Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights return to Columbus - WRBL

Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights return to Columbus

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Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights will be returning to Columbus, GA for a headlining performance at The Loft, 1032 Broadway, Columbus, GA 31901 on Friday, October 18th, 2013. 

Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights burst onto the national rock scene in 2010 with their major label debut, PARDON ME. The album produced a top 5 Rock Radio hit with "Gypsy Woman" and earned the band a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC) and rave reviews across for performances across the country including Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits Festival, Summer Fest, VooDoo Experience and Hangout Music Festival. Music from PARDON ME has been picked up by national television shows including: Boardwalk Empire (HBO), C.S.I. Miami (CBS), Friday Night Lights (NBC), College Game Day (ESPN), Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior (CBS) and NASCAR Raceday (Speed Channel) among others.

 Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights are no strangers to the Columbus area. The Dallas, Texas-based band supported ZZ TOP on their national tour in 2010 which came through Columbus on May 5, 2010 at The Columbus Civic Center. The band returned to the area 2 years later to perform on the Broadway Main Stage at the inaugural CutBait Music Festival in Uptown Columbus directly in front of Country Music royalty Shooter Jennings.

 The Neal Lucas Band, which consists of local guitar virtuoso Neal Lucas along with bassist Evan Collins and drummer Steven Thompson, will be performing with Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights for this special event.

Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door as well as online at Showtime is 9:30pm starting with Neal Lucas Band and then Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights.

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