Concerts at the Plaza
A Hometown Acoustic Evening with
and special guests
Shane Minor, Jonathan Singleton and Ray Fulcher
November 23 @ 8:00 PM
All Seats $20.00
Kenton Bryant is one of the next generation of rising country talent in Nashville. His musical journey started taking root in his hometown of Glasgow Kentucky where his musical roots were planted deep in the sounds of legends like Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen and The Eagles. As time rolled on, his love of artists who could deliver raw emotions with a classic edge grew, and so did the list of his musical influences.
Kenton's special guests will include Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Jonathan Singleton, country artist/songwriter Shane Minor and country artist/songwriter Ray Fulcher - these three gentlemen have co-written three songs on Kenton's new self titled EP Kenton Bryant and songs for country music artists: Watching Airplanes - Gary Allan, Diamond Rings and Old Barstools - Tim McGraw, Don't - Billy Currington, Red Light and Let It Rain - David Nail, A Guy Walks Into a Bar - Tyler Farr, Why Don't We Just Dance - Josh Turner, Chillin It - Cole Swindell, Close Your Eyes - Parmalee, International Harvester - Craig Morgan and Beautiful Mess - Diamond Rio
Christmas Songs & Stories with
December 15 @ 7:30PM
Tickets $40 Main - $30 Balcony
John Berry visits the Historic Plaza Theatre for the first time with his crowd-pleasing Christmas concert, Christmas Songs and Stories with John Berry, on Saturday December 15th. Singer-songwriter, John Berry, rose to stardom on the country charts of the 1990’s with such mega hits as 'Your Love Amazes Me,' 'Standing on the Edge of Goodbye,' and 'She’s Taken a Shine.' His annual Christmas tours brighten the holidays for thousands as does his electrifying rendition of 'O’ Holy Night.' Don't miss what will be the 'Event of the Year'!
Black Stone Cherry
December 21 @ 8:00PM
December 22 @ 8:00PM - SOLD OUT!
All Seats $25.00
Black Stone Cherry return to the Plaza Theatre for a hometown show on Saturday, Dec. 22nd!! Portion of proceeds go to benefit BRAWA- Barren River Animal Welfare Association and The Center for Courageous Kids!
Family comes first—you can never forget who was there with you from the start. The Edmonton, Kentucky-based rock n’ roll quartet Black Stone Cherry was raised on musical forefathers such as Cream, Led Zeppelin, Muddy Waters, and the Faces, among other 1970s staples, and, now, with its sixth album, Family Tree, BSC salutes its classic rock heritage and honors its legacy with a beast of a Southern rock n’ roll album.
New Year’s Eve at the Plaza Theatre
Kentucky Headhunters and The Artimus Pyle Band
with special guest The Georgia Thunderbolts
December 31, 2018 @ 8:00PM
All Seats $35.00
The Kentucky Headhunters, an American country rock and Southern rock band, who have released eight studio albums, three compilations, and twenty-three singles, of which the highest-peaking is a cover of the Don Gibson song “Oh Lonesome Me”. In addition, the band has won three CMA awards, an Academy of Country Music award and a Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Due or Group with Vocal in 1990 for Pickin' on Nashville.
The Artimus Pyle Band - Honoring the Music of Ronnie Van Zant’s Lynyrd Skynyrd. The Artimus Pyle Band is a high energy, true to the music, and true to the era rock group. One of the few that is on the road today. Artimus Pyle, Brad Durden, Jerry Lyda, Dave Fowler, and Scott Raines are not only a group of friends and contemporaries but a group with some of the most seasoned musician in the southeast. APB delivers hit after hit after hit, night after night after night. From Freebird to Sweet Home Alabama, APB gives fans the best of Skynyrd with one of men who made it!
The Georgia Thunderbolts is a hard driving southern rock band based out of Rome, GA. A modern sound with hints of rock, soul, country and blues.sound and persona travels many roads. Influenced by Southern Rock, English Rock, Heavy Metal, Blues, Jazz, R & B, Soul and country intermingled with modern rock styles and sensibilities create a one of a kind band and bring to mind the meaning of REAL.
An Evening with
Dailey & Vincent
January 12, 2019 @ 7:30PM
Grand Ole Opry Members, Five-time GRAMMY® award winners individually, three-time GRAMMY® award nominees collectively, four-time DOVE Award winners, and winners of 35 IBMA Awards altogether (including 3-time IBMA Entertainer of the Year Award winners and 3-Time Vocal Group of the Year Award winners), Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent, backed by one of the best bands on tour today, are some of the most reputable and elite entertainers in American music; bluegrass, traditional country and gospel music. The concoction of the fantastically instinctive vocal blends of Dailey’s tenor and Vincent’s reedy harmonies has gained them well-deserved praise for their own distinctive style and worldwide recognition as American Music gold. Dailey & Vincent has garnered world-wide attention with their first national, top-rated television series, “The Dailey & Vincent Show,” on RFD TV and over 500 airings of their PBS special 'Dailey & Vincent ALIVE – In Concert.'
4th Annual Elvis Birthday Party
Memories of Elvis
with Patrick Johnson, Sylvain Leduc & Matthew Boyce
January 19, 2019 @ 7:30PM
Tickets $20 Advance ~ $25 at Door
Three Award Winning Elvis Tribute Artists on stage at the Plaza Theatre to bring you everything Elvis - from the Rock ’n Roll beginning with Matthew Boyce, to Aloha from Hawaii with Sylvain Leduc, and the Vegas concert years with Patrick Johnson
An Evening with
February 9, 2019 @ 7:30PM
Tickets $50 Main Floor ~ $35 Balcony
On Sale Tues Oct 30 @ 10AM CT
Six Grammy Awards, forty #1 country hits and member of the Country Music Hall Ronnie Milsap had been living music almost from the start. Born in Robbinsville, North Carolina, at the edge of the Smoky Mountains, he was enveloped in his early years by country - the region was crucial to such history-makers as Jimmie Rodgers, Chet Atkins and Dolly Parton. Even as he mastered Beethoven and Mozart, his heart belonged to hardcore country and rhythm-and-blues -- music he heard beamed from powerful radio stations located in Nashville. Those earthy sounds about life and love provided a young, impoverished blind boy with a connection to a world beyond the harsh reality of his daily existence.