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Radio Bristol Premieres: The Kody Norris Show
May 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Date: Saturday, May 8, 2021
Time: 7:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; audience must be seated by 6:50 p.m.)
Location: Birthplace of Country Music Museum Performance Theater and Online
Limited In Person Attendance, following health & safety guidelines mandated by the State of Virginia.
Tickets: $30 + Bristol, Virginia Admissions Tax
Radio Bristol focuses on new recordings and projects from nationally recognized artists before a live audience in the Performance Theater at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
On Saturday, May 8, Radio Bristol is proud to feature new music from The Kody Norris Show. The show will celebrate the band’s new release “All Suited Up” on rebel records.
About Kody Norris
Call it retro, hillbilly, bluegrass or rockabilly, the group strives for something Kody simply calls “dern good entertainment.” Deeply rooted in North American folk music, Norris has crafted a performance that harkens back and tips a hat to the traditions created by Bill Monroe, Jimmy Martin’s showmanship, the Stanley Brothers’ harmonies, performances of the Grand Ole Opry and a bit of Vaudeville. Top notch picking is center stage, but humor and visual flash are part of the entertaining package. Always clad in colorful, tailored suits adorned with rhinestones, ties, classic hats and ornate boots, the band earns its moniker as a “show.” The brand is traditional, clean cut, acoustic and always entertaining.
The foursome is fronted by Norris on guitar and his fiddling “sweetie,” Mary Rachel Nalley, Josiah Tyree on banjo and Cousin Charlie Lowman on the bass!
The band’s album, When I Get The Money Made, was named 2017 Bluegrass Album of the Year by the National Traditional Country Music Association. The Kody Norris Show was honored with 7 nominations in the 2018 SPBGMA Awards in Nashville.
Playing 90+ dates a year, The Kody Norris Show covers the road from Canada to Mexico, only missing two states to date. They’ve been part of the University of Chicago Folk Festival and have performed at the Smithsonian and the Kennedy Center and are part of two weekly programs on the acclaimed RFD-TV’s network, The Cumberland Highlanders Show and The Bluegrass Trail.