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Plinko, the Big Wheel and even the Showcase. 423-757-5580.

› Theresa Caputo Live: April 15, Memorial Auditorium, $39.75-$89.75. The star of TLC’s “Long Island Medium” is coming to town. She will share personal stories and explain how her gift works before delivering messages to audience members. 423-757-5580.

› Jan. 15, Songbirds South, $15-$20. What started as a side-project acoustic duo of Zach Myers (from Shinedown) and Chris Allen grew to add Zack Mack and J.R. Moore (from Ingram Hill). With their respective bands, they are responsibl­e for 25 Billboard Rock No. 1 hits. 423-531-2473.

› Brantley Gilbert: Feb. 15, McKenzie Arena, $27.75-$67.75. Sing along with the country singer on “Country Must Be Country Wide,” “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do” and “One Hell of an Amen.” 423-266-6627.

› Brett Young: April 16, Memorial Auditorium, $17.50-$45. The hottest male vocalist in country music right now comes to town for a US-101 benefit concert. 423-757-5580.

› Gordon Lightfoot: Feb. 22, Tivoli Theatre, $34.50-$99.60. Postponed from 2019 due to a foot injury the singer received. 423-7575580.

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› Hardy: Jan. 25, The Signal, $20-$40. First he put his stamp on country music writing songs for others such as “God’s Country” for Blake Shelton and “Up Down” for Morgan Wallen and Florida Georgia Line. Now he’s got his own hits on the radio like “Rednecker.” 423-498-4700

› Indigo Girls: Jan. 29-30, Walker Theatre, $44.50 and $64.50. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers are the only duo with Top 40 titles on the Billboard 200 in the 1980s, ’90s, 2000s and 2010s. 423-757-5580.

› Joe Robinson: Jan. 22, Songbirds North, $20-$25. The winner of “Australia’s Got Talent” was voted one of Australian Guitar magazine’s Top 50 Best Guitarists along with the Best New Talent in Guitar Player readers’ poll. 423-531-2473.

› Kentucky Headhunter­s: Feb. 14, Songbirds South, $20-$25. Opening for Grammy-winning Southern rockers Kentucky Headhunter­s will be North Georgia band The Georgia Thunderbol­ts. 423-531-2473.

› Lauren Alaina: Feb. 7, The Signal, $20$95. Fresh from her fourth-place finish on “Dancing With the Stars,” the hometown country singer returns to present US 101’s Concert for a Cause. 423-498-4700.

› Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlativ­es:

Feb. 6, Walker Theatre, $30 and $45. This Grammy-winning singer-songwriter is country legend. 423-757-5580.

› Newsboys United: Greatness of Our God Tour: March 6, Tivoli Theatre, $24-$58. Approachin­g their 35th year in Christian music, this band is known for “God’s Not Dead,” “He Reigns” and “We Believe.” 423-7575580.

› Sam Bush and The Travelin’ McCourys: March 21, Walker Theatre, $32, $39.50 and $45. Newgrass musician Bush has won four IBMA Mandolin Player of the Year Awards and, in 2009, received the Americana Music Associatio­n Lifetime Achievemen­t Award for an Instrument­alist. 423-757-5580.

› “CATS:” Jan. 31- Feb. 2, Tivoli Theatre, $43-$83. Make a “Memory” with tickets to watch the preening cast of cats tell their stories on one magical night when they gather for an annual ball to decide which cat will be reborn. 423-757-5580.

› “Fiddler on the Roof:” April 4-5, Tivoli Theatre, $38-$78. Hum along to “Sunrise, Sunset,” “If I Were a Rich Man” and ‘Matchmaker, Matchmaker” in this story of family and timeless traditions that define faith. 423-757-5580.

› “The Color Purple:” March 7-8, Tivoli Theatre, $38-$78. Tony Award-winning musical based on Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. 423-757-5580.

› “Waitress:” June 26-28, Tivoli Theatre, $38-$78. New musical by Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson tells story of Jenna, a waitress who dreams of a way out of her small town and rocky marriage. 423-757-5580.


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