptional set on Thursday night in Asheville. Weeks prior to arriving, the Kentucky native had sold out shows across the state of North Carolina in Carrboro, Charlotte and the western town finale on a Thursday night.

Be reminded, this wasn’t a Thursday, Friday and Saturday weekend run but a mini-tour through the Tarheel state that began on Sunday, before concluding with Wednesday and Thursday dates. Nonetheless, capacity crowds greeted Childers and his band at every stop.

For good reason too. While the backing of producer Sturgill Simpson on Childers latest album, Purgatory, helped the singer/songwriter gain national attention, his own unique storytelling capabilities coupled with being an amazing musician earned him due credit.

Childers is every bit as impressive in person. Connecting with his audience through songs which range from over indulgence, to past mistakes and triumphant returns – in essence, life. Childers even took his association one step further with a fan from his Charlotte date, justifying both his stories and songs on Twitter as attempts to “convey the human experience.”

Mission accomplished and the crowd on hand was grateful. The evening got going with local group, Town Mountain, who made the most of their set with a blue grass feel and amazing rendition of the classic Bruce Springsteen song, I’m on Fire.

Following, Childers took to the stage and from start to finish was extremely entertaining. Although he referenced maybe enjoying his set in Charlotte the night before a bit too much, the sound and voice were solid and Childers never missed a beat.

However, when it came time for the night to end, it did so rather abruptly. Childers band left him alone on stage with just a mic and guitar. There was no encore and he left following a final solo performance of Lady May which only left the crowd begging for more.

A North Carolina return for Childers in November is already sold out at Music In the Mill in Hickory. It’s a safe bet that anyone who got to experience any one of these three shows quickly gobbled up any available tickets for his return.

Reckless Kelly: Ready to Roll Through NC

Reckless Kelly is set for two NC dates this weekend on Friday and Saturday night…

Reckless Kelly is an Austin, Texas based band with a history developed from musical inheritance while forging their own independent path. Brothers, Cody and Willy Braun originally hail from the mountains of Idaho and via Oregon found themselves in the heart of Texas – Austin, capital city of the Lone Star State.

This week, those brothers along with fellow bandmates Jay Nazz, David Abeyta and Joe Miller bring their sound to the capital city of the Tarheel State after a stop in Hickory of western North Carolina.

The inaugural show of the Music In the Mill series for 2018, The Crossing at Hollar Mill has developed an extensive lineup of red dirt, Texas country and Americana bands this season. Reckless Kelly kicks off a lineup that features other prominent artists in the scene like John Moreland, Shovels and Rope and Tyler Childers among others.

Named for the Australian bushranger, Ned Kelly, Reckless Kelly has been paving their own way since 1997. Growing from their original residency at Lucy’s Retired Surfer’s Bar on Sixth Street, the band performed both originals and covers on many a Monday night before releasing their first studio album, Millican.

Since, the band has released numerous albums behind worldwide acclaim and toured relentlessly building a rabid fan base across the country. Their latest, Sunset Motel, was released in conjunction with Thirty Tigers and their own record label, No Big Deal.

Their ninth studio album, Reckless Kelly has mastered the art of both ballads and southern rock with a personal blend and touch of additional flavor added to each. Their live show performances come with a reputation for energetic, crowd engaging performances and having rocked the Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh before, expect another legendary show this time around.

With scheduled stops in both Hickory and Raleigh, fans across the state will have at least one opportunity for a local show and the option to see both. Get your tickets for each below and don’t miss the opportunity to see Reckless Kelly rock North Carolina this weekend.

Hickory – Music In the Mill – Tickets Here

Raleigh – Lincoln Theatre – Tickets Here

Live Review: Whiskey Myers in Asheville

Whiskey Myers transformed the I-40 corridor into east Texas over the weekend…

A sold out crowd awaited Whiskey Myers for their first of three stops across North Carolina last Thursday night in Asheville. At capacity, fans were in position even before Yellow Feather, playing in support and hailing from just down the road in Old Fort, took to the stage.

