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New Heartaches

Saturday February 17

Show: 9:30

Cover: $10

New Heartaches are spreading that honky tonk all around town. Kick up your heels to the big bottom sound of Michael “Q” Quiroz, our guns on the drums Theresa Drda, the guitar and Mandolin stylings of Tony Wittrock, the purty vocals of Dave Huizinga and Kary Ream, the unforgettable fiddling and voice of Emily Albright, and Paul Mally tickling the ivories. It’s sure to be one heck of a bash when you see them on the bill!

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Y'all's Brunch

Sunday February 18

Show: 12:00PM

Cover: $5

Howdy, y’all! Come on down yonder to Chicago’s very own country western inspired drag show “Y’all’s Brunch” where ALL are welcome. Get your boots scootin’ with performances by talented Chicago Drag SUPERSTARS. Hosted by Mini Pearl Necklace, the “Jewel of the Cumberland Clam” and former co-host of Nashville’s 6-year running comedy drag show “SheHaw.” One-of-a-kind ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD, DRINKS, FUN, LAUGHS, PRIZES at Carol’s Pub!

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CHICAGO'S MUSICAL
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Tuesday February 20

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us at Carol's Pub for BINGO hosted by Chicago's Musical Comedy Cougar, Aunt Nance! Live music, great food, and it's free to play!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday February 21

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

Join us every Wednesday for Whaddayaknow? Trivia! 8pm trivia starts and it's free to play! Visit freepubtrivia.com for more information.

Poster for Chicago Honky Tonk Review w/ Lydia Cash and Olivia & The Lovers with Ashland Craft on February 22, 2024 at Carol's Pub

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Chicago Honky Tonk Review

w/ Lydia Cash and
Olivia & The Lovers

Thursday February 22

Show: 7:00

Cover: $8 ADV | $10 DOS

CJ Melton is a Chicago based musician and audio engineer. Their part in organizing this series comes from a desire to encourage and deepen a sense of community through celebration of local art, and to see bands they like play good music!

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Reverie Stone

Friday February 23

Show: 9:30

Cover: $8

Do you like songs that bring back great memories? Want stellar vocals, swingin' guitars, and sweet pedal steel melodies? Come get a foot-stompin' set of your favorite country songs from all decades! Make it a night to remember with Reverie Stone!

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Dalton and The Sheriffs

Saturday February 24

Show: 9:30

Cover: $12ADV | $15DOS

The one constant in Dalton & the Sheriffs’ remarkable rise from three-hour sets in the barrooms of Boston, to national stages such as CMA Fest, is the band’s authenticity. Brian Scully (vocals/acoustic guitar), Jon Silva (lead guitar), James Zaner (drums), Sam Bouve (bass) and Ryan Jackson (keys/guitars) rip through shows with frenetic energy, perhaps best described as country music, tinged with Americana heartland vibes, and played with a bar-friendly edge-of-punk rowdiness. Everyone sings along. The patrons are as much a part of the show as the band itself. The result is a live band that manages to make every show -- from small clubs to the largest of festivals -- feel a little like a reunion of like-minded souls at their favorite local bar.

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Pop Up Karaoke

Tuesday February 27

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for Pop Up Karaoke! No Cover. $7 Old Fashioneds, $5 Craft Drafts and $4 Fireball shots to get you singing!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday February 28

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

Join us every Wednesday for Whaddayaknow? Trivia! 8pm trivia starts and it's free to play! Visit freepubtrivia.com for more information.

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Chicago Honky Tonk Review

w/ Michelle Billingsley
and Iris Marlowe

Thursday February 29

Show: 7:00

Cover: $8 ADV | $10 DOS

CJ Melton is a Chicago based musician and audio engineer. Their part in organizing this series comes from a desire to encourage and deepen a sense of community through celebration of local art, and to see bands they like play good music!

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The Simple Remedy

Friday March 1

Show: 9:30

Cover: $6

Founded several years ago by Chicago Singer/Songwriter Edward William Ryan, The Simple Remedy has grown into one of the most reliable acts on the music scene.

