Levi Hummon

Palace Theatre – Stamford

Nov 15, 2019
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Levi Hummon was surrounded by music greats; however, it wasn’t until he was studying painting in college that he began to explore his dormant musical talents singing and songwriting – as a way to navigate his life and relationships. He quickly developed his own unique personal sound with the help of his father, GRAMMY-Award winning songwriter Marcus Hummon. Hummon soon found himself working with notable songwriters such as Jimmy Robbins, Shane McAnally, Andrew Dorff, Josh Osborne, Jonathan Singleton, Nathan Barlowe, and more. Hummon also wrote with legendary entertainer Steven Tyler on past hit “Red, White and You.”

With over 25 million streams in less than a year as an independent artist, Hummon has been named one of Entertainment Weekly’s 5 Breaking Artists Now and one of Rolling Stone’s “Artists You Need to Know.” “Stupid, “debuted on Billboard’s Top Country Songs chart and remained for two weeks as the only song by an unsigned artist and was named to Amazon’s m2017 Best of Country Songs list. Hummon’s current single, “Change My Life” is available now and fans can expect a new EP later this fall! For more information, visit www.levihummon.com

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$10.00

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Palace Theatre – Stamford
61 Atlantic St
Stamford, CT 06901

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