The Grey Eagle, which hosts both seated and standing room only performances, chose the latter for Whiskey Myers and it made for an up close and personal feel to the show. Yellow Feather, led by Hunter Begley with Casey Kristofferson and Charlie Willis got things off to a great start before the main event.

Taking the stage to the title track off their latest album, Mud, lead singer Cody Cannon and his band set a tone for the remainder of the evening. Even some of the slower, less rock-style songs of Whiskey Myers enveloped more of a southern rock feel in the North Carolina mountains.

Much of the crowd was fully prepared, singing along with Cannon word for word as he gave way to the audience on more than one occasion. The small room and close quarters created loud renditions of many songs but especially, ‘Bar, Guitar and a Honky-Tonk Crowd’ as The Grey Eagle, which hosts a variety of different music from all genres transformed into just that on Thursday night.

The tight performance from a band well traveled kept their energy all evening and seemingly offered similar live performances across the state. Whiskey Myers even expressed their own gratitude for the Carolina crowds that greeted them each night of the tour.

An authentic, high energy performance highlighted by signature songs which blur the lines across many genres but create their own unique sound – Whiskey Myers left the Asheville crowd and all of North Carolina entertained and anxiously awaiting their next run toward the east coast.

FULL SETLIST 05/31/2018

Mud
Early Morning Shakes
Bar, Guitar and a Honky Tonk Crowd
Broken Window Serenade
Lightening Bugs and Rain
Deep Down in the South
Headstone
Virginia
On the River
Frogman
Bill
How Far
Ballad of a Southern Man
Home
Stone
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (The Rolling Stones)

Red Dirt NC: Weekend Watch, June 1-3

Local talent, rising stars and an east Texas band highlight the first weekend of June…

Last week was highlighted by two different festivals taking place across North Carolina and this week ends with one. Showcasing local talent from the region and our state in particular, the Tobacco Road Music Acoustic Jam is set for Sunday afternoon at Puckett’s Farm Equipment in Charlotte.

Prior, there are plenty of other opportunities to get out and enjoy a live show from rising talent and established groups in all corners of the state. Also, don’t forget that tickets to Medicine Stone 2018 went on sale Friday morning and will go fast. If interested in attending, visit their website for lodging options ranging from tent camping to hotel stays, all with access to the shows. They’ve compiled an amazing lineup worth making the trip from North Carolina out to the home or red dirt music in Oklahoma. We hope to see you there, if not before.

Get out and enjoy a show!

FRIDAY – JUNE 1, 2018

Whiskey Myers – Cone Denim, Greensboro

There may be no better word for Whiskey Myers than authentic. This music is in their blood, and it flows as naturally from them as a spring feeding a mountain creek … They make music they’re proud of that celebrates where they come from and makes people feel good. As far as they’re concerned, that’s all the success anyone could ever ask for.

Justin Townes Earle – The Grey Eagle, Asheville

Creating a nostalgic feeling with the return to his signature sound, JTE takes listeners on a journey through some of his most personal stories yet on what can only be described as an authentic country record.

Lilly Hiatt – The Grey Eagle, Asheville

Trinity Lane is full of gifts and full of guts – an album that is a healing process and a road map forward, filled with Hiatt’s wildly expressive approach to songwriting and stark, honest lyrics. To get there, she finally had to put her faith into something she couldn’t see. But to hear that journey, all you have to do is listen.

Grover Windham – Catawba Coffee, Mount Holly

Local talent with original songs and clever songwriting.

Jonathan Parker – Ole Dallas Brewery, Dallas

Independent and traditional country music. Rising local artist within the genre featuring original songs and a few classic covers from some of your favorite outlaws.

Corey Hunt Band – The Lazy Pirate, Carolina Beach

“Hunt’s songwriting ranges from sincere romanticism to outlaw rebellion, and their do-it-yourself approach to booking, recording, and gigging has given them the freedom to explore and expand their music as they grow.  With room to grow and momentum on their side, their crowd-pleasing and relatable take on modern roots music is poised for bigger and better things every time they hit the stage or the studio.”

