Some of the biggest names in country music have rocked the Tin Roof stage. The next big stars to come out of Music City will be playing our ‘Nashville Hits The Roof’ series. This series features the hottest up and coming acts in country music and brings them to the Tin Roof stage for a FREE show. We’re always adding new acts so plan to join us regularly to discover your new favorite artist at Tin Roof.

All shows are FREE events!

April 9th - Alex Hall at 8pm

Currently on a massive national tour with Tenille Townes, we are pleased to bring Nashville's Alex Hall to Tin Roof! Signed to Sony's Monument Records and represented by Wasserman Talent Agency, Hall has been playing shows ever since he picked up an acoustic guitar at age 14. His 2021 EP Six Strings showcases an impressive lineup of musical guest appearances including Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, Tenille Townes, Brad Tursi, Kassi Ashton and John Osborne. The EP also features his hit track "Heart Shut", with over 10 million streams on Spotify.

April 30th - George Shingleton at 8pm

Born and bred in rural West Virginia, Shingleton's Appalachian extended family ties run deep; music-making has been in Shingleton's blood from his early days of singing and playing instruments in the church. Beyond his sanctuary-nurtured musical roots, Shingleton's influences run the gamut from Hank Williams Jr., Merle Haggard, and Waylon Jennings, to Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers Band. His new single, "Talkin' Whiskey" was released Feb 2022 and is available everywhere.

May 14th - The Powell Brothers at 8pm

Texas born Country duo The Powell Brothers return to the Tin Roof circuit! Known for their upbeat stage presence and life-on-the-road touring (averaging 160 shows a year), The Powell Brothers began the year enjoying success from their 10th single, "Buy a Ticket" (Jan 2022). TPB are able to deliver an exciting show on any size stage, ranging from clubs to large festivals and sharing lineups with names like Jon Pardi, The Brothers Osbourne,  Carly Pearce, and Parker McCollum. To combine their passion for sports and music, they're often seen performing for national sporting events, including the MLB World Series, Monday Night Football, the NFL Playoffs and the NHL Draft. 

May 21st - Jason Cross at 8pm

In 2020, Jason Cross made the move from Jackson, Michigan to Nashville, Tennessee and quickly developed a name for himself in Music City. He's shared stages with Artist such as Jameson Rodgers, Jordan Davis, and HARDY. Cross would describe his sound as a blend between Jason Aldean, Elvie Shane, and Luke Combs, along with a heavy influence by Randy Houser and Koe Wetzel. Cross' first two releases "It Ain't Me" and "Beer Ain't Gonna Drink Itself" instantly captured listeners and established his fan following. Most recently, Jason Cross released "Travelin' Kind", the first country ballad from his catalog that displays his musical range.

June 4th - Outlaw Apostles at 8pm  

Rising from the legendary music destination of Muscle Shoals AL, Outlaw Apostles are quickly gaining traction with their high energy performances and gritty Southern Rock roots. Having recently debuted on Nashville's Broadway stages, they've been gathering endorsements from esteemed music industry reps and old school Country Music fans alike. With an exciting 2022 ahead of them, Outlaw Apostles is embarking for a full tour to ten different Tin Roof stages across the country.


Luke Combs, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Kacey Musgraves,  Florida Georgia Line, Dan + Shay, Dustin Lynch, Jake Owen, Scotty McCreey, Hunter Hayes, Thompson Square, Gary Allen, Love & Theft, Jon Pardi, Casadee Pope, Ashley McBryde, Frank Foster & many more!  Join us for Nashville Hits the Roof and catch the next big thing before they hit the big time!