Robert Earl Keen
Live entertainment returns to Grundy County, Tennessee at The Caverns Above Ground Amphitheater with beloved Texas singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen (April 9), Americana stalwarts Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors (May 2), and a unique night of dark comedy with Last Podcast on The Left (May 15). The events will take place outdoors and in pods on a hillside above The Caverns cave music venue and overlooking the beautiful Payne's Cove.
Robert Earl Keen is pleased to present, in exclusive partnership with Nugs.TV, the world premiere of Western Chill, recorded live at his Snake Barn Movie Ranch Studios in Texas. The concert features 14 new and previously unrecorded tracks from Keen and his band. Tickets go on sale today at 12:00 p.m. EST, for the Pay-Per-View event on Saturday, November 21 at 8 p.m. CST, at Nugs.TV.
As Luck would have it... we’re bringing Willie Nelson’s annual 4th of July Picnic to the people this year; part Picnics past, part what’s to come, and all in the spirit of the Picnic’s storied history. On July 4th, starting at 3:30 pm Central, fans will be able to enjoy interviews with characters from the Picnic’s past, and see new, live performances from their favorite Luck Family artists.
Robert Earl Keen announces the launch of his eighth annual Christmas show with his most extensive tour yet! Following the success of his 2018 sold-out Christmas run, Keen and his band are expanding the tour to more cities than ever before, beginning December 2 in Greenville, South Carolina and concluding December 30 in Fort Worth, Texas. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 9, at 10:00 AM. (Listing of tour dates below.)
Robert Earl Keen and Tyler Childers Celebrate Round of Shows Including Record Breaking 4th of July Performance
Robert Earl Keen and Tyler Childers celebrated a series of collaborative performances in Texas last week including a record-breaking 4th of July show in Kerrville, TX. The shows marked the first time the friends have performed together on stage. Keen and Childers both guested on each other's sets. Keen sang Childers’ “Whitehouse Road” and “Honky Tonk Flame” with Tyler and his band, The Food Stamps. Childers joined Keen’s sets to perform “What I Really Mean” and “Broken End of Love” with Robert and his band.