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April 2019

01 April

04 April

Guster – Cannery Ballroom (Nashville)

The storied band headlines a North American tour behind the moody and layered new album, Look Alive (Nettwerk/Ocho Mule). Along with their classic cuts, the group will also bring to life the “cold sounds” of their new record, a sound beautifully captured in the stark and haunting title track NPR Music calls “one of Guster’s most musically sparkling pop songs.”

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11 April

Citizen Cope – Cannery Ballroom (Nashville)

This rare full-band US tour follows the release of the political yet optimistic Heroin And Helicopters (3/1 via Rainwater Recordings/Thirty Tigers), Cope's first new album in seven years. Cope has toured the world extensively over the course of his 25-year career, including stops at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Sasquatch and Austin City Limits. His transformative performance style compelled the Washington Post to dub him “DC’s finest export since Marvin Gaye.”

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12 April

The Dip – High Watt (Nashville)

The Seattle soul septet and “one of the most exciting and joyous acts to emerge in recent years” (KEXP) tours behind new album The Dip Delivers (2/8 via AWAL). Known throughout the Pacific Northwest for their lively shows, the electrifying seven-piece is grounded by a driving rhythm section and the impeccably crisp lines of the “Honeynut Horns.”

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13 April

Briston Maroney

Briston Maroney – The Basement (Nashville)

At 21 years old, Maroney emanates an "arresting, invigorating vibe" (NPR) and is creating some of Nashville’s most visceral, yet also vulnerable and sophisticated, DIY rock ‘n’ roll right now. His live sets channel the energy of the house shows where he got his start, unwavering whether he's performing for hundreds or completely alone. Maroney plans to release a new EP amid tours with Liz Cooper and Wallows this spring and summer.

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23 April

27 April

Dalton & The Sheriffs – The Cowan (Nashville)

Boston’s punk-inspired, county-rock five-piece and “one of the most promising up-and-coming country groups in the nation” (Metro) tours ahead of their soon-to-be-announced summer EP. Channeling performing greats like Eric Church and Hootie & the Blowfish, the band’s frenetic energy has earned them opening slots for Jason Aldean & Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, and Sam Hunt.

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