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Disney Junior Dance Party On Tour! Friday, March 23, 2018 6:00 pm Tickets: $52, $42, $35 Tickets
Here Come the Mummies Saturday, March 31, 2018 8:00 pm Tickets: $37, $32, $27, $17 Here Come the Mummies is an eight-piece funk-rock band of 5000 year-old Egyptian Mummies with a one-track mind. Their "Terrifying Funk from Beyond the Grave" is sure to get you into them. Since their discovery, HCTM has opened for P-Funk, Al Green, and Cheap Trick; rocked Super Bowl Village; become a regular on The Bob and Tom Show; played massive festivals like Summer Camp, Common Ground, Voodoo Fest, Musikfest, Summerfest, and Riverbend; and sold tickets by the thousands across large swaths of North America. Maybe that’s why the ladies (and some dudes) can’t stop losing their minds over these mayhem-inducing mavens of mirth. Some say they were cursed after deflowering a great Pharaoh’s daughter. Others claim they are reincarnated Grammy-Winning studio musicians. Regardless, HCTM’s mysterious personas, cunning song-craft, and unrelenting live show will bend your brain, and melt your face. Tickets
Rodney Carrington Saturday April 7, 2018 7:00 pm Tickets: $191.75, $41.75 Tickets
Black Jacket Symphony presents Guns and Roses Friday, April 13, 2018 8:00 pm Tickets: $30, $25 Tickets
Shen Yun 2018 Tuesday, April 17, 2018 7:30 pm Tickets: $153, $123, $103, $93, $83 5,000 YEARS OF CIVILIZATION REBORN.
SHEN YUN’S unique artistic vision expands theatrical experience into a multi-dimensional, inspiring journey through one of humanity’s greatest treasures—the five millennia of traditional Chinese culture.

Featuring one of the world’s oldest art forms—classical Chinese dance—along with patented scenographical effects and all-original orchestral works, Shen Yun opens a portal to a civilization of enchanting beauty and enlightening wisdom.

"Absolutely the N0. 1 SHOW in the world!"
- Kenn Wells, legendary lead dancer of the English National Ballet

"The greatest of the great! A MUST SEE!"
- Christine Walevska, world-renowned musician

"This is the highest and the best of what humans can produce."
- Olevia Brown-Klahn, singer and musician
Charlie Robison with Special Guest Davis Nix Wednesday, April 18, 2018 7:30 pm Tickets: $27, $22, $17 Tickets
3Faces of the King Saturday, April 21, 2018 7:30 pm Tickets: $67, $52, $42, $37, $27 3 Faces of the King follows the most significant entertainer of all time through his most important musical eras.

The show opens in the early years of Elvis doing Rockabilly with the moves that scared the conservative nation. He jumped, wiggled and danced all over the stage…The nation could not believe what they saw. When he was on Ed Sullivan, they would only show him from the waist up as a conservative nation thought the moves to be risqué. The young people did not agree and Elvis Presley started a whole new genre of music

Elvis wanted to make movies. He talked the colonel, his manager into getting him movies. Except for a very few films, Elvis was not happy with the movies he was given..He wanted some serious films, but all the studio wanted to do is sell tickets, and having Elvis singing would do just that. However, after finishing one of his better films, King Creole, he was drafted into the United States Army. Elvis missed the excitement of live shows and was worried as to how people would still like his singing career.

The second phase of the show has Elvis, now a little older, taking a chance to do a television special originally called the Singer Special(singer sewing machines sponsored) and became known as the comeback special…It proved that Elvis had not lost it and the public still loved him. Elvis was back.

Following this, we move into the Vegas Years..It was the end of the 60’s and Elvis proved that he still had it in him..We create the excitement of the years in Las Vegas at the International Hotel.

