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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Known around the globe as one of the best performance halls in the world, Ryman Auditorium celebrates all genres, backgrounds and people on its stage and in every pew with its diverse calendar, including recently announced shows from Music City Chorus, A Celebration of Justin Townes Earle, Black Pumas, The Beach Boys, Marshall Tucker Band, America, Chris Janson, John Crist, Khruangbin, Ministry, Russell Dickerson, Gregory Alan Isakov, The Zombies, This Love Thing Live, Vance Joy and many more. See the full show calendar and purchase tickets at ryman.com.
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MUSIC CITY CHORUS: A BARBERSHOP HARMONY CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION
Dec. 12 at 7pm CST
Celebrate the holidays at the Ryman with four-part a cappella barbershop harmony! This Christmas spectacular will feature the internationally acclaimed Music City Chorus along with several special guests. Also performing on the show are local Nashville artists, Metro Nashville Chorus and Tunetown Show Chorus, in addition to other top local quartets. Join us for an evening of Christmas classics performed by some of the top barbershop groups in the world that the entire family can enjoy. Tickets start at $30.
CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE WITH STEVE EARLE & THE DUKES AND FRIENDS
January 4 at 7:30pm CST
Steve Earle & The Dukes have announced the lineup for A Celebration of Justin Townes Earle, Steve’s late son, on Justin’s 40th birthday. The show will take place on Justin’s actual birthday January 4, and the entire lineup will be performing songs from Justin’s catalog. The current lineup is as follows: Amanda Shires, Ben Nichols (Lucero), Buddy Miller, Dustin Welch, Elizabeth Cook, Emmylou Harris, Jason Isbell, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Joe Pug, Jon Langford, Lilly Hiatt, Lucinda Williams, Mike Ness and Jonny Two Bags of Social Distortion, Old Crow Medicine Show, Scotty Melton, Stacey Earle And Mark Stuart, Steve Earle & The Dukes, and Willy and Cody Braun. The show will benefit Justin’s 4-year-old daughter, Etta St. James Earle’s trust. Tickets start at $45.
Feb. 4 & 5 at 8pm CST
In 2017, GRAMMY Award-winning guitarist/producer Adrian Quesada had recorded some instrumentals in his Austin studio, and he started looking around for a vocalist, while Eric Burton made his way to Texas. Burton traveled through the Western states before deciding to settle down in Austin-setting up his busking spot on a downtown street corner, at 6th Street and Congress, for maximum exposure. A mutual friend mentioned Burton to Quesada, saying that he was the best singer he had ever heard. The two musicians connected, and the results of that inauspicious beginning can now be heard on the self-titled debut album from Black Pumas, the group that Quesada and Burton assembled, which has become one of the year’s most anticipated projects. Tickets start at $34.50.
THE BEACH BOYS
Feb. 6 at 7:30pm CST
As The Beach Boys mark more than a half century of making music, the group continues to ride the crest of a wave unequaled in America’s musical history. The Beach Boys have sold over 100 million records worldwide and have received more than 33 RIAA Platinum and Gold record awards. The Rock And Roll Hall of Famers were also honored at the 2001 GRAMMY Awards with the Lifetime Achievement Award. With more than five decades of touring under their belts, The Beach Boys have performed more concerts than any major rock band in history. The Beach Boys are led by Mike Love, who, along with longtime member Bruce Johnston, musical director Scott Totten, Brian Eichenberger, Christian Love, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill, Keith Hubacher and Randy Leago continue the legacy of the iconic band. This concert will not feature Brian Wilson, Al Jardine or David Marks. Tickets start at $59.50.
MARSHALL TUCKER BAND
Feb. 9 at 7pm CST
Nearly 50 years ago, The Marshall Tucker Band was founded in Spartanburg, SC. Thanks to hits like “Can’t You See,” “Heard It in a Love Song,” “Fire on the Mountain,” and “24 Hours At a Time,” the 5x Gold, 3x Platinum-selling southern rock group has sold millions of albums worldwide. MTB songs have been featured in major motion picture films and television shows while CMT named the MTB’s “Can’t You See” the No. 4 Greatest Southern Rock Song. The MTB’s debut album, The Marshall Tucker Band, reigns as Gibson Guitar’s No. 5 Greatest Southern Rock Album. Ultimate Classic Rock crowned the MTB’s “Can’t You See” as the No. 1 Southern Rock Song and Grammy Magazine named the group’s logo as one of the most distinctive and iconic brands in music. Tickets start at $49.50.
