Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

Sat Sep 14 2024

7:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Marathon Music Works

1402 Clinton St Nashville, TN 37203

$49.83 - $91.75

All Ages

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• Floor [Prices include ALL fees]
     - Advance
          • Online: $49.83
          • At Box Office: $38.63
     - Day Of Show
          • Online: $55.75
          • At Box Office: $43.78

• Lux Loft​ [Prices include ALL fees]
     - Advance
          • Online: $91.75
          • At Box Office: $77.25
     - Day Of Show
          • Online: $97.00
          • At Box Office: $82.40
 
The Box Office at Marathon Music Works is open every Friday from 10am-4pm.

Address: 1402 Clinton St. Nashville, TN 37203

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PLEASE NOTE - Marathon Music Works is a cashless venue. Only debit or credit cards are accepted at our bars, box office and guest services window. Please plan accordingly.
 
PLEASE RIDESHARE - Parking is limited around the venue. We strongly recommend using rideshare apps like Uber or Lyft for transportation to and from the venue. There is a designated rideshare pick up / drop off location near the entrance for your convenience.

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Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

  • Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

    Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

    Alternative Rock

    Singer/songwriter Frank Turner turned his attention to folkier acoustic music after the demise of his hardcore outfit . Since then, he's transformed himself into an internationally successful, award-winning singer and songwriter of consequential folk-punk-pop rebel songs, covering topics like atheism, sexism, excessive drinking, and the power of rock & roll. Drawing press comparisons to  and  among others, Turner nonetheless occupies a niche of his own in British popular music. Making his Top 200 debut with 2011's England Keep My Bones, Turner's sound on successive albums has expanded to embrace various rock and pop influences without blunting his lyrical voice. 2013's Tape Deck Heart entered the Top 50, and by the time he released the almost-mainstream Be More Kind in 2018, Turner was selling out concerts on both sides of the Atlantic well in advance. 2024's Undefeated saw him returning to independent labels while sounding bold and as committed as ever.

    Born in Bahrain in 1981, Turner was educated at Eton College in England. His first foray into the world of punk and rock in the band Kneejerk came to an end in 2000, and he soon found himself joining up with . Over the course of that band's four-year lifespan,  released two critically lauded albums, but called it a day in 2005. Turner decided to explore a different world after , focusing on his love of folk and country, with acoustic guitar the guiding force. Getting a deal with , he was able to release his first EP, Campfire Punkrock, in 2006. Critically well-received, the EP led to a full-length album in January of 2007, Sleep Is for the Week, which was also a critical hit and a moderate success saleswise.

    While filling in just about all of his free time with touring, Turner kept recording, and released the EP The Real Damage and a DVD, All About the Destination, in 2007. His next album, Love Ire & Song, was released in the midst of more live appearances in March of 2008. Turner's label signed a distribution deal with  in the United States in late 2008, which released Poetry of the Deed in September 2009, his first release stateside. In addition,  reissued Love Ire & Song in the U.S. Later that year, Turner released a stellar solo acoustic cover of 's "Thunder Road" as a single on , and followed it with the album England Keep My Bones in June of 2011. In 2012, Turner released Last Minutes & Lost Evenings, a handpicked 15-track collection of album cuts and rarities intended to introduce the fiery Englishman to an American audience. It was followed in 2013 by his fifth studio album, the Burbank, California-recorded Tape Deck Heart. Later in the year he released the brief ten-song Buddies EP in collaboration with songwriter . In 2014, Turner released a compilation, The Third Three Years, which followed two previous collections -- The First Three Years (2009) and The Second Three Years (2012) -- and collected demos, rarities, and cover versions. In 2015, he returned with Positive Songs for Negative People, a collection of all-new material. Two years later, he celebrated the tenth anniversary of his debut solo album with the career-spanning retrospective Songbook, which included re-recorded versions of some of his most popular songs.

