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. 

Presale Tickets are available for previous series pass holders from December 18th through January 4th. Please call the Box Office to reserve your seats.

Individual Ticket Sales will be availalbe for purchase as of Jan 5th. You can book these through the website (princesstheatre.org) or call the box office at 256-350-1745.

 

Kyle Wilson is from Alexander City, Alabama. Wilson has written songs and shared the stage with acts such as Wayne Mills, Drake White, Montgomery Gentry, John Rich and many more.

Southern, Americana, Blues, Country and Montgomery Swamp make up the sound that is Davis Nix. Nix has been sharing rooms and scratching out song with songwriters such as Adam Hood, Wes Bayliss, Kyle Wilson, Daniel Allen, Aaron Raitiere, Dave Kennedy, and Brent Loper.




Janelle Arthur hails from Oliver Springs, Tennessee. Arthur has shared the stage with Craig Morgan, Rascal Flatts and has performed alongside/collaborated with The Henningson's, The Band Perry and Vince Gill.

Jeff Hodge was born and raised in Muscle Shoals and now lives in Decatur, AL. Hodge has penned songs and shared the stage with other hit writers and artists such as Mark Narmore, Jason Matthews, Lance Carpenter, Janelle Arthur, and Emily Ann Roberts; as well as local artists and songwriters Nikki McLeod and Ben Parker.



Kristy Lee made a name for herself playing original songs at tailgating parties and on the back roads of Bay Minette, AL. She has shared the stage with artists like Imagine Dragons, Zac Brown Band, The Indigo Girls, Jason Isbell, Michael Franti, Leon Russell, and G Love and the Special Sauce. “An Alabama girl full of emotion, who’s acoustic guitar, and rich vocals prove she is as passionate as Aretha Franklin Circa Soul 69!” (Ultra Underground, Australia).



Chris Canterbury was born and raised in the piney woods outside of Haynesville Louisiana. If you ask him, he'll just ay he's a "well-read liquor store clerk" or a "storyteller for the drinking class." Since making Nashville, Tennessee home, Canterbury has beat the highways and backroads singing his songs and writing the stories of people he meets.

With a John Denver grin and mind full of Alabama attitude, Adam Hood knows the beautiful mess of blue-collar love and everyone on Music Row wants in. Tracks from his critically acclaimed 2011 album The Shape of Things have been cut by Little Big Town, David Nail, Josh Abbott Band, Brian Keane and John Corbett. The legendary Willie Nelson and Leon Russell have each picked Hood for respective national tours.



Singer, guitar player and songwriter, Debbie Bond has been paying her dues in the Alabama backwoods for over 30 years. Influenced by traditional Alabama Blues and the sounds of the Muscle Shoals, her impressive musical story includes years of performing with older traditional Alabama Blues musicians, including Johnny Shines, Sam Lay, Eddie Kirkland and Willie King.

Rick Asherson, AKA "Radiator Rick" grew up in England, and fell in love with American music early on. Rick is a multi-instrumentalist: a singer who blows a mean harp, plays honky tonk piano with hints of Louisiana swamp. He is a co-writer on all Bond's songs and producer of their last three recordings, critically acclaimed here and in Europe.




Brigitte London is a soulful, groundbreaking Texas songwriter who lives to make music. Her songwriting and powerhouse vocals have attracted an A-list lineup of backing musicians live and on records as well as Album projects that have included legends (ex. Bobby Keys of The Rolling Stones, Jerry Reed, Porter Wagoner, Marty Stuart, Dale Watson, and Billy Joe Shaver).  Her music transitions from Americana to Outlaw Country, Blues, Rock and Folk all in one fell swoop.

Born in Arkansas, Billy Don Burns performed as Hank Williams at the Opryland USA in the 1970s. His songs have been performed by Connie Smith, Mel Tillis, Lorrie Morgan, Johnny Paycheck, Willie Nelson, Sammy Kershaw, and Cody Jinks.