Here’s what’s scheduled throughout Summer 2019:
June 13 – The Dip
"Hailing from Seattle, The Dip is an electrifying seven-piece ensemble that melds vintage rhythm and blues and modern pop with "impeccably crafted, 60's-steeped soul" (KEXP).
June 20 – Easton Corbin
American Songwriter says, "Easton Corbin has one of those rare, glorious voices that was made—just made—for singing country music.”
June 27 – Randy Rogers Band
Self-described as a unique brotherhood fueled by a shared passion for making great music and a strong commitment to each other, the Randy Rogers Band’s “fearless spirit and sense of camaraderie has made them one of country’s most compelling bands.”
July 4 – The Lovers
The Lovers duo features Amanda June and Cole Vosbury, two singer-songwriters who met in Nashville back in 2014 shortly after Cole’s Top 4 appearance on NBC’s The Voice Season 5.
July 11 – Parker McCollum
Parker McCollum is an Americana singer-songwriter based in Austin, Texas who “treats each song he writes with a painstaking level of dedication, reverence, respect and, as he’ll readily admit, even a bit of obsession.”
July 18 – Joywave
American indie rock band from Rochester, New York, Joywave has opened for The Killers in addition to touring and playing major music festivals .
July 25 – Casey Donahew
Based out of Burleson, Texas, Casey Donahew and his country band are high energy and have successfully charted their last four albums in the Billboard US Country Top 10.
August 1 – Stoney Larue
A Texas Country/Red Dirt artist, Stoney Larue got his start in Stillwater, Oklahoma college bars, playing music heavily influenced by Woody Guthrie and Bob Childers that has reached Billboard sales charts.
August 8 – Koe Wetzel
Based in Stephenville, Texas, singer/songwriter Koe Wetzel and his band play Texas rock & roll with a country blend.
August 15 – Colony House
A four-piece indie rock band out of Tennessee, the group takes its name from “a humble apartment complex on 11th Ave. in downtown Franklin” that each member at some point called home.
August 16 – The Strumbellas
This six-piece Canadian rock band play tunes described as “alternative country, indie rock, farm emo and gothic folk,” and have been touring Australia, Europe and North America.
August 22 – Eli Young Band
Two of the four American country group Eli Young Band members met as dorm roommates at the University of North Texas and went on to chart eight times and land three number one singles on Billboard country charts