    Buoyed by the political state of the world in 2017, Turner returned to the studio to record what would be his seventh studio album. Its title is based on a line from a Clive James poem called Leçons des Ténèbres, first published in The New Yorker in 2013. The line in the poem that inspired the title reads: "I should have been more kind. It is my fate. To find this out, but find it out too late." It was recorded in Texas and produced by Austin Jenkins and Joshua Block (ex- and ) and  collaborator Charlie Hugall. A music video for the title cut was released to YouTube in February 2018. The set's first proper single, "Blackout," was released in March with the full-length following at the beginning of May. The album peaked inside the first half of the Top 200 and at number eight on the Alternative Albums chart. Never one to rest on his laurels, Turner released the Don't Worry EP that included the title track (previously included on Be More Kind), a reworked version of "Little Changes," and two new songs; it charted inside the Top 25 on numerous streaming charts. He published the book Try This at Home: Adventures in Songwriting in March. It focuses on stories surrounding various songs released throughout his career. He supported the book's publication with bookstore signings and solo shows.

    Turner announced the album No Man's Land on his social media accounts in June 2019, revealing the title and its theme, which was to celebrate the lives and stories of historical women. It was produced by Catherine Marks (, , ) and he was backed by an all-female band. Turner also announced a companion 13-episode podcast, Tales from No Man's Land, that began in July; each episode detailed stories contained within the songs and shared anecdotes about the recording process. The first single, "Sister Rosetta," and its accompanying podcast episode were released on July 3, 2019. The song's lyrics offer a story of gospel singer/songwriter and guitarist , who deeply influenced early rockers such as , , and . The song's podcast episode was co-hosted with musician and songwriter , who discussed 's legacy. The full-length was released in August 2019. In 2020, Turner embarked on a split album with punk outfit . Titled West Coast vs. Wessex, the July LP saw both artists cover five of each other's songs, with Turner opting for 's "Bob" as a preview single. Turner quickly followed up the release with a second installment of his Buddies collaboration with , but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Buddies, Vol. 2: Still Buddies was recorded remotely between the two with Turner mixing and mastering the release himself.

    In 2021, Turner started work on new material that would form his ninth studio album. Having experimented with electronics and historical folk, he decided to return to his hardcore roots, with the material taking on a more aggressive sound. FTHC was preceded by the singles "The Gathering" and "Haven't Been Doing So Well" before being issued in early 2022. After nearly ten years of being associated with  and , Turner and his  label went independent prior to the release of 2024's Undefeated, freeing him from any creative interference. An impassioned mix of punk, pop, contemporary folk, and Celtic influences, Undefeated was cut at Turner's home studio with backing from his road band the Sleeping Souls. ~ Chris True, Rovi
  • Bridge City Sinners

    Bridge City Sinners

    Folk

    From the misty, pine-covered hills of the Pacific Northwest hail the Bridge City Sinners, who span the continuum from prohibition era jazz to Appalachian death folk. This traditional string band line up bends the meaning of the word genre, Playing festivals from Punk Rock Bowling, to Muddy Roots, to Oregon’s Bluegrass String Summit. They started their journey by busking on sidewalks across the country and  now this supergroup of musicians find themselves on the national tour circuit. The Sinners still hold true to the DIY mentality of putting albums out on a self made record label, Flail Records. They recently hit #70 on the Billboard charts, top current album sales, for the week of September 4th 2021 for their album “Unholy Hymns”.  With talented musicianship and a punk as f***! live show, this is one band you don’t want to miss.
  • Bedouin Soundclash

    Bedouin Soundclash

    Alternative Rock

    Canadian indie rock and reggae royalty Bedouin Soundclash took a creative hiatus after climbing to the pinnacle of the Canadian music industry, and now they're back better than ever to continue the next chapter in their singular genre-defying career – a career which has seen them celebrated at home and abroad with JUNO awards, Top 10 radio hits, and international tours with No Doubt, Ben Harper, The Interrupters, and Thievery Corporation. This year Bedouin Soundclash return with a brand new album titled We Will Meet in a Hurricane, OUT NOW on Dine Alone Records.

