in concert on the lawn at Mallow Run Winery
Saturday, August 5th, 2017
Gates open by 6pm | Music begins at 7pm
Tickets purchased online will be available in will call at the gate, or may be picked up at the winery prior to the concert date.
Advance ticket sales end around 6pm on Friday, August 4th.
Tickets may also be purchased by phone (317-422-1556) or in the tasting room.
In the past five years, Clayton Anderson has managed to do the unthinkable — he’s cracked into
country music backwards, independently, and with a fury. Opening for some of country’s biggest stars including Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans, Lee Brice, Wynonna, Joe Diffie, and Jimmy Buffett, Clayton has put himself on the map the old-fashioned way – playing backrooms, side stages, and honky-tonks from Michigan to Florida, each time gaining a few more fans and a better foothold on areas that aren’t traditional country strongholds.
Growing up in Southern Indiana, Clayton’s influences include music from Elvis Presley to Conway
Twitty, Garth Brooks to Kenny Chesney, Johnny Cash to Eric Church, and Bruce Springsteen to Indiana’s own John Mellencamp. Clayton began playing music as a hobby in college at Indiana University in Bloomington, and after a few years playing locally, Clayton won Kenny Chesney’s Next Big Star competition. At that point, Clayton quit his day job, moved to Nashville and decided to pour his heart and soul into music.
In November 2016, Clayton released a six-song EP, Only To Borrow, that clearly puts him farther
down the road to achieving nationwide success. The album’s first single, “In The Dark”, gained
immediate streaming attention, earning a spot on Spotify’s “New Boots” playlist, and its music video
was premiered by CMT Music in February 2017. Anderson co-wrote five of the EP’s tracks and coproduced four. Some of Nashville’s most talented writers, musicians, singers, and producers made
contributions to the EP. Clayton remarks, “Only To Borrow had a very different start-to-finish journey than my previous two releases. I honestly believe it’s the best work that I’ve done up to this point. Our goal is to get it out to the most folks possible.”
Anderson continues to tour the country, prominently featuring songs from Only To Borrow in
Picnics are welcome, although food trucks will be out on the lawn!
Concert Scheduled for Saturday, August 5th @ 7pm
No refunds or exchanges. This is a rain or shine event. In the case of inclement weather, the show will be cancelled and tickets will become a voucher to any remaining concert during the 2017 Picnic Concert Series.
Children 12 & under are free and do not need a ticket.
Blankets and lawn chairs encouraged. Please, no tents.
No pets allowed during this event.
Only Mallow Run alcohol is permitted,
ALL NON-MALLOW RUN ALCOHOL IS PROHIBITED BY INDIANA LAW.
Please drink responsibly.