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    BRENT KINNAIRD
    DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
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    Director Of Operations
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    BROTHER ELSEY
    Thursday June 13th, 6:30pm EST @ The Access Stage
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    BROTHER ELSEY
    BROTHER ELSEY
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    There’s something unique in Brother Elsey DNA. Comprised of siblings Brady (vocals and guitar), Beau (bass), and Jack Stablein (lead guitar), plus honorary kin Dalton Thomas (drums), these sons of Detroit have spent their lives working together to create a blueprint of musical connection, using sharp songcraft, a celestial-roots sound, and pure Midwestern grit to suss out common truths of the human condition. Freely mixing rock, folk, and country in ways both grounded and atmospheric, rugged yet serene, the quartet are now signed to Nashville’s River House Artists, and it’s time to reveal their family secrets. Named for the Stablein brothers’ great-grandfather, early gigs in high school led to Dalton joining in college, and a whirlwind of hard-earned grassroots growth. Along with a series of self-written and self-produced singles and EPs, a heavy self-booked tour scheduled culminated in tours alongside major acts like alt-rock icons The Wallflowers, Allen Stone, the War and Treaty, and Young the Giant, plus the transcendent 2021 EP debut, You Don’t Know Anything. After relocating to Nashville and expanding their road-warrior reputation, a new chapter now begins, fusing their unconventional sound with a knack for tapping the common well of humanist spirit. Featuring lofty soundscapes, husky-but-piercing vocals, blood harmonies, and down-to-earth craftsmanship, Brother Elsey’s new material both explores the emotions that guide (and restrict) modern life, and sharpens their unique brand of ethereal folk rock. Produced by Drew Long and recorded at East Nashville’s Ivy Hall, tracks like the cinematic “Passing Through” meet with patient observations (“Babylon”) and pent-up nervous energy (“Red Tape”), as the family band emerge on the national scene. Featured at the 2023 Americana Music Festival and beyond, Brother Elsey will also star in the film Dandelion (set to debut at SXSW 2024), and plan to tour with both Boy Named Banjo and SUSTO in the coming year.

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    CAL: U2 THE JOSHUA TREE
    Thursday June 13th, 7:45pm EST @ The Access Stage
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    CAL: U2 THE JOSHUA TREE
    CAL: U2 THE JOSHUA TREE
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    Classic Albums Live and its roster of A-list musicians from across the country will be performing U2's The Joshua Tree exactly as you remember hearing it, note for note, cut for cut.
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    Carleton Stone
    Saturday June 15, 5:30pm EST @ The Access Stage
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    Carleton Stone
    Carleton Stone
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    Carleton Stone, an award-winning artist, a songwriter with a growing list of credits and a founding member of the popular East Coast trio Port Cities.

    Carleton has three solo records to his credit, multiple awards, and has toured internationally. An outstanding writer, Carleton has written songs for and with such diverse artists as Ria Mae, Neon Dreams, Classified (featuring Snoop Dogg), Quake Matthews, Donovan Woods, Matt Andersen, Bobby Bazini, and Mo Kenney. During lockdown, Carleton worked to hone his skills as a producer and in 2021, Carleton produced Willie Stratton’s Drugstore Dreamin’ (2022) along with his own record.

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    CHILLIWACK
    Friday June 14, 9:50pm EST @ The Access Stage
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    CHILLIWACK
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    Rising out of the ashes of psychedelia in 1969, Canada’s legendary Chilliwack released 12 albums over a 15 year period producing numerous Canadian and international hits including “Lonesome Mary”, “Fly At Night”, & “California Girl” in the 70’s; and “My Girl (gone gone gone)”, “Whatcha Gonna Do” in the 80’s. All this work led to fifteen gold and platinum certifications, a host of awards, high profile TV appearances and coliseum concert tours. Chilliwack’s reputation for consistently powerful shows continue, and with the live CD THERE AND BACK still winning over new fans and delighting long time ones, Bill Henderson and the band are rocking like never before. Hearing the revitalized Chilliwack of today is like hearing those songs for the first time… all over again.
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    Cogeco
    Cogeco
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    Cogeco
    Cogeco
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