Fast-rising songwriter Sarah Shook playing Tampa show ahead of Outlaw Country cruise

She and her band the Disarmer are at Crowbay in February.

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Sarah Shook & the Disarmers
National touring acts are slowly making their way back to Florida, and Sarah Shook wants in on the action.

The North Carolina-based fast-rising songwriter is set to sail on the Outlaw Country Cruise leaving Miami, but she'll make a stop in Tampa on the way down.

Tickets to see Sarah Shook & the Disarmers play Crowbar in Ybor City, Florida on Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. are on sale now for $12-$15. Tampa's very own Will Quinlan, backed by the Holy Slow Train, plays support. The date is the only Florida stop on the 36-year-old's spring tour.
To celebrate, Shook released a new video for "No Mistakes" from a forthcoming new album, Nightroamer, produced by Grammy-winner Pete Anderson (Dwight Yoakam, k.d. lang) and due Feb 18 via Thirty Tigers. In the clip, Shook, who owns one of the most unmistakable vocals in modern country, takes viewers to the honky-tonk then tells all the bad partners out there to get a damn grip and grow the hell up.

"If you’ve been mistreating your partner, quit pretending they’re the problem," Shook, who played Crowbar in 2019, said in a release. "Own up to your shit. Apologize, mean it, work hard on yourself. Hope like hell they give you another chance but know they don’t owe it to you.”
Location Details

Crowbar - Tampa

1812 17th Street North, Tampa Tampa

(813) 241-8600

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