Jamey Johnson

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Jamey Johnson, Nashville’s modern-day outlaw who has released two consecutive excellent albums, will perform Dec. 3 at the Fine Line.
Johnson’s “That Lonesome Song” was the darling of critics in 2008 and yielded the hit “In Color.” He returned this year with the double-disc “The Guitar Song,” the most ambitious and impressive album to come out of Nashville in 2010. It reached No. 1 on Billboard’s country chart last month. Johnson also co-wrote the Trace Adkins smash, “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk.”
Johnson’s performance with Keith Anderson is a benefit for Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen’s Homes 4 Wounded Warriors. Tickets, priced at $69 and $125, will go on sale Friday.
In other concert news, Lissie’s gig set for Friday at the Triple Rock has been postponed due to medical reasons, promoters announced late Wednesday. Look for an announcement about a rescheduled date soon.
Other newly announced shows include the Flatlanders (Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock) Nov. 6 and Tina & the B-Sides Dec. 31, both at the Fine Line; and Ike Reilly Assassination on Nov. 24 at First Avenue.