SATURDAY – JUNE 2, 2018

Whiskey Myers – Lincoln Theatre, Raleigh

Pistol Hill – Da Bayou, Wilson

Independent and traditional country music. Emerging local artist within the genre featuring both original songs and covers from some of your favorite individuals and bands.

Justin Clyde Williams – Da Bayou, Wilson

Independent and traditional country music.

Dirty Grass Soul – Riverview Raw Bar, Charlotte

Whether it is the hint of bluegrass, outlaw country, or rock & roll you hear in each song, their sound is uniquely Dirty Grass Soul. From Dedmon’s down home/working class lyrics to the blazing instrumental breaks, Dirty Grass Soul is sure to offer a little something for everyone.

SUNDAY – JUNE 3, 2018

Tyler Childers – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro

Purgatory, co-produced by Grammy Award winners Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson, is a chiaroscuro painting with darkness framing light in high relief. There’s catharsis and redemption. Sin and temptation. Murder and deceit. Demons and angels. Moonshine and cocaine. So much moonshine and cocaine. All played out on the large, colorful canvas of Eastern Kentucky.

Tobacco Road Music Acoustic Jam – Puckett’s Farm Equipment, Charlotte

3:00pm – Corey Hunt, Michael Cansler, Chip Perry, Justin Clyde Williams, Jordan Middleton

4:00pm – Nicholas Jamerson, Kevin Dedmon, Tyler Hatley, Wes Smith, Grayson Jenkins

5:00pm – Pistol Hill, Todd Allmon, Carolina Keller, Jonathan Parker


Look for us out on the road this weekend and enjoy the shows! Don’t forget, keep spreading the love, one song at a time…

Whiskey Myers: Preceded Reputations of Rock and Roll

Beginning Thursday, Whiskey Myers makes three consecutive stops across North Carolina…

East Texas group, Whiskey Myers, is set for a three day run across North Carolina providing everyone an opportunity to see them perform live this weekend. Known for their unique blending of southern rock, red dirt and country into a sound all their own – Whiskey Myers has found success by creating their own path.

The band has created a loyal following developed through relentless touring across both the United States and United Kingdom. Their four studio albums have seen a rise in popularity as, Mud, the latest release from 2016 rose to No. 4 on the US Country Billboard charts.

Fresh off their very own festival, held in the band’s hometown of Palestine, Texas, Whiskey Myers cultivated a lineup consistent with their own understanding and fan base. The inaugural Wiggy Thump Festival (named after their record label) took place on May 19 with support from Kevin Fowler, Scooter Brown Band and Kolby Cooper.

Self described as, “no frills, no bullshit rock and roll” by lead singer Cody Cannon the music of Whiskey Myers fits no genre in particular. However, they have been widely accepted and have already sold out two of their three stops here in North Carolina.

A few tickets remain for Greensboro on Friday night, but both an Asheville show on Thursday and finale in the state capital of Raleigh on Saturday have been sold out for some time. Excitement abounds for this mini-tour through the state and it is expected that Friday night’s show will sell out as well.

If lucky enough to find a ticket, get out and enjoy the one of a kind sounds and always amazing live performance of Whiskey Myers when they visit this week.

For tickets, visit the official tour site of Whiskey Myers here.

Medicine Stone 2018: Experience It For Yourself

Medicine Stone 2018 passes go on sale to the general public Friday (June 1) but you could win a pair before then…

The sixth annual Medicine Stone event takes place this September 20-22 at Diamondhead Resort in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Hailing from the original home state of red dirt music, Medicine Stone has quickly developed into the premier music festival highlighting top artists and bands year in and year out, on the banks of the Illinois River.

Created by two of the top acts in red dirt music – Jason Boland and The Stragglers alongside The Turnpike Troubadours, this event speaks to the heart of red dirt fans and provides an opportunity unlike any other music festival in the world.

Multiple accommodations exist for patrons from tent camping to hotel stays and anything in between. There are sites available with RV hookups, some which include power and even party houses for you and 14 of your closest friends.

