The Ethan Bell Band closes Friday night’s Farmers Day festivities
Chicago’s Ethan Bell Band takes pride in its ability to blur the lines between country, pop, and hip-hop. The band keeps busy on the road, playing over 150 shows a year in clubs, casinos, and festival circuits all over the Midwest and Nashville. Soon they will be making another stop in Jesup as part of the Farmers Day Friday night lineup. Expect them to close the night with a rockin’ great show like they did last year!

The band has been compared to the Zac Brown Band and Florida Georgia Line and has opened for Chase Bryant, The Marshall Tucker Band, Love and Theft, and Dylan Scott. Their mix of instrumental, creative cover mashups and original material promises a fresh and lively show.

The Ethan Bell Band is what happens when retro-pop and country music bump boots in the back of the honky tonk. With bar bashing, boy band belting, flashy stage move dancing, and story telling that your grandma would pass out candy for, Ethan Bell, Eric Smith, Brandon Weber and Jonny Gifford have become known as one of the hardest working bands in the Chicagoland area.

They keep audiences captivated with their mashups of pop, hip hop and country songs that you love from your radio, while swooning you with their romantic ballads and introspective songwriting. They bring a Nashville flavor to Chicago that keeps them busy all year round.

The band is currently making trips back and forth from Nashville, Tennessee as they prepare to put out their next batch of songs in June of 2019, while also grinding away playing anything, anywhere for anyone just to keep the lights on. Whether you’re a fan of their music or just a fan of a good time, The Ethan Bell Band puts on a performance that leaves you wanting more.

They will play at the Pavilion on Friday, June 21 beginning at 9:30 p.m.
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