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Nashville upstart Logan Brill appears on Feb-18th!

February 9th, 2016

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Tickets on sale now at www.summitcitylounge.com

A can’t miss evening of music as we celebrate Carnival Recording artist “Logan Brill with Special guest Brooklyn Bentley.

In the year since releasing her debut album ‘Walking Wires’, 25-year-old Logan Brill has already proven herself to be one of the most important young artists in Nashville today. With a stunning voice that goes toe to toe with Nashville’s finest, the young singer opts for grit and authenticity over pristine pop in her song choices, drawing comparisons to Bonnie Raitt, Brandi Carlile, and Mary Chapin Carpenter from national press.

Outlets like Billboard, CMT Edge, Country Weekly, Pollstar, and CMA Close Up Magazine have already shown their support for her refreshingly authentic sound, imbued with a “bluesy American grit” (Southern Living) that sets her apart as “a far cry from the slick pop country of many of her contemporaries” (The Boot). That Nashville Sound dubbed ‘Walking Wires’ one of the “Top 10 Country Albums of 2013.”

It seems that both Americana and country music fans nationwide agree, as Logan has appeared since her release on sold-out bills in markets from Nashville to Chicago to Washington, DC, including acoustic opening spots with artists like Steve Earle, Josh Turner, Jerry Douglas, Leon Russell, Ashley Monroe, Gary Allan, and Todd Snider, as well as with her band at national concert events like Virginia Beach’s Patriotic Festival with The Band Perry and Cincinnati’s first annual Buckle Up Festival with headliners Allison Kraus, Willie Nelson, & David Nail.

In 2014, Logan made her NPR Mountain Stage debut, had a nationally televised appearance on WGN News, and won a large donation for the Colorado Children’s Hospital at KNCI Sacramento’s Golf & Guitars event alongside other tied first place winners Brett Eldredge and Thomas
release on sold-out bills in markets from Nashville to Chicago to Washington, DC, including acoustic opening spots with artists like Steve Earle, Josh Turner, Jerry Douglas, Leon Russell, Ashley Monroe, Gary Allan, and Todd Snider, as well as with her band at national concert events like Virginia Beach’s Patriotic Festival with The Band Perry and Cincinnati’s first annual Buckle Up Festival with headliners Allison Kraus, Willie Nelson, & David Nail.

In 2014, Logan made her NPR Mountain Stage debut, had a nationally televised appearance on WGN News, and won a large donation for the Colorado Children’s Hospital at KNCI Sacramento’s Golf & Guitars event alongside other tied first place winners Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett. She had two songs featured on VH1 Television’s “Couples Therapy” episodes and was invited to join the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Artist Membership Program. She also recorded and a released the single “Wailing Wall” in a partnership with Massachusetts-based charity organization Montachusett Veterans’ Outreach Center, drawing attention to women Veterans’ issues with proceeds of sales benefiting MVOC.

Logan will release her much-anticipated second album in the Spring of 2015, in addition to performing at North Carolina’s famed roots festival, Merlefest, California’s largest Country Music Festival, Stagecoach, making her Grand Ole Opry debut, and touring appearances with icons Merle Haggard and Dwight Yoakam.


Rising singer Curtis Harding makes his Kentucky debut on Feb-23rd.

January 27th, 2016

We are so excited to bring you Curtis Harding on Feb-23rd at 8pm at Summit City. Harding is one of the great new acts that we can bring you in 2016.

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Soul isn’t a feeling, a sound or a movement. It’s a connection, a current in the air — the spark of recognition, emotions leaping across live wires. It’s the way a sinewy bassline steers your hips and eyes to the stranger across the club. It’s how a handful of humble words can give millions the inspiration to overcome. It’s the genius of a simple chorus that can explain the hard truths you couldn’t last time you saw her.

Curtis Harding says that soul music, and his music, speak for themselves. It’s self-evident on the Atlanta artist’s debut, Soul Power. The driving sound of his electrified Stratocaster, the foot-stomping backbeat and the lyrics swimming in reverb — with something this flourishing, it’s almost reductive to just dig around the roots.

Harding’s style was born in Michigan and bred on the road, a restless childhood spent singing gospel alongside an evangelizing mother, then cultivated in Atlanta, where he sang backup for CeeLo Green and befriended the Black Lips (he plays with Cole Alexander in Night Sun).

