Pryor & Lee
August 20 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$25.00
Seating: We assign seats in order of when you purchase your tickets. All reservations are subject to a food and drink minimum of $13 per guest.
COVID-19 Policies: As live music reopens across the country, we, along with other venues, are prioritizing the health and wellness of our guests and staff while closely monitoring all government guidelines and recommendations regarding the spread of infectious disease. We anticipate having limited venue capacity and requiring face coverings for all staff and guests for the foreseeable future. Additionally, tickets will only be available for parties of 2 or larger, due to social distancing restrictions.
Box Office: The Tin Pan charges lower fees for box office versus online sales. Our box office is open Mon-Fri 12PM-5PM. Please visit us during those hours or call 804-447-8189.
Black River Entertainment recording artists Pryor Baird and Kaleb Lee first met in 2018 as contestants on Season 14 of The Voice. Now teaming up as a duo called Pryor & Lee, the men introduced themselves to the country genre with debut single and feel-good arena anthem “Y’allsome.” Penned by ace songwriters Rhett Akins, Marv Green and JT Harding, the boot stomping ode to country fans exemplifies Pryor & Lee’s fun side and dynamic live show.
In December 2019, the pair split the bill for a studio session to record “Blame Me,” a hard-hitting country tune that has a man owning up to his faults. Black River heard the song and quickly signed the men to a record deal in January 2020. “You pray for times like that in your life where a door will open and it’s obvious,” Baird says. New songs like heartfelt ballad “Good Ol’ Dogs and God” and light-hearted “Carry On” further showcase Pryor & Lee’s versatility. On the latter Pryor & Lee urge listeners to “Carry on, who cares what the naysayers say.” It’s a motto they personally relate to.
Pryor & Lee look up to acts like Brooks & Dunn and Montgomery Gentry for their authentic lifestyle, vivid storytelling and deep-seeded country roots. Not unlike Brooks & Dunn — who also formed as a duo after pursuing solo careers — Pryor & Lee has carved out a path of its own with a distinct throwback country vibe and unmistakable talent.
“One thing I think we collectively learned is we would not trade any of the last 10 years,” Lee says. “It’s prepared me for being in a duo now. We really know who we are, and we feel like we have a good handle on the music that Pryor & Lee should put out.”