Americana six-piece Ghost Ranch, a project from front-man and singer-songwriter Tanner Elias Clayton, headlined the Tidball's Sounds and Spirits "reopening party" on Friday, July 10--ending the four-month hiatus for live music brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. The venue has cancelled the Saturday, July 18th show, originally billed with Dan Luke and The Raid, Astronomy Club, Jeremy Duran and Girl Tones.
Ghost Ranch shared the bill with Bowling Green's The Daddy Sisters, Jamie Resch and Jordan Young.
Daily updates on scheduled or cancelled live shows --all following Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for preventing the spread of coronavirus-- at Tidball's, 522 Morris Alley, are posted daily on the venue's Twitter, Facebook and Instagram [@tidballs].
More Information from The Daily News' Don Sergent about the venue's plans to bring back live music, but at a scaled-down version of the typical Tidball's live music event: https://www.bgdailynews.com/community/silent-for-4-months-tidballs-plans-to-bring-back-live-music/article_99a18343-da26-52ae-9087-f82067ea6a9b.html?fbclid=IwAR3uwlghyO8q4hdR-EhDFBhQFy5uJRt0rgu_KCyhyAbPcqfhs9GwJTY6D_Q
Along with Clayton, Ghost Ranch is Cody Beck, Justin Higdon, Zachary Lindsey, Josh London and Jamie Resch. Local musician Craig Richard Hartland Brown from Sugadaisy, and previously Canago, is a special guest on keys.