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Best Folk in Birmingham

The Wood Brothers at Iron City

The Wood Brothers

Folk-rock trio The Wood Brothers set off on another set of live dates in 2024 in support of their critically acclaimed album 'Heart Is The Hero'. Catch Oliver, Chris and Jano as they bring their bluesy sound to you.You can expect to hear hits old and new, don't miss your chance to catch the Grammy-nominated winners live!

Charles Wesley Godwin at Druid City Music Hall

Charles Wesley Godwin

From potential finance bro to country-folk musician, Charles Wesley Godwin is headed out on tour. He recently released his third album, Family Ties (which features a crazy amount of tracks - nineteen to be exact) which is inspired by his own life and that of his family, hence the name. So come on down and help Godwin celebrate Family Ties and party the dance away!

Greensky Bluegrass at Avondale Brewing Company

Greensky Bluegrass

The band that creatively blends bluegrass and country music are heading on tour across America. Greensky Bluegrass began making music in 2000 and stood out for their non-traditional take on bluegrass, where they fused rock and acoustic influences. The five-piece prepare for an outstanding countrywide tour and you won't want to miss it!

Gogol Bordello at Iron City

Gogol Bordello

It's hard to believe that Gogol Bordello have been in our lives for nearly two decades. The multicultural outfit are known for their high-intensity, electrically-charged shows that twist and turn through genres at break-neck speed, all the while inducing smiles and palpable euphoria in the crowd. Don't miss them as they head on their brand-new tour this year!

The Red Clay Strays at Avondale Brewing Company

The Red Clay Strays

Viral country rock stars The Red Clay Strays hit the road this year in support of their brand new album Made By These Moments! The group from Mobile, Alabama found huge viral success towards the end of last year for their single 'Wondering Why', leading to their first ever appearance in the Billboard Hot 100 and a record deal with RCA.