6 live shows to check out this week – July 11, 2022

One of the many perks of living in Middle Tennessee is the availability of live music (hello, Music City!). So get out there and check out these 6 live music shows taking place this week: July 11 to July 17, 2022.

Kane Brown

photo of Jason Aldean’s kitchen rooftop bar

Tuesday, July 12, 6 p.m.

Jason Aldean’s Rooftop Kitchen + Bar, 307 Broadway, Nashville

It’s the last free River on the Rooftop event at Jason Aldean’s Broadway spot and the lineup is pretty amazing with Kane Brown, Benson Boone and Nightly.

dan of steel

dan of steel
photo of FirstBank Amphitheater

Wednesday, July 13, 8 p.m.

FirstBank Amphitheatre, 4525 Graystone Quarry Lane, Franklin

Founded in 1971, American rock band Steely Dan will perform this week in Franklin with the Dave Stryker Trio as special guest.

Buy your tickets here.

Hansen

Hansen
picture of the Ryman auditorium

Friday, July 15, 8 p.m.

It’s been 25 years since “MMMBop” was released as a single, but the Hanson Brothers have since founded their own label, performed to millions of fans and perform their live show at The Ryman – there are only a few tickets left for this spectacle.

Buy your tickets here.

Bacon Brothers

Bacon Brothers
photo of the city cellar

Saturday, July 16, 5 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

City Winery, 609 Lafayette Street, Nashville

You can get two chances to see the Bacon Brothers on Saturday, consisting of Kevin Bacon and Michael Bacon, the duo have been performing together for 30 years.

Buy your tickets here.

Rebab

rehab
warehouse picture

Friday, July 15, 7 p.m.

The Warehouse, 20 McClure Street, Clarksville

Rehab has released a new album titled Sand Castles. The rock band will be joined by Bry Lew and Yung Kleff.

Buy your tickets here.

Arlo McKinley

Arlo McKinley
photo of brooklyn bowl

Thursday, July 14, 8 p.m.

Brooklyn Bowl, 925 3rd Avenue North, Nashville

Local artist Arlo McKinley will celebrate the release of his album “This Mess We’re In”. Speaking about the album, McKinley shared, “I’ve always heard the term ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’, but I could never apply it to my life for some reason. Maybe it’s because I always felt like I was a bit broken and needed a good fix. To be honest, I often feel this, but I’ve learned to accept it and deal with the struggle of growing up. My new album THIS MESS WE’RE IN which will be released on July 15th is my truth, my story and my growth that I have experienced since Die Midwestern. I’m beyond proud of this album which is now the second I’ve had to do with my good friend who always seems to get what I’m trying to do Matt Ross-Spang. I hope you take from these 11 songs the heart and spirit that went into creating them.

Buy your tickets here.

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