Sat Mar 23 2024

8:00 PM - 11:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

The Southgate House Revival - Revival Room

111 E Sixth Street Newport, KY 41071

$15 adv/$20 dos

Ages 18+

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Bones Owens  

New EP ‘Eighteen Wheeler’ finds Bones Owens in an earnest place, with his melody- driven Americana more cinematic and evocative than ever. 

From its contemplative title track to the swampily ominous standout, “Bring Me Back,” Eighteen Wheeler marks a sophisticated sonic shift that hints at Owens’ sophomore full- length, due in summer 2024. 

A product of his country roots and 90’s alternative rock leanings, Owens cut his teeth crafting songs in middle school garage bands in rural Missouri. This duality still remains, artfully 

illustrated in a persistent refusal to be held to a single lane. Owens’ chameleon-like approach has not only shaped his music but also paved the way for diverse collaborations, spanning from artists such as Yelawolf, Mikky Ekko, and Jelly Roll, to appearing on tours with Kaleo, Koe Wetzel, and Whiskey Myers. 

A pair of self-released solo EPs and a relentless tour schedule attracted the attention of Thirty Tigers (Jason Isbell, Smashing Pumpkins, etc.), who released Bones’ eponymous debut album in 2021. 

While a departure from the more raucous, made-for-the-stage stylings of his debut, throughlines of sincere storytelling and evocative lyricism still permeate Eighteen Wheeler, released by Thirty Tigers on Dec. 1. 

Echoes of Owens’ early folk-driven EPs are clearly present, yet this decidedly delicate and vulnerable six-song record is his most heartfelt and distinctive to date.

Bones Owens

  • Bones Owens

    Bones Owens

    Alternative Country

    New EP ‘Eighteen Wheeler’ finds Bones Owens in an earnest place, with his melody- driven
    Americana more cinematic and evocative than ever.

    From its contemplative title track to the swampily ominous standout, “Bring Me Back,” Eighteen
    Wheeler marks a sophisticated sonic shift that hints at Owens’ sophomore full- length, due in
    summer 2024.

    A product of his country roots and 90’s alternative rock leanings, Owens cut his teeth crafting
    songs in middle school garage bands in rural Missouri. This duality still remains, artfully
    illustrated in a persistent refusal to be held to a single lane.
    Owens’ chameleon-like approach has not only shaped his music but also paved the way for
    diverse collaborations, spanning from artists such as Yelawolf, Mikky Ekko, and Jelly Roll, to
    appearing on tours with Kaleo, Koe Wetzel, and Whiskey Myers.

    A pair of self-released solo EPs and a relentless tour schedule attracted the attention of Thirty
    Tigers (Jason Isbell, Smashing Pumpkins, etc.), who released Bones’ eponymous debut album
    in 2021.

    While a departure from the more raucous, made-for-the-stage stylings of his debut, throughlines
    of sincere storytelling and evocative lyricism still permeate Eighteen Wheeler, released by Thirty
    Tigers on Dec. 1.

    Echoes of Owens’ early folk-driven EPs are clearly present, yet this decidedly delicate and
    vulnerable six-song record is his most heartfelt and distinctive to date.

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Bones Owens

Sat Mar 23 2024 8:00 PM - 11:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

The Southgate House Revival - Revival Room Newport KY
Bones Owens

$15 adv/$20 dos Ages 18+

Bones Owens  

New EP ‘Eighteen Wheeler’ finds Bones Owens in an earnest place, with his melody- driven Americana more cinematic and evocative than ever. 

From its contemplative title track to the swampily ominous standout, “Bring Me Back,” Eighteen Wheeler marks a sophisticated sonic shift that hints at Owens’ sophomore full- length, due in summer 2024. 

A product of his country roots and 90’s alternative rock leanings, Owens cut his teeth crafting songs in middle school garage bands in rural Missouri. This duality still remains, artfully 

illustrated in a persistent refusal to be held to a single lane. Owens’ chameleon-like approach has not only shaped his music but also paved the way for diverse collaborations, spanning from artists such as Yelawolf, Mikky Ekko, and Jelly Roll, to appearing on tours with Kaleo, Koe Wetzel, and Whiskey Myers. 

A pair of self-released solo EPs and a relentless tour schedule attracted the attention of Thirty Tigers (Jason Isbell, Smashing Pumpkins, etc.), who released Bones’ eponymous debut album in 2021. 

While a departure from the more raucous, made-for-the-stage stylings of his debut, throughlines of sincere storytelling and evocative lyricism still permeate Eighteen Wheeler, released by Thirty Tigers on Dec. 1. 

Echoes of Owens’ early folk-driven EPs are clearly present, yet this decidedly delicate and vulnerable six-song record is his most heartfelt and distinctive to date.

Bones Owens

Bones Owens

Alternative Country

New EP ‘Eighteen Wheeler’ finds Bones Owens in an earnest place, with his melody- driven
Americana more cinematic and evocative than ever.

From its contemplative title track to the swampily ominous standout, “Bring Me Back,” Eighteen
Wheeler marks a sophisticated sonic shift that hints at Owens’ sophomore full- length, due in
summer 2024.

A product of his country roots and 90’s alternative rock leanings, Owens cut his teeth crafting
songs in middle school garage bands in rural Missouri. This duality still remains, artfully
illustrated in a persistent refusal to be held to a single lane.
Owens’ chameleon-like approach has not only shaped his music but also paved the way for
diverse collaborations, spanning from artists such as Yelawolf, Mikky Ekko, and Jelly Roll, to
appearing on tours with Kaleo, Koe Wetzel, and Whiskey Myers.

A pair of self-released solo EPs and a relentless tour schedule attracted the attention of Thirty
Tigers (Jason Isbell, Smashing Pumpkins, etc.), who released Bones’ eponymous debut album
in 2021.

While a departure from the more raucous, made-for-the-stage stylings of his debut, throughlines
of sincere storytelling and evocative lyricism still permeate Eighteen Wheeler, released by Thirty
Tigers on Dec. 1.

Echoes of Owens’ early folk-driven EPs are clearly present, yet this decidedly delicate and
vulnerable six-song record is his most heartfelt and distinctive to date.

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

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Ages 18+
limit 10 per person
GA info
$15.00

Delivery Method

Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.