Also featuring Singer/Songwriter Laura Patricia on Vocals, Michael Pentz on Lead Guitar, Mike Smith on Bass Guitar and Andy Wilmoth on Drums!

The band is a true melting pot of musical influences and keeps the audience guessing as they glide through multiple genres as well as their own original music during their live performances.

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Big Rig Band

Saturday March 2

Show: 9:30

Cover: $10

The Big Rig Band plays nothing but the hits! With an electric sound and authentic charm, this band brings the party to every performance. Their seamless vocal harmonies and Telecaster twang captures the essence of classic country while infusing the energy of modern country hits. From heartwarming ballads to lively singalongs, get ready for a blend of nostalgia and contemporary vibes that'll have you two-stepping and singing along to your favorite tunes!

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Wicked Drawl

EP Release Party

Sunday March 3

Show: 6:00

Cover: $10

An original music experience that criss-crosses through textures of folk, country & classical while hinting at the spirit of musical theater/cabaret. The songwriting is led by composer/arranger, Keith Kusterer and is amplified by the genre-bending vocal stylings of Christina Pecce, sonorous upright bass slaps of Jeff Parker and Chicago's own virtuoso gem of a pianist, Casey Cross.

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Bingo With
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CHICAGO'S MUSICAL
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Tuesday March 5

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us at Carol's Pub for BINGO hosted by Chicago's Musical Comedy Cougar, Aunt Nance! Live music, great food, and it's free to play!

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Ward Davis

w/ Isaac Rudd and The Revolvers

Thursday March 7

Show: 8:00

Cover: $20

American Singer Songwriter from Monticello, Arkansas by way of Nashville, Tennesse, Ward Davis has had songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw, Bucky Covington, Jimmie Van Zant, Buddy Jewel, Carolina Rain, The Roys, and more. Most recently, Ward Davis co-wrote “I’m Not The Devil” with Cody Jinks, with whom he subsequently toured with nationwide.

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Memphis Kee

Friday March 8

Show: 9:00

Cover: $12

Austin-based Memphis Kee, formed in 2020, channels the songwriting influences of Hayes Carll, Robert Earl Keen, and Evan Felker and a wide array of musical influences spanning the full spectrum of genres. Their music blends raucous barroom country, love and loss stories, and gritty murder ballads into what they call "Shred Dirt" country rock, infused with Memphis blues and soul.

The band members are Memphis Kee (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Spencer Carlson (lead guitar, vocals), Paul Pinon (drums), Joey Sisk (bass), and Jake Waylon (mandolin, keys, guitar, vocals).

Their full-length record, "Wimberley," recorded at Yellow Dog Studios with Grammy-winning producer Adam Odor, gained international recognition, including a notable cover of Ryan Adams' "Come Pick Me Up." Media outlets like Saving County Music and Whiskey Riff praised the album, with Saving County Music listing it among their "Essential Albums List" for 2022, while Whiskey Riff predicted Memphis Kee's rise to household name status in the near future.

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The Messengers

Saturday March 9

Show: 9:30

Cover: $6

Night after night...show after show, The Messengers leave audiences dancing, singing and screaming for more. The sound, based on their incredible harmony and raw power, tears through the best pop, rock, and modern country! A huge set list that includes everything from Miranda to Mumford...from Queen to Pitbull. Sing-a-long favorites follow unexpected medleys that mix classics with today's current hits. Every show is different, and every night offers another chance to get the message.

Poster for St. Baldrick's Foundation 13th Annual Head Shaving Event on March 10, 2024 at Carol's Pub

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St. Baldrick's Foundation

13th Annual Head
Shaving Event

w/ The Beaver Moon Band

Sunday March 10

Event: 12:00PM

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Pop Up Karaoke

Tuesday March 12

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for Pop Up Karaoke! No Cover. $7 Old Fashioneds, $5 Craft Drafts and $4 Fireball shots to get you singing!

