The Wood Brothers
Orange Blossom Revue is pleased to announce the addition of Blackberry Smoke to its 2021 lineup. The Atlanta based rock titans will co-headline the 7th annual festival alongside critically acclaimed folk duo The Wood Brothers, joining The Steeldrivers, Hayes Carll, Devon Gilfillian, Nicki Bluhm, and more. A staple of the southern music canon, the seven piece ensemble will celebrate their 20th anniversary this year with a new album You Hear Georgia to be released May 28.
Following tremendous success in the fall at Showtime at the Drive-In, today’s announcement by All Good Presents puts a focus on the safe return of bringing live concert experiences to its hometown of Frederick, MD.
It’s Showtime at the Drive-In boasts a state-of-the art sound system, a cosmic light show and a massive 20’x 40’ LED video wall uniquely positioned above the stage, plus local foods, craft brews and a safe environment to experience live music once again.
Having spent years as a working musician, residing in Nashville was a good thing for Brigitte DeMeyer. Becoming a part of Music City’s vibrant community of artists and industry folks kept her busy, as she carved out her place living and working there, all while raising her young son. Originally from California, she commuted to Nashville for years; relocating full time was a leap of faith — one that paid off.
The Wood Brothers have announced 'Musical Squares,' the celebrated Nashville-based band's first extended webcast appearance since the outset of the pandemic. The performance will air on Wednesday, September 23 at 8:30pm ET / 5:30pm PT with a 14-day re-stream option as part of the 'Live From Out There' series streaming via LiveXLive.
The Wood Brothers have announced a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for people negatively affected by the disastrous March 3 tornado that claimed five lives and injured more than 200 people along its 60-mile path through Middle Tennessee. Particularly impacted were residents of the band's adopted hometown, Nashville, TN.