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Keb’ Mo’, Robert Randolph, Tanya Tucker and More to Play AmericanaFest 2019

June 6, 2019

 

The 20th edition of the AmericanaFest will spread its wings across the Music City Sept. 10-15, with scores of artists playing at venues all across Nashville. Following the May 14 announcement of the Americana Honors and Awards nominees, the festival made its first round of lineup announcements Thursday, featuring Nashville resident and Delta blues virtuoso Keb' Mo', sacred steel funkster Robert Randolph, jammy bluegrassers (or bluegrassy jammers) The Travelin' McCourys, and country legend Tanya Tucker (who's been in the studio with Honors and Awards nominee Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings, working on her first new material since 2002).

 

Other acts worth making time for include alt-country faves American Aquarium, local R&B voice Alanna Royale, reigning International Bluegrass Music Association Guitar Player of the Year Molly Tuttle, and Kelsey Waldon, fresh off her new deal with John Prine's Oh Boy Records. Also Corb Lund, the most Canadiana artist to ever play AmericanaFest, or indeed anywhere.

 

As always, the AmericanaFest folks will keep updating the artist roster as the summer wears on (and they've promised more than 175 additional entries). In the meantime, $90 festival wristbands are on sale now. Take a look at the full initial lineup below.

 

AmericanaFest 2019 Initial Artist Lineup
  • Aaron Lee Tasjan

  • Abigail Lapell

  • Adam Chaffins

  • Adam Wakefield

  • Alanna Royale

  • Albi and the Wolves

  • Alice Wallace

  • American Aquarium

  • Amy Ray Band

  • Amythyst Kiah

  • Ana Egge

  • Anna Tivel

  • Anthony da Costa

  • Aubrie Sellers

  • The Ballroom Thieves

  • Billy Strings

  • Bobby Rush

  • Bonnie Bishop

  • Brandy Clark

  • The Bros. Landreth

  • Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis

  • Buddy Miller

  • Caitlin Canty

  • Caroline Spence

  • Charles Wesley Godwin

  • Chatham County Line

  • Chris Shiflett

  • Christopher Paul Stelling

  • Chuck Mead

  • The Commonheart

  • Corb Lund

  • Cruz Contreras

  • Curse Of Lono

  • Danni Nicholls

  • David Garnham & the Reasons to Live

  • Dawn Landes

  • Del Barber

  • Delbert McClinton and Self Made Men + Dana

  • Della Mae

  • The Dip

  • Donna the Buffalo

  • Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors

  • Dylan LeBlanc

  • Early James and the Latest

  • Emily Scott Robinson

  • Erin Rae

  • Falls

  • Front Country

  • Gibson Brothers

  • Glen Phillips

  • Gretchen Peters

  • Hawktail

  • The High Divers

  • J.S. Ondara

  • Jack Ingram

  • The Jacob Jolliff Band

  • Jade Bird

  • Jaimee Harris

  • Jim Lauderdale

  • Joachim Cooder

  • Joana Serrat

  • Joe Pug

  • Jordie Lane

  • Josh Halverson

  • Josh Q and the Trade-Offs

  • Katie Pruitt

  • Keb' Mo'

  • Kelsey Waldon

  • Leslie Stevens

  • Lilly Hiatt

  • Liz Brasher

  • Lizzie No

  • Logan Ledger

  • Lori McKenna

  • Lucette

  • The Maes

  • Malcolm Holcombe

  • The Marcus King Band

  • Mark & Maggie O'Connor

  • Mark Erelli

  • Mary Bragg

  • Maya de Vitry

  • The McCrary Sisters

  • Michaela Anne

  • Mike and the Moonpies

  • Missy Raines

  • Molly Tuttle

  • Noble Jacks

  • Oshima Brothers

  • Paul Cauthen

  • Penny & Sparrow

  • Peter More

  • Quaker City Night Hawks

  • Rainbow Girls

  • Rising Appalachia

  • Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley

  • Robert Francis

  • Robert Randolph

  • Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers

  • Roseanne Reid

  • Rosie Flores

  • Ryan Montbleau

  • Sarah Shook and the Disarmers

  • Sean McConnell

  • Shinyribs

  • Stephen Kellogg

  • The Suitcase Junket

  • Sunny War

  • Tami Neilson

  • Tanya Tucker

  • Thomas Csorba

  • The Travelin' McCourys

  • Waylon Payne

  • Whiskey Wolves of the West

  • Yola

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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