AN ALL-STAR CONCERT CELEBRATION EVENT OF LITTLE FEAT’S ICONIC LIVE ALBUM FEATURING GRAMMY® AWARD-WINNING GUITAR LEGEND WARREN HAYNES, GRAMMY® AWARD-WINNING PRODUCER/MUSICIAN DON WAS & MORE
Warren Haynes, Michael McDonald, Jamey Johnson, & John Medeski To Headline 40th Anniversary Tribute Tour To The Band’s Historic Farewell Concert With Very Special Guests To Be Announced
First Leg Of The US Tour Kicks Off January 2017
Tickets Go On Sale Saturday, November 19, 2016 Via Ticketmaster
NOTE: JAMEY WILL NOT BE APPEARING January 27 and 28
When it comes to writing, Jamey Johnson isn't one to fuss over “the process.”
Blackbird Presents is proud to announce “Last Waltz New Orleans: A Celebration of the 40th Anniversary of The Last Waltz.”
Jamey Johnson is one of the fortunate individuals to have counted the late Merle Haggard among his friends, and his honest, sympathetic approach to songs about working-class life makes him one of the country legend's closest modern analogs.
Jamey Johnson is one of the most highly regarded and well-liked country musicians of his time. Johnson grew up in Alabama and, despite the fact that he’s clearly a talented artist, he has largely shirked his fame to stay true to his roots.
On Wednesday, March 16, an extraordinary collection of music stars will come together at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn., for the all-star concert event taping of a lifetime, The Life & Songs of Kris Kristofferson.
Statement from Jamey Johnson: "I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of John Bell, general manager of Cottonwood Golf Course. He dedicated the last five years of his life to making the course the best it could be.
Willie Nelson concerts tend to be boisterous affairs, with hippies and hillbillies dancing to the music side by side.
The closing track on Jamey Johnson's 2007 album That Lonesome Song depicts the tumultuous journey of a young country artist trying to figure out Nashville.