Soundstage

Soundstage is an American live concert series that features intimate performances by well-established as well as up-and-coming artists.

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Jason Isbell - A native of Green Hill, Alabama, four-time GRAMMY Award Winner Jason Isbell performs a selection of songs off the award-winning album "Something More Than Free" as well as his critically acclaimed album, “Southeastern.”
Kenny Loggins and Friends - In this live performance, Kenny Loggins is joined by special guests Jim Messina, Michael McDonald and award-winning producer David Foster for a truly once in a lifetime experience. Songs performed include “Danger Zone” from the soundtrack Top Gun, “Footloose” from the hit movie Footloose and “I’m All Right” from Caddyshack.
Old Dominion - The feel-good, cutting-edge country band Old Dominion serves up old-fashioned charm, lyrical wit, and rock'n'roll grit in a live performance at Grainger Studios. Songs performed include select tracks from their debut studio album, “Meat and Candy," featuring the chart-topping two week No. 1 “Break Up With Him,” Mediabase’s 2016 No.1 most played song in Canada, “Snapback,” and their No. 1, “Song For Another Time.”
Toby Keith: 35 MPH Town - Electrifying country music superstar Toby Keith and his band perform selections from his eighteenth studio album, “35 MPH Town,” along with chart topping hits such as “Red Solo Cup,” “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” “I Love This Bar,” “Whiskey Girl” and “American Ride.”
Dickey Betts - An accomplished guitarist, singer, songwriter, composer and founding member of The Allman Brothers Band, Betts is recognized as one of the greatest rock musicians of all time. This live performance features his songs “Jessica,” “Ramblin’ Man” and “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed.”
Chris Isaak Greatest Hits - Iconic American musician and actor Chris Isaak has been entertaining the masses for almost 4 decades. In this legendary live performance, Isaak showcases his heartbreaking melodies and haunting lyrics combined with his mesmerizing stage presence.
Front and Center: John Hiatt - American rock guitarist, pianist, singer and songwriter John Hiatt takes us through a more than 40-year musical journey at New York’s Iridium. The GRAMMY nominee demonstrates the reason behind winning a Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting, as he performs hits from his 1974 debut album, “Hangin’ Around the Observatory” to his 22nd current studio album, “Terms of My Surrender.”
Front and Center: Preservation Hall Jazz Band - Filmed at the one-of-a-kind McKittrick Hotel in a cabaret setting, the veteran jazz players stir up the crowd with their incredible tunes and invigorating musicianship. Songs include “Bourbon Street” and “That’s It.”
Lucinda Williams - Three-time GRAMMY Award winner, Lucinda Williams has been blazing her own trail in the music industry for over three decades and is widely considered to be one of America's best singer-songwriters. In this live performance, Lucinda and her band perform favorites from her catalogue, as well as tunes from her album, “World Without Tears.”
Stevie Nicks - Recorded before an intimate audience at Grainger Studios in Chicago, this magical night showcases the first recorded live solo album of Nicks’ career. Highlights include a duet with special guest, Vanessa Carlton, along with a performance by Nicks of the Dave Matthews smash hit “Crash Into Me.”
Trace Adkins - Three-time ACM winner Adkins has blazed a trail of success through the country-music industry with over 11 million records sold, a collection of time honored singles and nearly 200 million plays on YouTube. In a magnificent live show this 6'6'' "macho man" of country music performs songs such as "I'm Tryin'," "Chrome" and “(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing" among others.
Travis Tritt - Two-time GRAMMY Award winner and actor, Travis Tritt has successfully charted more than 40 times on the Hot Country Song charts including five Number One Hits and 15 additional top ten singles. In this intimate, live concert, he wows and captivates the audience performing favorites such as "Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde," "Great Day to Be Alive," and "Anymore."
Wilco - In this live performance, Chicago-based band, Wilco, takes the stage with a blend of idiosyncratic pop songs from their album, “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot.” The critically acclaimed group reveals not only inimitable musicianship, but also a wide range of musical styles, with hints of country, rock, punk and, perhaps most of all, experimentalism.
Sheryl Crow: Wildflower - In this live presentation, rocker Sheryl Crow performs some of her hit songs at The Lincoln Center in New York City, backed by a 16-piece string section led by famed conductor David Campbell. Featuring songs from the span of her career, this spectacular performance highlights Sheryl Crow at the top of her form combined with simple but elegant staging and atmospheric lighting.