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Chicago Honky Tonk Review

w/ Painted Canyon and
The Rust Riders

Thursday March 14

Show: 7:00

Cover: $8 ADV | $10 DOS

CJ Melton is a Chicago based musician and audio engineer. Their part in organizing this series comes from a desire to encourage and deepen a sense of community through celebration of local art, and to see bands they like play good music!

Poster for Sam Grow on March 15, 2024 at Carol's Pub

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Sam Grow

Friday March 15

Show: 9:00

Cover: $15 ADV | $20 DOS

Country singer Sam Grow is a small-town kid from Southern Maryland who’s been fortunate enough to cash in on big dreams thanks to hard work. Recently crossing more than 125 Million Spotify streams on his music, Grow is showing no signs of slowing down as he prepares to release of his 4th studio album Avalon Avenue in January 2024.

It began with his first studio full-length album, 2019’s Love and Whiskey which debuted at #1 on the iTunes chart and a lot has changed since then. He followed its success with his sophomore album This Town and the smash hit ‘Song About You’. Grow didn’t wait long to release his 3rd studio album and step into the role of full-time producer, releasing Manchester in November of 2022 featuring ‘Without You’.

Named one of Billboard Magazine’s coveted “7 Country Acts To Watch” list, and touted by Music Row as a sure-bet for future superstardom, Grow is showing no signs of a slowdown. Making his Grand Ole Opry debut in November of 2021 and following that with a second appearance on that hallowed stage in 2023.

Next Grow is embarking on his ‘Cigars & Bars Acoustic Tour’ crisscrossing the US from January to March of 2024. Confirmed dates include Massachusetts, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Oregon, California, Kansas, Nevada and many others.

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Sorry For Partying

Saturday March 16

Show: 9:30

Cover: $8

The dictionary defines sorry for partying as “the act of apologizing for having an awesome time”. If that is the case then the Chicago based cover band Sorry For Partying will have you apologizing all night long! This high-energy, five piece band will have you on your feet dancing from the very first note to the last. With a set list covering over six decades of music and all types of genres, it is guaranteed that you will not only know, but will be singing along with every song. Come out and see for yourself and we’ll make it a sorry for partying night! For more info visit www.sorryforpartyingmusic.com

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St. Patrick's Day Party

You Can't Drink All Day If You Don't Start In The Mornin'

Saturday March 16

Doors: 10AM

Event: 11AM - 3PM

Cover: $25+

You Can't Drink All Day If You Don't Start in the Morning will continue our annual tradition of being the best and earliest St Patrick's Day AM Party in Chicago! Get your crew together, dress in your warmest green & gold and don’t delay on buying your tickets!!!

Tickets for Carol’s Pub are for 11am-3pm.
Includes an all inclusive food & beverage package.

Reserved Tables available!

Must be 21+

Poster for Whiskey Mick on March 17, 2024 at Carol's Pub

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Whiskey Mick

Sunday March 17

Show: 8:00

Cover: $6

Whiskey Mick is a hard charging six-piece Irish rock/Celtic punk cover band formed on the Northwest side of Chicago in 2015. They have played every big Irish event in Chicago over the last few years. They will keep you rocking all night with songs from The Pogues, Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, The Tossers, The Saw Doctors, U2, Thin Lizzy, etc.

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Bingo With
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CHICAGO'S MUSICAL
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Tuesday March 19

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us at Carol's Pub for BINGO hosted by Chicago's Musical Comedy Cougar, Aunt Nance! Live music, great food, and it's free to play!

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Diamondback

Friday March 22

Show: 9:30

Cover: $10

Diamondback has been a popular staple of the Chicago Country Music scene for quite some time. We bring our female fronted, multi-instrumentalist, tight harmonied party to clubs, private gatherings and festivals throughout the Midwest. We serve up a patented mix of Classic/Prime Country, Americana, Country Rock and New Country that’s guaranteed to have folks singing along and joining the party from the first song. Our extensive song list promises something for everyone.

Diamondback remains committed to bringing Classic Honky Tonk music to the urban masses!

