Girls Guns and Glory

Wed Sep 27 2017

6:30 PM

Woodlands Tavern

1200 West Third Avenue Columbus, OH 43212

All Ages

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Ward Hayden - Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals

Josh Kiggans - Drum Kit

Paul Dilley - Upright & Electric Bass, Vocals

Cody Nilsen-Lead Guitar, Vocals

 

Love and Protest: two concepts that seldom go hand in hand. Until you think about it a while.

 

That’s what singer, guitarist and songwriter Ward Hayden did as he began mapping out plans for Girls Guns & Glory’s next album, which happens to be called Love and Protest.

 

“That title sums up this album and it sums me up very well too,” he says. “We’ve done 10 years of touring, living, learning and growing, maturing and developing a broader world view, a view outside of the small town where I grew up.”

 

That decade began with Hayden and several like-minded musicians getting together. Their love for early rock ’n’ roll, true country, raw blues and pretty much any kind of authentic American music branded them quickly as anomalous — and electrifying. Since that time they’ve barnstormed far beyond their Boston hometown, playing honky-tonks, beer joints and more recently concert venues throughout the U.S. They’ve amassed a loyal legion of fans along the way. The media have noticed too, including Rolling Stone, which heralds them as a “modern-day Buddy Holly plus Dwight Yoakam divided by the Mavericks.”

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Girls Guns and Glory

Wed Sep 27 2017 6:30 PM

Woodlands Tavern Columbus OH
Girls Guns and Glory
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All Ages

Ward Hayden - Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals

Josh Kiggans - Drum Kit

Paul Dilley - Upright & Electric Bass, Vocals

Cody Nilsen-Lead Guitar, Vocals

 

Love and Protest: two concepts that seldom go hand in hand. Until you think about it a while.

 

That’s what singer, guitarist and songwriter Ward Hayden did as he began mapping out plans for Girls Guns & Glory’s next album, which happens to be called Love and Protest.

 

“That title sums up this album and it sums me up very well too,” he says. “We’ve done 10 years of touring, living, learning and growing, maturing and developing a broader world view, a view outside of the small town where I grew up.”

 

That decade began with Hayden and several like-minded musicians getting together. Their love for early rock ’n’ roll, true country, raw blues and pretty much any kind of authentic American music branded them quickly as anomalous — and electrifying. Since that time they’ve barnstormed far beyond their Boston hometown, playing honky-tonks, beer joints and more recently concert venues throughout the U.S. They’ve amassed a loyal legion of fans along the way. The media have noticed too, including Rolling Stone, which heralds them as a “modern-day Buddy Holly plus Dwight Yoakam divided by the Mavericks.”

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