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Jul
9
Fri
Love and Theft Grand Re Opening Party @ The Bluestone
Jul 9 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Love and Theft

Stevie Monce and Christian Kaser

Live in concert July 9th, 2021

At The Bluestone Columbus, Ohio

Tickets on sale May 7th, 2021

VIP Meet and Greets available

Love and Theft in concert

Love and Theft at The Bluestone

A pop-country act built around the striking harmonies of Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles, Love and Theft came together in Nashville in 2006. Initially, vocalists and songwriters Gunderson, Liles, and Brian Bandas took turns singing leads, while the other two sang gorgeous backing harmonies. Versatile, bright-sounding, and with a clear sense of pop-country arrangement, Love and Theft‘s live shows brought them an enthusiastic fan base. After playing a showcase for ASCAP representatives, Love and Theft were offered a deal with the Disney-affiliated country label Lyric Street Records. Working with producers Jeff Coplan and Robert Ellis Orrall, the trio released its debut album, World Wide Open, on CarolWood Records (a Lyric Street affiliate) in mid-2009. The album’s first single, “Runaway,” peaked at number ten on the country singles chart, while the album also cracked the country Top Ten. However, Lyric Street and CarolWood were closed by Disney in April 2010, and the group went looking for a new label. Bandas left the band in 2011, and Gunderson and Liles continued on as a duo. The two-piece Love and Theft were signed to RCA Nashville later that same year. A single from the duo, “Angel Eyes,” was a major country hit, rising to number one on the C&W singles charts, while the subsequent album, simply called Love and Theft, went to number four on the country albums survey. However, Love and Theft had completed most of their third album when they fell into disputes with RCA Nashville, and they parted ways with the label. Launching their own Hate & Purchase Music, Love and Theft self-released Whiskey on My Breath in February 2015. The album’s title track rose to 31 on the country singles chart, and in 2016 the duo signed with Curb Records, which soon reissued Whiskey on My Breath.

 

Jul
15
Thu
Joe Nichols Live in Concert July 15, 2021 @ The Bluestone
Jul 15 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Joe Nichols Live in concert

Tickets ONLY $25

July 15th, 2021

Joe Nichols at The Bluestone

Joe Nichols live in Columbus, Ohio

Joe Nichols has been a mainstay of country music for two decades, bridging the gap between the genre’s old-school roots and contemporary era. Joe Nichols a 21st-century traditionalist — an artist who’s both timely and timeless, racking up a half-dozen Number 1 singles and ten Top 10 hits with a sound that honors his heroes. From his first radio smash, 2002’s “The Impossible,” to 2021’s Home Run,” Nichols has proudly done things his own way, blurring the boundaries between country music’s past and present along the way.

It’s an approach that has earned Joe Nichols multi-platinum success, three Grammy nominations, a CMA award, an ACM trophy, and — perhaps most importantly — the support of his idols. Joe Nichols still remembers the day he received a letter from Buck Owens, who passed away the same week his message arrived in Joe Nichols’ mailbox.
The two had previously crossed paths in Bakersfield, California, where Owens complimented Nichols on his classic sound… and gave him some good-natured teasing about the length of his hair.

Jul
23
Fri
Lanco Live in concert July 23, 2021 @ The Bluestone
Jul 23 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Lanco Live in concert

ONLY $25

 July 23, 2021

Doors at 7 PM

Lanco live in concert

Tickets on sale May 7th, 2021

Country-rock band LANCO — which stands for Lancaster & Company — was formed in 2013 by namesake and frontman Brandon Lancaster. Hailing from Georgia, Tennessee, and Kentucky, the quintet members included drummer Tripp Howell, guitarist Eric Steedly, keyboardist Jared Hampton, and bassist Chandler Baldwin. Crafting feel-good country anthems tinged with classic rock and blues edges, LANCO got their start after a chance meeting between Lancaster and producer Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Little Big Town) Keith Urban concert. Joyce signed LANCO to his publishing company and produced their eponymous debut EP. The band signed with Sony Music Nashville imprint Arista Nashville in late 2015. Their second EP, Extended Play, was released in early 2016. It contained three of the same songs as their debut, exchanging “High” for newer track and lead single “Long Live Tonight,” a pop-infused country song with a Kings of Leon undercurrent. In 2017, their song “Greatest Love Story” was also featured as the theme for the Netflix series The Ranch, and this placement helped break the band, with the single reaching Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Top Ten. Hallelujah Nights, the band’s long-awaited full-length debut, appeared in January 2018. They returned the following year with the single “Rival.”

 

 

Aug
7
Sat
Trey Lewis Live in Concert August 7th @ The Bluestone
Aug 7 @ 7:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Trey Lewis Live in concert August 7th, 2021

Only $15

At The Bluestone in Columbus, Ohio

Tickets only $15 at www.liveatthebluestone.com or Eventbrite

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/trey-lewis-tickets-158952389877

The Bluestone

Trey Lewis Live at the Bluestone

“It just so happens that I put out a song about d–ks and buttf–ks, but I do have a hell of a story,” Trey Lewis professes — and he’s not kidding.

Lewis, a legit singer-songwriter, has a NSFW viral hit on his hands, but don’t mistake “D–ked Down in Dallas” for country music parody, or Lewis himself as a comedian who sings. The Birmingham, Ala., native — who has never even been to Texas and is the type of Southern guy who drops the occasional “Yes, ma’am” in conversation — makes his living as a bar singer, and he’s hoping that after you stop chuckling at those raunchy lyrics, you’ll stick around to hear what else he has to say.

Lewis recently celebrated his 33rd birthday and has been sober for 13-and-a-half years. At the age of 19, he was in and out of jail and psychiatric wards “and all kinds of stuff,” he says. He entered treatment, got both sober and the help he needed, and moved into a halfway house after finishing his program.

“My sponsor asked me what were my hopes and dreams,” Lewis recounts, “and I said, ‘I really don’t know.’ And he said, ‘That’s what we’ve gotta do, is get you hoping and dreaming again.'”

As a child, he “always wanted to be Garth Brooks.” He’d sing with his uncles, and both his mom (a karaoke aficionado) and grandfather (a harmonica player) enjoyed music, but Lewis was, he says, quite shy.

Read More: Trey Lewis’ Story Is So Much Deeper Than His NSFW TikTok Hit | https://tasteofcountry.com/who-is-trey-lewis/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral

Read More: Trey Lewis’ Story Is So Much Deeper Than His NSFW TikTok Hit | https://tasteofcountry.com/who-is-trey-lewis/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral