Billy Strings returned to action last night with a two hour-long Sunday night sermon livestream from the Ryman Auditorium.
Traditional and modern country music collided last night during a livestreamed Grand Ole Opry from Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium featuring Old Crow Medicine Show, Molly Tuttle, Billy Strings and Dom Flemons.
Cordovas made their national television debut on Saturday, performing two songs from their forthcoming album “Destiny Hotel” on CBS This Morning.
Eastern Kentucky rockers Wayne Graham dug into songs both old and new from their decade old catalogue of music during an appearance on Railbird Sets at The Burl presented by Visit Lex.
Michigander turned Nashvillian Lindsay Lou joined Infamous Stringduster bassist Travis Book on Wednesday night for the third installment of The Travis Book Happy Hour.
Marcus King capped off his “Four Of A Kind” virtual concert series Monday night by welcoming Elizabeth Cook, Early James, Jennifer Hartswick, Devon Gilfillian and other special guests to perform a selection of hits from “The Last Waltz.”
Keller Williams reunited with musical companions Larry and Jenny Keel last night for a psych-grass fueled installment of Williams’ ongoing ‘Live From Keller’s Cellar’ streaming series.
Marcus King wasted no time getting hot and heavy during night three of his ‘Four Of A Kind’ streaming tour from Nashville, where sucker punching instrumentals and fuzzy riffs were the theme of the night, breathing a new life into many of King’s own songs along with a slew of familiar covers.
With over 150 different songs performed across nine shows spread throughout Nashville, Billy Strings’ ‘Streaming Strings’ summer tour was one for the ages.
Billy Strings capped off his nine-show Streaming Strings tour from Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley on Sunday night, delivering a blitzkrieg of monumental jams, surprise deep cuts and the tour’s first encore with an assist from “drop steel” guru Anders Beck.
Billy Strings took “attendees” of his Streaming Strings tour on a dark and twisted acid grass laced trip during Friday night’s show from the Exit/In in Nashville.
If for some reason it wasn’t apparent to you prior to Wednesday night’s show just how eclectic and diverse Billy Strings’ musical palette is, let last night’s show, which included an old-timey John Hartford cover, a cut from reggae icon Jimmy Cliff and an epic Widespread Panic reinterpretation, be a prime example of the bewildering talent that was performing from the City Winery stage in Nashville.