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Best Shows Jul 20 - Sep 20

in Bloomington

Glenn Miller Orchestra at Buskirk-chumley Theatre

Glenn Miller Orchestra

Glenn Miller Orchestra has been consistently touring since forming in 1956, and now is your chance to witness one of the most popular bands in the world as they come to a town near you. The band's unique jazz sound and arrangement make them highly sought after, even more so now that they're bringing a night of nostalgia and swing.

Keb Mo at Brown County Music Center

Keb Mo

Keb' Mo' is a three-time Grammy-winner who is referred to as the "living link" to the Delta Blues of the early 1930s which helped influence much of today's blues music. He keeps his sound contemporary with touches of soul and folksy storytelling. His acoustic-led, basic-to-basics style of blues has gained him many fans. As well as being an accomplished guitarist, Keb' Mo' also plays the banjo, harmonica, steel drums and keyboard.

Rosanne Cash at Buskirk-chumley Theatre

Rosanne Cash

She may have a legend for a father, but Rosanne Cash is iconic in her own right. As a Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter, she has forged a career on her own terms for over three decades. Exploring the country that belies her roots, but also finding success as a crossover artist, taking folk, blues, and gospel influences and winding them into an incredibly strong back catalog.

Joss Stone at Brown County Music Center

Joss Stone

One of Britain's most talented performers, Joss Stone has sold ten million copies of her debut album The Soul Sessions, which went multi-platinum propelling her into the spotlight and earning her a Mercury Prize nomination for Album of the Year. The star has gone onto receive five awards including a Grammy Award and two Brit Awards. Catch her live in 2024 as she hits the road once more and brings that voice to you!

Kenny Wayne Shepherd at Brown County Music Center

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Get ready to rock the house down as the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band hits the road in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the album 'Trouble Is...25' - featuring Blues, Rock and of course guitars! There are few guitarists around who would dare stand toe to toe with Kenny Wayne Shepherd. A musical prodigy, the Louisiana native released his first record Led-better Heights at the tender age of 18. It was a runaway success, with Shepherd's exceptional playing elevating the rather standard blues fare contained within.

The Australian Pink Floyd at Brown County Music Center

The Australian Pink Floyd

It may come as a surprise to learn that Australian Pink Floyd is one of the most in-demand touring bands of the moment, so good at what they do that it is said that even David Gilmour asked them to play at his 50th Birthday bash. This is no small tribute act, but a high-octane audio-visual exploration of the music of Pink Floyd featuring highly skilled musicians and a lighting show that's second to none.

Aaron Lewis at Brown County Music Center

Aaron Lewis

Aaron Lewis is a founding member and the frontman of the popular rock band Stained and a Grammy Award-nominated songwriter. See him live this year as he takes to the road around the US as a solo artist performing his own country-influenced material. Not to be missed for fans of this very talented musician!

Beth Hart at Brown County Music Center

Beth Hart

The 2014 Grammy-nominated blues singer heads back out on tour! Springing to fame in 1999 with the hit moody blues single "LA Song", Beth's music is featured in various television shows such as Californication and the remake of Beverly Hills 90210. Don't miss your chance to see Beth live on stage as she heads to your town.

Night Ranger at Brown County Music Center

Night Ranger

All throughout the decade of decadence, San Francisco rockers Night Ranger rode high with a string of successful albums and singles, with their first five albums selling over 10 million copies across the globe. Straddling the worlds of hard rock and glam metal, they provided an anarchic soundtrack to the big hair generation, solidifying their here-to-stay status with the release of their seminal soaring power ballad 'Sister Christian' in 1984.

Crowder at Brown County Music Center

Crowder

Grammy-nominated, multi-instrumentalist American Christian rocker, David Wallace Crowder, hitting the road on a North American tour! This tour will see Crowder playing all your favorite material from both his solo albums, although he's started leaving room to switch things up on his shows! Make sure you don't miss the incredible Crowder when he hits your town!

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