A tribute show honoring the late singer-songwriter and producer Keith Gattis will take place Nov. 28 at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville. The lineup will feature George Strait, Sheryl Crow, Wade Bowen, Randy Houser, Jon Pardi, Dean Dillon, Kendell Marvel, Jack Ingram, Waylon Payne, Braun Brothers, Big Hat, Austin Hanks, Jamie Rubin, Clint Daniels, Andy Tubman, Travis Howard and Jabe Beyer.
Throughout his career, Gattis earned authentic credibility as a country music artist added immeasurable value to the genre. Gattis’ music is described as roots country rock & roll. His melancholy voice along with his trademark tele-slinging guitar are reminiscent of the Eagles, Tom Petty and Dwight Yoakam.
Gattis’ song “El Cerrito Place” from his critically acclaimed album Big City Blues became a national hit when Kenny Chesney released it. Gattis was a troubadour of many talents and toured as Johnny Paycheck’s guitar player and Yoakam’s band leader and producer. His songs were released by Strait, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Gary Allan and more. On April 23, Gattis was tragically killed in a tractor accident at his home.
The tribute show will feature Gattis’ musical family singing his songs accompanied by his favorite all-star band lead by Audley Freed. Proceeds will benefit his family. VIP bowling lanes and general admission tickets will go on sale tomorrow (Oct. 19). For more information, click here.
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