The show is proud to welcome the AMBASSADOR BAND and the TCB HORNS along with the SWEET INSPIRATIONS and members of the STAMPS QUARTET.
Veterans of Comedy Bruce Bruce
Nephew Tommy
Jeremiah JJ Williamson
Saturday April 28, 2018 8:00 pm Tickets: $89.50, $72.50, $68.50, $59.50 Davis Entertainment & Gentlemen Jack presents Veterans of Comedy Saturday April 28th (8:00 pm) at the Montgomery Performance Art Centre featuring some of legends of comedy Nephew Tommy from the Steve Harvey Morning Show, Straight out of Mississippi Comedian JJ and ATL Boss Bruce Bruce. Tickets
Jason Isbell and
The 400 Unit with Special Guest Richard Thompson
Sunday, May 6 8:00 pm Tickets: $58, $43.50, $30.50 Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit’s new album, The Nashville Sound, is a beautiful piece of American music-making, but watch yourself: it will light a fire under your ass. "You’re still breathing, it’s not too late," Jason sings.

This album is a call, and the songs on it send sparks flying into a culture that’s already running so hot the needle on the temperature gauge is bouncing erratically in the red. And while it’s understandable that, in this moment, some people want their radio to help them drift away, this finely calibrated set of ten songs is aimed right between the clear eyes of people who prefer to stay present and awake. It’s a call to those who won't cower no matter how erratically the world turns, and who aren’t afraid of what looks back when they look in the mirror. Bruce Springsteen did that. Neil Young did that. Jason Isbell does that. There are songs on this album that cut to the chase. "Last year was a son of a bitch for nearly everyone we know," Isbell sings on the album’s first single, "Hope the High Road." "But I ain’t fighting with you down in the ditch. I’ll meet you up here on the road." As singular as that lyric is, there’s nothing coy or obtuse about it. Meanwhile, other songs here take a subtler tack.

Check out track three, "Tupelo." It plays like a warm ode to Northeast Mississippi—on the first few listens, it sure sounds like a loving tribute—but on the fourth you realize that the town the protagonist is extolling is actually a blazing hellhole. Perfect—as a hideout, anyway. "You get about a week of spring and the summer is blistering," Isbell sings. "There ain’t no one from here who will follow me there." It’s the kind of twist that compels the fifth listen—and the fiftieth. As with Isbell’s 2013 breakthrough, Southeastern, and his double-Grammy-winning follow up, 2015’s Something More Than Free, The Nashville Sound was produced by Dave Cobb. Isbell says that he and Cobb created a simple litmus test for the decisions they made in the two weeks they spent at RCA Studios (which was known as "The home of the Nashville Sound" back in the ’60’s and ’70s): they only made sonic moves that their heroes from back in the day could’ve made, but simply never did. It’s a shrewd approach—an honest way to keep the wiz-bang of modern recording technology at arms length, while also leaving the old bag of retro rock ’n’ roll tricks un-rummaged. Lyrically, The Nashville Sound is timely. Musically, it is timeless.

It’s also worth noting that this album isn’t credited to Isbell alone. For the first time since 2011’s Here We Rest, Isbell’s band, the 400 Unit, gets title billing. "Even when I was writing, I could always hear the band’s stamp on the finished product," Jason says. "These songs needed more collaboration on the arrangements to make them work, and I felt like the band deserved it after the way they played." Given Cobb’s strict insistence on cutting songs live with no demos or rehearsals, you can easily imagine how the brilliantly raw performances on the record will translate to the stage when the band takes these new songs out on the road. And boy, there’s nothing like a 400 Unit show. Not just because the band smokes, but also because Isbell’s fans are among music’s most ardent. They listen to these songs for months and months on their own, and that momentum rolls them right up to the doors at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, or the Beacon Theatre in New York or the Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta. And when the band kicks in, they are ecstatic. It’s a rock ’n’ roll show that feels like fellowship. Which begs a question: Why do Jason’s songs strike us so deeply? What makes this music of the soul? The answer has to do with Jason’s authenticity, his intellect, his rootedness in both tradition (see: the childhood in Green Hill, Alabama, near Muscle Shoals, where he grew up picking and singing in the style he remembers here on "Something To Love") as well as modernity (see: Jason singing about anxiety, or his complicated relationship to his iPhone). Simply put, Jason has a gift for taking big, messy human experiences and compressing them into badass little combustible packages made of rhythm, melody and madly efficient language. The songs are full of little hooks—it could be guitar line that catches one listener, or a quick lyric that strikes to the heart of another—and an act of transference takes place. The stories Jason tells become our own. The music is coming not from Jason and the band, but from within us. As you listen to this record, you will hear many themes: humor, heartache, wisdom, beauty, hope. But chief among them, strangely, is leadership. If Southeastern (2013) was the Getting Sober record (Jason has been searingly honest in both songs and interviews about the time he spent in rehab), and Something More Than Free (2015) was the New Clarity record, maybe this one, The Nashville Sound, is the Way Forward.

