Headliner :: Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors
Opener :: Josiah and the Bonnevilles
Drew Holcomb has always charged listeners’ hearts and minds while inspiring them to find joy and community in their 15 years of nonstop touring. And never more so than on his latest album Dragons. His most collaborative to date, the record features artists & songwriters including Lori McKenna, Natalie Hemby, Sean McConnell, The Lone Bellow, and Ellie Holcomb. Dragons debuted at #1 on several charts; including Billboard Americana / Folk Albums, Amazon New Albums, and iTunes Singer Songwriter. It also led to a feature in Rolling Stone which declared Holcomb “One of Americana’s Most Popular Stars.” With several critically-acclaimed albums under his belt, Holcomb has been featured by NPR,Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, CMT, and more. Holcomb is An Emmy Award-winning artist with music featured in over 75 of TV’s most watched shows. He and his band have also appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! twice. Among Holcomb’s ambitious projects are Moon River Music Festival, which draws crowds of 10,000 people each year to Chattanooga and Magnolia Record Club, a monthly vinyl subscription service. Holcomb has traveled the globe with a catalog of vibrant, honest songs that explore the full range of American roots music. The band has appeared at countless major festivals including Bonnaroo, ACL, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass,Stagecoach, and more. They have shared the stage with legendary artists like Willie Nelson,Zac Brown Band, The Avett Brothers, and many more.
Josiah and the Bonnevilles
Josiah and the Bonnevilles is a musical project led by singer-songwriter Josiah Leming. Josiah was born in Morristown, Tennessee and as a child, Josiah was fascinated by music and began playing the piano and guitar at a young age. Josiah's musical talents became evident to his family and friends, and he began performing as a teenager catching the attention of music industry professionals. In 2010, he formed Josiah and the Bonnevilles, which presented a unique blend of Folk, Americana, and Country that draws from his roots as a true Appalachian artist, embracing honesty and putting life's realities into his songwriting. In 2015, Josiah and the Bonnevilles released its debut album, On Trial. The album was praised for its raw, vulnerable lyrics and its combination of acoustic and electric instruments that underpinned the storytelling. The band went on tour in support of the album with the artist LP, performing at various venues across the United States and Europe. Since the release of On Trial, Josiah and the Bonnevilles have continued to make music and tour, gaining a devoted fan base along the way. Josiah remains grounded and focused on his music. He has spoken openly about his struggles with mental health, addiction, and the music industry as a whole and uses his songwriting as a form of therapy. He continues to inspire his fans with his honesty and vulnerability, and his music has touched the hearts of people around the world.