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Clayton Kaiser
Dec
29
6:00 PM18:00

Clayton Kaiser

Clayton sweats and bleeds country music. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, his childhood of cloudy hikes and Methodist choral rehearsals forged a songwriter with a penchant for RocknRoll and the outdoors. His range falls between growling baritone and howling tenor, in the same vein as his songwriting heroes, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams. With biting cynicism and heavy-handed lyrical work, Clayton is gnawing his way into a long career in music.

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Ryan Rooster Lee
Dec
1
6:00 PM18:00

Ryan Rooster Lee

Since 2014, Ryan Rooster Lee has played in venues all over the mid-south including TN, IL, LA, TX, KY, AL, and MS. RRL continues to write and work on new material daily for a new album so that he may continue to inspire others to “chase your dreams” no matter what your dream may be. 

In 2016, RRL made the official move to Nashville from Northwest TN. Here he discovered an opportunity in the film industry as well. Within one year, RRL appeared in 14 episodes of the CMT show NASHVILLE (with one featured scene in episode 5), one episode on Still the King starring Billy Ray Cyrus, and his most exciting experience was the movie All Saints starring John Corbett, David Keith, and Barry Corbin.RRL plans to pursue his love for music and film with intensions of persuading others to be persistent and Chase Your Dreams.

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Joe Blaylock
Nov
30
6:00 PM18:00

Joe Blaylock

Just a simple country boy from a small town in Tennessee, Joe Blaylock brings his songs to you one bar at a time. Check out his debut single, "Things That I've Done," on all digital download/streaming platforms. His new single, " 100 Proof Heartache" drops November 9th.

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Dan Conn
Nov
24
6:00 PM18:00

Dan Conn

Dan Conn & The Travelin' Kind is a band founded on friendship and a passion for good music. And what started as just an occasional Sunday afternoon jam session has solidified into a authentic americana rock band. Inspired by musicians ranging from Bruce Springsteen, The Band, and Neil Young, Conn says he has always been inspired by "songwriters who write about real life" - which is evident on the bands self titled release. The album which was released in October is full of roots rock songs that reflect simple honest about life, love, and the pursuit there of.

The band is made up of drummer Heath Stone, bassist Adam Humphrey, and guitarist Andy Mullins, as well as Conn himself. Together, they have the momentum of a Steve Earle and The Dukes record with lyrical background of a John Hiatt. Conn writes songs about his life, but they always seem to reach further. For example, "Josie Sings The Blues" might have started with inspiration from his black lab but has become a song about how music connects people through a "high and lonesome sound." Lyrics like "Sing a song about reception or that old time religion... or a song about a train or that ol Kentucky rain... O Josie, won't you sing me the blues" engage the country songs that have come before, but not in a way that feels like a throwback. Conn has a relationship with these old songs and they represent warmth and comfort as they do with so many fans. This is what makes Dan Conn & The Travelin' Kind stand out: they work within the genre and honor what came before, all the while creating new songs for audiences to sing along with.

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Britt Dignan
Nov
16
6:00 PM18:00

Britt Dignan

Chicago native singer-songwriter Britt Dignan has the ability to capture your heart with his talent for writing meaningful lyrics placed smoothly over his slick Acoustic melodies and impromptu jams. He paints a picture with his folksy storytelling, soulful rooted voice and extraordinary stage presence, placed a top a high energized passion and love for music! Roots Rock at its finest!

Britt has shared the stage with many nationally touring bands such as Matthew West, Mr. Blotto, Scott Stapp and Young Dubliners to name a few. Gracing the stage of a plethora of well known iconic Venues and establishments in Chicago (Double Door, Cubby Bear, Subterranean, Hard Rock Cafe, The Tree Of Joliet, Goose Island and Martyrs) San Fransisco (The Press Club), Nashville (Hard Rock Cafe, Douglas Corner Cafe, The National Underground and recording twice with Balcony Tv), Louisville & many more. He has become an accomplished Singer/Songwriter throughout the Midwest and its surrounding states.

His first full length album "Ordinary Life" was released in late January 2014 and had concert goers of all ages raving over his fresh southern folk style and old timey blues jams with a jazzy twist. You will find yourself singing his catchy songs over and over again. Such as, “Friendly Neighbors”, Get's You High”, and his hit single “Lover's and Sinners”. Britt Dignan was voted Chicago Deli Magazine's "Artist Of The Month" in August 2014.

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Mack McKenzie
Oct
20
6:00 PM18:00

Mack McKenzie

Mack McKenzie, a Dayton, Ohio native, is truly one of a kind. Writing from the real life experience of the working class, Alternative-Country and Roots Rock are the cornerstone of Mack's music. A 101st Airborne Combat Veteran, Mack has seen the world, both good and bad, and it shines through in his music. Sonically similar to acts such as Waylon Jennings, Son Volt, Sturgill Simpson, Drive-by Truckers and Jason Isbell, Mack's music has depth and meaning you can enjoy and relate to. Having shared the stage with acts such as Shooter Jennings, Hellbound Glory, American Aquarium, this isn't the first rodeo for Mack McKenzie.

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Dann Conn
Oct
12
6:00 PM18:00

Dann Conn

Dan Conn & The Travelin' Kind is a band founded on friendship and a passion for good music. And what started as just an occasional Sunday afternoon jam session has solidified into a authentic americana rock band. Inspired by musicians ranging from Bruce Springsteen, The Band, and Neil Young, Conn says he has always been inspired by "songwriters who write about real life" - which is evident on the bands self titled release. The album which was released in October is full of roots rock songs that reflect simple honest about life, love, and the pursuit there of.

