GRAMMY award-winning band Old Crow Medicine Show has announced a special performance called Old Crow Medicine Show’s Hootenanny At The Caverns Amphitheater, taking place on June 25 in Grundy County, TN. This will be the first full capacity show at the venue, which originally opened in the fall of 2020 as a socially-distanced venue in response to COVID-19 with limited capacity. Tickets are on sale to the general public today, Friday, April 1st HERE. Overnight packages with lodging and transportation as well as on-site camping passes are available.
Old Crow Medicine Show are touring this spring/summer in support of their new album Paint This Town, which releases on April 22 via ATO Records. Showcasing the band’s long-standing ability to merge profound introspection with a rapturous string band revival sound, Paint This Town has already garnered coverage from Billboard, Consequence of Sound, Rolling Stone, SPIN and many more. In their March cover story, The East Nashvillian proclaimed, “The band’s playing is at its finest, while Secor’s celebrated voice crackles with a renewed vigor,” while Garden & Gun said, "Paint This Town is an album that explores the rich history of American country and roots music while not shying away from the South’s darker corners. The album is full of stompers and moments of sheer exultation right beside intimate character studies and songs that tackle more topical themes."
Paint This Town was recorded in the band’s own East Nashville-based Hartland Studio and co-produced with Matt Ross-Spang (John Prine, Jason Isbell). The band has shared three singles from the album, including “Honey Chile,” “Bombs Away” and “Paint This Town,” which has been at the top of the Americana Singles Radio Chart for well over a month.