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Hearts Gone South Album Release Show at The Grey Eagle
May 17 @ 8:00 pm - May 18 @ 8:00 pm$10 adv12
Asheville’s honky tonk darlins, Hearts Gone South,will be releasing their new album, Nothing Left To Burn, on May 17th at The Grey Eagle.
Hearts Gone South play original classic-style country and honky tonk full of heart and soul, laced with wit and woe.
Their sound has been described as “ the sweet spot between vintage country and modern production values — that make the band’s original tunes sound and feel warmly familiar.” – Bill Kopp, author, music journalist, historian, collector, and musician.
Led by vocalist Tricia Tripp, this cast and crew of all star players (JP Parsons,-tele, Casey Saulpaugh – pedal steel, Scott Thomas- drums, and Landon George- bass) bring fire and feeling to the age-old stories of heartbreak, love, and victory for the underdog. From tear-soaked ballads, to heartfelt dance tunes, to twangy barn burners, Hearts Gone South shoots straight from the hip with impassioned vocals, a tight rhythm section, and smoking leads, to hit their target dead on.
A band rooted in a love of old country, and branching out into their own firebrand of the genre, Hearts Gone South will win your heart over with their original country, shining like diamonds in a rhinestone world.
Get ready for a night of fun and dancing, with lots of surprise guests. Tom Pittman of WNCW’s Country Gold will be MC’ing the night, and Vaden Landers Band will open. All pre-sale tix get a free digital download of the new album.