Lainey Wilson @ Red Rocks

Whew, has Lainey Wilson really popped off this last year. And to top it off, playing Red Rocks for the first time (I believe) and SELLING THAT BISH OUT. Many congrats to her for all her successes. Joining her for the show was Flatland Cavalry and Jake Worthington + taking place on September 26, 2023.

Jake Worthington

For La Porte, Texas native Jake Worthington, traditional country music has been ingrained in his DNA since childhood. He was raised on his grandfather’s porch performances of Ray Price, Merle Haggard, and George Jones. This inspired him to pick up his own Gibson acoustic & realize the breadth of his soon-to-be-classic, wide, & wild voice. Now, Worthington breathes fresh life to dance halls, beer joints, and ballrooms. This all from Texas to Tennessee with his just released 13-song, self-penned debut album, Jake Worthington.

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Flatland Cavalry

Flatland Cavalry is a country and Americana band from Lubbock, Texas. The band’s original members were vocalist Cleto Cordero, drummer Jason Albers, bassist Jonathan Saenz, guitarist Reid Dillon, and violinist Laura Jane. Jane departed the band in July 2018 and in came Wesley Hall as her replacement. The most recent addition to the band is Adam Gallegos on utility.

Flatland Cavalry formed in 2012 by Cordero & Albers, who were college roommates in Midland and performed together. They then moved to Lubbock, where the rest of the members came together by 2014. In May 2015, they started a crowd-funding campaign, used to finance the production of their debut EP, Come May. On April 1, 2016, their first full-length album released, Humble Folks, with positive reviews and comparisons to the Turnpike Troubadours.  Humble Folks peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Americana/Folk albums chart and number 38 on the Top Country Albums chart. The band’s second studio album, Homeland Insecurity, released on January 18, 2019.

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Lainey Wilson

Multi-award-winning singer songwriter and actress, Lainey Wilson has earned the enthusiasm in the music industry. As the leading female nominee and winner at the 2023 ACM awards with, Female Vocalist of the Year, Album of The Year, Visual Media and Musical Event of the Year the reigning CMA 2022 Female Vocalist and New Artist of the Year has proved to be quite the “artist to watch.”

Beginning her journey to stardom 12 years ago in a camper trailer, after leaving her small-town farming community in Baskin, Louisiana, Wilson has redefined the genre and amplified the Country music scene as we know it. Wilson blends the traditional Country sound with a modern retro flare, with a signature Bell Bottom Country style. Subsequently, she was crowned the most nominated artist at the 2023 CMT Music Awards and bestowed the Billboard Women in Music’s “Rulebreaker” award. 

Making her acting debut in Season 5 of Paramount’s revered hit series “Yellowstone”, Wilson played a musician character named Abby, where she premiered her original song “Smell Like Smoke” as well as showcasing other hits off her recent album including “Watermelon Moonshine” and “Hold My Halo.”

With a rockstar stage presence, Wilson’s artistry has taken her across the globe, performing in front of sold-out crowds throughout the US, UK, and Germany. Captivating audiences around the world, 2023 has supported her spectacular rise to stardom with sold-out shows across the board drawing in the masses with career milestone sets during highly coveted music festivals, Stagecoach, Lollapalooza, and Watershed. Her “Rulebreaker” year also kicked off her first-ever sold-out headlining tour, lent support for Luke Combs on his stadium tour, and brought Wilson her first ever sold-out headlining arena performance. Later this fall, she will join HARDY on “the mockingbird and THE CROW” tour.

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