Brothers Kristian (Sugarland) and Brandon Bush (Train, Sugarland) play key roles in the music for an original dramatic musical production that will make its world premiere at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre in January.
Set in 1951, Troubadour tells the story of Nashville country music legend Billy Mason (played by country singer Radney Foster) on the brink of retirement, while his soft-spoken son Joe becomes a key figure in a country music revolution. The cross-generational romantic comedy was written by Atlanta’s Janece Shaffer, and is being directed by Susan Booth. Kristian Bush composed the original music and songs, while Brandon is the production’s conductor and music director.
Opening night for Troubadour is January 18th, with performances running through Feb. 12th (selected days have two performances). For tickets and more information, go to alliancetheatre.org/production/troubadour.