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Yola Artist Image


with very special guest patty griffin

and dustin monk & the hustle
  • Sunday, September 12

  • 6:00pm (5:00pm Doors)

  • St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Stand for Myself, is the anthemic new album from Yola. Produced by Dan Auerbach, the record is a timeless masterpiece marking an idiosyncratic sonic shift, which will defy all expectation. A sophisticated and diverse sonic mix of symphonic soul and classic pop, tracing an expansive musical thread to Yola’s most eclectic musical inspirations. Yola’s inimitable vocals share nuanced stories of allyship, black feminine strength through vulnerability, collective awakening and loving connection from the sexual to the social. Yola declares that it is only when we stand for ourselves, and acknowledge our complexity, that we can be truly alive. For Yola, living is more than merely surviving. LEARN MORE

Patty Griffin Artist Image


Special guest Patty Griffin is among the most consequential singer-songwriters of her generation, a quintessentially American artist whose wide-ranging canon incisively explores the intimate moments and universal emotions that bind us together. Over the course of two decades, the 2x GRAMMY® Award winner – and 7x nominee – has crafted a remarkable body of work in progress that prompted the New York Times to hail her for “[writing] cameo-carved songs that create complete emotional portraits of specific people…[her] songs have independent lives that continue in your head when the music ends.” LEARN MORE

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dustin monk & the hustle

After spending years touring as the front man for a pop punk band called We Still Dream, Dustin Monk decided to part ways and focus on his journey as a singer-songwriter in the blues/southern rock world.

With the release of a solo e.p. and a desire to do bigger things, Dustin ended up catching a break landing a spot on Season 9 of NBC’s hit show “The Voice”, and turned two chairs (Adam Levine and Blake Shelton). Getting to work up close and personal with musical icons such as Adam Levine and John Fogerty, Dustin was able to take all that he had learned back home with him.

Thriving off the heartbeat of southern rock n roll and soul, DM&TH however take inspiration from numerous other genres such as funk, r&b, blues, etc. to form their own sound.


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