Where Rock Ain't Dead, the Blues Live On, and Country Music will have you moving your feet!
Key Palace Theater 2019
Blues & Country Artists
Listen to the Blues & Country Artists
at the Key Palace Theater in 2019
November 16, 2019
Amanda Fish began as a singer songwriter in late 2012, refining her original material as a solo act for 2 years before she formed her band in early 2014, a Roots Rock and Soul project featuring Amanda's signature gritty lyrics belted out with her 'from-the-gut' vocals.
The Why Store is lead by Chris Shaffer an intense, emotional songwriter with a repertoire of 150+ original songs. Add to that another 30 covers, and what you get on stage is a unique experience every night. He does not prepare a set list before his three-hour-long performances and instead draws randomly from his entire arsenal of songs.
This all-star cast is bringing the ultimate AC/DC tribute show to new heights with the most accurate recreation of the AC/DC music and stage show; second to none!
The "DIRTY DEEDS" concert experience is truly extreme; featuring “two” high energy shows complete with exciting stage props and non stop action! The first show is a dedication to the Bon Scott era and the second show is a tribute to the Brian Johnson era!
Complete with snake skin boots and the feather in the hat, NHB brings blues to a whole new level. They have played all over the midwest, spreading their music to every bar, festival, theater, and arena that invites them in. With a show that wows, songs that rock, and looks to kill, the band always brings their A-game, wherever they go, seeking to achieve national presence as a trio that never fails to impress.
He is a showman dressed to the nines, with a teasing smile, quick wit and taste for blue humor. Stacy Mitchhart admits, “ I don’t want to be considered just a blues artist, but as an artist that is blues-based. I do my own stuff – jazz, Latin, rock – all influenced by R&B and gospel. I’ve evolved into much more than just a straight blues artist.”
1988 performs the danceable and head banging "big hair" hits of the 80's. While other groups have chosen to present themselves in a clown-like fashion, 1988 has stayed true to its 80's roots by paying respectful tribute to bands like Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Poison, Motley Crue, Guns-N-Roses, and even Journey. 1988 recreates a show one might have seen on Hollywood's Sunset Strip at the height of the 80's Metal era.
Anthony Gomes, #1 Billboard Blues Artist, is a triple threat force as a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. This, along with his high-energy shows and dynamic stage presence, make him one of the top draws on the Rock/Blues circuit today.
Gomes’ new record Peace, Love & Loud Guitars, named Best Blues Album of 2018 by Blues Rock Review and SoundGuardian Magazine, is the culmination of a life spent honoring Blues traditions while never losing sight of his own identity.