The Denver songwriter and cellist, formerly of The Lumineers, tours with Devotchka following the release of her debut solo album, Rattlesnake (S-Curve Records/BMG). Produced by Matt Ward (M. Ward, She & Him), the album has earned early raves from Mojo, which calls it a “clever roots pop drama” in its four-star review.
In anticipation of his 2019 album, Moore performs with the Opry band. Moore’s “emotional” (Entertainment Tonight) latest single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” is a heartfelt, twang-laden salute “backed up by a soaring chorus and weeping guitar work” (Rolling Stone Country). The track offers a taste of what fans can expect both on the road and on his forthcoming album.
Four of ASCAP’s most renowned Nashville music creators share music and stories in this inaugural concert. Headliners include EXPO “alumni” six-time ASCAP Country Songwriter of the Year Ashley Gorley; chart-topping country artist Cassadee Pope; multi-No. 1 songwriter Matt Jenkins (Florida Georgia Line, Dustin Lynch, Blake Shelton); and upcoming 2019 ASCAP EXPO panelist and CMA/ACM award-winner Jon Nite.
The Kansas-bred country singer-songwriter performs “Better Off Gone” (33+ million streams) and more from his latest album, Come Back Road (Big Yellow Dog Music), for this special happy-hour event. He will also be awarded a plaque for that album receiving over 100 million streams. Mize has shared stages with Lady Antebellum, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, and more. He recently wrapped up 20-city headlining tour. Mize will join Russell Dickerson and Carly Pearce on The Way Back Tour later this year.
The Juno-winning Canadian quintet, which recently landed at No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs chart for “S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun),” embarks on an extensive US headlining tour. Their “infectious energy” (Billboard) and grassroots touring have propelled them to Spotify Viral 50 charts and selling out ballrooms and halls across the country.
The “music sensation” (People) and “certified social media crossover” (Paper) hits the road for her debut headlining tour behind her recent Hardwired Mixtape (S-Curve Records). At 17 years old, Knox appeared on both the TODAY show and in the New York Times and opened for Charlie Puth. Now 20, Knox has earned praise from Teen Vogue, Billboard, Paste and more for her ingenious guitar-and-loop-pedal live performance and pop culture-packed mash-ups.
Building on their whirlwind 2018 – from relative unknowns to late-night TV and 55+ million Spotify plays – the “fast and furious 21st-century success story” (Magnet) tours with Rainbow Kitten Surprise as a part of a North American winter tour. In little more than two years as a band, the band released their self-titled debut to praise from NPR Music, Rolling Stone, Billboard and more; performed on Conan, CBS Saturday and Last Call with Carson Daly; sold out back-to-back headlining shows in NYC; and racked up over 1.5 million monthly listeners.
The Nashville songwriter and storyteller presents a live and interactive performance of her new album, Running In Borrowed Shoes (Big Yellow Dog Music). With her band, Nobel brings to life an album inspired and adapted from 100 interviews exploring “the mixed bag of human experience” (NPR).