Tickets for Miranda Lambert’s Revolution At The Ryman went on sale Friday and were gone by the end of the weekend. At the Sept. 24 event she will perform her entire new album, Revolution, before it is released on Sept. 29. The new single, “White Liar,” written by Lambert and Natalie Hemby has quickly become a fan favorite in concert and is rising at radio. She explains, “This songs sounds like a lot of my influences. I feel like it’s a huge staple on this album because it’s different.” Adding, “I love songs that create images, tell a story that people can make up there own little movie to in their minds.”
Kenny Chesney is taking the concept of his surprise, last-minute Keg in the Closet shows to the arena level. The small events typically take place in the bars of SEC college towns.
While waiting to take the stage and play to a sold out crowd of 49,000 at Detroit’s Ford Field, tickets quietly went on sale for a just-added Sept. 17 show at Bloomington, IL’s US Cellular Coliseum. Tickets were gone in about 3 minutes.
Chesney’s Corona Extra presents Sun City Carnival recently played his fifth consecutive sell-out in Boston’s stadium, and fourth consecutive sell-out at Ford Field in Detroit.
Also on the schedule is a Sept. 15 intimate show at Times Square’s Hard Rock Café as part of the vaunted chain’s Ambassadors of Rock program. The Sun City Carnival’s final hurrah will be at Indianapolis’ Lincoln Oil Field.