Starting July 30 with the Americana quartet Roosevelt Dime, the Levitt AMP Middlesboro Music Series will return for the second year to augment the city's community-driven revitalization of its economically challenged downtown, giving residents of all backgrounds an opportunity to gather, celebrate local culture and enjoy 10 weeks of free, live music. See the full lineup, featuring Bill Lloyd, the Jim Hurst Trio, Grady Champion and more.
Step back in time this summer with East Coast quartet Roosevelt Dime, that celebrates music of a bygone era with a toe-tapping fusion of acoustic Americana, folk, rock and rhythm and blues.
As its name implies, Circa Blue is all about bluegrass, fusing the old and the new through an irresistible combination of tight vocal harmonies, clean instrumentation and creative arrangements.
Bill Lloyd—songwriter, guitarist, producer, musicologist and Nashville legend—is best known as one half of the ‘80s country-rock duo Foster & Lloyd.
“Mississippi Blues Diva” JJ Thames is a force of nature on stage, bending her magnificent, bluesy voice to a mix of R&B, funk, Motown, ska, reggae and soul.
Warm your heart this summer with Jeni Carr, an acclaimed country-rock singer/songwriter based in Nashville, Tenn.
Elam McKnight Band
Tennessee-based singer/songwriter Elam McKnight and his band draw upon the region’s blues, rock and country roots.
Molly Venter and Goodnight Moonshine
The husband and wife team of indie pop band Goodnight Moonshine puts real-life stories into song.
Jim Hurst Trio
Award-winning bluegrass and country guitarist Jim Hurst brings his distinctive picking style and expressive voice to the Levitt AMP Middlesboro stage.
Kristen Brassel mines her Southern roots for a honeyed blend of country, roots and pop.
Harmonica virtuoso and blues singer Grady Champion captivates audiences with his energetic live performances.