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Country music legend John Anderson is hitting the road in 2017, for a North American tour that will see the ACM and CMA award winner making stops at venues nationwide. Crowds are raving over the must-see experience, which includes sell-out shows in 15 of Anderson’s last 17 appearances. This year also marks the 35th anniversary of the album Wild & Blue, which featured the signature hit, “Swingin’.”
“I’m really excited about doing these acoustic shows. It gives my fans an opportunity to experience a whole other side to John Anderson they haven’t seen before in an intimate setting, and the reaction so far has been overwhelming,” said Anderson. “This is also a monumental year for me, being the 35th anniversary of my album, Wild & Blue. We’ve got some big things in store for 2017.”
Brantley Gilbert’s Got Your Working Class Tickets
$20 Pavilion Seats Are Being Made Available on Key Amphitheater Shows
Somewhere on the Road: As Brantley Gilbert kicks off plans for the summer leg of his The Devil Don’t Sleep Tour, the working class kid from Jefferson, Georgia wants to bring some of his most hardcore, hard-working fans “into the house” for his summer’s party. So rather than merely making fan friendly seats available on the lawn, the back-to-back platinum songwriter’s carving out a chunk of seats under the pavilion – and making them available for just twenty dollars.*
Jump straight to the $20 Brantley Gilbert Tickets at www.brantleygilbert.com
“Look I love the lawn and how much fun everybody has up there,” the man who won the American Music Award for Favorite Country Album with Just As I Am acknowledges, “but I also know some of my most hardcore fans come for the music. They want to be under the roof, where they can really see and hear the show. I hate that it’s always impossible for the folks in the BG Nation, who’re trying to make ends meet, to get into those seats – so we’re teaming with Live Nation to create a Working Class ticket.”
“I know times can be tight, and no matter what you’ve got going on, if you wanna come hear the show, we’ve got you covered.”
Tickets for these shows are available on a first-come, first-sold basis. Once they’re gone, they’re done. But for those fans who want to really see the action, and truly hear the band, this is a best of both worlds proposition.
With “The Weekend” cresting the Top 10, and the arena portion of The Devil Don’t Sleep Tour rocking, this is one more way for the man who has hit #1 with “Country Music Be Country Wide,” “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do,” “Bottoms Up” and “One Hell of an Amen” – plus writing “My Kind of Party” and the CMA Song of the Year nominee “Dirt Road Anthem” – to bring the fans closer to him.
As Entertainment Weekly wrote of Gilbert’s attack, “With swaggering guitars, catchy hooks, and a DGAF attitude, Devil promises to keep the ‘One Hell of an Amen’ singer at the top of the country charts,” while Billboard opined “Merle Haggard was known as the ‘Poet of the Common Man,’ and while some might have their opinions about comparing any modern-day star to the late country legend, one thing is for sure — Brantley Gilbert knows his audience. With a pair of platinum albums and nine of his singles being certified gold or platinum, Gilbert’s music strikes a chord with people.” American Songwriter raved, “Gilbert never fails to deliver southern inspired anthems that make listeners crave the weekend” and touring industry trade Pollstar raved of opening night, “most notably on a brief instrumental honky tonk interlude that allowed the five musicians backing Gilbert to show off their chops, the music was heavily country. But for much of the rest of the show, it was an amalgam of styles Gilbert grew up listening to, incorporating crunchy guitars, drum machines, even some rapped verses.”
For the man focused on Rust Belt, Heartland, the South and East Coast, the chance to not just take his hard-hitting show outside, but make it drive even harder is a given. The chance to bring the hardest core fans under the pavilion is something he’s been working on for months – and now he can let people know he’s able to bring everybody inside who wants to come.
More information tickets/onsales for The Devil Don’t Sleep Tour at www.brantleygilbert.com.
*Working Class Ticket exclusive of tax + fees
THE DEVIL DONT SLEEP TOUR WORKING CLASS TICKETS AVAILABLE:
6/2 Tampa, FL, MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
6/3 Orange Beach, AL, The Wharf Amphitheater+
7/7 Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion
7/8 Alpharetta, GA, Verizon Amphitheatre
7/14 Gilford, NH, Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion+
7/27 Wantagh, NY, Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
7/28 Bethel, NY, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
7/30 Darien Center, NY, Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
8/4 Cleveland, OH, Blossom Music Center
8/5 Indianapolis, IN, Klipsch Music Center
8/6 Pittsburgh, PA, KeyBank Pavilion
8/13 Clarkston, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre
8/25 Syracuse, NY, Lakeview Amphitheater
9/9 Hartford, CT, Xfinity Theatre
9/15 Cincinnati, OH, Riverbend Music Center
9/16 St. Louis, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
9/22 Virginia Beach, VA, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
9/23 Raleigh, NC, Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
Country music legend Ronnie Milsap will perform March 11 at Dearborn’s Michael A. Guido Theater, beginning at 7 p.m.
With forty number one hits, seven Grammy Awards and eight Country Music Association Awards, Milsap has enjoyed a long career spanning more than four decades.
Milsap got his start in the mid-1970s, opening for country music star Charlie Pride. During this time, Milsap had his first two number one hits, “Pure Love” and “Please Don’t Tell Me How the Story Ends.” The latter earned him is first Grammy Award in 1975.
Milsap went on to enjoy an amazing career as one of the most versatile country crossover singers of his era, recording such hits as “Smokey Mountain Rain,” “Lost in the Fifties Tonight,” “It Was Almost Like a Song” and “I Wouldn’t Have Missed It for the Word.”
In 2014, Milsap was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Milsap’s Dearborn concert is part of his “Farewell Tour,” announced last year.
Tickets, ranging in price from $35 to $49, are available at the Michael A. Guido Theater box office, open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and at www.dearborntheater.com.