And who better to lead us forward than Jason Isbell? Jason is a relentless and fearless selfinterrogator. (The first line of "Cumberland Gap"—"There’s an answer here if I look hard enough"—will be familiar to those who know him.) And this album is a challenge, a gauntlet in song: Let’s claim ownership of our biases ("White Man’s World"). Let’s embrace and celebrate the uncomfortable idea that the force that activates both life and love is death (the instantclassic "If We Were Vampires"). Let’s consciously choose light over darkness ("Hope the High Road"). And for God’s sake, if you are feeling anxious, alone, disenfranchised, depressed, mad as hell, or scared as shit, find something that gasses you up and work at it ("Something to Love"). Jason, it seems, after years grinding the rail that separates terra firma from the brink, has put in the sweat equity it takes to hug it out with his demons and fill his life with meaning, bright and clean. If that sounds good to you, this album lights the path.
Three Dog Night Friday, May 11 8:00 pm Tickets: $92, $62, $47, $37 Legendary music icons, THREE DOG NIGHT, are celebrating nearly 5 decades of hits! Their songs wind through the fabric of pop culture today, whether on the radio where they are heard day in and day out, in TV commercials or in major motion pictures — songs like "Mama Told Me (Not To Come)", "Joy to the World", "Black and White", "Shambala" and "One" serve to heighten our emotions and crystallize THREE DOG NIGHT’s continuing popularity.

Boasting chart and sales records that are virtually unmatched in popular music, THREE DOG NIGHT had 21 consecutive Top 40 hits, including 3 #1 singles, 11 Top 10’s, 18 straight Top 20’s, 7 million-selling singles and 12 straight RIAA Certified Gold LPs. Tens of millions of THREE DOG NIGHT records have been sold through the years. Since 1986, they have performed over 2,200 shows including two Super Bowls.
Delbert McClinton with special guest King Bee Saturday, May 12, 2018 8:00 pm Tickets: $37, $32, $27, $23 There are two kinds of people in the world: those who love Delbert McClinton and those who haven’t heard him yet. Delbert is always working on that second group.The multi-Grammy Award winning artist is at the top of his game with his 19th studio album, Prick Of The Litter (Hot Shot Records/Thirty Tigers). The new offering captures the balance of soulful energy and restraint that the legendary performer has been delivering in his live performances for decades all over the world. On Prick of the Litter, Delbert incorporates a variety of styles, and as always, just enough to keep him comfortably outside the traditional marketing categories. Tickets
Clint Black Friday, June 1, 2018 8:00 pm Tickets: $67, $57, $42, $27, $17 It is one of the most storied careers in modern music. Clint Black surged to superstardom as part of the fabled Class of '89, reaching #1 with five consecutive singles from his triple-platinum debut, Killin' Time. He followed that with the triple-platinum Put Yourself in My Shoes, and then a string of platinum and gold albums throughout the '90s. Perhaps most impressively, Clint wrote or co-wrote every one of his more than three dozen chart hits, including "A Better Man," "Where Are You Now," "When My Ship Comes In," "A Good Run of Bad Luck," "Summer's Comin'," "Like the Rain"and "Nothin' But the Taillights,"part of a catalog that produced 22 #1 singles and made him one of the most successful singer/songwriters of the modern era. Along the way, Clint has sold over 20 million records, earned more than a dozen gold and platinum awards in the U.S. and Canada, landed nearly two dozen major awards and nominations, including more than a dozen GRAMMY nominations, and earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Tickets
Eddie B.Teachers Only Comedy Tour Saturday, June 2, 2018 8:00 pm Tickets: $65, $45, $35, $25 Tickets
Happy Together Tour 2018 The Turtles featuring Flo and Eddie
Chuck Negron formerly of Three Dog Night
Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
The Association
Mark Lindsay former Lead Singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders
The Cowsills
Saturday, June 9, 2018 7:30 pm Tickets: $85, $75, $55, $45, $35 Music fans have been enjoying the hits of the sixties and seventies since the Summer of Love and beyond. They get to relive those moments on the renowned Happy Together Tour 2018, which is going on its 9th consecutive year. This summer, the Happy Together Tour returns with six headline artists who delivered the biggest hits of the era: The Turtles, Chuck Negron, formerly of Three Dog Night, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, The Association, Mark Lindsay, former Lead Singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders and The Cowsills.

