Isbell and his trusty band will be joined by fellow alt-country trailblazer, Tyler Childers, as well as an array of fast-emerging artists within the genre, including Charles Wesley Godwin, 49 Winchester and more.
Ticket-holders to the Fall event will be looking forward to hearing Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit reel off a selection of stand-outs from their newly released album, Weathervanes.
Attendees will also be hoping to hear Isbell perform highlights from his solo material, such as the Southeastern gem, ‘Cover Me Up’. Given the fact that it'll be the ten-year anniversary of Southeastern this year, we assume he'll sprinkle in a few other tracks from the acclaimed project into his setlist too, possibly including ‘Elephant’ and ‘Flying Over Water’.
The main purpose of Healing Appalachia is to raise funds for Hope in the Hills, a charitable organisation that provides help to people in the Appalachian region struggling with opioid addiction.
The 2023 instalment of the celebrated festival will feature hotly anticipated sets from Nikki Lane, William Matheny, Amythyst Kiah, Marcus King, Trey Anastasio and Classic Tab, Tommy Prine, Kelsey Waldon, Gov't Mule, Katie Pruitt and more.
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