Nikki Lane opens the 2018 Southern Sound Series

Event Details

Location:
The McCelvey Center

Event Date: January 20, 2018
Event Time: 7:30 pm to 9:45 pm
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Description

Nikki Lane opens the 2018 Southern Sound Series. Nikki Lane is a country-pop artist known as the ‘First Lady of Outlaw Country.’ Born and raised in the South Carolina Upstate, Lane conjures up the region’s musical traditions with a country-rebel attitude. Lane’s unbridled spirit and retro-glam flair punctuate her appeal as a gifted singer/songwriter. Nominated as an emerging artist of the year in 2015 by Americana Music Association, Lane has three albums that have peaked the charts. “Highway Queen,” released in early 2017, crisscrosses musical genres and showcases Lane’s ability to captivate. She’s garnered nods from NPR, the Guardian and Rolling Stone. In April, Lane and her band’s live performance in Loretta Lynn’s living room for CBS’ Saturday Sessions sealed-the-deal for her trajectory to stardom. 

New for 2018 are reserved seating and online ticket purchasing.
Visit www.chmuseums.org/southernsoundseries to purchase tickets, ranging in price from $25 to $40. For more information, contact tickets@chmuseums.org.

Those interested in purchasing season tickets may become a Friend of McCelvey, which supports the Southern Sound Series and the McCelvey Theater. Friends of McCelvey receive a Culture & Heritage Museums family membership, season tickets, reserved seating, and a special gift. To become a Friend, please contact Alison Gray at 803.909.7242 or agray@chmuseums.org.
The 2018 Southern Sound Series is presented by Rock Hill Coca-Cola. 

Location:
McCelvey Center
212 E. Jefferson St.
York, South Carolina 29745


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