Feb. 19 at 7:30pm CST
Founding members Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell (along with former bandmate, the late Dan Peek) met in high school in London in the late 1960s and quickly harmonized their way to the top of the charts on the strength of their signature song “A Horse With No Name.” America became a global household name, paving their way with an impressive string of hits. Forty plus years later, these friends are still making music together, touring the world and thrilling audiences with their timeless sound. The trio won the GRAMMY for Best New Artist in 1972. In 2020, the band released their ultimate 8-disc anniversary box set, Half Century (America Records), and streamed their concert special America—Live at the London Palladium for the very first time. America has been a band capable of transcending borders with its uplifting music and positive message. Embracing a rainbow of divergent cultures, America’s audiences continue to grow, comprising a loyal legion of first, second and third generation fans, all bearing testament to the group’s enduring appeal. Tickets start at $39.50.
March 10 at 7:30pm CST
Breakout country star Chris Janson is a Platinum-selling recording artist, high-octane entertainer, multi-instrumentalist and award-winning singer/songwriter who Bobby Bones has named among the greatest six live performers in country music. The ACM Award-winner has collected prestigious accolades that place him amongst country music greats. Both his inspiring hit “Drunk Girl” and his chart-topping, 3x Platinum smash “Buy Me A Boat” were named among NSAI’s “Ten Songs I Wish I’d Written” lists – making Janson one in a handful of the industry’s most elite artists to earn the title multiple times. “Good Vibes,” the flagship single from his 2019 album Real Friends, and follow-up “Done” each topped the country charts, bringing his total of No. 1 songs to four – and now the hit-maker is entering a new chapter with “Bye Mom.” In addition to his own successes, the talented songwriter has lent his pen to industry peers including Tim McGraw (“Truck Yeah,” “How I’ll Always Be”), LOCASH (“I Love This Life”) and the legendary Hank Williams Jr. (“God Fearin’ Man,” “Those Days Are Gone”). Tickets start at $30.
March 12 at 7pm CST
John Crist is one of today’s fast-rising stand-up comedians, with more than one billion video views, four million fans on social media and sold-out shows from coast to coast. Crist is widely known for viral videos like “Honest Football Coach,” “Every Parent at Disney,” “Brands that need to be CANCELLED” and hundreds more. In 2019, Crist made Pollstar’s Top 100 Global Tours list, with over 197,000 tickets sold for his Human Being Tour. He held the designation for four consecutive weeks, charting as high as No. 28. Crist’s comedy has been featured on ESPN, “The Today Show,” HLN, US Weekly, USA Today, SiriusXM, Buzzfeed, The Huffington Post, Cracked, and even The Golf Channel. Tickets start at $29.75.
March 14 and 15 at 7:30pm CDT
Khruangbin has always been multilingual, weaving far-flung musical languages like East Asian surf-rock, Persian funk, and Jamaican dub into mellifluous harmony. The Houston group—bassist Laura Lee, guitarist Mark Speer, drummer DJ Johnson—had been on tour for nearly three-and-a-half years, playing to audiences across North and South America, Europe, and southeast Asia behind its acclaimed albums The Universe Smiles Upon You and Con Todo El Mundo. They returned to their farmhouse studio in Burton, Texas, ready to begin work on their third album. But they were also determined to slow down, to take their time and luxuriate in building something together, pulling reference points from Pakistan, Korea, and West Africa, incorporating strains of Indian chanting boxes and Congolese syncopated guitar. Mordechai is a snapshot taken along a larger journey—a moment all the more beautiful for its impermanence. Tickets start at $44.50.
March 19 at 8pm CDT
Ministry has been the lifetime passion project of founder Al Jourgensen, considered to be the pioneer of industrial music. In its early days, Ministry was identifiable by its heavy synth-pop material in line with the new sounds and technology that were being developed in the ‘80s. Ministry’s output began with four 12” singles on Wax Trax! Records in 1981 before the first LP With Sympathy in 1983 via Arista Records. As time progressed however, so did Ministry, quickly developing a harsher, and more stylized sound that the band soon became infamous for on seminal albums Twitch (1986), The Land of Rape and Honey (1988) and The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste (1989). With the release of Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and The Way to Suck Eggs (1992), Ministry hit an all-time high in the mainstream musical realm and received its first of six GRAMMY nominations. Eight more albums would follow before an indefinite break in 2013, only to be unearthed again in 2018 with AmeriKKKant, continuing to reflect Jourgensen’s views on the frightening state of society and politics. Today, Ministry continues touring and recording with the brand-new 15th studio album Moral Hygiene. Tickets start at $35.
March 25 at 8pm CDT
Multi-platinum Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Russell Dickerson has established himself a prolific songwriter and powerhouse showman through memorable high-energy performances and eloquent songcraft spiked with spirit. His Gold-certified full-length debut album, Yours, bowed at No. 5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and No. 1 on the Emerging Artists Chart, yielding three consecutive No. 1 smashes, including the Triple-Platinum “Yours” (christened “one of the hottest wedding songs of the year” by The Knot), Platinum “Blue Tacoma,” and Platinum “Every Little Thing.” He has electrified audiences on tour with Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line, Darius Rucker, Lady A and Kane Brown, in addition to headlining sold out venues everywhere. In 2020, he released his second full-length album, Southern Symphony, a long-awaited masterful compilation, led by the platinum-certified No. 1 single “Love You Like I Used To,” which spent a record-breaking 21 weeks on Billboard Country Airplay’s Top 10. Tickets start at $30.
