Headliners Announced For TMMR; Paul Cauthen, Nikki Lane, Elvie Shane and Whey Jennings



January 17, 2022 – (Nashville, TN) – The state’s largest “moto & music” festival, Tennessee Motorcycles & Music Revival’s Sixth annual festivities are returning to Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, just an hour west of Nashville on May 18 – 21, 2023. This year’s headliners include Paul Cauthen, who boosts a rich, resonant, bass-leaning tenor dubbed Big Velvet, “The First Lady of Outlaw Country” Nikki Lane, chart-topping singer/songwriter Elvie Shane, and heir of the original outlaw family Whey Jennings.

Public early bird tickets available now. Buy tickets here.

Hipsters to retirees and everyone in between will enjoy Harley-Davidson® demo rides, motorcycle races, trail riding, vendors and the twist that makes it “Nashville”—plenty of live music on stage and by creekside and all over the ranch at the Harley-Davidson® sponsored event. In addition to the aforementioned headliners, TMMR is bringing in a host of other artists including Rob Lienes, who recently toured with Dwight Yoakam, War Hippies, a rising country duo currently touring with Travis Tritt, El Dorodo, some of who may look familiar as members Tyler Childers’ band, The Food Stamps, but is a honky Tonk endeavor all of their own, Booray, Chris Garner, Jericho Rose, Lulu and The Black Sheep. There will also be a specific tribute to the late Loretta Lynn featuring Tayla Lynn, Ernie Lynn, Emmy Russell, Summer Dean, Rob Lienes, Coal Miner’s Band and more.

The must-attend event for motorcycle and music lovers alike also boosts a two-wheeled playground featuring thrilling stunt shows, bike shows, field games, motorcycle racing and off-road trail riding. The BC Moto Invitational, a custom motorcycle showcase, features select craftsmen displaying some of the country’s best custom motorcycles.

For music lovers, it’s paradise staying on the late Queen of Country’s ranch, enjoying headliners, singer-songwriters and emerging artists play late into the night.

Winner of Cycle Source Magazine’s Readers Choice Event 2021, TMMR encourages attendees to camp at the ranch for the most immersive experience—three campgrounds serve campers, RV’ers and glampers, and there are many hotels nearby.

Guests can also tour the museums and shops in the ranch’s Western Town. The ranch is located at 8000 Highway 13 South in Hurricane Mills, TN 37078. See the TMMR website for more information,

About Paul Cauthen
Paul Cauthen is a singer, songwriter, entertainer and proud son of Tyler, Texas. His most recent release, Country Coming Down, was highlighted in Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, and Garden and Gun amongst others. The #2 album on iTunes’ Top Country Albums Chart upon release, it was widely considered one of the best country albums of the year. He has garnered over 110 million career Streams to date – including over 13 million album streams.

About Nikki Lane
Raised as a Baptist in Greenville, South Carolina, Lane discovered music as an outlet for creative expression at an early age, dropping out of school at 17 to move to Los Angeles, then New York, and then Nashville to launch her songwriting career. She has released three albums—her 2011 debut Walk of Shame, 2014’s All or Nothin’ and Highway Queen from 2017. Aside from steadily releasing new music of her own and touring the world, she was featured on “Breaking Up Slowly” on Lana Del Rey’s 2021 album Chemtrails Over the Country Club and contributed to Spiritualized’s Everything Was Beautiful.

About Elvie Shane 
A native of small-town Kentucky, early touchstones like Dwight Yoakam, Steve Earle and John Fogerty joined Wheelhouse Records’ Elvie Shane’s Gospel roots to form the bedrock of his taste – along with R&B classics like The Temptations and modern superstars like Eminem. Shane has celebrated multiple milestones with his hit single “My Boy” topping the charts at country radio and being certified PLATINUM by the RIAA. “My Boy” is taken from Shane’s debut full length album BACKSLIDER. Shane co-wrote the set that embodies the crunchy hooks of classic rock, the nostalgia of country music as well as the emotional electricity of Gospel and R&B. Critics were quick to praise the cohesive set with the album landing on 2021 “Best Of” lists including Billboard, Rolling Stone and Nashville Scene. “If you listen to just one major-label debut by a dude this year, consider Elvie Shane’s” declared Rolling Stone, while Stereogum noted the record “forces you to rethink anything you think you know, or assume, about the genre’s Music Row bros.” Billboard also determined Shane is “making the case for a new mainstay in country music.” The singer/songwriter undertook his first-ever headlining run this year, with his MY KINDA TROUBLE TOUR marking some of Shane’s first live performances of BACKSLIDER. Shane’s picture-based lyrics and knack for storytelling has led to opening slots on the road with Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Toby Keith, Brothers Osborne, Brooks & Dunn and Lady A, to name a few.

About Whey Jennings 
A man on his own journey, but part of an incredible line of country music heritage. Grandson of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, Whey has talent running through his veins and storytelling in his soul. His voice is both nostalgic and uniquely his own. His debut EP If It Wasn’t For The Sinnin’ is out now.l

About TMMR:
The Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival is a unique, four-day event held in central Tennessee that’s all about motorcycles, music, camaraderie and the outdoors. It is held at the majestic 3,500 acre Loretta Lynn’s Ranch & Campground just an hour west of Nashville. TMMR is presented by Harley-Davidson® and produced in partnership by the Loretta Lynn family and R&R Promotions, a specialty agency with decades of motorcycle event promotions and deep ties in the national motorcycle family.