Shane Profitt with Annie Brobst

Nashville Newcomers



                

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DATE

Thu, April 06, 2023


DOORS OPEN

6:00pm


START TIME

7:00pm


TICKET PRICES

$10 GA
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VENUE

Bank of NH Stage
16 S Main St, Concord, NH 03301


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A salt of the earth Southerner with a straight-shooting swagger and kind smile, Shane Profitt’s musical toolbox is full of all-natural talent. At the end of 2021, he was still pulling overtime at his job with the city, busting his back about an hour south of Nashville and living for the weekend – with a few decades left to go. Now, the 22-year-old is rocking sold-out crowds at the historic Ryman Auditorium, touring with his chart-topping hero Chris Janson and writing modern Country tunes so genuine, they slip on like a pair of broken-in work boots. Profitt’s journey starts a few years ago, when his grandad asked what he wanted for Christmas and his wish was to learn how to play Hank Jr. songs on the guitar. Beginning with G, C and D chords, he stuck with it. Gifted with a heavy-duty vocal, Profitt became a regular draw at the popular Southern-cooking chain, Puckett’s, traveling all over Tennessee to weekend shows while still holding down his job back home. While that made for some long hours, it also led to inspiration for original music. Today, the emerging artist debuts his boots-on-the-ground writing style and big, barrel-chested voice with a 3-song collection MAURY COUNTY LINE. With tracks like the hook filled honky tonker “Better Off Fishin’,” chest-thumping charmer “Guys Like Me” and his hopeful heaven-on-earth Country radio single “How It Oughta Be,” Profitt puts his life to music – along with the lives of so many others.


Currently named New England Music Award’s Female Performer of the Year across all genres, Annie Brobst adds a feminine touch to a bro-country sound with an undeniable stage presence. With songwriting influences like Ashley McBryde, Old Dominion, Miranda Lambert, and Jason Isbell, Annie’s latest album “Where We Holler” peaked at #2 on the US iTunes Country Album Chart just below Carrie Underwood for the week. The album was described as a “nothing short of a love letter to country music” by Worcester Magazine. She’s been on the big stages at Taste of Country Music Festival in Hunter NY, Country Jam Colorado, and Headwaters Country Jam in Montana as well as locally at Big Night Live, House of Blues Boston, City Winery Boston, and more. She’s shared stages with acts like Hardy, Josh Turner, Little Big Town, Kip Moore and Brett Eldredge, just to name a few. When the pandemic hit, she toured New England with over 30 stops on a mobile stage to cul-de-sacs and neighborhoods to keep the music alive safely, for which she received local press in the Boston Herald. Brobst even landed a partnership with Mike’s Hard Lemonade to run commercials on Boston country radio for their new seltzer and her single “Make Lemonade”, because of how inspired they were by that particular song.

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