Poster for Trailer Park Twisters on March 23, 2024 at Carol's Pub

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Trailer Park Twisters

Saturday March 23

Show: 9:30

Cover: $6

From small towns to the big city, the Trailer Park Twisters are ripping up all your favorite country tunes and laying waste to prefabricated homes in a 10-mile radius. Formed in 2008 by Paul Cicciarelli, the band features dynamic guitar playing complimented by swelling pedal steel and soaring vocals. From Johnny Cash to Miranda Lambert they’ve got it covered.

Poster for Joe Stamm Band on March 29, 2024 at Carol's Pub

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Joe Stamm Band

Friday March 29

Show: 9:30

Cover: $8

Ever since their inception in 2013, JSB has offered distinct storytelling mixed with their signature Black Dirt Country Rock sound. A sound that Stamm defines as “a nod to our Midwestern roots, as well as the Red Dirt music scene, which has had a big influence on our music.”

From playing in middle-of-nowhere dives to being named Peacemaker Fest’s 2023 “Emerging Artist of the Year,” Stamm has earned the grit and stage presence to support artists like Chris Knight, Shane Smith and the Saints, Tyler Childers, Whiskey Myers, Charles Wesley Godwin and more. It’s the same rough-edged outlaw spirit from his early days that fans will hear in Fort Smith, an EP produced in partnership with Peacemaker Fest that sounds best when driving with the windows down. And it’s the same spirit Joe brings to any stage and every audience today.

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South City Revival

Saturday March 30

Show: 9:30

Cover: $10

South City Revival is a workingman’s band from Chicago, IL. Forged in the city of frigid winters and ferocious wind, the band continues to expand on their vision of Midwest Americana with, "Where There's Smoke, There's Fire". The new album, the band's first full-length effort, is at its core an exploration of country and roots-rock music. Drawing on the energy and story-telling from the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Brooks & Dunn, Tom Petty, and Steve Earle, listeners are immersed in a landscape filled with abandoned steel mills, sticky bar floors and rusted out Chevys.

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Vincent Neil Emerson

Tuesday April 2

Show: 8:00

Cover: $20 ADV | $25 DOS

Vincent Neil Emerson is a torchbearer of the Texas songwriter tradition. He channels the straightforward truth-telling and resonance of his songwriting heroes in Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and Steve Earle into something fresh and distinctly his own. Where his 2019 debut Fried Chicken and Evil Women proved himself as one of the most reverent students of country and western musical traditions, his follow-up LP, the masterful Rodney Crowell-produced Vincent Neil Emerson, which is out June 25 via La Honda Records/Thirty Tigers, is a brave step forward that solidifies his place as one of music's most compelling and emotionally clarifying storytellers. His songs are cathartic and bluntly honest, never mincing words or dancing around uncomfortable truths.

Raised in Van Zandt County in East Texas by a single mother of Choctaw-Apache descent, Emerson's world changed when he first heard Townes Van Zandt's music. "To hear a guy from Fort Worth say those kinds of things and make those songs was pretty eye opening," the now 29-year-old songwriter says. "I had never heard songwriting like that before." He's spent the better part of the past decade honing his songwriting and performance chops playing bars, honky-tonks, and BBQs joint across the Fort Worth area. His first album Fried Chicken and Evil Women, which he wrote in his mid-twenties and came out on La Honda Records, the label he cofounded that now includes a roster of Colter Wall, Local Honeys, and Riddy Arman, is a snapshot of his growth as a songwriter and stage-tested charm with songs like "Willie Nelson's Wall" and "25 and Wastin' Time" expertly combining humor and tragedy.

These marathon gigs and the undeniable songs on his debut introduced Emerson to Canadian songwriter Colter Wall, who quickly became a close friend and took him on tour. With Wall's audience and sold-out theater shows on runs with Charley Crockett, Turnpike Troubadours, and many others, Emerson found his niche. "It took a guy from Canada bringing me on tour for people to actually start paying attention," says Emerson. "Before that it was a grind like anything else just trying to make a living." Crockett is another staunch early supporter of Emerson's and covered Fried Chicken highlight "7 Come 11" on his 2019 LP The Valley.

