Scene and Heard

Headliners adds New Shows

Posted in Entertainment by sceneandheardblog on December 19, 2012

Chris Leigh & The Broken Hearts, Olivia Henken and Don Pedigo

January 19th at 9pm
TicketsOn sale now!
Chris Leigh is not your run of the mill Country artist. His music brings a raw, old school blues feel to the pop country scene we see today. The music is straight from the heart and the experience of one man up against a modern world.

With numerous credits from Musicals to National appearances, Olivia Henken definitely has the talent to succeed. Olivia has already accomplished more of her dreams than she ever thought imaginable. She believes looking out at an audience of 22,000 plus was the thrill of her life as she was able to perform on the main stage of the Chow Wagon on Thunder Over Louisville the past three years as the headliner.

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Blackberry Smoke

Blackberry Smoke

February 11th at 8pm
TicketsOn sale Friday, December 21st at 10AM
Mixing elements of gospel, bluegrass, arena rock, soul and more than a touch of outlaw country, Blackberry Smoke has earned a passionate fanbase that continues to grow as the band itself evolves. The band is as blue collar as the bandanas its members wear.The band has toured with and befriended idols such as The Marshall Tucker Band, ZZ Top (with Billy Gibbons jamming with the band on a Florida stop), Lynyrd Skynyrd and George Jones.

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May 3rd at 9pm 
with Langhorne Slim
TicketsOn sale Friday, December 21st at 10AM
Women & Work, Lucero’s 8th album, is such an exciting presentation of the band’s eclectic explorations that it makes their 14-year meandering path appear to be a straight line to this very record. Integrating horns, pedal steel guitar, all manner of keyboards, and even a full-on gospel chorus, Women & Work is a fully realized musical extravaganza. Drawing inspiration from Delaney & Bonnie’s obscure first album, Home, on the Stax label, Lucero’s ambivalence about tradition has been replaced by an exuberant embrace. Women & Work is like Arcade Fire baptized in Joe Cocker and Leon Russell’s Mad Dogs, then warmed with Don Nix’s Alabama State Troopers.

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