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Johnnyswim

Live at the Opry House

Johnnyswim

with special guest Katelyn Tarver

TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY

$89.50 / $69.50 / $49.50 / $39.50 / $29.50

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Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano translate the memories, moments and milestones on their journey as a married couple into spirited, slick and soulful anthems steeped in singer-songwriter tradition, yet amplified by alternative experimentation, rock energy and pop ambition. Building a fanbase through constant touring, 2013’s Heart Beats EP spawned “Don’t Let It Get You Down,” which clocked 17 million-plus Spotify streams. Their first full-length, Diamonds, arrived in 2014 as its single “Home” famously became the theme to HGTV hit Fixer Upper. The 2016 follow-up Georgica Pond yielded another fan favorite “First Try” as the duo sold out dates around the world. Along the way, they garnered acclaim from Rolling Stone, NPR, The New York Times, Huffington Post, Nylon, Du Jour, and VH1 in addition to performing on The Today Show, Conan, and more. Produced by Grammy® Award-winning powerhouse Malay [Frank Ocean, Sam Smith], the group’s 2019 third full-length, Moonlight [Britannia Row Recordings/BMG], shines a light on the strength of their bond, the scope of their musical palette, and spirit of their stories together.

Johnnyswim was originally scheduled to perform at Ascend Amphitheater on October 16, 2021. That show has been canceled. All Ascend Amphitheater ticketholders will receive a refund and a presale code via email to get early access to purchase tickets for the Opry House show.

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