Celebrate the 2019 ACL Hall of Fame with host Robert Earl Keen as Shawn Colvin, Buddy Guy and Lyle Lovett are inducted. Guest performers include Jackson Browne, Shemekia Copeland, Jimmie Vaughan, Sarah Jarosz and more.
Thrill to an hour of rock and soul with Cage the Elephant and Tank and The Bangas. Nashville rockers Cage the Elephant blaze through hits and albums from fifth album Social Cues. New Orleans’ jazz/soul mavens Tank and The Bangas groove through songs from second LP Green Balloon.
Savor the experimental rock of singer/songwriter Mitski and indie rockers Rainbow Kitten Surprise. New Yorker Mitski plays songs from her album Be the Cowboy, while North Carolina’s RKS perform cuts from their record How To: Friend, Love, Freefall.
Enjoy sixty minutes of soulful rock & roll with the Raconteurs and Black Pumas. Nashville’s Raconteurs spotlight their album Help Us Stranger, while Austin’s Black Pumas perform tunes from their self-titled debut.
Savor an hour with adventurous singer/songwriters Sharon Van Etten and Lucy Dacus. New Yorker Van Etten performs songs from her acclaimed LP Remind Me Tomorrow, while Virginian Dacus highlights her album Historian.
Savor the best of next-generation country music with Kane Brown and Colter Wall. Chart-topping country star Kane Brown plays hits from his breakout album Experiment. Canadian C&W artist Colter Wall sings folk and Western songs from his acclaimed LP Songs of the Plains.
Enjoy a career-spanning hour with indie rock titansVampire Weekend. The alternative superstars perform new classics from their first album in five years, the chart-topping album Father of the Bride alongside gems from their catalog
Thrill to the best in American roots music with Texas singer/songwriter Patty Griffin and New Orleans rockers The Revivalists. Griffin and her backing duo perform songs from her acclaimed self-titled LP. The Revivalists play tunes from their album Take Good Care.
Savor an hour with Americana star Steve Earle playing the songs of his mentor, Texas songwriter Guy Clark. Accompanied by his band The Dukes, and special guests including Rodney Crowell and Joe Ely, Earle performs classics from his Clark tribute album Guy.