Country music singer-songwriter Jason Eady will perform at the Lewisville Grand in March

The Lewisville Grand Theater has announced that country singer-songwriter Jason Eady will perform as part of the Black Box Songwriter Series on Friday, March 11, 2022 at 8 p.m.

Known for his songs about the harder side of life played with heart, soul and a rootsy vibe, Eady’s music combines contemporary country with hints of bluegrass and Americana. This concert will take place in the intimate Black Box Theater in the Grand. Tickets are $20 general admission and can be purchased online at Sales tax and ticket fees are included in the price.

A champion of the Texas honky-tonk tradition, Jason Eady is different from most Lone Star singer-songwriters in one important way: he was born and raised in Mississippi. Eady started performing in local bars at age 14, showing his natural understanding of everything from soul and R&B to blues and country. After independently releasing his debut album From Underneath the Old in 2005, he expanded his touring radius and continued to produce critically acclaimed works, including 2012’s AM Country Heaven, which debuted in the top 40 of the charts. Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Over the years, Eady has also made a name for himself as an unforgettable live performer, sharing stages with artists like Sturgill Simpson, Band of Heathens and Reckless Kelly. A quasi-permanent songwriter who names Haggard Merle, Guy Clarkand willie nelson among his main inspirations, Eady is sure to put on a show that country music fans will never forget.

Effective June 1, 2021, the Lewisville Grand Theater has lifted capacity restrictions imposed by COVID-19 and returned to full attendance capacity for all shows. Masks are not required to enter The Grand, but anyone who feels more comfortable wearing a mask or who has not been fully vaccinated is strongly encouraged to wear one. For more details, visit

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