George Jones: 50 Years of Hits - Recorded in Nashville in front of a live audience, this tribute to George Jones’ 50th year as a recording artist features a stellar class of artists from a variety of contemporary music genres. Guests include Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Vince Gill, Harry Connick Jr. and Amy Grant, among others.
Thirty Odd Foot of Grunts - Before New Zealander Russell Crowe became an Oscar-winning Hollywood heavyweight, he was a guy in a band, writing songs about his parents, his politics, and his sweetheart. He continues that passion with 30 Odd Foot of Grunts (or TOFOG), playing a carefree, guitar-infused brand of rock. This performance features duets with country-pop icon Kris Kristofferson.
Alison Krauss+Union Station - This remarkable collaboration features five stellar musicians who have been key factors in bringing bluegrass music to its now widely accepted and popular commercial status. They come together to perform songs from throughout their storied careers, including selections from the multi-platinum soundtrack, “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”
Billy Currington & Nickel Creek - GRAMMY-winning trio Nickel Creek points the direction in which instrumental folk is headed with the hit "Smoothie Song" and the crowd-pleasing "I Should've Known Better."
Martina McBride - Four-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year and fourteen-time GRAMMY Award nominated Martina McBride has gained notoriety in both country music and adult contemporary-pop. In this live, sold-out performance at the remarkable Genesee Theatre, Martina performs a wide selection of her many classic hits along with magnificent renditions of some of the greatest country tunes of all time.
Sugarland - Jennifer Nettles’ voice can hold its own in any setting, but exceeds expectations alongside partner Kristian Bush’s mandolin strumming at the historic Grainger Studio in Chicago. Throughout this sensational hour, Sugarland presents a versatile set that gains momentum with each song. Their forte is to effortlessly transition from energetic pop songs to heartfelt, soulful ballads without skipping a beat. The dynamic duo also performs familiar classics like “Baby Girl” and even covers the R.E.M classic, "Night Swimming," to pay homage to their shared north Georgia roots.
The Wallflowers - American rockers, The Wallflowers, led by front man Jakob Dylan, play their roots-of-rock hits collected from over a decade of collaboration. This live show features 14 classic tracks taken from their past albums, plus two previously unreleased recordings. Songs performed include the hits “One Headlight,'” “6th Avenue Heartache,” “Three Marlenas,” and more.
Trisha Yearwood - Having garnered the trifecta of three GRAMMYs, an Oscar-nominated song, and being the first female country singer to sell a million copies of her 1991 self-titled debut, Trisha Yearwood is the marker of success to which all country female singers aspire. Yearwood takes to the stage performing some of her finest hits, including her very first single, “She’s In Love With The Boy,” “Xxx’s And Oooo’s (An American Girl)” and the Diane Warren-penned “How Do I Live.”
Jewel - Three-time GRAMMY nominated performer Jewel is best known for her charismatic live performances. Here she performs at the Historic Rialto Theatre in front of an ethereal backdrop while accompanied by a chamber orchestra. Jewel performs her well known hits such as “You Were Meant For Me,” “Who Will Save Your Soul,” “Hands” and “Intuition” as well as showcases her vast vocal stylings by performing standard classics such as “Anything Goes” and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
Lee Ann Womack - Lee Ann Womack performs songs spanning her career, from her 1997 platinum-selling, self-titled debut through selections from 2005's “There's More Where That Came From.” Highlights include "Never, Never Again" and "I Hope You Dance," a song dedicated to her two daughters.
Tom Petty: Live from Gatorville - In this performance, we find beloved artist Tom Petty returning to his hometown of Gainesville, FL for an emotional and highly-energetic evening, blazing through a career-spanning two-hour set that features “Heartbreaker” favorites, solo tunes, and a selection of tracks from Petty’s work with his first band, “Mudcrutch,” and the supergroup, “The Traveling Wilburys.”
John Fogerty: Part 1 - John Fogerty has been a monumental contributor to Americana Music since 1959. As the former lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for Creedence Clearwater Revival, this GRAMMY winner and rock legend released 13 hit singles in just five years and has been inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Featuring material from his album, “Revival,” Fogerty incorporates all the best elements of an unforgettable career in authentic rock and roll.
