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Red Bull Jukebox concert coming with fans voting on setlists

Tuesday, July 9, 2024 – Red Bull unveiled today the U.S. debut of Red Bull Jukebox, a new live music experience where fans rule the setlist.

Taking place on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville, Red Bull Jukebox will include Brothers Osborn, Shaboozey, Priscilla Block, Tucker Wetmore, Muscadine Bloodline, BRELAND, The Castellows and others play in a one-of-a-kind concert for one night only. Artists will perform a setlist entirely curated by the fans, giving them the power to decide what songs are performed and how. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. CT on Red Bull Jukebox's website.

Leading up to the event, fans can visit the Red Bull Jukebox website to cast their vote across multiple categories and shape the musical performances they want to see on stage. The first vote opens to the public today. Attendees will be able to vote on more unique categories in person at the concert as well as on artists' socials throughout the summer. Each attendee will receive a light up wristband upon entry into the venue, allowing them to choose "red" or "blue" to vote for each live pick all while giving fans an unprecedented live experience.

The event will be hosted by Ward Guenther of Whiskey Jam and backed by the Red Bull Jukebox house band, specially curated for Red Bull Jukebox Nashville by guitarist and producer Derek Wells.

Shaboozey said, "Red Bull Jukebox has created a brand new way to experience a concert – letting the fans vote on our setlists. I can't wait to see what y'all pick."

Block said, "I'm so excited to be playing Red Bull Jukebox. I love that Red Bull produced this event that allows fans to choose the songs they hear. Looking forward to seeing which songs you guys want me to play."

Aspiring songwriters also will get face time. Over the past few months, songwriters have submitted a song to the Red Bull Jukebox songwriting competition. Applicants were narrowed down MisterMoon, Clint Draper, Gary Frost, Anaka Hinton and Abigail Floyd. Fans can vote on which artist they prefer. The winner will be announced at Red Bull Jukebox and awarded an all-expense paid trip to record at Red Bull Music Studios in Los Angeles. The winner will also receive one-on-one coaching sessions with a professional songwriter and BMI centered around publishing and the music business at large.

Red Bull offered samples of what fans can expect, each curated by the artist themselves:

Brothers Osborne:
● Do you want to hear Brothers Osborne play with a marching band or bluegrass band?
Marching band
Bluegrass band

● Choose the Shaboozey song you must hear at Red Bull Jukebox
"Drink Don't Need No Mix"
"Horses & Hellcats"

Priscilla Block:
● What song should Priscilla cover?
"I Wish Grandpas Never Died" (Riley Green)
"She's Country" (Jason Aldean)
"You'll Think of Me" (Keith Urban)
"Still Into You" (Paramore)

Tucker Wetmore:
● Choose the Tucker Wetmore song you must hear at Red Bull Jukebox
"Wind Up Missin' You"
"Wine into Whiskey"
"What Would You Do?"

Muscadine Bloodline:
● Old vs. New Pick: Which Muscadine Bloodline album do you want to hear?
"Teenage Dixie"
"The Coastal Plains"

● Which of BRELAND's many friends would you like him to perform with?
A country friend
A hip-hop friend
A songwriting friend

The Castellows:
● Which Castellows song is on your road trip playlist?
"Miss America"
"No.7 Road"

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