Chase Rice is following up his summer on tour with Kenny Chesney with his second straight year of headlining a fall tour. His JD & Jesus Tour is bigger and better than last year’s and features support from Cadillac Three and some other small time acts such as Luke Combs and Cole Taylor. He’ll bring the tour to the Lowell Memorial Auditorium on November 19. Continue reading Chase Rice’s JD & Jesus Tour Setlist
Dailey & Vincent may be the biggest stars in bluegrass music. The three-time Grammy nominated duo has performed at iconic venues from coast to coast and last year took their family friendly show to the seas for the Dailey & Vincent cruise. They aren’t making new country music by any stretch of the imagination, but what they are creating is soulful music that makes you feel good. Their new album, ALIVE! In Concert, is available now exclusively at Cracker Barrel stores and online at crackerbarrel.com. On it you’ll hear songs never before released by the duo including the powerful “American Pride.” We talked with the superstar duo to find out what went into recording this live album.
It’s been a while since Joe Nichols headlined his own tour. After the success of his most recent release Crickets, which has produced back to back number one hits, Nichols decided it was time to give his fans a headlining show. With a setlist ranging from “Brokenheartsville” and “The Shape I’m In” to covers of Aloe Blacc’s “The Man,” Nichols showed a sold out House of Blues crowd that he’s more than just a traditional country singer.
Brandy Clark took the stage this weekend as one of the opening acts for Alan Jackson’s Keepin’ It Country Tour. Clark, who’s nominated for two Grammy’s this year, is probably best known as a songwriter. However, she proved this weekend that she’s much more. The surprisingly talented vocalist treated the crowd to a few tracks off her debut album 12 Stories and a couple songs she’s penned for other country stars. By opening her set with the revenge driven “Stripes” she set the tone for the remainder of her set. She went solo acoustic for tracks penned for Miranda Lambert (Mama’s Broken Heart) and The Band Perry (Better Dig Two). By stripping things down Clark was able to further showcase her vocals. Clark’s best talent is songwriting and as the lyrics came to life on stage she captivated the crowd.
Eric Church brings his The Outsiders World Tour to New England this weekend. He’ll stop at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, NH on Thursday night followed by two nights at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT. It’s the first time Church has performed in the region since he opened for Kenny Chesney at Gillette Stadium last August. There are still some tickets available for each show, which can be purchased here, as for the show itself here’s what to expect from the high energy headliner.