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DateMar 28, 2019
Doors6:30 p.m.
Price(s)$105, $64, $43, $33
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Gary Allan with special guest Carlton Anderson

Mar 28, 2019 Knoxville Civic Auditorium

Gary Allan

With the allure of a modern-day outlaw, Gary Allan has won over fans, peers and critics with his signature blend of smoldering vocals, rebellious lyrics and raucous live performances. While becoming a force on the country music scene, Allan has remained true to his artistic voice each step of the way. Allan re-signed with Universal Music Group Nashville in 2016, the label home for the entirety of his twenty-year career. He is currently finishing up work for his upcoming EMI Nashville release. His last album, SET YOU FREE, topped the Billboard 200 (Pop Chart), a career first for Allan. The album also made its debut at the top of the Billboard Country Album chart (for the fourth time in a row), and produced his fifth #1 country radio chart topper with “Every Storm Runs Out Of Rain.” The California native released his first album, Used Heart for Sale, in 1996 and since then has released eight additional studio albums selling over 7 million albums, been certified platinum on three back-to-back albums, and been certified gold five times. Allan has five #1 hits at country radio, fourteen Top 10 hits to his credit and amassed over 270 million total streams. He’s described as “dark and dreamy” in Entertainment Weekly, “soulful and rough around the edges” in Playboy and deemed a “maverick” by Rolling Stone. He sells out venues as a headliner from NY to LA, appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Live with Kelly and Michael and Jimmy Kimmel Live. He has also landed on the covers of Country Weekly, Pollstar and People magazine.

Carlton Anderson

The balance between traditional sounds and contemporary themes is evident on Carlton Anderson’s debut single, “Drop Everything,” on Arista Nashville.  Originally from Cypress, Texas, Anderson grew up on sports and the other Texas pastime: music.  His inspiration came from Willie Nelson, George Strait, and a long line of musical mavericks who transcended borders. The family mantra was “go to work, or go to war,” but Anderson, who cut his teeth playing roadhouses and dance halls after graduation, had other aspirations. He moved to Nashville to attend college and follow his dream. With undeniable talent and a work ethic honed on the oil fields of Texas, Anderson quickly found a stage and tip jar in one of the honky tonks on Broadway to pay the bills. He was the first to graduate college in his family, but he learned the ropes through hard work, practice, paying his dues in Texas, and playing for tourists and bachelorette parties in Nashville. He focused on “connecting” with his audience, no matter how distracted or inebriated they were. It wasn’t long before more than tourists were taking notice and he was signed to a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and began writing with some of the most sought-after songwriters in Nashville. He gained a reputation for his steadfast belief in authenticity before trends. “If I’ve lived it, I can sing about it,” he said. “If I haven’t lived it, I’m not a good faker.”

Tickets on-sale: Friday, February 1 at 10:00am

*Note – There is NO Elevator access to the Balcony Level in the Auditorium

All taxes, applicable fees, and service charges will be added on top of above ticket price. Phone Center, and Internet orders are subject to additional fees. Tickets may be purchased at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium-Coliseum Box Office, or through Ticketmaster: Charge by Phone 1(800) 745-3000, through the web site above. Tickets purchased through Ticketmaster are subject to additional Service Charge

Gary Allan

With the allure of a modern-day outlaw, Gary Allan has won over fans, peers and critics with his signature blend of smoldering vocals, rebellious lyrics and raucous live performances. While becoming a force on the country music scene, Allan has remained true to his artistic voice each step of the way. Allan re-signed with Universal Music Group Nashville in 2016, the label home for the entirety of his twenty-year career. He is currently finishing up work for his upcoming EMI Nashville release. His last album, SET YOU FREE, topped the Billboard 200 (Pop Chart), a career first for Allan. The album also made its debut at the top of the Billboard Country Album chart (for the fourth time in a row), and produced his fifth #1 country radio chart topper with “Every Storm Runs Out Of Rain.” The California native released his first album, Used Heart for Sale, in 1996 and since then has released eight additional studio albums selling over 7 million albums, been certified platinum on three back-to-back albums, and been certified gold five times. Allan has five #1 hits at country radio, fourteen Top 10 hits to his credit and amassed over 270 million total streams. He’s described as “dark and dreamy” in Entertainment Weekly, “soulful and rough around the edges” in Playboy and deemed a “maverick” by Rolling Stone. He sells out venues as a headliner from NY to LA, appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Live with Kelly and Michael and Jimmy Kimmel Live. He has also landed on the covers of Country Weekly, Pollstar and People magazine.

Carlton Anderson

The balance between traditional sounds and contemporary themes is evident on Carlton Anderson’s debut single, “Drop Everything,” on Arista Nashville.  Originally from Cypress, Texas, Anderson grew up on sports and the other Texas pastime: music.  His inspiration came from Willie Nelson, George Strait, and a long line of musical mavericks who transcended borders. The family mantra was “go to work, or go to war,” but Anderson, who cut his teeth playing roadhouses and dance halls after graduation, had other aspirations. He moved to Nashville to attend college and follow his dream. With undeniable talent and a work ethic honed on the oil fields of Texas, Anderson quickly found a stage and tip jar in one of the honky tonks on Broadway to pay the bills. He was the first to graduate college in his family, but he learned the ropes through hard work, practice, paying his dues in Texas, and playing for tourists and bachelorette parties in Nashville. He focused on “connecting” with his audience, no matter how distracted or inebriated they were. It wasn’t long before more than tourists were taking notice and he was signed to a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and began writing with some of the most sought-after songwriters in Nashville. He gained a reputation for his steadfast belief in authenticity before trends. “If I’ve lived it, I can sing about it,” he said. “If I haven’t lived it, I’m not a good faker.”

Tickets on-sale: Friday, February 1 at 10:00am

*Note – There is NO Elevator access to the Balcony Level in the Auditorium

All taxes, applicable fees, and service charges will be added on top of above ticket price. Phone Center, and Internet orders are subject to additional fees. Tickets may be purchased at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium-Coliseum Box Office, or through Ticketmaster: Charge by Phone 1(800) 745-3000, through the web site above. Tickets purchased through Ticketmaster are subject to additional Service Charge