The band is made up of drummer Heath Stone, bassist Adam Humphrey, and guitarist Andy Mullins, as well as Conn himself. Together, they have the momentum of a Steve Earle and The Dukes record with lyrical background of a John Hiatt. Conn writes songs about his life, but they always seem to reach further. For example, "Josie Sings The Blues" might have started with inspiration from his black lab but has become a song about how music connects people through a "high and lonesome sound." Lyrics like "Sing a song about reception or that old time religion... or a song about a train or that ol Kentucky rain... O Josie, won't you sing me the blues" engage the country songs that have come before, but not in a way that feels like a throwback. Conn has a relationship with these old songs and they represent warmth and comfort as they do with so many fans. This is what makes Dan Conn & The Travelin' Kind stand out: they work within the genre and honor what came before, all the while creating new songs for audiences to sing along with.

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Fate McAfee & Melanie Davis Live
Sep
21
6:00 PM18:00

Fate McAfee & Melanie Davis Live

Fate McAfee

Fate McAfee began writing original music at the age of 20, recorded his first full length studio album at 22, and has played small festivals and coffee shops and dive bars everywhere from the Appalachian Mountains to the Mississippi River, from the streets of New Orleans to theaters in Kentucky. He is from West Tennessee originally and typically plays solo, but collaborated with several talented musicians for his debut album "Little Bill & the Late Fees", recorded in Paducah, Kentucky, where he currently resides.

Melanie Davis

Singer-songwriter from Murray, KY (and occasionally southern Indiana) - writing about people, places, and things of no particular or lots of importance, depending on how you wanna hear it

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Dan Conn
Sep
15
6:00 PM18:00

Dan Conn

Dan Conn & The Travelin' Kind is a band founded on friendship and a passion for good music. And what started as just an occasional Sunday afternoon jam session has solidified into a authentic americana rock band. Inspired by musicians ranging from Bruce Springsteen, The Band, and Neil Young, Conn says he has always been inspired by "songwriters who write about real life" - which is evident on the bands self titled release. The album which was released in October is full of roots rock songs that reflect simple honest about life, love, and the pursuit there of.

The band is made up of drummer Heath Stone, bassist Adam Humphrey, and guitarist Andy Mullins, as well as Conn himself. Together, they have the momentum of a Steve Earle and The Dukes record with lyrical background of a John Hiatt. Conn writes songs about his life, but they always seem to reach further. For example, "Josie Sings The Blues" might have started with inspiration from his black lab but has become a song about how music connects people through a "high and lonesome sound." Lyrics like "Sing a song about reception or that old time religion... or a song about a train or that ol Kentucky rain... O Josie, won't you sing me the blues" engage the country songs that have come before, but not in a way that feels like a throwback. Conn has a relationship with these old songs and they represent warmth and comfort as they do with so many fans. This is what makes Dan Conn & The Travelin' Kind stand out: they work within the genre and honor what came before, all the while creating new songs for audiences to sing along with.

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Mack McKenzie
Sep
1
6:00 PM18:00

Mack McKenzie

Mack McKenzie makes his Hopkinsville, Kentucky debut at Hopkinsville Brewing Company. September 1st at 6pm. Original Alt-Country, based out of Dayton, Ohio.

Mack McKenzie, a Dayton, Ohio native, is truly one of a kind. Writing from the real life experience of the working class, Alternative-Country and Roots Rock are the cornerstone of Mack's music . Mack McKenzie and his band have made the region take notice of what new country music can be again, versus what is being heard on the radio. A 101st Airborne Combat Veteran, Mack has seen the world, both good and bad and it shines through in his music. Sonically similar to acts such as Waylon Jennings, Son Volt, Sturgill Simpson, Drive-by Truckers and Jason Isbell, Mack's music has depth and meaning you can enjoy and relate to. Having shared the stage with acts such as Shooter Jennings, Hellbound Glory, American Aquarium, this isn't the first rodeo for Mack McKenzie and his band.

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Dan Conn
Jul
6
6:00 PM18:00

Dan Conn

Dan Conn & The Travelin' Kind is a band founded on friendship and a passion for good music. And what started as just an occasional Sunday afternoon jam session has solidified into a authentic americana rock band. Inspired by musicians ranging from Bruce Springsteen, The Band, and Neil Young, Conn says he has always been inspired by "songwriters who write about real life" - which is evident on the bands self titled release. The album which was released in October is full of roots rock songs that reflect simple honest about life, love, and the pursuit there of.

The band is made up of drummer Heath Stone, bassist Adam Humphrey, and guitarist Andy Mullins, as well as Conn himself. Together, they have the momentum of a Steve Earle and The Dukes record with lyrical background of a John Hiatt. Conn writes songs about his life, but they always seem to reach further. For example, "Josie Sings The Blues" might have started with inspiration from his black lab but has become a song about how music connects people through a "high and lonesome sound." Lyrics like "Sing a song about reception or that old time religion... or a song about a train or that ol Kentucky rain... O Josie, won't you sing me the blues" engage the country songs that have come before, but not in a way that feels like a throwback. Conn has a relationship with these old songs and they represent warmth and comfort as they do with so many fans. This is what makes Dan Conn & The Travelin' Kind stand out: they work within the genre and honor what came before, all the while creating new songs for audiences to sing along with.

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The Retrovales
Jun
30
6:00 PM18:00

The Retrovales

The Retrovales are back by popular demand! A touring duo, their music is a blend of folk and pop with an emphasis on acoustic roots, strong lyrics, and mesmerizing harmonies. In early 2016, SarahJayne Balash and Corey Travis Bean began performing together in dive bars and breweries across the southeast, quickly picking up a fan base. After signing to BassLine, the two released their debut self-titled album, The Retrovales, on February 18, 2017. It is available on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon.

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