St. Paul & The Broken Bones

With electricity in the air and plenty of friendly vibes, live music returned to Cloverleaf Farm for the first time in over a year, as Old Crow Medicine Show and opener Caleb Caudle welcomed fans back. Created by the team behind Wildwood Revival, the new concept helped remind fans of the curated gathering that has created a community of music fans outside of Athens, Georgia, for the past six years. In this spirit,  'Into the Wildwood' is happy to announce that St.

After more than a year of no large scale concerts or music festivals in Columbus, across Ohio and throughout the United States, The Elevation Group announced today the return of the WonderBus Music & Arts Festival to Columbus. The Lawn at CAS (2540 Olentangy River Road) provides the perfect site for the music festival as Ohio begins to emerge from COVID-19. The property at CAS offers 54 acres of open-air, outdoor space that will allow festivalgoers that opportunity to comfortably spread out.

Experience music again with Lost Art Music Festival Presented by Cathead Distillery in Douglasville at Foxhall Resort on June 12, 2021.

The stellar Saturday lineup includes St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Shovels & Rope, The War & Treaty, Ben Nichols of Lucero, and The Pink Stones, and Aaron Lee Tasjan kicks things off with a Friday (6.11) show.

FANS and KEEN x Garcia present the full list of artists invited to livestream on Earth Day to raise awareness about Alaska's Tongass National Forest — the largest temperate rainforest, and one of the most carbon-storing terrestrial ecosystems on Earth. The livestream will be a totally unique experience with artist performances coming from unique spaces and iconic venues across the country.

Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding safe venue capacities and local regulations for the coming months, Tedeschi Trucks Band's 2021 Wheels of Soul tour is being postponed until the summer of 2022. The legendary Los Lobos, longtime TTB friends and collaborators, and veterans of 2016’s Wheels of Soul will replace St. Paul and the Broken Bones for the 2022 summer amphitheater run. TTB’s talented keyboardist Gabe Dixon and his trio will round out the three-band bill next year as originally planned.

Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, St. Paul & The Broken Bones formed in 2012, and have exploded in popularity since by bringing their funky, soul filled rock & roll to stages and homes across the world! In 2016, the band released their sophomore album ‘Sea of Noise, seen as a giant progression forward with tones that contemplate racial inequality and political unrest. 'Sea of Noise' elevated the group beyond the “party band” status and instilled a deeper appreciation among music lovers far and wide.

Live music returns to Grundy County, Tennessee at The Caverns Above Ground Amphitheater with St. Paul and The Broken Bones on April 23-24, 2021. Presented by Lightning 100, the concerts will take place outdoors and in pods on a hillside above The Caverns cave music venue and overlooking the beautiful Payne Cove.

Cola Concerts is bringing music back to Columbia with a star-studded lineup to kick off the new series at the Columbia Speedway Entertainment Center. The acts include indie rock duo and Charleston natives Shovels and Rope on November 14, retro-soul band St. Paul & The Broken Bones on November 20, southern rockers The Allman Betts Band with special guest Tab Benoit on November 21, Grammy Award winners Ranky Tanky on November 22, and country music legend Wynonna Judd on December 10.

The Great South Bay Music Festival – Long Island’s largest, and longest-running, Four Day, Music & Arts Festival, returns to the picturesque waterfront at Shorefront Park in Patchogue Village.

Tedeschi Trucks Band’s Wheels of Soul tour – a standout of the summer concert season – is returning next year with two performers who exemplify the best of the modern soul movement.  Wheels of Soul 2020 welcomes St. Paul and The Broken Bones, as well as TTB’s own talented keyboardist Gabe Dixon and his trio, to the sixth annual amphitheater run.

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