After appearing at the ACA three years ago as a member of Ricky Skaggs’ band Kentucky Thunder, Scott Mulvahill returns Tuesday, March 10 at 7:30PM as the featured performer. The show also features the Rayo Brothers of Lafayette.
Scott Mulvahill is acclaimed for his work alongside icons like Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby and has shared the stage with greats like Alison Krauss, Barry Gibb of the BeeGees, Brad Paisley, Peter Frampton and many more.
In 2018 Lauren Daigle heard him perform in Nashville and as a result Mulvahill subsequently toured with Daigle as part of her Look Up Child tour.
In 2020 a song Mulvahill co-wrote and performed with H.E.R. was featured on her album “I Used to Know Her”, which was nominated for Grammy Album of the Year.
Scott and his band will headline this AcA NXT show after The Rayo Brothers for an intimate and dynamic evening in the James Devin Moncus Theater.
The Rayo Brothers’ latest album “Victim & Villain” was recorded at Dockside Studio with Grammy-winning engineer Tony Daigle and Grammy-winning producer Louis Michot (of Lost Bayou Ramblers) and released in 2019 on Nouveau Electric Records. Glide Magazine says “Victim & Villain” is “one of the most exciting country music releases so far this year.”
Tickets range from $20-35.
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This show is part of the AcA NXT series that showcases national and local emerging artists and aims to build AcA’s next generation of patrons.