Small-scale venues are often a selling point when it comes to big names and live performances. Building on that notion, Billy Strings has announced a pair of early and late shows, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., slated to occur at the American Legion Post 82 in Nashville, Tenn., on Sunday, April 7. The performances will feature added help from multi-instrumentalist Bryan Sutton. 

The American Legion Post 82 location holds a significant place in Nashville music history, known as a starting point for country music newcomers through its favored Honky Tonk Tuesday offerings, emoting a classic C & W sound. Notably, singer-songwriter and Relix cover artist Margo Price was supposedly discovered at the venue by Jack White. The location also served as a starting point for Sierra Ferrell’s career. 

Previously, Strings and Sutton met in a live setting, drawing on their melded bluegrass approach during a January 8, 2020, joint appearance at The Station Inn in Nashville. Watch a clip from the performance below. And, just last month, Feb. 24, 2024, Sutton joined Strings and company on stage to cover Doc Watson’s “The Train That Carried My Girl From Town” while participating in their Bridgestone Arena stand. 

Request tickets from Strings and Sutton’s American Legion Post 82 early and late shows here