Nine Bullets reveal Spring Showcase event

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Influential Americana music website Nine Bullets has revealed details of a Spring Showcase event.

To be held at Al’s Bar in Lexington, Kentucky, the show will focus on the wealth of local talent with a sprinkling of national acts.

The impressive array of artists performing at the May 30th event include Caleb Caudle, Tyler Childers, Big Shoals, The Rooster’s Crow and Arlo McKinley & The Lonesome Sound. Additional acoustic sets on the night will come from Josh Nolan, Bryan Minks, Egon Danielson, Geordan Brewer and Eric Bolander.

Says Nine Bullets contributor and Spring Showcase curator Michelle Hanks: “Lexington is full of musical talent that is too often overshadowed by more famous neighboring music cities, and this event showcases what makes the Lexington and Kentucky music scene so exceptional.”

Nine Bullets was founded in Tampa, Florida eight years ago by Bryan Childs of Nine Bullets Radio, and is now run out of Houston, Texas by Senior Contributor Mark Potter. The Nine Bullets Spring Showcase will be the first Nine Bullets event not held in Tampa since the passing of the torch.

The intimate confines of Al’s Bar promise to make the Spring Showcase a very special event. With tickets on sale for just $8 for a whopping ten acts, it’s no doubt advisable to buy in advance.

Tickets for the Nine Bullets Spring Showcase are available from alsbarlexington.com. You can visit the Spring Showcase Facebook event page for all the latest announcements here.

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