But, as befits a restless traveler, his music calls one place home, but fits in anywhere. The heartbreaking optimism of “Next Time,” a wry breakup tale mapping out a road the protagonists may never meet upon, the bottom-scraping blues of “Castaway,” or the wistful affection of “Keep on Shining” could easily be Harding’s story, or yours. They’re scenes you didn’t perform in, but know all the lines.

There’s a foundation to the stirring soul Harding has created. “Gospel is inspiring,” says Harding. “From hardship and trials, you make something beautiful. It’s the history of black people in America, what happened to us during slavery, it’s the foundation of blues, R&B, soul, country, rock.” But he’s not just preaching to the choir — Harding’s out there on the road, singing alongside everyone else looking for something real.

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Multi Platinum selling artist Colin Hay to perform on Feb-13th in the Appalshop Theater as part of An evening with Concert Series.

January 14th, 2016

Tickets on sale now for a rare chance to see Grammy Winning/Multi Platinum selling artist Colin Hay to perform on Feb-13th. Tickets on sale now!

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Colin Hay’s performance Last night on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Tickets by phone at 606-434-8648 or by clicking “Buy Tickets” www.summitcitylounge.com

Colin Hay – “Next Year People”
Colin Hay, familiar to millions as front-man, songwriter, and vocalist of pop sensation Men at Work (“Down Under,” “Overkill,” “Who Can it Be Now?”), has released a new solo album on February 17, 2015 entitled Next Year People on Compass Records.

Next Year People is the work of an artist who is a true master of his craft. The album is full of quizzical, curious, and cynical yet open-hearted songs with catchy melodic hooks that underscore deeply insightful lyrics. Some of the songs are based on Colin’s personal experiences such as “Waiting in the Rain,” written about his parents and the almost mystical experience he had growing up in a music shop in Scotland, surrounded by instruments and a constant stream of 50′s and 60′s radio hits.

The album’s title track, “Next Year People,” is a stand out composition – a stark but beautiful homage to the depression-era farmers who kept going by holding on to hope that next year would be better. “They kept doing the same thing and expecting a different result,” explains Colin. “I can relate, although their situation was so much more bleak.”

The album was produced by Hay and mixed by Chad Fischer (Chasing Mavericks, Ice Age 3, Lisa Loeb) and includes contributions from two young Cuban musicians, San Miguel Perez and Yosmel Montejo, both of whom recently emigrated from Havana, as well Larry Goldings on piano, Jeff Babko (Jimmy Kimmel) on B3, and Colin’s wife, vocalist Cecilia Noel.

Over the past 15 years Hay has reinvented himself as a solo artist, regularly selling out theaters and listening rooms across the US and around the world and introducing himself to a new generation of fans in the process. The frequent use of his music in TV and film—including hit shows such as Scrubs (on which he has made several cameo appearances) Army Wives and Modern Family, the hit soundtrack to the film Garden State and the recently released Words and Pictures—has proven the timeless appeal of his songs.

Hay has embarked on a tour supporting the album covering the West Coast of the US through March & April, into Australia through May, and then as part of the “2015 Last Summer on Earth Tour” with Barenaked Ladies and the Violent Femmes throughout June and July.


Congrats to Glenn Hughes on The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame! Few tickets left to see him here in Whitesburg! Click buy tickets!

December 17th, 2015

Congrats to Glenn Hughes on being inducted to The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame with Deep Purple! You can now see Glenn perform in Whitesburg on March-23rd!

You can see newly Rock N Roll Hall of Fame member ” Glenn Hughes of Deep Purple” in Whitesburg,Kentucky on March-23rd at The Appalshop Theatre. Less than 35 tickets remain at www.summitcitylounge.com
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New Show added Multi Platinum bands “Stryper and Lynch Mob” to appear on June-17 as part of An Evening with Concert series! Click Buy Tickets

December 7th, 2015

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Glenn Hughes tickets on sale now! Click buy tickets

November 1st, 2015

Legendary Singer/Bassist Glenn Hughes of Deep Purple/Trapzee/Black Sabbath/Black Country Communion makes his Whitesburg debut on March-23rd 2016 in the amazing Appalshop Theatre in downtown Whitesburg,Kentucky as part of ‘An Evening with Concert Series at Summit City” hosted by Greg Napier.

Do not miss your chance to see a future Rock n Roll Hall of Fame artist in this setting..Tickets will be sold on www.summitcitylounge.com or by phone at 606-434-8648.
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Glenn Hughes is a true
original. No other rock musician has carved such a distinctive style blending the finest elements of hard rock, soul and funk. That astonishing voice is Hughes’ calling card. He’s known as a singer’s singer. Stevie Wonder once called Hughes his favourite white singer.

