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Artist Lineup for Levitt AMP New Albany Announced

New_Albany_thumb_100x100.pngStarting June 4 with rock and blues trio Alvin Youngblood Hart's Muscle Theory, the Levitt AMP New Albany Music Series will present 10 weeks of free, live music in The Park Along the River—giving residents of all ages and backgrounds a reason to gather in this recently renovated green space adjacent to the city’s downtown area. See the full lineup, featuring Marcella & Her Lovers, the Cedric Burnside Project, Sam Mosley and more.

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June 4

Alvin Youngblood Hart's Muscle Theory

This rockin' trio will kick off the Levitt AMP New Albany Music Series with an explosion of roots rock and blues.

June 11

Dee-1

New Orleans hip-hop artist Dee-1 returns to the Levitt AMP Music Series to inspire audiences with his lively and motivational rhymes once more.

June 18

Marcella & Her Lovers

The Levitt AMP Music Series will once again be graced by the soulful daughter of two-time GRAMMY-winning Terrance Simien and her gritty indy band, Marcella & Her Lovers.

June 24

Sam Mosley and the Muscle Shoals Horns

This GRAMMY-nominated blues and southern soul outfit hailing from New Albany will have audiences moving, grooving and full of community pride.

July 2

Cedric Burnside Project

GRAMMY-nominated veteran Levitt performer, Cedric Burnside will treat audiences to an evening of hill country blues with the Cedric Burnside Project.

July 9

Drivin' N Cryin'

These southern rockers offer a mix of hard rock, southern-style boogie and a heap of punk attitude. 

July 16

Scott Mulvahill

Experience the soulful crooning and improvisational bass playing of this emerging talent who has already shared stages with some of modern music's greatest artists—including Alison Krauss, Peter Frampton, Emmylou Harris and many others. 

July 23

Papa Mali

Enjoy an evening of newgrass with New Orleans-based singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer Papa Mali.

July 30

Young Valley

With music that knows no boundaries, this Jackson, Miss.-based alternative country band creates an organic, fun and raucous experience for their audience.

August 6

Holy Ghost Electric Show

This Oxford, Miss.-based band of preachers' sons combine rock 'n' roll and Americana, creating a sound that's uniquely southern.

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