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He boasts one of the best beards in all of music, but Nashville singer-songwriter Jamey Johnson is more than just awesome facial hair. His brand of country music is steeped in emotional ballads, best heard on his two major hit singles, “The Dollar” and “In Color.”
You probably know Pasadena artist Jon B. best for his 1998 hit, “They Don’t Know,” a smooth, sultry single that established him as one of R&B’s biggest names. The song’s music video has collected a massive 58 million views on YouTube, but there’s nothing like seeing it live in his hometown while performing at the Rose.
Since the mid-1970s, Ann and Nancy Wilson have charted hit after hard-rockin’ hit under the name “Heart,” selling more than 35 million records in the process. Performing together for the first time since 2016, Heart will no doubt blister their way through “Barracuda,” “Crazy on You,” and “Alone.” Just make sure to arrive for the opener: it’s uber-accomplished singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow.
One of the best House of Blues traditions is its World Famous Gospel Brunch, a Sunday morning treat featuring local talent performing a high-energy set list of gospel classics. To sweeten the deal, every attendee gets to fill up on an all-you-can-eat buffet, headlined by chicken and waffles.
At 82, Buddy Guy can still play a mean blues guitar. A major influence to equally renowned guitarists like Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, Buddy Guy has been producing Chicago-style blues for more than 50 years, and is a bona fide legend to anyone who ever picked up a six string.
Experience Hendrix is no ordinary tribute act. What started as a one-off gig at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has turned into a 30-city 2019 tour featuring 19 different artists paying tribute to music’s most-storied left-handed guitarist. Performers include Jonny Lang, Joe Satriani, Megadeth’s Dave Mustane, and one of the original bassists of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Billy Cox.
Expect to hear “I Walk the Line,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Ring of Fire,” and more at Cash Unchained, a Johnny Cash tribute starring James Tamelcoff III, a rising star who not only has the appearance of the “Man in Black,” but also his demeanor and his deep, intimidating baritone.
Celebrating one of history’s greatest record labels, The Motowners have a huge body of classic soul and R&B music to draw from. Expect to hear immensely catchy hits from the artists associated with Hitsville USA, including The Miracles, the Supremes, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, and more.
No, they don’t pronounce their name “Goyt-SEE,” it’s actually “go-WITCH-ah.” You’ll get it right after seeing the unforgettable Goitse, an award-winning Irish quintet performing folk-pop tunes heavily influenced by their homeland.
Two country stars with a combined 30 #1 hits team up for this “Urban Cowboy Reunion,” featuring Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee, both of whom were prominently featured on the Urban Cowboy soundtrack. Expect to hear Lee’s “Lookin’ for Love” and Gilley’s cover of “Stand by Me.”
In 2008, GRAMMY award-winning jazz musician Wynton Marsalis was commissioned to write a composition for the 200th anniversary of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem. Performed for the first time in Detroit with the assistance of a local choir, the Abyssinian Mass promises to be deeply energetic, soulful, and inspiring.