GREGORY ALAN ISAKOV
March 29 and 30 at 8pm CDT
Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and now calling Colorado home, horticulturist-turned-musician Gregory Alan Isakov has cast an impressive presence on the indie-rock and folk worlds with his five full-length studio albums: That Sea, The Gambler; This Empty Northern Hemisphere; The Weatherman; Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony; and Evening Machines (nominated for a GRAMMY award for Best Folk Album). In addition to owning his independent record label, Suitcase Town Music, he also manages a small farm in Boulder County, which provides produce to the farm’s CSA members and to local restaurants. $1 from each ticket sold for this show will support Real Farmer Care. Founded by farmer Clara Coleman and in collaboration with National Young Farmers Coalition, Real Farmer Care’s founding mission is to support farmers’ self-care needs, while centering BIPOC farmers, in light of the rising suicide, mental illness, and financial challenges facing farmers today.
April 13 at 7:30pm CDT
Iconic British psychedelic pop legends The Zombies are back to celebrate their long-awaited Induction into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, with a new album in the works and their 2022 “Life Is A Merry-Go-Round” Tour. The band’s live performances, described by Rolling Stone as “absolutely triumphant,” take fans on a journey through time, from their early hits, their 1968 masterpiece Odessey & Oracle, post-Zombies solo favorites, right to today with brand-new material from their forthcoming album. The second U.K. band following the Beatles to score a No. 1 hit in America, The Zombies infiltrated the airwaves with the sophisticated melodies, breathy vocals, choral back-up harmonies and jazzy keyboard riffs of their 1960’s hit singles “She’s Not There” and “Tell Her No.” Ironically, the group broke-up just prior to achieving their greatest success – the worldwide chart-topping single “Time of the Season,” from their swan-song album Odessey & Oracle, ranked No. 100 in Rolling Stone’s ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time.’ To this day, generations of new bands have cited The Zombies’ work as pop touchstones, and the band continues to be embraced by new generations of fans. Tickets start at $39.50.
THIS LOVE THING LIVE
May 15 at 7pm CDT
Released in October 2020, This Love Thing brings together the powerful lead vocals and musical direction of celebrated singer, songwriter, activist, and non-profit executive Drea d’Nur and original songs and strings of IMAN Executive Director and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Rami Nashashibi. Together with special guest appearances from artists like GRAMMY-nominated singer and emcee Maimouna Youssef (Mumu Fresh), Def Jam Poet Amir Sulaiman, and string arrangements by award-winning Rootstock Republic, This Love Thing Live carefully weaves together an emotionally riveting production that will leave audiences inspired and moved for years to come. This Love Thing Live is the first original touring production presented by the Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN), a non-profit community organization that fosters health, wellness and healing in the inner-city by organizing for social change, cultivating the arts, and operating a holistic health center. Tickets start at $30.
June 2 at 7:30pm CDT
Vance Joy (born James Keogh) made his first impression with anthems like “Mess is Mine,” “Georgia” and “Fire and the Flood” all finding a home on the 2014 debut dream your life away. Vance Joy spent 2013 and 2014 playing clubs around the world before the album was released which then saw him surface everywhere from singing on the American Idol Season Final to being handpicked to open Taylor Swift's 1989 World Tour. In 2017, Vance Joy kicked off the campaign for his sophomore album Nation of Two with lead single “Lay It On Me” showing it was destined to be another successful album. It’s no surprise that listeners all over the world connect to Vance Joy's intimate yet anthemic songwriting. His lyrics take you on a journey that will reach out and hold you for a delicate moment. Bringing together a unique, charming mix of folk music with pop influences, these songs capture the familiar pulse of everyday experiences in a unique and celebratory manner. Tickets start at $39.50.
WHERE: Ryman Auditorium, 116 REP. JOHN LEWIS WAY N., NASHVILLE, TN 37219
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About Ryman Auditorium
A National Historic Landmark, Ryman Auditorium was built by Captain Thomas G. Ryman in 1892. Ryman Auditorium is a 12-time winner of the prestigious Pollstar Theatre of the Year award. The historic venue is well-known as the Mother Church of Country Music and is the most famous former home of Grand Ole Opry (1943-1974). The Ryman has been featured in numerous film and television projects including Coal Miner’s Daughter, The Johnny Cash Show, American Idol, Nashville, and more. While offering a diverse lineup and thriving concert schedule (with over 200 shows per year), the venue is also open for daytime tours year-round. A coveted under-play for many, her iconic stage has seen the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Mumford and Sons, and Tom Petty in recent years. Ryman Auditorium is owned by Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. (NYSE: RHP), a Nashville-based REIT that also owns and operates the Grand Ole Opry, 650 AM WSM and Ole Red. For more information, visit ryman.com.
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