Two More Shows Added to Yuengling Summer Concert Series at Indian Ranch
Indian Ranch announced that Barenaked Ladies will be kick off the 2017 Yuengling Summer Concert Series at Indian Ranch on Sunday, June 18 and Hunter Hayes will perform on Saturday, August 19. Tickets for both shows go on-sale Friday, April 7, 2017 at 10 AM at www.indianranch.com.
"Gotta see the show, 'cause then you'll know," sings Ed Robertson on Barenaked Ladies' chart-topping hit, "One Week," a song featured on the band's most recent live album BNL Rocks Red Rocks, recorded at the fabled Morrison, CO, Amphitheater in 2015 during the band's Last Summer On Earth tour.
That's as good a description as any about seeing these rock icons in concert, an experience filled with the kind of energy, precision, finesse and outright celebration among its fans that is a tribute to Barenaked Ladies' remarkable longevity. The band is still together after nearly three decades, producing 15 studio albums which have collectively sold more than 14 million copies, won eight Juno Awards, earned multiple Grammy nominations, a U.S. chart-topping single ("One Week") and the theme song to one of TV's most popular shows, The Big Bang Theory.
Barenaked Ladies will be releasing a very special collaboration with the legendary A cappella group, The Persuasions on April 14, 2017. Ladies And Gentlemen: Barenaked Ladies And The Persuasions was recorded live off the floor with BNL & The Persuasions last Fall in Toronto and features 14 tracks re-imagined from BNL's award-winning catalogue including "The Old Apartment," and the classic 'Good Times'. This album
For Hunter Hayes, complacency is the enemy. After being nominated for a handful of GRAMMY Awards, snagging a collection of CMA's and touring the world behind a pair of critically-acclaimed albums, it would be far too easy for the revered singer-songwriter and top-notch musician to rest on his laurels. But Hayes wants more. "I had to get in the mindset of 'I'm starting over,'" the 25-year-old says boldly of a rigorous two-year process during which he wrote more than 100 songs; made a Nashville studio his personal playground and, most important for his development as a category-defying artist and musical innovator, flipped convention on its head.
The initial returns on Hayes' focused pursuit of the bold and new are a trio of songs released direct to fans via his social media: "Yesterday's Song," "Amen," and "Young
Blood." Whereas previous albums like his Double Platinum-certified, self-titled 2011 debut and 2014's Storyline were cut in relatively rapid succession, Hayes had the freedom this go round to explore every musical avenue of his intrigue.
Indian Ranch offers music lovers a chance to see some of the greatest country, classic rock and pop bands steps from Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg. Nestled between pine trees, the amphitheater offers the ability to see the stage from anywhere in the audience. Tickets are already on sale for Huey Lewis and The News on June 24, The Marshall Tucker Band on June 25, Big & Rich on July 9, Eddie Money on July 15, The Mavericks on July 16, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo on July 23, Josh Turner on July 30, Phil Vassar on August 6, Dwight Yoakam on August 13, the Charlie Daniels Band on September 9 and Montgomery Gentry on September 17. Additional shows for the 2017 season will be announced soon.
Tickets for Barenaked Ladies on June 18, 2017 and Hunter Hayes on August 19, 2017 at Indian Ranch go on-sale Friday, April 7, 2017 at 10:00 A.M.! Gates open at 12:00 P.M. showtime is 2:00 P.M. Tickets are available online at www.IndianRanch.com, by calling 1-800-514-ETIX (3849) or at the Indian Ranch Box Office. The Indian Ranch Box Office is currently open Wednesday's and Saturday's from 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. All events are rain or shine. No refunds. Indian Ranch is located at 200 Gore Road in Webster, MA outside of Worcester and less than an hour's drive from Boston, Providence, Hartford and Springfield. For more information, visit www.indianranch.com.