"I think I've always gravitated towards artists that are honest about what they're doing." says Emerson. "It's the most important thing because people have a chance to connect to a little more if you're telling the truth."

Poster for The Shootouts on April 5, 2024 at Carol's Pub

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The Shootouts

w/ Zack Fedor & the Long Goodbyes

Friday April 5

Show: 9:00

Cover: $10

Hailing from Akron, Ohio,The Shootouts are known for their energetic fusion of Americana, honky tonk and Western swing thatShootouts fans often refer to as “country music for people who don’t like country.” They have shared the stage with luminaries Marty Stuart, Asleep at The Wheel, Steve Earle, Sheryl Crow, Jim Lauderdale, the NittyGritty Dirt Band, Charley Crockett, Radney Foster, Chris Isaak, Raul Malo, Chuck Mead, Kim Richey, and many more. The band also performed an official showcase at AmericanaFest 2021 in Nashville.After releasing their acclaimed 2019 debutQuick Draw, the band charted Top 50 on Americana radio,and in 2020 were nominated for an Ameripolitan Music Award for “Best Honky-Tonk Group.”

Zack Fedor is from the humble farming community of Waverly IL. As early as 2011 Zack could be found in the local taverns playing songs and making friends. Little did he know his love of music, fun times, and good company would become his way of life.

Zack Fedor and The Long Goodbyes takes listeners on a musical journey through the backroads and bars of small town USA. hardship, love, drinking, loss, partying, relationships, and being born in an area often forgotten about.

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South City Revival

Saturday April 6

Show: 9:30

Cover: $10

South City Revival is a workingman’s band from Chicago, IL. Forged in the city of frigid winters and ferocious wind, the band continues to expand on their vision of Midwest Americana with, "Where There's Smoke, There's Fire". The new album, the band's first full-length effort, is at its core an exploration of country and roots-rock music. Drawing on the energy and story-telling from the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Brooks & Dunn, Tom Petty, and Steve Earle, listeners are immersed in a landscape filled with abandoned steel mills, sticky bar floors and rusted out Chevys.

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The Hoyle Brothers

Friday April 12

Show: 9:30

Cover: $8

Grease your gears and clutch-it-up! The Hoyle Brothers are lightin’ the way on the Chicago country music scene, servin’ up a honky-tonkin’ good time. Every time.

Poster for Kashus Culpepper, with Reilly & Cody, on April 18, 2024 at Carol's Pub

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Kashus Culpepper

w/ Reilly & Cody

Thursday April 18

Show: 8:00

Cover: $10 ADV | $13 DOS

26-year-old Navy veteran Kashus Culpepper was born and raised in Alexander City, Alabama where he grew up singing in church and discovered the beauty of music of all genres. With influences ranging from Stevie Wonder and Howlin’ Wolf to Chris Stapleton and Ray Lamontagne, Kashus has developed his own unique singing style that has inspired crowds throughout Alabama and the Mississippi Gulf Coast where he became a fixture in the music scene playing covers and originals five nights a week. While playing in cover bars helped pay the bills, Kashus knew early on that he would much prefer that audiences sing along to his own original songs rather than the songs of others. It was with that in mind that he made the move to Nashville Tennessee where he has been welcomed by the songwriting and artist community.  He has since written some amazing songs that remain rooted in country, but reflect the wide range of music and artistry that have influenced him throughout his life. Be on the lookout for some of those songs to hit streaming platforms in the months ahead.

