Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires will be the first performers to grace the stage at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville. The concert, which comes in promotion of Isbell’s new Reunions album, will not feature an audience.

The live-streamed performance via FANS will see Isbell and his wife/400 Unit bandmate share the stage for an acoustic performance at the new venue. Brooklyn Bowl Nashville was originally supposed to open with a months-long marathon of concerts that was ultimately canceled due to COVID-19.

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The stream is set to begin on Friday, May 15th at 8 pm ET, the same day that Reunions is out via Southeastern Records/Thirty Tigers. The performance is billed as “celebrating the release of Reunions.” The stream itself free, but there is a suggested donation to Isbell’s road crew as well as the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.

Reunions marks Isbell’s seventh full-length studio album and his fourth alongside The 400 Unit. Isbell said of the record,

There are a lot of ghosts on this album. Sometimes the songs are about the ghosts of people who aren’t around anymore, but they’re also about who I used to be, the ghost of myself. I found myself writing songs that I wanted to write fifteen years ago, but in those days, I hadn’t written enough songs to know how to do it yet. Just now have I been able to pull it off to my own satisfaction.  In that sense it’s a reunion with the me I was back then.

Tune in on Friday, May 15th at 8 pm ET to see Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires celebrate the release of Reunions, hosted by FANS.