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More FREE music coming to 2nd Saturdays Downtown
FREE RANGE COUNTRY
Free 2nd Saturday Show at Fox Tucson TheatreFox Tucson Theatre & Local Love present Free Range Country, a FREE concert showcasing some of Tucson's favorite local Country artists at the Crown Jewel of Downtown, during 2nd Saturdays Downtown, September 9th from 6:30-10:00 pm. This FREE Event is for all ages!
THE LINEUP: THE COUNTRY LINE In the summer of 2012, five co-workers and friends began a musical journey that has evolved into The County Line. It began as a rock cover band drawing inspiration from bands like Guns N Roses, The Black Crowes, and Alice in Chains. The County Line, previously known as Sacred Conspiracy and The Day on Fire played at local venues. Recently singer/songwriter Mike Loychik took over the vocal duties adding a southern twist to the band. The County Line is Mike Loychik Lead Vocals/Guitar, Mike Miller Vocals/Guitar, Dan Berry Vocals/Bass Guitar, Kyle Robinson Vocals/Drums, Mark Ewings Guitar.
THE JIM HOWELL BAND The Jim Howell Band crafts Americana and Country music scratched from the desert in Tucson, Arizona. The debut album, Silver Clouds, weaves love, loss, regret and hope into stories of struggle and survival. A new six-song EP, La Cienega was released in March 2017. This concise set of songs continues to mine from the emotional and thematic content of the duality of human life, hope against depression, light versus evil, achievement and lowered expectations.
CAIDEN BREWER Tucson native, Caiden Brewer, was born with country music in his blood. After an injury that preempted his athletic scholarships to college, Caiden began to channel his ambition towards writing music, culminating in his debut E.P. "On the Run." A modern incarnation of outlaw country, Caiden's music draws inspiration from his own experiences growing up one step ahead of the law while staying true to his blue collar roots. Caiden draws his influences from a range of country artists, including Eric Church, Blake Shelton; Outlaws Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash; and southern rock pioneers Lynyrd Skynyrd.
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