SHENANDOAH, AND THE BLACK JACKET SYMPHONY
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – APA Nashville continues to expand its roster with the signing of Josh Martin, Josh Thompson, Shenandoah and The Black Jacket Symphony, it was announced today by Steve Lassiter, Partner and Head of Concerts for APA Nashville.
Josh Martin’s soulful voice, accomplished
songwriting talent, and electric guitar, mandolin, and banjo skills
resonate as deep as his Kentucky roots. His first single with Sony/ATV
“How’d you Know” is currently available online. For more information,
Josh Thompson recently co-wrote the title track of Tim McGraw’s album, Damn Country Music
as well as Jason Aldean’s “Any Ol’ Barstool.” While he has an
undeniable talent for writing hit songs, it’s his turn to show off his
skills as an artist with his first solo album, Change: The Lost Record. For more information, visit joshthompsonofficial.com.
GRAMMY®, CMA, and ACM Award winning band, Shenandoah,
continues their legacy as original members Raybon and Mike McGuire
reunite to launch a new chapter in the band’s storied career. Shenandoah
has cut nine studio albums which produced twenty-six Billboard charting
singles, but their legacy isn’t over. The band continues to work on new
material for their upcoming tour. Tour dates and more information can
be found at shenandoahband.com.
The Black Jacket Symphony is back on the road after a
brief intermission. A group of hand-picked musicians perform a selected
album in its entirety, offering a unique concert experience. The
performances are known for their state of the art lighting and video
production. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit blackjacketsymphony.com.