RHETT MILLER

with CLINT ROBERTS (OF HOLLER CHOIR)

andmoreagain Presents

Sat Mar 16, 2024 8:00 pm

Tickets $25/$30/$35

This is a SEATED show


Ticket Type Price Qty. Cart
RHETT MILLER - FIRST TWO ROWS SEATING $35.00 SOLD OUT
RHETT MILLER - Advance $25.00
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  • We will not offer refunds to any show unless there is a cancellation or postponement of the headlining act (opening acts subject to change without notice).
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RHETT MILLER

Texas native Rhett Miller is perhaps best known as the frontman of the Dallas-based alt-country band the Old 97’s, although he has also pursued a critically acclaimed solo career. Formed in 1993, the Old 97’s built a devoted following with their brash blend of country and power pop influences, making …

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CLINT ROBERTS (OF HOLLER CHOIR)

Led by the lyrical craftsmanship of singer, guitarist, and songwriter Clint Roberts, the distinctly Appalachian, old-time sound of Asheville’s Holler Choir combines haunting harmonies, stirring string compositions, and heart-wrenching ballads, yet hardly conforms to a stereotypical genre. Call it a confluence of old-time, Americana, and bluegrass, but, by its own …

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