Nashville-based indie band COIN has been brewing up quite some excitement since their formation in 2012. Straight out of the classroom at Nashville’s Belmont University, Chase Lawrence and Joe Memmel began writing together and the rest was history. This summer, the band’s single titled “How Will You Know if You Never Try” from their latest album has been dubbed one of the country’s best songs of the summer. With a youthful combination of guitar and contagious beachy-vibes, COIN is a must-see at The Orange Peel this November!
One of the hottest tickets on the Red Dirt circuit, The Infamous Stringdusters are hitting the road and headed for Chattanooga this December. The gritty, country-leaning band isn’t afraid to get down to their Oklahoma roots with an outlaw-style mixture of bluegrass, cajun, and classic rock. The critically-acclaimed band’s independence and defiant attitude revitalizes classic songs of love and heartbreak. If you’re a die-hard country fan you’d be a fool to pass this one up! Catch The Infamous Stringdusters at the Revelry Room December 14!
These shows and all of the below are on sale now!
Turnpike Troubadors– Minglewood Hall- Memphis, TN- Wednesday, August 23
Chris Blue– Tennessee Theatre-Knoxville, TN- Thursday, September 7
Trevor Noah– North Charleston PAC- North Charleston, SC- Friday, September 22
Big Church Night Out: Newsboys, Sidewalk Prophets, Blanca, 7eventh Time Down & More– Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium- Chattanooga, TN- Friday, September 22, 2017
Trevor Noah– Thomas Wolfe Auditorium- Asheville, NC- Saturday, September 23
J-Roddy Walston and The Business– Bijou Theatre- Knoxville, TN- Sunday, October 15
Noah Gunderson– Revelry Room- Chattanooga, TN- Friday, October 27
COIN– The Orange Peel- Asheville, NC- Friday, November 3
Cults– Exit/In- Nashville, TN- Thursday, November 16
Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox– Minglewood Hall- Memphis, TN- Tuesday, November 28
The Infamous Stringdusters– Revelry Room- Chattanooga, TN- Thursday, December 14