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Lissie at Nashville, TN in 3rd and Lindsley 2023
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Fan Reviews

Sarah
November 4th 2023
She was great! Energy of the crowd was missing and the set up of the venue is not ideal for the show but she sounded great and overall we had a great time. Glad she made it East!
Portsmouth, NH@
Jimmy's Jazz & Blues Club
Anthony
July 18th 2023
I've seen Lissie a number of times in the UK. She never fails to impress and gave a fabulous performance as ever. I must say, although Birmingham is my home town, I'm not a fan of the Town Hall as a venue. I felt the all seating arrangement sucked the atmosphere out of the audience. That said, if Lissie returns to this venue I will still go.
Birmingham, United Kingdom@
Birmingham Town Hall
Steve
March 29th 2023
Totally worth driving from Atlanta to see Lissie in a great venue In Nashville, rather than see her at a free concert in Atlanta a day later. She is perfect in a place like 3rd and Lindsley
Nashville, TN@
3rd and Lindsley
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About Lissie

Lissie Maurus was raised in the riverside town of Rock Island, Illinois, and she drew upon those blue-collar Midwestern origins to create her own form of indie folk music. The granddaughter of an international barbershop quartet champion, she grew up singing in theater productions, eventually picking up the guitar and playing her own songs at local coffee shops as a teenager. Lissie was also something of a rebel; she got thrown out of high school during her senior year, spent a brief period at Colorado State University, relocated to Paris for a semester, and eventually ditched college altogether to pursue her music career. Returning to the U.S., Lissie headed west and settled in Los Angeles, where she became a fixture on the local venue circuit and landed a national tour opening for Lenny Kravitz

Fans first fell in love with her sun-and-tequila-soaked voice from her five-song EP Why You Runnin', produced by Bill Reynolds of Band of Horses, which was ranked among the Eight Most Auspicious Musical Debuts by Paste. Lissie's full- length debut, Catching A Tiger was released in 2010. Paste Magazine named her Best New Solo Artist, VH1 tapped her as a "You Oughta Know” artist and she received a Q Awards nomination for Best Breakthrough Artist. Scads of festival performances, tour dates, television appearances and film/TV song placements followed.

Back to Forever, the album after Lissie's 2010 debut, was followed by My Wild West in 2016 which peaked at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and Top 10 on the Independent Album chart. After releasing her stunning album ‘Castles’ in 2018, which became her first UK #10 album and debuted at #11 on the Current Alternative Albums chart in the U.S, Lissie returned earlier in 2019 with ‘When I’m Alone: The Piano Retrospective’- an evocative collection reinterpreting songs from her first decade in music. In 2020 Lissie released her gorgeous new covers EP "Thank You To The Flowers", a collection of stunning covers of songs by female artists that Lissie admires. The EP follows her other popular covers, including 'Go Your Own Way' and 'Dreams' by Fleetwood Mac,’ Bad Romance' by Lady Gaga, ‘Pursuit Of Happiness’ by Kid Cudi and 'Nothing Else Matters' by Metallica, which have collectively amassed 57 million streams and counting.

In 2021, Lissie is celebrating and releasing the Anniversary Edition of her debut album Catching A Tiger as well as a retrospective compilation of unreleased formative material entitled Watch Over Me (Early Works 2002-2009).
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Genres:
Country, Folk, Rock
Hometown:
Rock Island, Illinois

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Help Lissie keep making the music you love.
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No upcoming shows in your city
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Concerts and tour dates

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Live Photos of Lissie

Lissie at Nashville, TN in 3rd and Lindsley 2023
View All Photos
Lissie's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Sarah
November 4th 2023
She was great! Energy of the crowd was missing and the set up of the venue is not ideal for the show but she sounded great and overall we had a great time. Glad she made it East!
Portsmouth, NH@
Jimmy's Jazz & Blues Club
Anthony
July 18th 2023
I've seen Lissie a number of times in the UK. She never fails to impress and gave a fabulous performance as ever. I must say, although Birmingham is my home town, I'm not a fan of the Town Hall as a venue. I felt the all seating arrangement sucked the atmosphere out of the audience. That said, if Lissie returns to this venue I will still go.
Birmingham, United Kingdom@
Birmingham Town Hall
Steve
March 29th 2023
Totally worth driving from Atlanta to see Lissie in a great venue In Nashville, rather than see her at a free concert in Atlanta a day later. She is perfect in a place like 3rd and Lindsley
Nashville, TN@
3rd and Lindsley
View More Fan Reviews

About Lissie

Lissie Maurus was raised in the riverside town of Rock Island, Illinois, and she drew upon those blue-collar Midwestern origins to create her own form of indie folk music. The granddaughter of an international barbershop quartet champion, she grew up singing in theater productions, eventually picking up the guitar and playing her own songs at local coffee shops as a teenager. Lissie was also something of a rebel; she got thrown out of high school during her senior year, spent a brief period at Colorado State University, relocated to Paris for a semester, and eventually ditched college altogether to pursue her music career. Returning to the U.S., Lissie headed west and settled in Los Angeles, where she became a fixture on the local venue circuit and landed a national tour opening for Lenny Kravitz

Fans first fell in love with her sun-and-tequila-soaked voice from her five-song EP Why You Runnin', produced by Bill Reynolds of Band of Horses, which was ranked among the Eight Most Auspicious Musical Debuts by Paste. Lissie's full- length debut, Catching A Tiger was released in 2010. Paste Magazine named her Best New Solo Artist, VH1 tapped her as a "You Oughta Know” artist and she received a Q Awards nomination for Best Breakthrough Artist. Scads of festival performances, tour dates, television appearances and film/TV song placements followed.

Back to Forever, the album after Lissie's 2010 debut, was followed by My Wild West in 2016 which peaked at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and Top 10 on the Independent Album chart. After releasing her stunning album ‘Castles’ in 2018, which became her first UK #10 album and debuted at #11 on the Current Alternative Albums chart in the U.S, Lissie returned earlier in 2019 with ‘When I’m Alone: The Piano Retrospective’- an evocative collection reinterpreting songs from her first decade in music. In 2020 Lissie released her gorgeous new covers EP "Thank You To The Flowers", a collection of stunning covers of songs by female artists that Lissie admires. The EP follows her other popular covers, including 'Go Your Own Way' and 'Dreams' by Fleetwood Mac,’ Bad Romance' by Lady Gaga, ‘Pursuit Of Happiness’ by Kid Cudi and 'Nothing Else Matters' by Metallica, which have collectively amassed 57 million streams and counting.

In 2021, Lissie is celebrating and releasing the Anniversary Edition of her debut album Catching A Tiger as well as a retrospective compilation of unreleased formative material entitled Watch Over Me (Early Works 2002-2009).
Show More
Genres:
Country, Folk, Rock
Hometown:
Rock Island, Illinois

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