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Dan Lepien

Friday April 19

Show: 9:30

Cover: $7

Hailing from rural Sauk County, Wisconsin, Dan Lepien is a rising star in the world of country music. He has a genuine passion for spreading traditional country music through his unique and well-crafted songwriting and interactive live shows. Dan's distinctive gritty vocal style sounds reminiscent to some of the timeless country legends and he has drawn comparison to powerhouse vocalists like George Strait, Alan Jackson, and Daryle Singletary. His unwavering approach to the genre has gained him a tight knit and loyal following in Wisconsin, the Midwest, and beyond. In Lepien’s first 5 years into his country music career he has had the privilege of sharing the stage with some of his heroes (Clint Black, Shenandoah), recording in Nashville with some of the same session players that played on many of the songs that shaped him as an artist, has been nominated for several awards (2023 Josie Music Awards 'Rising Star of the Year' and 'Best Male Vocalist' Nominee, 2023 HODAG Regional Pickoff Winner, 2023 Midwest Country Music Organization Rising Star of the Year Nominee, 2022 Shepherd Express's Best of Milwaukee Alt-Country Band Nominee), and has played stages like HODAG, Crystal Grand Theatre, WI State Fair, Summerfest, Watertown Riverfest, Porterfield Country Music Festival, and more.

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The Toasted Coconuts

Saturday April 20

Show: 9:30

Cover: $8

The Toasted Coconuts is a “honky tonk” band based out of central Indiana featuring Mike Holmes, guitar & vocals; Jeremy Sells, drums & vocals; and, “Jumpin’” John Allen, bass & vocals. The band lives in the “Americana” genre covering everything from Waylon to ZZ Top to Tom Petty to Luke Combs — something for everyone! The band is working on their first recording and plan to release something in mid ‘24.

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Payton Smith

w/ Dipper

Thursday April 25

Show: 8:00

Cover: $15 ADV | $20 DOS

At just 23 years old, Louisiana native singer-songwriter and self-taught guitarist, Payton Smith, has a lot to celebrate. Smith began releasing music in 2019; quickly amassing over 50 million streams on his debut single, “Like I Knew You Would”. Known for not only high-energy guitar slinging and smooth vocals, the CMT 2021 Listen Up artist also composed and played every string instrument on each track of his debut project.

As Taste of Country noted his “raw talent, authenticity and strong work ethic are bound to bring him country music success for many, many years” as one of 2021’s Hottest Country Artists Under 25. Music Row called Smith the 2021 Next Big Thing, while “Like I Knew You Would” charted as the number 7 song of the year on Spotify’s Hot Country.

Payton Smith signed with Combustion Masters in late 2022, releasing “Missed The Boat” in early 2023, marking a new era of music, being produced by Combustion’s Chris Farren. Smith’s debut album, What Colors Your Wild, was released on March 19th, with playlisting features on Apple’s New In County, Spotify’s New Music Friday Country and Tidal’s Country Waves, Rising: Country and Amazon Music’s Breakthrough Country. Payton is hitting the road this summer throughout the country opening for Tracy Lawrence, Gary Allan, Lee Brice, Ashley Cooke and more.

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Bryce Leatherwood

Thursday May 9

Show: 8:00

Cover: $10 ADV | $12 DOS

Singer/songwriter Bryce Leatherwood aims to carry the torch of country music and continue the legacy of legends prior. Born and raised in Woodstock, GA, his passion for music began at an early age. Working on his grandfather’s farm every summer, Leatherwood was exposed to the classic country hits of George Jones, Merle Haggard and Conway Twitty. Soon thereafter he began picking up guitars and playing the traditional country music that inspires him today. Leatherwood’s music career began to blossom in Statesboro, GA, where he attended Georgia Southern University. During his time in Statesboro, Leatherwood played college venues and continued to grow his stage presence and his country music repertoire. While in college, Leatherwood formed his band and began playing all around the Southeast. Bryce’s goal was to take the stage and play the best of country music to all ages and audiences. Just weeks after graduating college, Bryce set his mind on a new task. In 2022, Leatherwood competed on the NBC hit television show The Voice and was crowned the Season 22 winner in December. Following his success, Leatherwood moved to Nashville where he has been songwriting and recording for a forthcoming project on Universal Music Group Nashville/Republic Records, the first of which is "The Finger," out now. Leatherwood continues to perform live shows, including opening several tour dates for Dwight Yoakum. Online at www.bryceleatherwood.com.

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Jesse Daniel

w/ Alex Williams

Thursday May 23

Show: 8:00

Cover: $15 ADV | $20 DOS

Jesse Daniel has been a well respected name within traditional