Sun Nov 11 2018

8:30 PM (Doors 7:30 PM)

Soul Kitchen

219 Dauphin St. Mobile, AL 36602

All Ages

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With Brooks Hubbert opening.

 

Doors open at 730 and showtime 830.

 

Tickets are $10 in adv and $13 day of show (if avail).  Anyone under 21 pays $5 sur charge at the door.

 

Get adv tickets starting Friday Aug 3rd at www.soulkitchenmobile.com or by calling 866.777.8932.

 

Under 18 with a parent.

 

Performing as part of the Law Offices of Alexander Shunnarah & Assoc Concert Series

Billy Strings

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    Billy Strings

    Bluegrass

    Billy Strings plays hard and he lives hard, picking so fast and intensely that he’s known to break multiple strings per song, and basing the songs he writes on the hard lives he grew up around in the abandoned rural communities of America. His new album, Turmoil & Tinfoil, taps into a deep vein of psychedelia in Americana, referencing everything from the Dead to Sturgill Simpson, but all underlaid by Billy’s undeniable virtuosity and his knowledge of the roots of American music. He’s one of the most beloved young bluegrass guitarists today within the bluegrass community, and his front porch in East Nashville is constantly filled up with Nashville’s best roots musicians just picking up a storm. 

    The tricky part of making the new album, Turmoil & Tinfoil, was translating Billy Strings’ incendiary live show into the studio. Returning to his home state of Michigan, Billy enlisted acoustic roots wizard Glenn Brown (Greensky Bluegrass) as producer, and centered the music around his new band, featuring Drew Matulich on mandolin with banjo prodigy Billy Failing and much-loved Nashville bassist Brad Tucker. Rich with special guests, Turmoil & Tinfoil shows off Billy’s East Nashville community of picking friends, among them Miss Tess, Molly Tuttle, John Mailander, Shad Cobb and Peter Madcat Ruth. Of special note is a virtuosic duet between Billy and bluegrass guitarist Bryan Sutton on “Salty Sheep” that shows the speed, precision, and creative craftsmanship of bluegrass when it’s done right.

     

Billy Strings

Sun Nov 11 2018 8:30 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

Soul Kitchen Mobile AL
Billy Strings
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

All Ages

With Brooks Hubbert opening.

 

Doors open at 730 and showtime 830.

 

Tickets are $10 in adv and $13 day of show (if avail).  Anyone under 21 pays $5 sur charge at the door.

 

Get adv tickets starting Friday Aug 3rd at www.soulkitchenmobile.com or by calling 866.777.8932.

 

Under 18 with a parent.

 

Performing as part of the Law Offices of Alexander Shunnarah & Assoc Concert Series

Billy Strings

Billy Strings

Bluegrass

Billy Strings plays hard and he lives hard, picking so fast and intensely that he’s known to break multiple strings per song, and basing the songs he writes on the hard lives he grew up around in the abandoned rural communities of America. His new album, Turmoil & Tinfoil, taps into a deep vein of psychedelia in Americana, referencing everything from the Dead to Sturgill Simpson, but all underlaid by Billy’s undeniable virtuosity and his knowledge of the roots of American music. He’s one of the most beloved young bluegrass guitarists today within the bluegrass community, and his front porch in East Nashville is constantly filled up with Nashville’s best roots musicians just picking up a storm. 

The tricky part of making the new album, Turmoil & Tinfoil, was translating Billy Strings’ incendiary live show into the studio. Returning to his home state of Michigan, Billy enlisted acoustic roots wizard Glenn Brown (Greensky Bluegrass) as producer, and centered the music around his new band, featuring Drew Matulich on mandolin with banjo prodigy Billy Failing and much-loved Nashville bassist Brad Tucker. Rich with special guests, Turmoil & Tinfoil shows off Billy’s East Nashville community of picking friends, among them Miss Tess, Molly Tuttle, John Mailander, Shad Cobb and Peter Madcat Ruth. Of special note is a virtuosic duet between Billy and bluegrass guitarist Bryan Sutton on “Salty Sheep” that shows the speed, precision, and creative craftsmanship of bluegrass when it’s done right.