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Mandy Barnett

Mandy Barnett Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 9,106
Category Country, Jazz, Torch, Blues
Concerts
May
24
Grand Ole Opry House
Nashville
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Jun
03
Arkansas Country Music Awards
Conway
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Jun
28
Mandy Barnett at Chief's On Broadway
Nashville
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Jul
20
Mandy Barnett at the Playhouse
Crossville
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Aug
03
Mandy Barnett
Alto
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Aug
17
Grand Ole Opry House
Nashville
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Oct
13
Mandy Barnett in concert!
Folsom
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About Mandy Barnett
Grand Ole Opry member Mandy Barnett, one of Nashville’s enduring musical treasures who has showcased her mesmerizing voice on stages across the globe, started singing at five years-old. She has been singing since. Barnett’s style is rooted in the classic country and pop crooning of iconic singers and timeless sounds. She delves into a song with a keen interpretative sense, getting right down to its emotional core and rendering a powerhouse performance through her “pipes of steel” (Los Angeles Times). As one record executive put it, “Mandy Barnett is a song’s best friend.” Barnett first gained national prominence as the original star of one of the first “jukebox” musicals, Always...Patsy Cline at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium. Barnett, as Cline, performs on the original cast soundtrack album and is the only actress to have played the role on the historic Ryman stage where Cline’s legend began. The Ryman shows sold out nightly and received rave reviews, and Barnett has wowed critics and audiences ever since with her concerts and recordings. Barnett’s critically lauded albums include I’ve Got a Right to Cry, named the “Top Country Album” by Rolling Stone in the year of its release and produced by renowned Nashville Sound pioneer Owen Bradley, who also produced Cline’s most loved chart-toppers (as well as producing Loretta Lynn, Brenda Lee, and k.d. lang). And Rolling Stone continued to honor this landmark album, placing it in 2019 on two of its “best of” lists of seminal classic country works. With a string of acclaimed country albums, such as her self-titled Warner Bros. debut, her Christmas celebration Winter Wonderland, the Cline-inspired Sweet Dreams, and I Can’t Stop Loving You: The Songs of Don Gibson (a tribute to her friend, the late Country Music Hall of Fame member), there’s no doubt Barnett has mastered that genre and holds it dear to her heart. But Barnett is not one to be musically boxed in. Her 2018 Strange Conversation album, an Americana blend of roots, pop, and R&B tunes, includes a duet with John Hiatt and a soulful rendition of Neil Sedaka’s My World Keeps Slipping Away, which Sedaka himself sent to Barnett to record. AllMusic hails Strange Conversation as the “richest record of her career: surprising, lively, and deeply felt,” and The Philadelphia Inquirer, which listed Strange Conversation among the best country/roots albums of 2018, notes that Barnett “takes a disparate collection of pop, soul, and rock numbers and makes a riveting personal statement.” As further testament to her diversity, Barnett sang on the SpongeBob SquarePants album The Best Day Ever (sharing the spotlight with the likes of Brian Wilson, Tommy Ramone, and Flaco Jimenez) and often incorporates a Great American Songbook standard or two into her live shows. When asked about her favorite composer, Barnett’s as likely to cite Cole Porter or George Gershwin as she is Willie Nelson or Dolly Parton. In fact, along the lines of highlighting Barnett’s range, her 2020 A Nashville Songbook, an album of reimagined, multi-generational pop and country gems produced by Fred Mollin (producer of Johnny Mathis, Kris Kristofferson, Jimmy Webb, etc.), was inspired by Barnett’s popular “Nashville Songbook” concert. Every Star Above, Barnett’s most recent album (also produced by Mollin), celebrates and reworks selections from Billie Holiday’s Lady In Satin, with original arrangements by the late legend Sammy Nestico. Variety magazine named Every Star Above one of the best albums of 2021. Barnett is equally as comfortable on the Grand Ole Opry and stages with symphony orchestras, having recently performed solo concerts with the Nashville Symphony, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and