The Turtles continue to be the signature headliners of the Happy Together Tour. As always, founding member and singer Mark Volman will bring his infamous antics to the stage, however, for medical reasons, this summer the voice of The Archies, Ron Dante will stand in for singer Howard Kaylan. Dante’s youthful sound is best known on hits such as "Sugar, Sugar" and "Jingle Jangle," which makes him the perfect understudy for the The Turtles’ chart stoppers.

The Turtles have sold over 40 million records worldwide. Their hits include: "Happy Together" "She’d Rather Be With Me," "Elenore," "It Ain’t Me Babe", "You Showed Me" and many more.

Chuck Negron, formerly of Three Dog Night, is back on the Happy Together Tour due to popular demand! He brings Three Dog Night’s biggest hits to the stage, including "Joy To The World," "Mama Told Me Not To Come," "Shambala," "One", "Easy To Be Hard" among others.

Gary Puckett & The Union Gap is thrilled to be on the Happy Together Tour again. Gary’s trademark voice will be belting out his hits one more time. Fans will affectionately remember "Young Girl," "Over You" "Woman, Woman", "This Girl Is A Woman Now", "Lady Willpower", "Don’t Give In To Him" and more.

The Association is one of the most popular and successful bands to have come out of the sixties. They have sold millions of records, and have seven Grammy Award nominations. They are best known from their number one hits, "Never My Love," "Windy", "Cherish," as well as "Along Comes Mary" and "Everything That Touches You"

Mark Lindsay, former lead singer of Paul Revere and the Raiders made his mark with "Kicks," "Hungry," "Him Or Me (What’s It Gonna Be?)," "Steppin’ Out," "Good Thing," "Indian Reservation," "Arizona" and many others. Mark Lindsay was the co-founder and lead singer of this seminal act from its inception in 1963 through 1975. His voice is heard on all of the Raiders’ 16 Top 20 Hits.

The Cowsills have been dazzling crowds the last three years on the Happy Together Tour with their effervescent brand of contagious pop magic. Bob, Paul and Susan Cowsill are a family singing group and the original inspiration for television’s, The Partridge Family. Best known for songs "The Rain, The Park and Other Things," "Hair," "Indian Lake" and "Love American Style." The Cowsills appeared on numerous TV shows including The Ed Sullivan Show and The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. The Happy Together Tour began in 1984 with mainstays The Turtles. It started up again in 2010 with 2018 being its 9th consecutive year. The overwhelming response and love for the music has endured and The Happy Together Tour 2018 brings that magic back to fans, night after night!
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