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John Cowan joins Doobie Brother Tom Johnston along with Casey James & Charlie Worsham for Tin Pan South 2015 appearance in Nashville

on 24 March 2015.

Join John Cowan, Tom Johnston, Charlie Worsham & Casey James as they appear  In The Round for the Tin Pan South 2015 in Nashville. Once in a lifetime pairing that will sell out so act quickly! Details as follows:

3rd & Lindsley

818 3rd Ave South

Nashville, TN


Tuesday, March 24, 2015

9:00 pm CST


Severe Winter Storm Cancels March 6th Frankfort, KY Date/Reschedule Planned

on 06 March 2015.


We regret to announce that due to the dangerous conditions in Tennessee and Kentucky brought on by the heavy snow and frigid temps associated with the severe winter storm that passed through both states (and others) and brought many roads, including large parts of I-65 to a grinding halt, that the previously rescheduled concert date for tomorrow night (March 6th) has been cancelled.

We will work with the thratre to reschedule it at the first opportunity but felt it best to not place the fans or the band in harms way by trying to travel that long distance in these conditions.

We want you to know that we truly appreciate the support and patience everyone has shown in retaining your tickets from the previous date and hope you will allow us to make this up when we aren't at the mercy of Mother Nature.

Please be safe and we will announce the new date as soon as possible.

"Sixty" Earns Perfect 5 Out Of 5 Star Rating As The Praise Continues

on 04 March 2015.

The critical praise for John's epic album "Sixty" continues. The album earned a perfect 5 out of 5 star rating in the latest Lonesome Road Review.


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2015 Starts Off With Sellout Show!

on 10 January 2015.


Due to incredible demand and a quick sellout of the show at the Acoustic Stage in Hickory, NC on January 24th we have added a rare 2nd concert on Friday, January 23rd An Evening with John Cowan - Night One
Friday, January 23, 2015
8 pm

This concert has just been added due to the 24th being sold out.

Tickets are available now online at www.acousticstage.co/

This marks John Cowan's return to Hickory & the Acoustic Stage for the first time since early 2004!

The band will include the incredible Rory Hoffman on keyboards, guitar and vocals, James Taylor's own Andrea Zonn on fiddle and vocals, and fellow Doobie Brother bandmate Ed Toth on drums.

John's set will feature his classics along with music from his acclaimed new album, "Sixty". Copies will be available for purchase and John will meet fans & sign copies of that and all his albums immediately following the show.

Member: $19.00
Guests: $25.00

828-850-7250 for more information


Long Awaited 22 Yr Old Album By "The Sky Kings" Digitally Released Today (December 15, 2015)

on 15 December 2014.

TODAY DEC 15, Sony will be digitally releasing (from 22 years of captivity!) the first album by The Sky Kings (briefly Four Wheel Drive). We made this album for RCA Records in 1992 aiming for a shot at country radio. We were a little ahead of the curve I'm afraid.

Nevertheless, hear it for yourself! Produced by Josh Leo, Larry Lee and the band, it features me, Patrick Simmons, Poco RustyYoung and Bill Lloyd along with a who's who of guest artists and sidemen. Mixed by Steve Marcantonio. Bill and I will be on Hippie Radio Tuesday night to talk about this album, our respective solo records and the upcoming Long Players show on the 27th. 

Tune in tomorrow night at 7PM CST at 94.5 FM in Nashville or stream live here from anywhere on earthhttp://streamdb4web.securenetsystems.net/v5/WHPYFM


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