A deep-drawling twanger who blasted off in the early 1990s with “You’ve Got to Stand for Something” will headline the third annual Bayfront Country Jam, Twin Ports Entertainment announced Monday.
Aaron Tippin, a solo artist whose “Kiss This” also ranks high among users of Spotify’s streaming services, is among a handful of artists scheduled to perform July 2 at Bayfront Festival Park. The lineup also includes the Nashville duo Thompson Square, Jake Rose and the local band Whiskey Trail.
The show starts at 5 p.m. and tickets start at $20 at bayfrontcountryjam.com.
Bayfront Country Jam’s lineup is among a stream of summer shows that have recently popped up, ranging from Drive-By Truckers at Big Top Chautauqua to Grandma’s Marathon’s shift to regional acts for its post-race celebration.
At the Big Top
Drive-By Truckers, a Southern flavored alt-country band with the record “The New OK” on the horizon, is scheduled to play Sept. 5 at the outdoor venue near Bayfield. Other recent additions to Big Top Chautauqua’s lineup include: Steve Earle and the Dukes (Aug. 6), Chris Kroeze & Joyann Parker (Sept. 4) and Grammy Award-winner Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives (Sept. 10).
Grandma’s Marathon jams
Grandma’s Marathon will offer a local lineup for its post-race party on June 19 at Bayfront Festival Park, relocated from its traditional venue in Canal Park. Rock-A-Billy Revue, Boxcar, and Whiskey Trail will perform, along with two shows featuring Big Wave Dave & The Ripples. Free and open to the public.
Live from the ‘Sheen
Glensheen’s Concerts on the Pier series, held on Wednesday nights, will include Lanue, Gaelynn Lea, and DanSan Creatives. Dates and times TBA.