Hughes, a native of Cannock, England, absorbed all kinds of influences, including early British hard rock, the Beatles and, most importantly, American soul and R&B. The sleek Motown sound from Detroit and the gritty Stax/Volt sound from Memphis left their mark on him.

The first important band Hughes was a member of that achieved notable success was Trapeze. The band’s early ’70s albums included Medusa, Trapeze and You Are The Music… We’re Just The Band.

In 1973, Hughes joined Deep Purple. The trailblazing hard-rock legends had just weathered the departure of vocalist Ian Gillan and bass guitarist Roger Glover, but guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, keyboardist Jon Lord and drummer Ian Paice continued with the addition of Hughes and David Coverdale. Any skepticism was squelched with the 1974 release of Burn which has since been re-released on its 30th anniversary. This stunning album rejuvenated the band and stands tall among Deep Purple classics.

In the halcyon days, Purple headlined at the famous California Jam in 1974 in front of quarter of a million people. World tours via Purple’s own jet plane, “The Starship” and two more studio albums later, (the Hughes influenced Stormbringer and Come Taste the Band), Deep Purple finally split in 1976.

Now living in Los Angeles, Glenn’s first solo album Play Me Out was released in 1977. He joined former Pat Travers guitarist Pat Thrall to form Hughes/Thrall, which released an acclaimed self-titled album in 1982. Throughout the ’80s and ’90s, Hughes made countless guest appearances (both credited and un-credited) as a vocalist, bass guitarist or songwriter on other artists’ albums.

More commercial recognition came when the KLF dubbed Glenn Hughes “The Voice of Rock”, proudly featuring him on their international best selling hit single America- What Time is Love?

Since 1992, Hughes has toured extensively in Europe, Japan and South America in support of solo albums such as Blues, From Now On…, Burning Japan Live, Feel, Addiction, The Way It Is, Return Of Crystal Karma, Building The Machine, Songs In The Key Of Rock and Soul Mover.

One of the most important collaborations in Hughes’ career occurred two decades ago when he began working with Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi on the legendary guitarist’s first solo album. The result, 1986’s vastly underrated Seventh Star, was officially credited as ‘Black Sabbath Featuring Tony Iommi’ to satisfy the record company’s marketing desires. (Technically, this makes Hughes a former member of Black Sabbath too.) Hughes and Iommi remained friends and, in 1996, they began writing songs and recording together again. Those recordings were widely bootlegged, but they were eventually finished and released in 2004 as The 1996 DEP Sessions.

2005 saw the release of two albums that were greeted with commercial and critical success; Fused with Tony Iommi, and another solo album Soul Mover.

Soul Mover saw the continuation of the successful creative partnership with Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith that began with Glenn’s live DVD Soulfully Live in the City of Angels (2004). Soul Mover was voted 12th best album of the year by highly influential magazine CLASSIC ROCK.

Glenn’s next album – Music For The Divine – was a rich tapestry of the soul, funk and rock, which have always influenced his music. Again, featuring Chad Smith on drums, (and fellow Chili Pepper John Frusciante on guitar for an incredible rendition of the perennial classic ‘Nights In White Satin’) it was commercially and critically well received, and the album again made Classic Rock magazine’s top 20 albums of the year.
After his successful Music For The Divine European tour in 2006, 2007 saw Glenn make successful tours of Russia, South America, Italy, Norway and Spain, along with solo dates in London – at the prestigious Shepherds Bush Empire – Bulgaria and Greece.

2007 also saw Glenn headline at festival appearances in France and Norway. Glenn also took part in theRock and Roll Fantasy Camp in New York, which was highly successful and he also appeared as a guest presenter at the Classic Rock Awards in both 2006 and 2007. Another highlight of a diverse and colourful year were the 2 sold out solo shows at the famous Whisky in Los Angeles and BB King’s in New York.

2008 saw Glenn undertake another extensive European tour; including a month long trek across Russia, festival appearances, and his first live shows in Belarus, Estonia and Romania. Another highlight was Glenn’s appearance in London at the Childline Charity concert in March 2008 where he performed a short set of Deep Purple classics with Purple drummer Ian Paice. This was particularly poignant as it was the first time the pair had played together since the Purple days. Ironically, in June 2008, Glenn played in Liverpool, England for the first time in over 30 years; a triumphant and emotional return to the city where Deep Purple Mark IV played their final ever concert before disbanding in 1976.