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Brent Cobb

July 14 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

- $20

You’ve seen him open up for some of the biggest names in music all over the country, but The Shed is bringing him in the way he deserves, as a headliner!

Don’t miss Brent Cobb’s Shed debut on Friday, July 14th!

Brent Cobb follows in the footsteps of his country music heroes with his new gospel album, And Now, Let’s Turn to Page…. By offering eight familiar hymns alongside an original song written with his wife, the collection feels reverent as well as rowdy — and completely in his comfort zone.

Brent cites a near-death experience as the push he needed to finally make And Now, Let’s Turn to Page…. In July 2020, the vehicle he was driving, with his young son inside, got T-boned at a rural four-way stop. That crash made him think about everything that led up to that moment — the fact that he didn’t have his daughter with him because his mother offered to watch her, or that he took a different way to his parents’ house that day, or that he had to turn around and get something he’d forgotten in the house before heading out. “You just start piecing together how everything is sort of intentional,” he says. “And again, I’d always had it in the back of my mind to make a gospel album. That moment of clarity, of almost getting killed, made me think I should just make the gospel album now.”

Throughout And Now, Let’s Turn to Page… Brent’s rich baritone keeps the album focused, though never stiff. Not unlike an altar call, the mood elevates on “We Shall Rise,” a rambunctious tune that would fit neatly into his setlist. A testimony of fellowship is found in the bluegrass gospel staple, “Old Country Church,” which features his father Patrick Cobb’s gospel group, Antioch. In a brief benediction of “Blessed Be the Tie That Binds,” he’s surrounded by the people that matter the most, including his wife, mother, father, and younger sister. And as their harmonies fade, it’s abundantly clear that Brent is more than capable of extending this sacred country music tradition.

“I know what matters to me and what I think I should focus on for my own life, but it might be different for somebody else,” he concludes. “I don’t know a whole lot about anything, but I know that it matters to me to incorporate the way that it all makes me feel, and to try to translate that to other people. And that’s what all of this is — my family, gospel music, and the church. All of it.”

Gates open at 6pm. The support Artist takes the stage at 7:30 pm. Tickets will be available at the gate the day of the show for $5 more than online tickets(+tax and service fee) pending the show is not sold out. No outside food and drinks are permitted. All ticket purchases are final. Refunds and exchanges are not available. 


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July 14
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm


The Shed
1820 W. Lamar Alexander Pkwy
Maryville, TN 37801 United States
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