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      October 29, 2019

      Tuesday   7:30 PM

      2090 Atwood Ave.
      Madison, Wisconsin 53704


      Tuesday, October 29th at 7:30PMFPC Live PresentsRYAN BINGHAMAMERICAN LOVE SONG TOUR

      with special guest



      This is a Reserved Seat Show.

      Tickets are only available from TicketMaster.

      $45.00 | $35.00 | $25.00



      Yes, Ryan Bingham grew up in the South. Texas, mostly. But there wasn’t much in the way of consistency
      to his upbringing, other than his family’s chronic existence on the wrong side of the tracks. He was born
      in the small city of Hobbs, New Mexico, hard up against the Texas Panhandle. He grew up in the west
      Texas oil fields, then spent time as a teenage rodeo cowboy in towns all across the state. Along the way,
      he absorbed the Cajun culture of western Louisiana, the hardcore hip-hop favored by his Houston
      friends, and the border songs of the Mexican immigrants. Until he moved to California in 2007, he never
      lived in any one place for more than two years. From the beginning of his recording career, with
      “Mescalito,” Bingham has defied easy classification. As a rising country star, he ranged from Woody
      Guthrie-style folk songs and Spanish-language balladry to gritty hard rock. It’s all American music;
      fittingly, he was honored as the Americana Music Association’s 2010 Artist of the Year.

      While his career was taking off – he won both an Oscar and a Grammy for “The Weary Kind,” the theme
      song he wrote for the film “Crazy Heart” – he was coping with the tragic deaths of his mother, an
      alcoholic, and his father, who took his own life.The losses put Bingham in a dark tunnel, and it took a
      while to crawl his way out. With the help of his wife, Anna Axster, and some inner soul-searching,
      Bingham has come back into the light. “American Love Song,” the third studio album from the Axster-
      Bingham indie label (after 2012’s “Tomorrowland” and 2015’s “Fear and Saturday Night”), takes all his
      influences – both musical and experiential – and unites them in Ryan Bingham’s best, most fully realized
      record to date.

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      Since their debut in 2014, Jamestown Revival has been building an extensive fan base through grass roots support and relentless touring, performing at iconic venues from the Ryman Auditorium to Red Rocks Amphitheater as well as festivals such as Coachella, Austin City Limits and Stagecoach among countless others. Led by Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance – who have maintained a close friendship since meeting at age 15 in Magnolia, TX – Jamestown Revival is pursuing their own musical vision by focusing on their roots and harmonies. Most of the time, Clay takes lead vocal with Chance on high harmony, a striking blend that appears effortless. This obvious camaraderie is a big part of the group’s appeal. “People say they can see it and they can feel it,” Clay says. “I mean, we’ve been friends forever, it feels like. It’s a brotherhood. We don’t always like each other but we love each other, you know? We truly enjoy being able to do what we do, to make music and travel together.” Their new album “San Isabel” is set to release later this year.

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