Blackberry Smoke: Live In Concert

Robert Jon & The Wreck

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

All Ages

$39-$69 | Plus fees and taxes

Not On Sale

Please Note: Balcony is only accessible by stairs

Blackberry Smoke

Throughout their career, Blackberry Smoke–vocalist/lead guitarist Charlie Starr,guitarist/vocalist Paul Jackson, bassist/vocalist Richard Turner, drummer Brit Turner, andkeyboardist Brandon Still–has embodied Georgia’s rich musical legacy,honoring the people,places and sounds of their home state. As the band celebrates their 20th anniversary this year,their reverence for Georgia has only deepened.On their latest album,You Hear Georgia, the follow-up to 2018’s critically acclaimedFindaLight, Blackberry Smoke is further celebrating these roots with 10 new songs thatfeellikeGeorgia, accented by the addition of Grammy-winning producer and fellow Georgia-native,Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile). “Dave and I had spoken for the last few years aboutmaking a record,” Starr says. “Finally, it worked out, our schedule and his schedule, and wesaid, yes–let’s make a record.”Blackberry Smoke worked quickly, spending just 10 days at Nashville’s famed RCA Studio A,Cobb’s home basesince 2016. The band recorded live on the floor, givingYou Hear Georgiaacrisp, outgoing feel. Like other Blackberry Smoke efforts, this album leans into well-craftedSouthern rock driven by jagged guitar riffs and rich instrumentation, as the band layers onrollicking piano (“Live It Down”), funky grooves (“Hey Delilah”), and introspective acousticsounds (the stripped-down, folk-leaning “Old Enough to Know”)

Robert Jon & The Wreck

Southern roots rockers Robert Jon & The Wreck have released ‘One Of A Kind,’ their dynamic, multi-faceted new EP, out now on all digital platforms via Joe Bonamassa’s Journeyman Records. Featuring material produced by GRAMMY-Award winners Don Was (Bonnie Raitt, The Stones, John Mayer) and Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, Blackberry Smoke, Rival Sons), ‘One Of A Kind’ showcases Robert Jon & The Wreck’s wide range and dynamic sound, from the instant rock & roll classic “Come At Me” and the captivating, Americana-infused “Who Can You Love,” to the outstanding riff-driven roots rock track “Pain No More.” The album was recorded at two legendary Studios. Don Was produced at Hensen Studios in Los Angeles (the same studio that gave us legendary albums including “Tapestry” by Carole King and “Blue” by Joni Mitchell, and many others) and Dave Cobb produced in Nashville at the Historic RCA Studio A, the same room famous for recording The Beach Boys, Chris Stapleton, Dolly Parton, The Monkees and B.B. King.


Venue Information:
Temple Live
332 E 1st St N
Wichita, KS 67202