Thursday, June 04, 2009

Shooter in the City

If outlawish country/Southern rock is you're thing, then I'm sure you already know Shooter Jennings is playing Sundown tonight. I presume everyone is acquainted with Shooter? If not, just know that he's the only son of Mr. Outlaw himself, Waylon Jennings, and Jessi Colter. He lived his early days on their tour bus and portrayed his father in the Johnny Cash biopic, 'Walk the Line.'

It's not exactly going to be Sundown as you know it tonight, thanks to the impending thunderstorms this evening. The powers that be at AC Entertainment have relocated Shooter and his opening act, 1220, to the Tennessee Theatre. The show is still free. It's a first-come, first-serve thing, so if you're really banking on seeing Shooter tonight you might want to go a little early. Doors open at 6 p.m. Attendance capped at about 1,600. I don't know what they're doing about beer sales.

Having watched the masses flee in the middle of the Gavin Rossdale show a few weeks back, I'd recommend everyone thank AC for the pre-emptive decision to move.

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