Eric Dodd Band with special guests Josh Brannon Band & Jordan Rowe
Eric Dodd
Josh Brannon Band
Jordan Rowe
Apr 19, 2018 at 7:30 PM
Doors open 6:00 PM
Ticket sales ended Apr 20, 2018 2:30 AM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
- All Ages Show -
Music : Genre: Alt. Country,Americana,Country,Singer/Songwriter,Southern Rock
Eric Dodd | 9:30 PM
"When I write, I try to envision my live show and how the songs will translate to my fans. Personally, I'm in a really good place right now, and I am sure my new material reflects that. I am so excited to get these tunes out to everyone soon."

Eric Dodd, MV2 Entertainment singer- songwriter, CMT Discovery Artist, and Greensboro, Georgia native took his time moving to Nashville. He wanted to learn the road first by playing shows wherever there were people willing to listen. He wanted to know how it felt to travel and sleep in a van with a band and give it all to the the music. For his first four years full-time in the music business, Dodd played over 500 shows by making his rounds on the SEC college circuit and around Georgia all while honing his songwriting skills. Between 2011 and 2014, he released four albums independently to his loyal, grassroots following, and the word kept spreading and still is. “It’s like a muscle, you have to keep working it. Whether it's writing songs or playing shows, it's all about getting to the people and keeping in touch with them."

Growing up a talented golfer, Dodd earned a golf scholarship to Georgia College and State University. Although golf was his first love, he was more was in love with music.
In 2015, Dodd began working with one of his best buddies and high school bandmate, Jesse Triplett (Collective Soul's lead guitarist) who produced Dodd's 2016 release, ‘FUN / FIRE/ RAIN.’ Later that year, Eric was picked as a CMT Discovery Artist. Dodd's video for the party anthem, “Outskirts” reached the #1 spot on CMT’s 12-Pack Countdown twice. The singer-songwriter’s positive vibe and feel good lyrics combined with the soothing tone of his voice and impassioned guitar skills is continuing to win over crowds wherever he plays. “I always aim for my shows to be engaging. Music is an escape from reality, and I want to give people that and take them on a trip during the hour I get with them,” he explains.

Dodd has shared the stage with Jake Owen, Old Dominion, Sam Hunt, Zac Brown Band, and most recently Sister Hazel, Corey Smith and Cole Swindell. “Opening up for Sister Hazel's sold out show at the Georgia Theatre in Athens (Georgia) has to be one of my favorite moments onstage. I earned my music business degree from UGA so it was one of those full circle moments,” says Dodd. Stay tunes for updates on Eric Dodd's new release hitting Spotify and iTunes early 2018. more >>>
A guy walks into a bar. Like any good musical story, this one begins with a song … and a bar.

Just about a decade ago, singer/songwriter, Josh Brannon, found himself with a night off … time to relax, think about his music and band he wanted to form for his special brand of “Genuine Country.” The South Carolina native and avid outdoorsman walked into a bar where fiddle man, Worth King, (a native of Muscle Shoals, AL) was sitting in with a local band … and Brannon took notice.

That was nearly a decade ago, and the rest is history.

Josh and Worth began performing as a duo, writing songs together, and eventually establishing the Josh Brannon Band in 2010. The group, based in Myrtle Beach, has recorded two albums, produced two music videos, and toured extensively throughout the Southeast. Notable performances include an annual appearance at the Labor Day weekend NASCAR race in Darlington, SC., and the group’s own ‘Home in Carolina Music Festival’ each May in Boiling Springs, SC.

Josh and Worth handle most of the songwriting for the group, which proudly characterizes its music as “Genuine Country,” inspired by ‘90s Country and Texas/Red Dirt artists. The Josh Brannon Band is produced by Billy Lawson, who has written two number one hits – “I Left Something Turned on at Home” (Trace Adkins) and “Learning as You Go” (Rick Trevino). Lawson also has cuts by George Strait, Tim McGraw, and many others.

The guys have had the opportunity to open for many of their own musical heroes, including Chris Young, Sammy Kershaw, Clay Walker, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Cody Jinks, The Steeldrivers, and Casey Donahew Band.
The Josh Brannon Band actively supports a variety of charitable causes. The band performs each July for the annual Saddle Up for St. Jude event in Tuscumbia, AL. The benefit for St. Jude Children’s Hospital is the largest of its kind in the U.S. and has raised $2 million to date. Another favorite charity is Catch the Vision; a non-profit organization that constructs residential structures to house missionaries in foreign countries. Josh Brannon himself recently traveled to St. Croix to help build three bunk houses.

The Josh Brannon Band is Worth King (Fiddle, Backup Vocals); Andrew Beck (Bass Guitar); Tanner Beck (Lead Guitar); James Poindexter (Drums): and Josh Brannon (Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar). more >>>
Jordan Rowe | 7:30 PM
Growing up in a small, rural South Georgia community, Jordan acquired a love for the outdoors that included hunting, fishing, and riding countless miles on dirt roads. There's no greater place he'd rather call home than Adel, Georgia.

At the age of three, he stood on a stool in front of his local church congregation and sang "Jesus Loves Me." Little did he know a passion for music was born inside him that day that continues to grow.

At the age of ten, he earned the title of "CES Idol" at Cook Elementary School which was a spin-off of American Idol. The contestants sang weekly, and the votes of the school body was the process of elimination. For his final performance, he sang "God Bless the USA" for a crowd of approximately 1,400 students. He sang at local talent shows, fund-raising events, and anywhere else that needed entertainment.

As his teenage years began to unfold, he started playing guitar and became the drummer for the adult choir at the same church where he made his first debut. Also, he was a soloist for his high school chorus all four years where he sang many genres of music.

During his high school years, Jordan would drive out to a field, sit on the tailgate of his truck with a guitar, and write his songs. They are the real life adventures of a country boy in his country town. more >>>
Ticket Prices

College Student Ticket at Door


General Admission


Reserved Table for 2 (MEZZANINE)


Reserved Table for 4 (MEZZANINE)


Event Schedule

Jordan Rowe

7:30 PM

Josh Brannon Band

8:15 PM

Eric Dodd

9:30 PM