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An Evening with Jack Broadbent w/ Jarrod Dickenson opening

Saturday, February 15, 2020
The Main Stage
$20 Advance // $25 Door
Tickets on Sale Now
Main Hall Seated - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations


Hailed as “the new master of the slide guitar” by the Montreux Jazz Festival, Rolling Stone, France proclaimed him “as fine as antique lace”. Folk/Blues troubadour Jack Broadbent is not to be missed! Jarrod Dickenson will open

Jack Broadbent · 9:15pm


Hailed as “The new master of the slide guitar” by the Montreux Jazz Festival and “The real thang” by the legendary Bootsy Collins, Jack Broadbent has spent the the past few years wowing international audiences with his unique blend of virtuosic acoustic and slide guitar, and poignant folk and blues inspired vocals.

Jarrod Dickenson · 8:30pm

Storytelling is something of a Texas tradition. Tall hats and even taller tales are woven into the fabric of The Lone Star State, and singer-songwriter, Jarrod Dickenson can spin a yarn with the best of them.

Hailing from Waco, now based in Nashville via Brooklyn, Dickenson spends most of his time on the road bringing his own particular brand of soulful Americana to a wide variety of music loving audiences around the globe.

"His songs carry an independent spirit and grit... a hard-bitten, yet romantic eye that seems bred into Lone Star Songwriters" - Q Magazine

“A voice like a young Tom Waits...Jarrod Dickenson's songs are simply breathtaking, possessing melodies many of his peers would give their left arm for.” - No Depression

"A smokey-toned Texan with a smooth line in Country-Soul..." - Uncut Magazine

"A smokey, filthy, Waitsy, Cohen-Inflected piece of subterranean melodrama...and I like it." - Shaun Keaveny, BBC Radio 6 Music

"In the tradition of old southern Americana, but with a feel of something current; storytelling with soul." - Chris Hawkins, BBC Radio 6 Music