The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the historic Ryman Auditorium are gearing up for the inaugural “Rock The Ryman” concert happening March 1. The two recently announced that performers Little Big Town, Caitlyn Smith, and The Cadillac Three have joined the lineup that already includes The War and Treaty, Gavin DeGraw, Maddie & Tae, and Charlie Worsham. Worsham will also host the evening.
Little Big Town are on an arena tour bringing their tight harmonies to audiences across the country. The hitmakers are excited to pay homage to their icons and inspirations on stage at the Ryman.
“The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Ryman hold so much music and so much history, it’s exciting to be part of bringing these places together for one special night. So many of the Rock Hall members are the soundtrack of everyone’s life,” shares LBT’s Karen Fairchild.
Smith is a genre-defying artist in her own rite, having written for Miley Cyrus, Aviici, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, as well as the No. 1 “Like I’m Gonna Lose You” for Meghan Trainor and John Legend
“Being part of such a special evening, honoring so many of the Rock Hall members’ influences on all of us is just such an incredible honor,” says Smith. “And to do it at the historic Ryman Auditorium adds a whole other level of highlighting what makes Nashville’s music community so special.”
The Cadillac Three has always produced rock-driven country hits with Jaren Johnston, Kelby Ray, and Neil Mason forming the powerful trio.
Together, they will all take the stage to celebrate the intersection of rock & roll and country music. For this one-night concert experience, each artist will perform songs Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees who have performed at the Ryman to honor their legacies.
“More than 100 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees have performed on the Ryman’s hallowed stage throughout its 130-year history,” says Greg Harris, President & CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. “We are thrilled to continue our collaboration with the Ryman by bringing together artists and fans for one incredible night to experience the power of rock & roll through some of Nashville’s great talent.”
The Ryman joined 11 other rock & roll institutions across the country as an official Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Landmark in May of 2022. In November, the legendary auditorium opened an interactive exhibit, Rock Hall at the Ryman, to celebrate the venue’s influence on rock & roll history.
Tickets for “Rock The Ryman” are on sale now at ryman.com and the proceeds will go to the further preservation and celebration of the rich history of rock & roll.
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