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Live at the Lyric: Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors
April 6, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
VIP Ticket Holders: Doors will open for VIPs at 5:15. VIP guests are asked to arrive by 5:30 so that everyone can be checked-in in a timely manner and can enjoy the full VIP time.
Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors is an Americana band from Memphis and East Nashville, TN. Formed in 2006 by Drew Holcomb (lead vocals, guitar, harmonica), the band includes Nathan Dugger (guitar, keys), Rich Brinsfield (bass), Jonathan Womble (drums), and Grant Pittman (keys).
Drawing influence from Tom Petty and Bob Dylan, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors has found their place in today’s landscape of singer/songwriter Americana. Drew and his band have developed their sound through extensive touring, performing alongside John Hiatt, Don Henley, The Avett Brothers, Ryan Adams, Los Lobos, Susan Tedeschi, Needtobreathe, Robert Earl Keen and more.
The band has sold over 100,000 albums to date, and played over 1,800 concert dates in 7 countries. Their songs have received 40 TV placements, appearing on How I Met Your Mother, Criminal Minds, Parenthood, Nashville, HOUSE, Justified and more.
The band’s latest studio record, Souvenir, is set for release on March 24, 2017.
The 2017 “Live at the Lyric” performing arts season would not have been possible without Regions Bank, Books a Million, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, Stewart Perry Construction, Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham, HealthSouth, AL.com, WBRC Fox 6 News and B-Metro.
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