|Patty Griffin||Lawrence, KS||Bottleneck||Jan 25, 2014|
|Patty Griffin||Omaha, NE||The Waiting Room Lounge - Nebraska||Jan 26, 2014|
|Patty Griffin||Iowa City, IA||Englert Theatre||Jan 28, 2014|
|Patty Griffin||Madison, WI||High Noon Saloon||Jan 29, 2014|
|Patty Griffin||Milwaukee, WI||Shank Hall||Jan 30, 2014|
|Patty Griffin||Chicago, IL||Metro Smart Bar||Jan 31, 2014|
|Patty Griffin||Bloomington, IN||Buskirk-Chumley Theatre||Feb 04, 2014|
|Patty Griffin||Urbana, IL||Canopy Club||Feb 05, 2014|
|Patty Griffin||Columbia, MO||The Blue Note||Feb 06, 2014|
Though country music was originally performed on a local level or in family or town settings, it eventually found its way into the radio, television, and concert tour businesses. Today, performers like Patty Griffin, Tim McGraw, and Carrie Underwood have huge fan bases and manage to sell out concert halls around the world. These performers use guitars, bass, drums, and even harmonicas or banjos to create a distinctive, twangy, and down-to-earth sound.
Folk music is a traditional form of music that was revived when popular mainstream artists brought back old folk songs. Bob Dylan is one of the performers who is widely credited with reviving the art. Other popular artists include Lynyrd Skynyrd and K.D. Lang. Usually, folk music is rooted deeply into a country's culture and heritage and is passed down from generation to generation. Buy your Patty Griffin tickets from TicketNetwork today and enjoy music that's close to home.