the Ulster Orchestra in Belfast highlighting her “Nashville Songbook” repertoire. Barnett made her New York City cabaret debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below in 2019 with an acoustic version of her “Nashville Songbook.” Barnett’s music has been featured in many major film and television soundtracks (most recently, in The CW Network’s series “The Flash”), including projects starring Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones, Martin Sheen, Reese Witherspoon, Matthew Broderick, Sigourney Weaver, Ellen Burstyn, Bill Paxton, and SpongeBob SquarePants. Besides soundtrack work, Barnett often contributes tracks to other types of musical compilations, and she has appeared on “The Tonight Show,” “The Late Show,” “CBS Sunday Morning,” PBS’s “Sessions at West 54th,” PBS’s “Bluegrass Underground,” and numerous other programs. In 2020, Barnett came full circle with her East Tennessee roots. She joined a select group of music luminaries running the gamut from Johnny Cash to Taylor Swift in being honored by the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development with a Tennessee Music Pathways marker. Erected in Barnett’s hometown, Crossville, the historic marker celebrates Barnett’s contributions in making Tennessee the “Soundtrack of America.” Among the many publications praising Barnett's talents, the Chicago Tribune calls Barnett “a torch singer in the grandest sense of the word.” Time, People, Billboard, Rolling Stone, and other major media have likewise extolled Barnett’s world-class vocals, “natural musicality” (People), “big, silky, expressive voice” (Billboard), and “vocal finesse” (New York Times). USA Today calls Barnett one of Nashville’s “finest classic country and torch singers,” while the Austin Chronicle notes that “when people start talking about Mandy Barnett, eventually the word ‘amazing’ gets used.” Visit www.facebook.com/mandybarnettmusic, and www.twitter.com/mandybarnett to learn more about Mandy.
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Genres
Country, Jazz, Torch, Blues
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What fans are saying
Martha
5 / 5
I loved this acoustic show in this intimate listening room!! So much sound from Mandy's fabulous vocals and and 2 guitars!
McGonigel's Mucky Duck Houston, TX
Aug 28, 2020
Terry
5 / 5
That gal can really belt’em out !!! You Go Girl ! Annual appearance in Winchester ? Sure hope so !
City of Winchester, VA Winchester, VA
Sep 04, 2022
Martha
5 / 5
As usual, Mandy performed beautifully at this concert!! She never disappoints--always fantastic!!
The Franklin Theatre Franklin, TN
Sep 10, 2022
Bet
5 / 5
Mandy never disappoints. Great band. Great playlist. Her voice is incredible.
3rd & Lindsley Nashville, TN
Oct 21, 2023
Marilyn
5 / 5
What a show>>>beautiful voice belting out classics as beautifully as ever.
Johnny Cash's Kitchen & Saloon Nashville, TN
Feb 16, 2022
Brett
5 / 5
A great night of top notch entertainment.
Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre New Braunfels, TX
Jun 11, 2022
Linda
5 / 5
Awesome as always!!
The Franklin Theatre Franklin, TN
Aug 14, 2022
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Mandy Barnett Tour Cities
Crossville, TN Nashville, TN Conway, AR Alto, NM Folsom, CA

Frequently Asked Questions About Mandy Barnett

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Mandy Barnett on tour?

Yes, Mandy Barnett is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Mandy Barnett concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Mandy Barnett tour is scheduled for 7 dates across 5 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Mandy Barnett scheduled to play?

Mandy Barnett is scheduled to play 7 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Mandy Barnett tour start?

Mandy Barnett’s tour starts May 24, 2024 and ends on Oct 13, 2024. They will play 5 cities; their most recent concert was held in Nashville at Grand Ole Opry House and their next upcoming concert will be in Nashville at Chief's on Broadway.

What venues is Mandy Barnett performing at?

As part of the Mandy Barnett tour, Mandy Barnett is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 24 - Nashville, TN @ Grand Ole Opry House
Jun 03 - Conway, AR @ Reynolds Performance Hall
Jun 28 - Nashville, TN @ Chief's on Broadway
Jul 20 - Crossville, TN @ Cumberland County Playhouse
Aug 03 - Alto, NM @ Spencer Theater For The Performing Arts
Aug 17 - Nashville, TN @ Grand Ole Opry House
Oct 13 - Folsom, CA @ Harris Center
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