WMNF 2019 Americana Fest

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  • WMNF Americana Fest
    August 10, 2019
    6:00 pm
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Sarah Shook and the Disarmers    ; 

Matt Woods Band   ; 

Hannah Harber and the Lionhearts   ;  

Cadillac Cowboys………and more tba


 Sarah Shook

The Bloodshot artist is one of the brightest new alt-country stars

  • “Shook bucks both Nashville’s mainstream and the overly self-aware Americana scene…a believable transformation of country’s vintage melancholy. — The New York Times

  • This is outlaw country in the classical sense — hard-driving songs about hard living and deep regrets. Shook leads the way with forthright lyrics that refuse to give her a pass for the pain she’s caused others — or vice-versa. — Wide Open Country

  • Sarah Shook entered the spotlight as one of the most important new voices in new country music. Like she’s been there all her life. — TIDAL

  • Her cussed-minded delivery and blemishes-and-all defeatism [is] the perfect complement to her band mates’ hillbilly choogle. — Rolling Stone

  •  Like Tammy Wynette fronting the Ramones   — Missoula Indepenent

  • With Sarah Shook in the mix, hard core country is alive and well, and dangerous as all get out. — No Depression
  • Sarah Shook & the Disarmers are a Country band out of North Carolina that wear its Rock’n’Roll smirk like a tattoo…[and] sing for sad smiles and hard-luck tales.  — The Alternate Root

  • Honest to a fault and as foul-mouthed as a drunken sailor, she’s a nonconforming spitfire who’s proud of not fitting in with mainstream country music.  — Rolling Stone

    Photo by John Gessner

Matt Woods Band    – 


Hannah Harber and the Lionhearts  were one of the highlights at The Gasparilla Music Fest:

Orlando band Hannah Harber and the Lionhearts provided one of the best performances of the weekend, with Harber and company tearing through a set of twangy southern rock. Harber’s voice was a powerful gritty twang that matched her intensity onstage. With “Slow Leak,” the band erupted from a slow blues grind to hard rocking chorus, showcasing the band’s versatility. Harber and company play soft and soulful well, such as “Sorry Darling,” the mid-tempo rock song about alcohol abuse, but never go long without bursting into raw powerful rock.  – Glide Magazine

 Hannah Harber’s Thursday night, late-August Rock the Hub set on a rain-soaked weeknight was the kind of rock and roll cave-bar experience one doesn’t forget, but holy shit did it feel even better in the blazing hot sun of the Florida “spring.” Flanked by a four-piece band that included husband Thomas Wynn, Harber harnessed what felt like every ounce of the already existent country and rock inside of her and them amplified it tenfold during a set that was nearly tantamount to getting struck by lightning. I once saw Margo Price (then touring with a backing band she called the Pricetags) play GMF in this time slot, and I wouldn’t be surprised if one lucky break sent this Florida native on a similar path to success. —Ray Roa, Creative Loafing


Cadillac Cowboys  –   The Cadillac Cowboys are a five piece band  serving up a musical gumbo of Western Swing, Americana, Zydeco and Bluegrass. Ken Carlyle, TJ Weger, Flycatcher Carlson, Don Cox & Joe Martin.


Venue Phone: 813.971.0666

Venue Website:

910 Skipper Rd., Tampa, Florida, 33613, United States