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Trisha Gene Brady and Will Carter at Red Bicycle Hall

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Red Bicycle Hall

125 East Main Street

Madison, IN 47250

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Trisha Gene Brady returns to Madison on the road to her solo career fresh off her departure from The Black Lillies. She will be performing with fellow Knoxville artist Will Carter. Don't miss this early opportunity to see what Trisha Gene has in store!!!


Trisha Gene Brady is a roots musician from Knoxville, TN known best for her seven year run as female vocalist (guitar, mandolin, percussion) of the nationally touring act, The Black Lillies. Her recent split from the well known Americana outfit seems to be an open door to the next step in her career. She recently announced co-writing work with Alan Miller and production work with Raul Malo, founding member of the Grammy, ACM, and CMA award winners, The Mavericks.

Although fresh off the road she seems primed for a win with such a great team!

With her former band TGB has followed a rigorous road schedule due to what has been noted as “relentless touring,” and being deemed one of the hardest working bands on the road.

“There’s a freedom to it in a way… you climb in the van and suddenly you’re on “road time” and it’s beautiful! Music, adventure, scenery… we’ve joked for years that we’re all crate trained to the van. You climb in, you settle down, and do what you’re trained to do at that point!

Now there’s this crazy unknown freedom… the “out of the van” freedom. And I don’t yet know how that one will work.

Somehow, I don’t think it will last that long.

I already miss my crate!”-tgb

As part of her involvement with the Lillies TGB has had many adventures!!

She has been featured in publications including Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Billboard, Wall Street Journal, Consequence of Sound, Garden & Gun, Huffington Post, Relix Magazine, USA Today, PASTE Magazine, No Depression & Country Weekly, NPR’s Mountain Stage (twice) and five separate PBS concert specials, a GAC featurette, Texas Music Scene and a CMT television episode airing nationally.

She is one of the only independent artists invited to play the Grand Ole Opry more than thirty times (debuted June, 2011).

Trish Gene Brady has performed at festivals including Bonnaroo Music + Arts, SXSW, Americana Music Association’s Americana Fest, Country Music Association’s CMA Festival & Fan Fair, Rochester International Jazz Festival, Pickathon, Strawberry Music Festival, Four Corners Folk Festival, MerleFest, Old Settler’s Festival, The Luck Reunion, and more.

The most recent album that she helped release with The Black Lillies, Hard to Please, features TGB on lead vocals on the aptly named song The First Time which saw the most crossover to AAA radio that the band has seen to date. The album debuted at #12 on Billboard Heatseekers chart, #30 on Billboard Top 200 Country Albums Chart, #10 on BuzzAngle’s Country Albums Sales Chart, #3 on Relix Magazine/Jambands.com Radio Chart, and reached #1 on Roots Music Report Radio Chart and #4 0n the Americana Music Association Radio Chart.

The previous album, Runaway Freeway Blues, was included in several “Best of 2013” lists, including American Songwriter Magazine’s Top 50 Albums of 2013, No Depression’s Top 50 Albums of the Year, Folk Alley’s Top Ten, and more. That album debuted at #21 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and #43 on the Billboard Top 200 Country Albums chart. It peaked at #4 on the Americana Music Association’s radio charts, with two months in the top five, ending the year as the AMA’s #18 album of 2013 based on radio airplay. It also hit #1 on the Roots Music Report radio chart and was in the CMJ (college radio) top 200 and AAA top 100. (Previous album, 100 Miles of Wreckage, spent five months on the national Americana Radio Charts – four of them in the top 15 – and claimed the #32 spot on the AMA’s Top 100 Albums of the Year based on spin counts.)


Will Carter is an artist, producer, educator, and multi-instrumentalist born and raised on a family farm just East of Knoxville, TN. After hearing a cassette of Steve Earle's "Guitar Town" at the age of five, his path was fatefully set. His teenage years were spent studying music intensely and by his early twenties Carter became a highly sought after sideman. The next decade would find him on stage with Marty Stuart, Carl Jackson, Jackson Browne, and making numerous appearances on the Grand Ole Opry. In 2012, Carter was introduced to Ashley Campbell, daughter of country superstar, Glen Campbell. This became a long-standing musical partnership between Will and Ms. Campbell.

Will established his Eleanor Studios in 2016 with a specialization for recording and producing roots and electronic music. This creative space is where his debut album, Half Past Heartbreak, was recorded. This album is a cumulative work of Carter's personal and professional experience, showcasing a solid dozen songs, all with just a 2- piece rhythm section and Carter carrying all other instrumentation.


Doors open at 7:00, show starts at 8:00

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