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July 2018

01 July

13 July


Kesha and Macklemore – Bridgestone Arena (Nashville)

The two trailblazing artists team up for ‘The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore' co-headlining tour, a summer trek of amphitheaters and arenas across North America. With her trademark swagger and playful snarl, Kesha performs a set of her past global hits, her show-stopping current single "Praying" and other songs from Rainbow (Kemosabe Records/RCA Records) with her band. Rolling Stone called one of her recent live performances in Nashville "one of the most positively uplifting, inclusive concert experiences available in 2017."

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15 July

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Don Flemons – 3rd & Lindsley (Nashville)

Historian and co-founder of the GRAMMY-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops headlines “Lightning 100 Nashville Sunday Night.” Flemons and his band take the listener on an illuminating journey through the Old West via re-worked string-blues music, old-time square-dance music and cowboy poetry. Flemons also plays original music written for his latest album, Black Cowboys (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings), which explores and celebrates the history of Africa-American cowboy songs.

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15 July

18 July

Rayland Baxter – The Basement East (Nashville)

The rock ’n’ roll philosopher presents the first leg of his headlining “Wide Awake Tour” behind his howlin’ and political new album, Wide Awake (ATO). Baxter has toured with Kacey Musgraves, Jason Isbell, The Lumineers and more, and he’ll open for Shakey Graves for a few shows in August.

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22 July

Brent Cowles – WRLT Nashville Sunday Night (Nashville)

NPR Music’s Slingshot Artist of the Month for June follows a run of dates with Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats with a performance supporting The Sheepdogs. NPR Music praises Cowles’ “high-energy, thoughtful rock ’n’ roll” that finds its greatest expression live. He’ll feature songs from his raucous yet reflective solo debut, How To Be Okay Alone (Dine Alone), highlighted by “Keep Moving,” an “Americana-tinged rock gem” (Baeble Music).

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26 July

Priscilla Renea

Priscilla Renea – 3rd & Lindsley (Nashville)

The powerhouse vocalist and her guitarist join Sonia Leigh and Daphne Willis for Leigh’s album-release show. Rolling Stone Country named Priscilla an "Artist You Need To Know," describing her as "roots-inspired soul-pop that finds the heavenly middle ground between Music Row and Mariah Carey." NPR Music calls her latest album Coloured (Thirty Tigers) a “striking reinvention.”

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