By Admin, BuyLocalBG.com, BuyLocalBg@gmail.com/
Wednesday, July 18th, 2012 12:00 PM CST
The Third Show for The Warehouse at Mt. Victor’s Summer Concert Series is this Friday. Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit are from the greatest music city of the south, no…. not Memphis, not Nashville. The great small town of Muscle Shoals Alabama. Almost all of Jason Isbell’s family, except his parents, were musicians, and his father was an avid music listener. After some work as a songwriter, in 2001 Isbell joined the rock band Drive-By Truckers while they toured in support of their album Southern Rock Opera. Isbell recorded and wrote with the Truckers for their next three albums.
On April 5, 2007, Isbell announced that he was no longer a member of Drive-By Truckers. The following day, Patterson Hood confirmed the break on the band’s official site. In his letter to the fans, Hood described the parting of ways as “amicable” and expressed the hope that fans would continue to support Drive-By Truckers as well as Jason’s solo efforts. Well, with his latest project is coming to The Warehouse at Mt. Victor!
Artist scheduled to appear after Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit:
Todd Snider 8/15/12-8:00PM
Chris Knight 8/23/12-8:00PM
Call 270-904-6677or thewarehouseatmtvictor.com
The Warehouse at Mt. Victor also announced a 4 day Americana Music Festival last week. Sept. 20th- The Stray Birds, Sept.21- Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys, Sept. 22nd- Mary Gauthier- Mary texted us Monday & said she would be bring a “Special Band” to The Warehouse(we are exicited), Sept. 23rd- Elizabeth Cook. Special pricing TBA for all shows.