John Fogerty: Part 2 - As the former lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for Creedence Clearwater Revival, this GRAMMY winner and rock legend released 13 hit singles in just five years and has been inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Featuring material from his album, “Revival,” Fogerty incorporates all the best elements of an unforgettable career in authentic rock and roll.
John Hiatt & The Goners - Inventive performer and poignant songwriter John Hiatt performs "My Baby Blue" from his recent album, “Beneath This Gruff Exterior,” plus timeless pieces like "The Thing Called Love" and "Memphis in the Meantime." Folk-rocker Dar Williams sings "I Saw a Bird Fly Away," showcasing her ability to combine sensitivity and pathos with a sharp wit.
Lisa Marie Presley & Kasey Chambers - In this live performance from The Grainger Studios in Chicago, Memphis born Lisa Marie Presley’s smoky, prominent, blues-edged voice and fearless stage presence captures her audience and captivates fans of all and genres. Also performing is Australian sensation Kasey Chambers whose smash hit, “The Captain,” catapulted her to worldwide recognition.
Faith Hill: Joy to the World - Faith Hill performs her first holiday album, “Joy To the World,” at The Sears Centre outside of Chicago, in front of a sold out audience. Hill sings a collection of Christmas favorites and holiday standards backed by world renowned conductor David Campbell and his orchestra.
Kenny Chesney - Kenny Chesney, winner of four consecutive ACM Entertainer of the Year Awards, performs a twelve-song set featuring contemporary and country music at its finest. Selections include smash hits “Young,” “Beer in Mexico,” “Living in Fast Forward,” “No Shoes No Shirt No Problem,” “Don’t Blink” and “Anything But Mine.”
Jake Owen - Guided by sheer musical instinct and a willingness to experiment, GRAMMY and CMA Award nominee, Jake Owen, ascended to stardom with five #1 smashes, including the two-time platinum anthem, “Barefoot Blue Jean Night.” Owen has toured with such artists as Brooks & Dunn, Sugarland, Alan Jackson, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and others. In this exclusive Soundstage performance, he is truly “Settin' the World on Fire.”
Jackson Browne - Rock’s poet laureate, Jackson Browne, delivers a remarkable performance featuring tracks from his 2009 album, “Time the Conqueror,” as well as classic hits spanning his remarkable career. Browne has consistently set the standard for singer-songwriters, producing heartfelt personal lyrics while weaving in a level of social consciousness.
Lynyrd Skynyrd - With a fine mix of southern rock and country, Lynyrd Skynyrd delivers renditions of their iconic classics, “Sweet Home Alabama,” “Gimme Three Steps” and “Simple Man” that will blow you away. Known for their passionate Van Zant vocals and trademark layered guitars, this performance is filled with hit music, rousing guitar solos, along with songs from their album, “God and Guns.”
Sugarland: The Incredible Machine - In this electrifying, live performance from Atlanta’s Fox Theatre, Jennifer Nettles' remarkable vocal stylings and Kristian Bush’s incredible talent on the guitar, mandolin and vocals, take you on a ride you won’t soon forget.
Three Girls & Their Buddy - Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin and Buddy Miller present a versatile performance in an 'in-the-round' setting featuring Americana music at its absolute best. The group’s stage banter and genial rapport clearly translates their passion for performing together on songs like “Get Ready Marie,” “Gasoline and Matches,” “Poison Love,” and “Shelter Me.”
Tim McGraw - In a record-shattering career, Tim McGraw has sold over 40 million albums, dominated the country charts with 30 Number One singles and received three GRAMMYs, among other countless awards. The 2009 release of his album, “Southern Voice,” represented a new level of depth and intensity for the seasoned country artist, showcased in this live performance.
Willie Nelson - Over the last 50 years, legendary icon Willie Nelson has continued to be an enduring and compelling presence in music. As a well-respected and seasoned troubadour, he mixes up elements of folk, blues, classic country, western swing, and a little gospel during this versatile live set. Displaying a close connection with the intimate audience, Willie and his-eight piece band gather round the stage to highlight songs from his first-ever bluegrass album, “Pickin’ On Willie Nelson,” produced in collaboration with T-Bone Burnett.
Dierks Bentley - Dierks Bentley, a well-loved and celebrated country music singer-songwriter, has been making his mark on the charts since joining the scene in 2003. To date, 17 of Bentley’s 25 released singles have made it to Number One. His unique hybrid of modern country, classic country, bluegrass and rock, has been instrumental in shaping his distinct style and identity as a performer.

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