The 400 Unit Nashville TN Tickets, Ryman Auditorium, Oct 24, 2018, Concert
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The 400 Unit Nashville Concert Tickets in Oct 24, 2018 at Ryman Auditorium in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced The 400 Unit North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at The 400 Unit Tour Page.


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Ryman Auditorium
116 5th Avenue North
37219
Nashville, TN, US

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Jason Isbell and The 400 UnitnStudio album by Jason IsbellnReleasedtFebruary 17, 2009nGenretSouthern Rock, Alternative countrynLabeltLightning Rod RecordsnJason Isbell chronologynSirens of the Ditch n(2007)tJason Isbell and The 400 Unitn(2009)tHere We Rest n(2011)Professional ratingsnReview scoresnSourcetRatingnAllmusict [1]nPitchfork Mediat(7.4/10)nSlantJason Isbell and The 400 Unit is Jason Isbell's second full-length album, and first album released with The 400 Unit as accompanying band. The deluxe version of the album contains an additional four tracks. More...

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15 Responses to “The 400 Unit Nashville TN Tickets, Ryman Auditorium, Oct 24, 2018, Concert”

  1. Arden Royse

    As soon as Jason Isbell came on stage, everyone stood up. OK, that’s normal, But they never sat down. I’m a 50 something with arthritic knees – I can’t stand in one place for an hour and a half. So consequently, all I saw of the concert was the backside of the people in front of me. I decided to just imagine what it would be like to be blind – I sat there and listened to the music. It sounded good. But still…….I can’t understand why people felt the need to be completely self absorbed and unaware of their neighbor.

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  2. Ed Buhite

    Great show, venue and sound! Last show of tour and they left it all on stage! Well done!

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  3. Gwenda Hanebutt

    incredible high energy show
    Amanda & Jason were magical together
    talented musicians complete the band

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  4. William Brumwell

    This was my 5th time to see Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, and my first time at the Smart Financial Center. The venue was easy to get to with ample parking. The staff was helpful.

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  5. Dylan Kleinknecht

    I think Jason was ticked off about the tiny crowd that showed up to see him. He only played for an hour and 20 minutes. His wife, Amanda Shires, who is a top band member was not there. No advance notice about her absence.

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  6. Kraig Angiolelli

    Venue is very old and rundown. Sound was decent, not exceptional.
    Concessions only alcoholic beverage option was beer in can (it was WV though, so)

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  7. Maragaret Pepple

    The concert was amazing , my 3rd time to his concert . The venue was old and nasty . That place is in needs to be remodeled .

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  8. Omar Barnhill

    Jason Isbell is one of the most amazing songwriters of our time

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  9. Neville Bien

    Waiting for this for a long time. Did not disappoint. Wish he played longer.

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  10. Mario Scarpello

    Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit just won two more Grammys this year for Best Americana Album for “The Nashville Sound” and Best American Roots song for “If We Were Vampires”. This follows up their 2015 wins in the same categories. But, if you’re looking for flannel and a twang you won’t find it at a JI&400U concert. It’s a little bit folk/singer/songwriter and a whole lot rock & roll. Be prepared to be blown away. Jason is quickly rising to the ranks of Dylan, Simon, and Springsteen when it comes to storytelling and he’s pretty great with a guitar to boot. Sadler Vaden (formerly of Drivin’ N Cryin’) is a stand-out on guitar as well and you’ll see some Pete Townshend windmills from him. Jimbo Hart on bass and Chad Gamble on drums have been with the 400 Unit since the beginning and are one of the best rhythm sections around. Derry deBorja (formerly of Son Volt) on keys, organ, harpsichord, and theramin is just stellar. Then, there’s Amanada Shires, an extraordinary fiddle player with several solo albums under her belt, is Jason’s wife, muse, and sounding board. Their chemistry on stage is electrifying. You never know what they’re going to pull out of their bag of tricks and often cover The Allman Brothers Band and Tom Petty in their encore set. But, one thing is for sure, they leave it all on the stage. So, put your cell phones down (they really dislike photos and videos during the show) and immerse yourself in the music. You won’t be disappointed that you missed out posting to Facebook live or Instagram.

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  11. Melida Vario

    My first time seeing Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, but he did not disappoint. Great sound and production. The old Rajah Theater and sound are still in great shape!

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  12. Frankie Alvarado

    I will always recommend seeing Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit! This was my 4th time seeing them, And I have tickets to see them again in May.
    This time was a special treat because Amanda Shires was there performing with him and that was a first for me.
    He did a great set and really rocked, softened it down for a few slower tunes, then turned it back up and rocked some more.
    However…I was not impressed with the venue. That has no bearing on the band, but the staff at the Municipal Auditorium and possibly some service provider reps were not very professional, in my opinion.
    But I have already done a review on Tripadvisor over that.
    I do not care for the venue at all.
    If you are unsure about Jason Isbell, go for it. You will not regret it, he puts on a great show.

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  13. Luther Popke

    This was a Christmas present to my fiance and his daughters. Six of us went. I have never been to this auditorium, and was very pleased to know there seems to be no bad seating. The acoustics were also very good and the size has a nice intimate small venue appeal.
    The band was fantastic,and it was a super added bonus for us that Amanda Shires, Jason’s wife was with them as well. They gave their all for every song. The keyboard player, base player and drum features were great. We missed most of the opening act only because of our dinner taking longer than expected. We were a bit sad about that.
    My only criticism is that the break between the opener and Jason Isbell seemed abnormally long. A heads up on that would have been nice as we weren’t sure how far to stray from our seats. We were told there was no alcohol available in the building and there was, so a nice cold beer was an enjoyable surprise. The venue was an easy walk to lots of good food choices,and our Hotel.

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  14. Brock Groden

    Jason and Richard Thompson were absolutely fantastic, as always. It is too bad that so many people paid $80 and missed large parts of the show by talking throughout and leaving their seats several times in the middle of song performances. I was embarrassed for Chattanooga. The crowd was very immature and made it hard for others to enjoy the show.

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  15. Daniella Brouwers

    A great show that took the crowd from a quiet lullabuy to 1960’s-esque Rock and Roll Show! The 400 Unit was on their game and Jason Isbell is one of the finest lyricists of our time. The Plaza Theatre is one of the hidden gems of music halls in the Southwest. Richard Thompson was the perfect opening act and still is going string. Highly Recommend.

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