Doors at 7:30pm, Show at 9pm
LUKE WADE | SEAN MCCONNELL | JOEY GREEN
Sneak peak On Fire : https://youtu.be/pxi25X-_duI
Luke has just released his first single Three Days from his 3rd studio album to Ireland/UK radio and his second single, On Fire , on November 18th . He will release the full album Only Ghosts on January 13th.
A life-long musician, Luke was also a Top 8 Finalist from Season 7 of NBC’s Emmy Award-winning music competition, “The Voice”. Luke has headlined over 1000 dates and has opened for Patti LaBelle, Andy Grammer, MKTO, Train, Daughtry, Blue October, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Edwin McCain, Green River Ordinance, Ingrid Michelson, Casey Abrams, Kris Allen, Jerry Jeff Walker, OAR, Rusted Root, and David Cook. Luke finished his last tour with performances during the halftime show of the Denver Broncos game at Mile High Stadium, AT&T Stadium during the Dallas Cowboy game and performed the National Anthem at Texas Motor Speedway which was nationally televised on NBC. As the official 2015-16 Komen Artist, Luke released “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” with Mia Z to benefit Susan G. Komen and the fight against breast cancer.
Luke will release his single “Three Days” in October 2016 and the album “Only Ghosts” in January 2017.
Albums: “The River” (2014), “Tomorrow’s Ghosts” (2010) & “The Runaround” EP (2014)
Holy Days : https://youtu.be/8LqIpJbSTCk
This tour celebrates the UK/international release of his self-titled solo album, released on Rounder Records on 30th September 2016, featuring the lead single 'Holy Days'. Fans of country music may have already heard Sean’s work; having built up an impressive resume of writing credits over the past few years, his songs have been cut by artists including Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Buddy Miller, Rascal Flatts, Wade Bowen, Brothers Osborne, Martina McBride, the Eli Young Band, David Nail and others. Sean’s songs have also been featured on the smash hit television show ‘Nashville’.
The album marks a personal and professional breakthrough, a career-defining record, with Sean McConnell ready for prime time, yet still blessed with all the soulfulness and reflective storytelling for which he is already respected and admired.
The War : https://youtu.be/_n4XG0Q_C9I
After 4 full length studio albums, a pun intended Ep, a live album and several Texas radio singles; Joey is here to stay. Not only a 14 year tenure in the Texas music scene makes him thrive but his love of music and brotherhood have made him a favorite amongst some of the tx elite. From his first producer credit on Ryan Mcbride’s “Quicksand” to boasting co-writes on Bart Crow’s “Tami” and “Should’ve Stayed Away” , Joey has carved his name into the “Red Dirt”. But to speak with Joey about what he truly believes of his music, he responds quite humbly..” It’s exactly how I want it to be. A lot of people misconstrue what I am actually trying to do with my music and that’s perfectly ok with me. They ask me why not add a fiddle or slow it down or not so much RockNroll .. Blah blah blah. I make my music for me because it’s my story my heart my voice. The awesomenes s that comes with other human connection to it, that’s the reward.” The release of “The War” in 2015 is sure to catapult this heartstrong singer songwriter into the ears of listeners across the spectrum. Full of crafted lyrics and melodies and gut punching production (Ken Coomer) “The War” is sure to be a catalogue must have on vinyl.