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Craig Campbell with Mockingbird Sun
Joe's Bar

Craig Campbell
with Mockingbird Sun

Craig Campbell Mockingbird Sun

Thursday, Sep 11, 2014 7:45 PM CDT 2014-09-11T19:45 (7:00 PM Doors)
, Chicago, IL
21 years and over

10.0 10.0
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$10.00

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This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

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Additional Information

PRESALE (code required) 6/18/14 10AM - 6/19/14 10PM

ONSALE 6/20/14 10AM

Have a September to Remember and buy a pass to see the 4 shows below all for only $30.

9/5 - Brothers Osborne

9/11 - Craig Campbell

9/12 - Frankie Ballard

9/19 - Will Hoge

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Growing up in rural Lyons, Georgia singer/songwriter Craig Campbell learned one important lesson from the ZZ Top records his motiver favored: “Every girl’s crazy ‘bout a sharp-dressed man.” That’s one reason Campbell is always impeccably well tailored on stage, and at industry shows and events.  But he says there’s an even more important reason: respect.  That respect is amply evident on Campbell’s new EP, “Outta My Head,” a five song set that solidifies Campbell’s standing as country music’s hippest neo-traditionalist, a niche he’d already begun to carve out with his critically-acclaimed, self-titled 2011 debut album.  “I’ve done some amazing things for a new artist,” says this Southern gentleman, “but I can’t slow down.  I’ve got to keep full steam ahead.”  It’s just a matter of respect.