Thursday, April 1st, 2021

Gabe Dixon + Southern Avenue

$18-$20 POSTPONED
Doors: 6:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM 18+ Years
Gabe Dixon + Southern Avenue

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
925 3rd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
Due to circumstances outside of our control, we regret to inform you that this show has been postponed until further notice.  Hang on to your tickets, we’ll email you as soon as a new date is announced. 

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Artist Info

Gabe Dixon

Born and raised in Tennessee, Gabe Dixon is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Since he first emerged in 1999, he has been penning honest and heartfelt tunes that continue to garner fans and crowds across the globe. "Live Again”, a Gabe Dixon original, was recently chosen by Garth Brooks to bookend “The Trilogy” along with “Let it Be” and “Hey Jude” at his Live from Notre Dame Concert in front of nearly 100K fans and a National TV audience. Gabe's songs have also been featured in major films such as The Proposal and TV shows such as Nashville, Grey’s Anatomy, Vampire Diaries and Parks & Recreation. Along with his own appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Late Late Show, Dixon has performed with notable acts like Paul McCartney, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Supertramp, Loggins & Messina, and O.A.R. In 2019, he began touring with Tedeschi Trucks Band while also working on his new album, which is slated to release in 2020. 
 

Southern Avenue

2020 Grammy Nominees SOUTHERN AVENUE (Stax/Concord) are a boundary-breaking Memphis combo that carries the Southern soul legacy into the 21st century and beyond. Fueled by their powerful chemistry and electrifying live show, this fiery five-piece has performed in over fifteen countries and wowed audiences at festivals such as Bonnaroo, Firefly, Electric Forest and Lockn’. Relix calls them “a deeply soulful Memphis band that’s turning the scene on its head,” and No Depression commented that it's "easy to imagine Southern Avenue as a house band in their native Memphis or Muscle Shoals in the glory days of the '60s, sent back to the future to save us from inauthenticity and our collective hurt.
 
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