We love music, and music-lovers appreciate the unique experience a listening room environment offers.  A listening room is a space set aside solely for experiencing music. No dart boards, no pool tables.  A dedicated auditory experience.  Now Decatur has one: The Redstone Federal Credit Union Loft @ the Princess Theatre.  Sit on a couch and listen like you might in your living room. Sit at a table and enjoy a drink with friends while you take in the sound. 

Pre-sale tickets go on sale December 6th. Serties passes are on sale December 14th. Please call 256-426-1080 to reserve your seats.

Individual Ticket Sales will be availalbe for purchase as of January 1st. You can book these through the website (princesstheatre.org) or call the box office at 256-350-1745.

Born and raised in the piney woods outside of Haynesville, Louisiana, Chris Canterbury comes from the grimy remnants of a small oil patch town, a way of life that is slowly fading but still lingers in the songs he sings.Since making Nashville, Tennessee home in 2013, Chris has beat the highways and backroads of the heartland, singing his songs and writing the stories of the people he meets along the way. He’s now touring in support of his latest full-length album, “Refinery Town”, ten songs that tell the history of his journey to the present. It doesn’t matter if it’s a pool hall or a theater, a festival or a front porch, Chris’s live sound is the whiskey-laden prospectus that anyone with a struggle can relate to.

After years of paying dues everywhere from dives to theaters, Dave Kennedy has descended on Nashville like a whirlwind. With a voice big enough to grab your attention and songs great enough to hold it, the singer songwriter and East Tennessee native has spent years developing his craft both as a performer and prolific writer all around the Southeast, and is determined to take his place among the new wave of Americana and more traditional country music artists.  His songs are equal parts heartbreak, redemption, whiskey and truth, which is why he’s quickly become a favorite of music fans, songwriter and artists alike. Most recently, Travis Tritt invited Kennedy to be on The USA Network's first season of Real Country.

Kalsey Kulyk's effortlessly bright and unmistakable vocal, paired with thought-provoking lyrics and overall messaging, is something most songwriters never master. The Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan native has been honing her craft since the time she could talk.She worked with Fleetwood Mac producer, Richard Dashut, and made trips to Nashville for meetings and to write. All of her work did not go unnoticed. Kulyk was invited to participate in both the Canadian Country Music Association’s Discovery Artist program, as well as ole’s “On the Spot” competition. She won both. Winning the ole contest came with both publishing and record deals, and Kulyk found herself back in Nashville to launch her career.

Rob Snyder is a country singer/songwriter from West Chester, PA. Snyder’s appetite for music began at an early age and was encouraged by his family, as both of his grandfathers were musicians and songwriters. A self taught guitar player, Snyder readily found himself relying on music as his creative outlet. A mix of heartache and tragedy, paired with a dream and a promise to a friend that passed away, led him to relocate to Nashville in 2012.In 2013, Snyder launched “Revival” at the Tin Roof on Demonbreaun on Tuesday nights. With the moniker “Hank and Jesus are watching”, “Revival” showcases some of country music’s most talented songwriters, playing songs that are authentic and from the Heart.Snyder’s songs have been recorded by Luke Combs, Davisson Brothers Band, and others.  Current Single “She Got The Best Of Me” performed by Luke Combs.

Travis Meadows spent years trying to escape himself. He’s anything but selfish, so he’d find a way to get away––a bottle, a bag, a sermon––and he’d share it with everyone. That was then. Now, Meadows isn’t trying to get anybody lost or high. Instead, he’s trying to get every single one of us to settle in deeply to ourselves––and love what’s there. Disciples have been dancing by Meadows’ fire for years. Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Mary Gauthier, Brandy Clark, Blackberry Smoke, Hank Williams, Jr., Wynonna Judd, Randy Houser, and others began writing with, recording, and praising Meadows as soon as they heard his work. Songs such as “Riser,” the title track for Bentley’s 2015 album; Church’s “Knives of New Orleans” and “Dark Side”; and Owen’s “What We Ain’t Got” are all Meadows-penned chart-climbers. Whitey Morgan, Kenny Chesney, Brothers Osborne, Lindsay Ell, James LeBlanc, Craig Morgan, Blackberry Smoke, Levi Lowrey, Chris Carmack, Mark Collie, Jake Owen, Adam Brand, Ronnie Dunn, Wade Bowen, Frankie Ballard, Robby Armstrong, Jimmie Van Zant, and Lynyrd Skynyrd have also all cut songs written by Meadows.

On his new album, Silver Apples of the Moon, Brandon Whyde gives listeners a glimpse into his past -- a past that includes heartbreak, loss and self-discovery. His voice has been described as soulful, whiskey-soaked and even “a freight train on fire” – qualities that shine through on his latest release. Whyde is currently on tour in support of Silver Apples of the Moon, set to release on Sept. 19, 2017. When he’s not touring, he focuses on songwriting and has co-written songs with Grammy-winning country songwriter Clint Lagerberg and modern Americana music stars Jamie Kenney, Tony Lucca and James LeBlanc.