The 2018 lineup is slammed with talent including each of two founders and all of the following:

Randy Rogers Band, The Toadies, Wade Bowen, Koe Wetzel, Red Shahan, Cody Canada and the Departed, Charley Crockett, Jamie Lin Wilson, Shooter Jennings, Flatland Cavalry, Dirty River Boys, John Fullbright, Read Southall, Reckless Kelly, Mike McClure Band, Kaitlin Butts, Red Dirt Rangers, The Vandoliers, Micky and the Motorcars, Bo Phillips, Thomas Trapp, RC and the Ambers, Brandon Aguilar, Randy Crouch, Austin Meade, Dave Kay, BC and the Big Rig, in addition to The Dirty Mugs.

View the official website of Medicine Stone here for full details regarding lineup, tickets and answers to many frequently asked questions.

WIN A PAIR of “Roughin’ It” passes (details below)

We are extremely excited to announce that not only are we traveling out to the home of red dirt music but you can too! We’re giving away – not one, not two but THREE pairs of “Roughin’ It” passes for the event – two before tickets go on sale to the general public.

Enter by following both RedDirtNC and MedicineStoneOK on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

Instagram – LIKE and Comment who you are most excited about seeing in concert
Facebook – LIKE, Comment and tag friends for multiple entries
Twitter – RT w/ Comment

Two winners will be announced on Thursday, May 31 – best of luck!

Live Review: Outlaw Music Festival in Charlotte

The Outlaw Music Festival stop in Charlotte included some surprising changes both prior and during the event…

Initially advertised as a Willie Nelson headlining festival featuring star power from top to bottom, the Outlaw Music Festival in Charlotte underwent quite a transformation prior to kickoff. Two artists, Brandi Carlile and Elvis Costello withdrew their names from the bill before the scheduled date leaving Blackbird Presents, the production company responsible for the event, with a few absent time slots to fill.

Just a few days prior to the show it was announced that start times had been delayed, presumably due to the shuffling of artists and bands which were scheduled to perform. Finally, it was announced that Mitchell Lee would get things started at 4:10pm, almost an hour and a half later than the originally published time to begin.

While the top of the bill changed, any event anchored by Old Crow Medicine Show, Sturgill Simpson and Willie Nelson wasn’t going to disappoint. After Lee, a band on the rise, The Wild Feathers, took to the stage and made the most of their opportunity – being a late addition to the ticket.

Old Crow Medicine Show

As 6:30pm rolled around, OCMS took over with an impressive and energetic set which raised the bar and took the event to an entirely different level. Their shear range of musical talent was spectacular as members switched from guitar, to drums, keys, fiddle, bass, and even an accordion – self described by Ketch Secor as a “squeeze box”.

The band was joined on stage by world renowned musician Mickey Raphael, best known for his harmonica playing alongside Willie Nelson, for a Nelson cover and then their own hit song, Wagon Wheel.

Sturgill Simpson

Next up was Sturgill Simpson and his commitment to letting the music speak for itself continues. There were no bright flashing lights, smoke machines or anything else on stage to distract from the musical experience about to take place.

Just Simpson, who stood side stage as opposed to front and center, and his band composed of drummer Miles Miller, bassist Chuck Bartels and Bobby Emmett on the keys.

A highlight of the evening was when Simpson addressed the audience with 20-plus minutes remaining in his set. He said it was enough time for three to four more songs or two really good ones. Immediately, it was decided on two really good ones and Simpson proceeded to play essentially non-stop to complete the set with a small break between songs and bits and pieces of a few others. His guitar skill on full display, it was a memorable moment that would soon be unfortunately overshadowed by what was about to happen.

Willie Nelson

Scheduled to take the stage at 9:40pm, Nelson entered just a few minutes late with his band. He walked toward Trigger (his famous guitar) and immediately picked up and put down his signature red, white and blue guitar strap. Following, he circled the stage and exited.

Initial thoughts were that something had not been set up properly or he had forgotten something backstage. However, as time passed the eery feeling something was wrong crept over the crowd. Eventually, Nelson would return to a huge ovation.

