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Sawyer Brown

  December 8, 2023 8:00 PM

VIP: $60.00
GA: $40.00
TABLE FOR 6: $1,078.50
TABLE FOR 8: $1,438.00

VIP / GA Public Onsale: September 22, 2023 10:00 AM to December 8, 2023 8:00 PM
TABLE FOR 6 / TABLE FOR 8 Public Onsale: September 22, 2023 10:25 AM to December 8, 2023 8:00 PM

National Act shows are 18+. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent to enter. 

Shayne Hill
is the not-so-new “new guy.” Shayne joined the band in June of 2004—after rehearsing with the band once. Once. Yes—he was that good.

Shayne grew up on the road playing music. His family had a band and they toured all across the Western U.S.—with Shayne playing even more instruments than he does today. But no—he will not play fiddle for you. We’ve already asked him.

Once moving to Nashville, Shayne toured with Chely Wright, Avalon, and LeAnn Rimes, just to name a few. He is also an in-demand background singer and guitar player. And since he needs just a little bit more to do, he has his own recording studio—where he can be found whenever one of his kids isn’t crying…and sometimes even when they are.

Joe Smyth never met a percussive instrument he didn’t like—and he can play them all. The band’s original bio stated that Joe played 300 percussive instruments—a number that Hobie made up, but still swears by.

Joe is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music and earned a Master’s Degree in Music from the University of Miami—but he doesn’t rub that in the other guys’ faces. That speaks volumes about him.

Joe is also a respected percussion instructor, doing his part to nurture the next generation of drummers and percussionists.

Gregg “Hobie” Hubbard was born and raised in Apopka, Florida—The Indoor Foliage Capitol of the World. So there.

Mark Miller was born in Ohio, but moved to Florida when he was in eighth grade. Growing up, he played basketball, went to the beach, worked at Walt Disney World, and went to school—pretty much in that order. He was on the basketball team at the University of Central Florida when he started writing songs, finally deciding to move to Nashville to focus on singing and songwriting. The move worked out okay.

Mark has written many of Sawyer Brown’s hits, including “Step That Step,” “The Walk,” “Thank God for You,” “The Boys and Me,” as well as the band’s anthem: “Some Girls Do.”

Mark discovered the band Casting Crowns and has produced all of the band’s CDs, winning a Grammy for his work with them along the way. In April 2013, “Ring the Bell,” a movie that Mark wrote and produced, was released—and he has more movies in the pre-production stage. He doesn’t sleep much. 

Direct Support: 4 LOW
4 LOW is a modern country band with classic roots! The band has lots of history touring around the US playing big stages with the best in the business! Award winning songwriting and the Nashville stamp of approval, 4 Low aims to bring the party every time!!

Opening Act: Bronson Hetzer
Bronson is the lead singer of the new southern rock/country band exploding onto the scene, The Filthy Heathens. After a 10 year stint in nashville where he was signed with Ten Ten music publishing, he moved back to Ohio and started putting the band together! The Filthy Heathens are currently in the studio recording their debut album that will be released early 2024. Bronson’s recent success’s include co-writing “Wrap you up in love”, which was recorded by 2022 Texas male artist of the year Nominee, Darrin Morris. Wrap you up in love would go on to reach #1 on both Texas country radio charts! 

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