Bash on Broadway feat. Hank Williams Jr., Blackberry Smoke, Robert Randolph, Brett Eldredge, Kopecky Family Band & Striking Matches

Nashville Scene Critic's Pick …

Making bad decisions on New Year’s Eve is a tradition more storied than even the Hank Williams family legacy. If you’re looking for something to instantly regret as the ball (or in this case, a guitar) drops to ring in 2014, consider heading downtown and braving a sure-to-be-well-behaved crowd of responsibly drunk Tennessee Mensa members at the fifth annual New Year’s Eve Bash on Broadway. Headlining the debauched, apple-pie-American shindig is none other than iconic country music blueblood Hank Williams Jr. It’s a special night for the football-ready Dick Clark of red-state dumbassery, as it marks the 60th anniversary of his more famous father’s death — one he intends to honor with lowest-common-denominator country party jams like “All My Rowdy Friends are Coming Over Tonight,” “Born To Boogie” and “We Don’t Apologize for America.” So, expect a scene something along the lines of a live-action South Park episode. Luckily, the Bash undercard boasts artists with redeeming musical qualities, like Southern country-rockers Blackberry Smoke, bluesman Robert Randolph, country newcomer Brett Eldredge and local Americana favorites Kopecky Family Band and Striking Matches. There will also be fireworks.

—Adam Gold

Tue, Dec 31 | 7:00 PM
Honky Tonk Clubs of Lower Broadway
All ages
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Hank Williams Jr.

Missoula MT  |  Country

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