    Formed nearly two decades ago and named after Israeli dub artist/producer Badawi’s 1996 release, Bedouin Soundclash debuted in 2001 with the album Root Fire. Their acclaimed sophomore release Sounding a Mosaic (2004) featured the hit single, “When the Night Feels My Song” and was produced by legendary punk-hardcore royalty Darryl Jenifer of Bad Brains. This earned Bedouin Soundclash their first JUNO Award in 2006 for Canada’s Best New Group. Their follow-up album, Street Gospels (2007) also produced by Jenifer, earned a “Pop Album of the Year” nomination and “Video of the Year” nomination for the single “Walls Fall Down” at the 2008 JUNO’s as well as three Much Music Video Award nominations for their video for “Until We Burn in the Sun” in 2009. 

    In 2010, the band released their fourth studio album, Light the Horizon, that included the singles “Mountain Top”, “Elongo” and “Brutal Hearts” – the latter featuring French-Canadian singer-songwriter Coeur de pirate. The album was produced with technical and theory-based precision by legendary deep house DJ and Philadelphia-based musicologist King Britt.

    In 2019, after a nine-year hiatus, the band re-emerged to release their fifth studio album MASS, produced by King Britt and Bedouin Soundclash. The album was a powerful experience that spanned two communities, recorded in New Orleans with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and in Vancouver at the St. James Church with the children of the St. James Music Academy.
     

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[21+ ONLY] An upgraded general admission ticket that includes: exclusive access to the elevated platform with side-stage view, limited cocktail tables & stools, private restroom & a general admission ticket. *Not Wheelchair accessible
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Absolutely no refunds - no exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to change. Any ticket suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be canceled at the discretion of Marathon Music Works and/or Ticketweb. Valid government-issued photo ID required for entry to age-restricted events. Tickets available at the door (if not sold out). No re-entry. Physical tickets available at the box office.

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

Sat Sep 14 2024 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Marathon Music Works Nashville TN
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

$49.83 - $91.75 All Ages

Ticket Prices

• Floor [Prices include ALL fees]
     - Advance
          • Online: $49.83
          • At Box Office: $38.63
     - Day Of Show
          • Online: $55.75
          • At Box Office: $43.78

• Lux Loft​ [Prices include ALL fees]
     - Advance
          • Online: $91.75
          • At Box Office: $77.25
     - Day Of Show
          • Online: $97.00
          • At Box Office: $82.40
 
The Box Office at Marathon Music Works is open every Friday from 10am-4pm.

Address: 1402 Clinton St. Nashville, TN 37203

--
PLEASE NOTE - Marathon Music Works is a cashless venue. Only debit or credit cards are accepted at our bars, box office and guest services window. Please plan accordingly.
 
PLEASE RIDESHARE - Parking is limited around the venue. We strongly recommend using rideshare apps like Uber or Lyft for transportation to and from the venue. There is a designated rideshare pick up / drop off location near the entrance for your convenience.

Need an Access Code? Sign up for our newsletter to get new show announcements, exclusive presale codes, rental discounts and more. Sign up HERE.

*Presale codes are usually sent out on Thursdays at 10am as part of our weekly newsletter. 

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All Ages
limit 8 per person

Prices include all fees. Any applicable taxes will be added at checkout.

Floor [Prices include ALL fees]
General Admission - Standing Room Only
Floor - Regular
$49.83
Lux Loft [Prices include ALL fees]
[21+ ONLY] An upgraded general admission ticket that includes: exclusive access to the elevated platform with side-stage view, limited cocktail tables & stools, private restroom & a general admission ticket. *Not Wheelchair accessible
Lux Loft - Regular
$91.75

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

Absolutely no refunds - no exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to change. Any ticket suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be canceled at the discretion of Marathon Music Works and/or Ticketweb. Valid government-issued photo ID required for entry to age-restricted events. Tickets available at the door (if not sold out). No re-entry. Physical tickets available at the box office.