Starting August 3 with Eddie Cotton, an electric blues guitarist, the Levitt AMP Middlesboro Music Series will present 10 weeks of free, live music in Levitt AMP Pop-Up Park—formerly a gravel lot, now a vibrant gathering place with a volunteer-installed lawn and donated permanent stage. See the full lineup, featuring Emily Ann Roberts, Kurt Thomas, The Bloody Tinth and more.
Eddie Cotton, Jr. is an electric blues guitarist from Clinton, Miss., entertaining audiences with a combination of classic electric blues with funky rhythms, soulful vocals and some downright blistering guitar playing.
With opening act 3DC - A Celebration of Three Dog Night at 6:30pm.
Dr. Dundiff with Otis Junior
This singer/producer duo from Louisville, Ky., beautifully combines future soul, hip-hop and jazz.
With opening act Larry Goodwin at 6:30pm.
Emily Ann Roberts
As a runner up on NBC’s "The Voice," this ‘old soul’ was known for her love for vintage country and her unique ability to give a classic genre a modern sound.
With opening act John Day/Dance Competition at 6:30pm.
Jackie Venson, a groundbreaking young guitar virtuoso/singer/songwriter out of Austin, Texas mindfully blends blues, rock, R&B, soul and more.
With opening act Children of the Empire at 6:30pm.
Country singer Kurt Thomas captivates audiences with songs that capture the beauty and simplicity of life.
With opening act Karen Reynolds at 6:30pm.
Influenced by soul, R&B and country music, Rocky Block is a Nashville native that defines the new breed of artists in Music City.
With opening act Nate Cornett Band at 6:30pm.
The GRAMMY-winning O'Connor Band, puts on a dynamic show featuring compelling arrangements, virtuosic solos and tight vocal harmonies.
With opening act Tazewell Pike at 6:30pm.
The Bankesters combine elements of country, folk, bluegrass and gospel into a delightful sonic stew.
With opening act Tom Blankenship at 6:30pm.
The Bloody Tinth
The Bloody Tinth, named after the all-Irish regiment in the Civil War, incorporates elements of traditional Celtic music into their eclectic rock sound.
With opening act Kudzu Killers at 6:30pm.
Nick Dittmeier & the Sawdusters and Whisky Shivers
Join Nick Dittmeier & the Sawdusters, a four-piece Americana band from Louisville, Ky., and Whiskey Shivers, a folk/bluegrass band out of Austin, Texas for a gritty and exuberant performance that's bound to put a smile on your face.