414 Deacon Blvd
The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds presents Jukebox Rehab LIVE! with Andrew Millsaps. Pre Sale tickets are $10 through July 23rd
Who: Jukebox Rehab & Andrew Millsaps
When: Friday, August 13th 2021 at 7:30 PM, Doors open at 6:30 PM
Where: Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex
Parking: $10 at Coliseum Lot off Deacon Blvd
Tickets: Click here
Presale Tickets through July 23rd – $10
General Admission Advance Sale Tickets – $18 through August 13th until doors open
$25 at the door
In 2019 Jukebox Rehab wrapped up their latest EP titled “Wild” after their signature song “Wild on a Weekday”. The EP includes two incredible songs “By The Door” and “Two Empty Glasses” that tells stories about break up and choices. The EP finishes with two fan favorites “Whiskey” and “Jeans Like That”. The EP is now available on all major media platforms.
All the members of JBR have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in Country Music and toured all over the US. Just in the past few months JBR has opened for national stars such as Chris Lane, Cadillac 3, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Sawyer Brown and Riley Green. Mark Miller, the lead singer of Sawyer Brown, proclaimed from the stage at their show in Winston Salem that “we have toured all over the world for more than 30 years and heard 100s of opening bands but Jukebox Rehab is one of the most talented bands that we have ever seen and I predict it won’t be long we might be opening for them”
Jon Montgomery, the former lead singer of the national touring band Norlina is the initial member of JBR. In 2017 Jon paired up with an incredible vocalist, Morgan Keene. With two distinct voices they began to perform and build a very loyal fan base all across North Carolina and Virginia. They soon added “the beat” to the group when Mike Pitts, one of the regions most accomplished percussionists came on board. When JBR hit the studio to record a few songs, the producer brought in Dustin Bryant to lay down some guitar and banjo tracks. The chemistry between Jon, Morgan, Mike and now Dustin was immediate, and theses four artists knew they had something special. Their accomplished instrumental and vocal talents along with their abilities to write incredible songs has nurtured a tremendous following of fans called “Jukebox Junkies”. Along with performing their original music, they also perform remixes of many classic country songs in their own unique style. With their 3 part harmonies you often feel you’re listening to some of the greatest vocal talents of the 80s and 90s such as The Eagles and Shenandoah.
Welcome to Rehab!