This time, he managed to pick up Trigger but replaced it on the stand before angrily removing his hat, tossing it to the crowd and exiting again. Time passed and as the 11:00pm curfew drew close, it was finally announced that the show had been cancelled with an official announcement of Nelson being “under the weather”.

The reactions of those both in attendance and on social media varied considerably. People demanded refunds (patrons were told to keep their tickets) and resorted to name-calling while others defended the legend.

Willie Nelson is 85 years old and we should be appreciative that he remains committed to touring and allowing new generations to experience his expertise. It was disappointing to not hear the first notes of Whiskey River or any other hits but his health is the ultimate concern and there is no shame in Nelson electing to not put himself into a dangerous situation.

Nelson performed his scheduled show on Sunday night in Washington D.C. at an indoor venue as the Charlotte weather could have definitely played a factor in the cancellation. Reports were Nelson was having a hard time catching his breath at the Raleigh show on Friday night and it was extremely humid on Saturday (Simpson commented on the humidity playing a factor in tuning his guitar all set).

While there will likely never be an exact reason given for the abrupt departure – speculation has ranged from being disappointed with the crowd, lineup and other factors – the good news is that Nelson was able to put on a show the following night and may return to make amends in Charlotte at some point in the future.

Red Dirt NC: Weekend Watch, May 25-27

Two different festivals highlight Memorial Day weekend across North Carolina…

The Outlaw Music Festival makes its way across North Carolina this weekend along with Gears and Guitars (May 25-28) in Winston-Salem. Both are jam packed with solid lineups and should provide plenty of entertainment for everyone who attends.

If your preference this Memorial Day weekend is for a more intimate setting, there’s opportunity for that as well. A variety of other shows are taking place as the unofficial start to summer begins!

Get out and enjoy a show!

FRIDAY – MAY 25, 2018

Outlaw Music Festival – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek, Raleigh

4:00pm – Gates Open
5:45pm – Delta Rae
6:35pm – Alison Krauss
8:05pm – Sturgill Simpson
9:45pm – Willie Nelson

Shane Smith and the Saints – Motorco Music Hall, Durham

From their home base in Austin through performances across the country (17 states) and abroad (Ireland), these five gentlemen have not just stuck stubbornly to their musical and lyrical convictions. They’ve defied audience expectations by delivering incendiary shows, each one ignited by the band’s ability to unleash, feed from and feed back the energy of the crowd — in spite of the fact that they don’t fit easily into any musical category.

Corey Hunt Band – Motorco Music Hall, Durham

“Hunt’s songwriting ranges from sincere romanticism to outlaw rebellion, and their do-it-yourself approach to booking, recording, and gigging has given them the freedom to explore and expand their music as they grow.  With room to grow and momentum on their side, their crowd-pleasing and relatable take on modern roots music is poised for bigger and better things every time they hit the stage or the studio.”

Jamie McLean Band – The Blue Note Grill, Durham

Jamie McLean is a triple threat. His blue eyed southern soul vocals ooze raw emotion and his top line songwriting chops tie everything together.  With hundreds of original compositions to his name McLean creates a musical gumbo that incorporates New Orleans soul, Delta blues, middle America roots and New York City swagger.

SATURDAY – MAY 26, 2018

Outlaw Music Festival – PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte

3:30pm – Gates Open
4:10pm – Mitchell Lee
5:00pm – Wild Feathers
6:30pm – Old Crow Medicine Show
8:00pm – Sturgill Simpson
9:40pm – Willie Nelson

Chris Stalcup – 185 King St., Brevard

In a just world, Stalcup’s name should be included amongst the new breed of artists including Isbell, Simpson and Stapleton who are marrying tradition and truth. ~ Eric Risch / Pop Matters

SUNDAY – MAY 27, 2018

Gears and Guitars – Bailey Park, Winston-Salem

5:00pm – Gates Open
Charley Crockett
Amanda Shires
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

See the full four-day festival lineup here.


Look for us out on the road this weekend and enjoy the shows! Don’t forget, keep spreading the love, one song at a time…