Ryan Hurd – Tour De Pelago

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Niko Moon: The Good Time Tour

Accessible accommodations should purchase a General Admission ticket and will be taken care of at the venue day of event. Mobile ticket delivery delayed until 72hrs prior to event Preferred Access Ticket Includes Front of the Line Access, a Guaranteed Seat, and a Show Poster Age Restriction: 16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian

Dalton & the Sheriffs

Dalton & the Sheriffs

Fueled by a fervent fan base, Dalton & the Sheriffs has been many things over the past 11 years, from an acoustic act to pay the bills, to a nationally touring outfit of hired guns. But — at long last — it is finally something it has never been before: a true band. The additions of Ryan Jackson (guitars and keys), Jay Tagg (guitars), Dennis Walsh (bass), and Jake Wertman (drums) coalesced in the moments before the pandemic during a show at the legendary Paradise Rock Club in Boston on March 10, 2020. Rather than standing still during the pandemic, the band became a corporation, sold shares to their friends and released 23 new songs under the watchful ears of producer Kevin Billingslea at Halo Studio. Armed with a two albums’ worth of new material, the band has launched an aggressive touring schedule, highlighted by their headlining turn at the 5,000 capacity Leader Bank Pavilion on August 27th, 2021.

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Gregory Dwane Record Release

Gregory Dwane Record Release with Sebastian Blanck

Boy Named Banjo: Where The Night Goes Tour

Boy Named Banjo: Where The Night Goes Tour with JR Atkins

Jameson Rodgers: Cold Beer Calling My Name Tour

Jameson Rodgers: Cold Beer Calling My Name Tour with Hunter Phelps

Jameson Rodgers

iHeartRadioMusic Awards Best New Country Artist nominee Jameson Rodgers is quickly cementing his place as one of country music’s most intriguing singer/songwriters. Not only does the Mississippi native currently find himself enjoying the success of his Platinum-certified No. 1 hit “Some Girls” and his follow-up smash “Cold Beer Calling My Name” featuring label mate Luke Combs, but the 33-year-old is now utilizing these addictive songs as the firm foundation for his new EP,In It for the Money. It’s all a part of a journey that began in 2010, when Rodgers moved to Nashville and started laying the ground work of his career at a myriad of open mic nights in Music City. Soon, Rodgers’ talent as a songwriter began to get noticed, as he co-penned Platinum-selling hits for Florida Georgia Line (Top 10 single “Talk You Out of It”) and Chris Lane (No. 1 smash “I Don’t Know About You”), along with “Camouflage Hat” on Jason Aldean’s most recent album9and the title track of Luke Bryan’s latest releaseBorn Here Live Here Die Here. In 2019, Rodgers found himself in arenas of screaming fans as an opener on Combs’ tour, only to find himself off the road in 2020 due to the pandemic. But it is this time that offered him the chance to create a new EP that takes bits and pieces of Rodgers’ truth and puts them together into a project in which a shy guy speaks loud about life and love and lessons learned.

Joshua Ray Walker

Joshua Ray Walker with Georgia Sackler 

Joshua Ray Walker

Once the best-kept secret of Dallas’ music scene, Joshua Ray Walker catapulted himself into the international spotlight with his 2019 debut, Wish You Were Here. An album of character-driven songwriting and golden-era Texas twang, Wish You Were Here didn’t just nod to the larger-than-life troubadours who’d inspired Walker’s craft — it brought him into their ranks, too, adding Walker’s name to the shortlist of songwriters worthy of carrying the torches of Guy Clark, John Prine, and Blaze Foley.

What may have looked like overnight success to an outsider was, in reality, the product of a decade-long climb up the industry’s ranks. A working musician since the age of 13, Walker spent years balancing his gigs as a sideman with a dizzyingly busy schedule of solo shows, regularly racking up more than 250 gigs annually. He sharpened his songwriting, too, developing a blend of autobiography and fiction that often revealed as much about the song’s creator as its characters. That prolific approach now leads Walker to 2020’s Glad You Made It, a sophomore record that both matches and magnifies the vital, vulnerable lure of his debut.

Georgia Sackler

Georgia Sackler is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and actor living in Brooklyn, New York. Creating at the crossroads of nostalgia-steeped tradition and hopeful promise, her classical voice background informs a deep musical and poetic sensitivity, a “fresh air of song writing.” 

Her debut EP, Where Once Grew Green, is a modern folk tale. It offers listeners a tender memorial of youth and innocence, paired with an emotional thesis for the future. Georgia wrestles with the passage of time—facing loss, grief, and mental health struggles—and upholds that we need not suffer these things alone. The narrative she crafts is undeniably melancholic, but woven together with threads of hope; where once grew green will again renew. The EP is available everywhere you buy or stream music. 

Georgia was also deemed “intimidatingly attractive” by a stranger on the downtown F subway platform, as well as “almost never out of tune” by Apartment Sessions co-founder Luke McGinnis. 

Her original music has been featured in the webseries “When Romeo Met Juliet” by Audrey Kurtz, the short film “WINK” by Olivia Von Opel, and in virtual programming for The PK Method.

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Bailey Bryan

Bailey Bryan with Leah Kate

 

Bailey Bryan

I’d gotten a text from a dude that was like, ‘You can come over if you want,’” she recalls. “That if you want makes everything worse. and it’s 11pm, so no, I don’t want to go anywhere right now.” Bailey Bryan’s new single “play w/ me” is buoyed by warm, ‘90s R&B uplift and a skittering beat. The kiss-off to a guy who won’t quit playing games illustrates a remarkable pivot in musical perspective for the 22-year-old. Bryan may have first broken out with an acoustic lean, but full-fledged pop runs deep for her: “This is the first time I can listen back to what I’ve written and feel like this is stuff that I just went through,” she says. “And these are sounds that feel really cool—and really me—in this moment. I allowed myself the space to feel my feelings,” she says. “And I’m so happy I get to put these experiences into words. I’m writing about dating around and upholding my own standards. I think you can be a sensitive bad bitch… know your worth, but still admit that your feelings can get hurt.” To bring her vision to life, Bryan enlisted the help of production team the Monsters & Strangerz (Rihanna, Selena Gomez).
Bryan, a native of rural Washington State, first moved to Nashville in 2016 with dreams of Music City stardom and to pursue her passion of songwriting. Following her buzzy debut single, she quickly became an Artist to Watch (Rolling Stone, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly) while earning praise from the New York Times for her “rich songwriting.”

Leah Kate

Leah Kate is a rising independent pop artist whose music feels like the 90’s has met the 2020’s. Thus, she is taking you to the 2090’s; bringing you to the retro- electro pop that defined the era as deliciously groovy, passionate, and brimming with a hopeful future. Her sound fits in the pockets between Dua Lipa, Fletcher, and King Princess. Leah has garnered over 30 million streams independently and her latest single “Fuck Up The Friendship” was a global viral hit, gaining major traction globally with no label. Instead, Leah has partnered with co-founder of Reddit and tech investor, Alexis Ohanian.

 

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