Formed in October of 2014, Keller & Cole crafted the sincere yet powerful acoustic duo out of their home base in Indianapolis. Their collaborative sound is deeply rooted in their passion to break barriers with music. Keller&Cole’s intimate presence and blended voices invite the audience to listen closely to their carefully constructed lyrics. With the release of their self titled EP, Keller & Cole bring a new feel to a clashing of genres. Lush with addicting progressions, soulful vocals, and a heavy pop edge, the record boasts the aesthetic of indie pop anthems. Though the songs are diverse from one another, there is a glue that holds them all together much like a concept album would. Most importantly, the EP never loses sight of the emotional platform great songs are built from. Having shared the stage with the likes of Lera Lynn as well as Josh Kaufam, winner of the voice, the duo are certainly not new to spreading the music through live performance.

With a well-worn voice that strikes a familiar chord with old-souls and whiskey by a fire, River Dan has an energy about him that palpates through his lyrics and his foot, harp sawin’ southern folk. As singer, songwriter and musician, it’s easy to hear his early childhood influences of Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard . As he found himself in a North American sling-shot from one city to the next, a certain collaborative sound was claimed as his own.Born in Montgomery, Alabama playing the banjo first (the precursor to a wide variety of other stringed and percussion instruments that he can pick up and melt with his hands) River Dan has always embraced the warm comfort of southern appeal in his personality and most importantly in his music. He writes about the trials and tribulations of the life of a simple man, blondes, and being a rambler.


When Erin Enderlin writes a song, more is born than melody and rhyme. Women and men leap from her music, as fully formed and real as we are, all blood and sweat, living, loving, killing, and dying. Enderlin has helped listeners see through other’s eyes for years. She is the writer behind award-winning songs “Monday Morning Church” by Alan Jackson and “Last Call” by Lee Ann Womack, critically acclaimed “You Don’t Know Jack” by Luke Bryan, and a host of other songs for Randy Travis, Terri Clark, Joey + Rory, Tyler Farr, Tara Thompson, Muscadine Bloodline, and more. As an artist, her 2011 eponymous debut earned praise from BillboardAmerican Songwriter, and others, and led to shows with Willie Nelson, Marty Stuart, Kip Moore, Terri Clark, and more. Enderlin has also emerged as one of those artists other artists are listening to. Merle Haggard dubbed Enderlin a “wonderful singer,” while Miranda Lambert calls her a “badass.” “She’s a great writer and singer,” Lee Ann Womack says. “I’m always excited to hear her stuff.”

Daryl Dasher is a Tennessee based singer/songwriter who brings a fresh and organic approach to Folk & Western music. Dasher’s creativity and subject matter comes from his raising in rural Northwest Ohio in a musical and artistic family. His lyrics often revolve around social consciousness, the great outdoors, personal conflict, and love.  His love for playing music is infectious and his live shows are guaranteed to leave you with a more positive attitude.  

Throughout her career, Brigitte London has been called a renegade, gypsy, outlaw, highwaywoman. Her songwriting and powerhouse vocals have attracted an A -List lineup of backing musicians live and on record that have included legends. She’s worked on recording projects with the likes of the late great Jerry Reed & Porter Wagoner, Marty Stuart, Bobby Keys of the Rolling Stones, Dale Watson and many more. She’s released seven albums and traveled the world with her songs. Despite urgings from Industry heavyweights, Brigitte London has remained Independent, determined to stay in creative control of her music.

Brigitte has her own syndicated radio show, The Highwaywoman Radio Show, where she plays the music she loves by her friends and favorite artists – Roots Country, Americana and Texas Music. She’s been a Guest co-host with Big G of Big G’s Texas Roadshow on AM1230 KERV in Kerrville, TX and Dewberry Jam Community Radio with Billy “Dew” Dewberry on AM1670 San Antonio, TX. In 2008, she co-founded Outlaw Magazine with Robin Keen of Desert Star Media, a music and lifestyle magazine dedicated to authentic music and it is now one of the most popular Digital Magazines for Roots music.


Past Artists Include the Following: 

Summer/Fall 2017

Shannon Lawson
Angela Hacker and James LeBlanc
Rob Aldridge and Rob Malone
Jarrod Barrier and Rick Brantley
Scott Mulvahill
Nicki Talley and Jason Sharp

Winter/Spring 2018

Davis Nix and Kyle Wilson
Janelle Arthur and Jeff Hodge
Kristy Lee
Chris Canterbury and Adam Hood
Debbie Bond and Radiator Rick
Shonna Tucker and BIlly Don Burns

Summer/Fall 2018
Jill Kinsey and Lottie Moore
Ricky j. Taylor and Mudbone
Hannah Thomas and Tim Tucker
Evan Walker and Albert Simpson
Gray Cauthen and John & Chas Williams
The Retrovales and Remy Neal