At Grammy nominee Ashley McBryde’s concert, you are seeing a star, but a star who connects with her audience in an intimate, authentic way. Ashley made that connection at The Hamilton Live on Wednesday.
Midnight North recently rocked Gypsy Sally’s with the help of the Doobie Decibel System Trio and Travers Brothership. The San Francisco band is composed of lead guitarists and vocalists Grahame Lesh (yep, Phil’s son!) and Elliott Peck with Alex Jordan on keys, guitar, and vocals, and finally, Connor O’Sullivan on bass.
Hard-rocking country band the Turnpike Troubadours played to a sold-out house at The Fillmore Silver Spring recently. The East Oklahoma quintet had the fans, packed up into the rafters, singing along, stomping, and hollering with their Red Dirt music.
The Turnpike Troubadours released A Long Way from Your Heart, their fourth studio album, on Bossier City Records last year. The country sextet are on tour with a stop at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Saturday, Dec. 15.
Singer-songwriter Colter Wall only released his debut album in 2017, but he quickly followed it with a sophomore record, Songs of the Plains, in October via Young Mary’s Record Co. The Canadian country singer performs at 9:30 Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28.