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Derek Calvin and the All Nighters 

Book Derek Calvin and the All Nighters 

Derek Calvin and the All Nighters hail from the Red Dirt music scene based in Manhattan, KS. While each the the 5 members have "cut their teeth" with several bands throughout their musical careers, this current lineup seems to have that "certain something" that makes almost any genre, from driving Southern rock to old-timey Bluegrass look easy. There's really no style they can't pull off. Currently putting together an EP for an early 2024 release has taken much of their time when they aren't performing live. Their opening submission "Do Me Wrong" can be found on all the streaming music platforms. With over 50 combined openings for major touring acts such as Chris LeDoux, Kenny Chesney, Pecos and the Rooftops, etc... , Derek and the fellas have one goal in mind - ENTERTAIN. One publication called them "the most professional, steadiest act to perform in the series this summer." Derek Calvin and the All Nighters are pure professionals that get the party started and keep it there until the promoter or doorman tells you, "It's time to go home, pal." 


song list

Anywhere but Here - Cross Canadian Ragweed
Tulsa Time – Don Williams
Folsom Prism – Johnny Cash
Easton and Main – Turnpike Troubadours
Empty Glass – Stoney Larue/Randy Rogers
Here’s a Quarter – Travis Trit
Big City Lights – Original
Alabama - Cross Canadian Ragweed
White House Road – Tyler Childers
Right Where I need to be – Gary Allen
Oklahoma Breakdown – Stoney Larue
In Color – Jamey Johnson
Outside of Wichita - Original
Song I Can Drink To - Koe Wetzel
Bar Guitar Honky Tonk Crowd - Whiskey Myers
Something to talk about – Koe Wetzel
Long Hair Country Boy – Cody Johnson version
Pride and Joy – Stevie Ray Vaugh
Cant You See – Marshall Tucker Band
Hurricane – Band of Heathens
Fuss and Fight – Koe Wetzel
Pickin Wild Flowers – Keith Anderson
Feb 28 th 2016 – Koe Wetzel
Charleston Girl - Tyler Childers
Feathered Indians – Tyler Childers
Good Lord Lorrie – Turnpike Troubadours
Wear My Wring – Bart Crow
Boys from Oklahoma – Cross Canadian Ragweed
7&7 – Turnpike Troubadours
Play Something Country – Brooks and Dunn
Do me wrong - Original
Boot Scoo�n Boogie – Brooks and Dunn
Should’ve Been a Cowboy – Toby Keith
Ole Red – Blake Shelton
Fising in the Dark – Nity Grity Dirt Band
Friends in Low Places – Garth Brooks
Bury My Bones – Whiskey Myers
Turn It Up – Whiskey Myers
For What It’s Worth – Tab Benoit
Southbound 35 – Pat Green
You Should Probably Leave – Chris Stapleton
DLTGYD – Read Southall Band
Undone – The Statesboro Revue
Easy On the Eyes – Texas Hill

Shine Out – Kody West
Something Beter – The Dirt Dri�ers
Long White Line – Sturgill Simpson
Brooklyn Kid - Cross Canadian Ragweed
Frogman – Whiskey Myers
Midnight Train To Memphis – Chris Stapleton
Every Girl - Turnpike Troubadours
Steady At the Wheel – Shooter Jennings

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