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Kendell Marvel Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

Kendell Marvel

Don't Tell Me How To Drink Tour

The Intersection
133 Cesar E. Chavez Ave SW

Oct 9, 2022

8:00 PM EDT
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September 17th 2023
He was great. Can’t wait to see him again! Love his music & a great person as well!
Kansas City, MO@Knuckleheads

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Located in Downtown Grand Rapids, The Intersection has been providing West Michigan with the best local and national live music and entertainment for over 49 years. Locat...
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Kendell Marvel Biography

Acclaimed solo artist. Grammy-winning songwriter. Road warrior. By the time Kendell Marvel moved into a 200 year-old farmhouse in the Tennessee countryside in 2021, he'd already spent more than two decades expanding the boundaries of modern-day country music.

Recorded in Dallas, TX, with producer Beau Bedford — Come On Sunshine burns as brightly as its name. They're stand-your-ground anthems and help-your-neighbor rallying cries. They're sharply-written tunes about booze and breakups, true love and false prophets, bad habits and proud traditions, delivered by a songwriter who's lived enough life to confidently chronicle its ups and downs.

"I'm 51 years old, which means I'm long past the point of catering to anybody," Marvel says. "I'm just telling the stories I want to tell, whether it's a song like 'Come On Sunshine' — looking to pour some light into people struggling with the doom or “Keep Doing Your Thing,” which argues that the world would be a better place if we just let people be who you are."

It's been nearly 25 years since Marvel — a native of southern Illinois, where he began playing barroom gigs at 10 years old — moved to Nashville and wrote Gary Allen's Top 5 hit "Right Where I Need To Be" during his first day in town. With Come On Sunshine, he proves that one's day in the sun can last a lifetime, as long as you're willing to listen to the muse, challenge your perspectives, and chase down the magic in front of you.
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