Plaza Concert: Shooter Sharp & Cody J. Martin

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Plaza Concert: Shooter Sharp & Cody J. Martin
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Plaza Concert: Shooter Sharp & Cody J. Martin says
Free Live Music | Food Trucks | Beer Garden
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Each concerts is free, but you get a little something extra for your pre-show online RSVP. Upgrade to “Fan” status for only $20 (online only) and you can tour the entire Rock Hall with the all new Power of Rock Experience, grab a $10 bar credit and still get that live show and swag.

Friends - FREE

RSVP and join the PNC Guest List for a FREE gift onsite and future surprises

Fans - $20 package (a $40 value!)

Upgrade on the PNC Guest List for Rock Hall admission including the new Power of Rock experience, a $10 bar & food credit, plus a FREE gift

All Summer in the City concerts will be held from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. on the Rock Hall's main plaza stage. Summer in the City is sponsored by Great Lakes Brewing Company, Fat Head's Brewery, and Magic Hat Brewing Company and is free to the public.

About the Bands:

Celebrating the classic country & honky tonk sounds of yesteryear, Shooter Sharp & The Shootouts aim to please fans of REAL, traditional country music. Led by award-winning singer-songwriter Ryan Humbert, this new project features Brian Poston on lead guitar, Dan Nauss on bass, Dylan Gomez on drums, Al Moss on pedal steel and Emily Bates on harmony vocals. The Shootouts perform a mix of original numbers and classic country gems. As seen with Marty Stuart, Chris Isaak, The Zac Brown Band, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and more. If you're a fan of Merle, Hank, Johnny, Buck, Dolly, Loretta, Willie, Waylon or Patsy -- you won't want to miss Shooter Sharp & The Shootouts!

Cody J. Martin writes songs that rest where folk, blues and country music intersect. The Massillon, Ohio native has been performing his aggressive, fingerpicked tunes for nearly 5 years in both his home state and across the country. He is currently recording the follow up to his debut album, 2014's "Somewhere You'd Rather Be."
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By: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame