By JAMES COOK
TRAVERSE CITY — If he wasn’t in the middle of recording his latest album, guitarist Kenny Olson said he’d make his Sunday, Aug. 14, date at the Southside Hideout in Buckley into a longer trip home.
“I’m looking forward to seeing a lot of friends and family and putting on a good show,” Olson said. “I’m going to make a little trip out of it. I’m going to try to come up there a few days early. I wish I could make it longer.”
As the Kenny Olson Cartel, he’ll be joined on vocals by Chicago native and blues veteran Paris Delane, who also currently resides in Nashville.
Olson’s band will be playing as part of Sunday’s daylong music event at the Hideout’s outside stage. Colt Ford — known for the songs “Chicken and Biscuits” and “Dirt Road Anthem” — is the headliner, with Olson performing right before.