Josh Gallagher, Johnny Ringo, The Bass Brothers, Ben Danaher

Wed May 23 2018

6:30 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

3rd and Lindsley

818 3rd Ave. S Nashville, TN 37210

All Ages

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Nashville, Tennessee — Fans of Josh Gallagher need wait no longer for the popular singer/songwriter to hit the country airwaves, as his debut single “How Bout You” was released this week. Written by Gallagher with Will Duvall & Mark Addison Chandler, the new track is currently available at iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Amazon Music.

“’How Bout You’ is all about a breakup that everyone has gone through,” said Gallagher. “It’s that face, that front you put on during a breakup where you have to act like you’re perfectly fine but on the inside you’re losing your mind over it.”

Producer/songwriter/musician and multi-GRAMMY Award-winning engineer Chad Carlson produced “How Bout You” and is currently working on Gallagher’s debut album.

A native of Cresson, Pennsylvania – pop. 1,600 – about 80 miles east of Pittsburgh, Gallagher moved to Nashville in 2014. He gained national notoriety on season 11 of “The Voice,” being coached by both Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. A fan favorite every week, Gallagher won the hearts of millions and built a fan base across the world with his impressive vocals.

Country music legend, Garth Brooks, is included in those fascinated by the vocals and talent of Gallagher. Brooks advised Gallagher on the set of “The Voice.” “This kid, as soon as he opens his mouth – you believe him,” said Brooks, as he insisted, “If I’m a manager, if I’m a producer, if I’m a record label – that’s the guy I want because he has the career in front of him. This whole world is going to be listening to you for a long time. You’ve got it.”

No grass grew under Gallagher’s feet after the show, as he hit the road and racked up over 200 shows in the last year.

Josh Gallagher plus Johnny Ringo with The Bass Brothers and Ben Danaher

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    Josh Gallagher

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  • Johnny Ringo

    Johnny Ringo

    Country

  • The Bass Brothers

    The Bass Brothers

    Country

  • Ben Danaher

    Ben Danaher

    Singer-Songwriter

    “You can hurt and still feel lucky,” Ben Danaher sings on the title track of his deeply personal debut album, ‘Still Feel Lucky.’ Coming from any other songwriter, it might sound like a simple platitude, but in Danaher’s hands, it’s something far more profound, a moment of true enlightenment in the face of unimaginable tragedy. Years of pain are wrapped up in his delivery, but still he commits to the hope and the beauty inherent in the darkness. It’s a monumental task, but one the Huffman, Texas native handles with a tenacious grace on an album that, despite being born in the fires of struggle and loss, manages to forge its own path toward peace, growth, and even joy.

     

    Drawing on the influence of legendary troubadours like Guy Clark, Rodney Crowell, and Townes Van Zandt, Danaher first made a name for himself as a songwriter in Texas before relocating to Nashville. Along the way, he shared bills with Ray Wylie Hubbard, Jack Ingram, Angaleena Presley, Rhett Miller, Travis Meadows, and Amanda Shires, in addition to co-writing songs for Ryan Beaver, Bonnie Bishop, Rob Baird, and Justin Halpin among others. For his own songs, Danaher collaborated with some of Nashville fastest-rising stars, including Maren Morris, on material that blended classic country tradition with modern rock and roll sensibilities.

     

    Recorded live and raw with his touring band, ‘Still Feel Lucky’ showcases Danaher’s hard-won wisdom and cinematic storytelling, capturing slices of life with a candid honesty that cut straight to the heart of things. Danaher lost his brother to murder and his father to cancer in short succession, and while many of the songs draw from that well of pain and loss, the music is anything but self-pitying. These are songs of revelation and redemption, reflecting a maturity and an acceptance that can only come with time and perspective. Writing the album was a therapeutic process for Danaher, an opportunity to make sense of the inexplicable, but it was also a chance to respond to the universe with love and gratitude despite all he’s been through.

     

    “You can go through hell and get completely hardened up, but there’s always going to be this human part of you that can still feel lucky and grateful for all the good that’s in your life,” he concludes. “No matter how difficult things get, in the end, there’s always hope.”

Josh Gallagher plus Johnny Ringo with The Bass Brothers and Ben Danaher

Wed May 23 2018 6:30 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

3rd and Lindsley Nashville TN
Josh Gallagher, Johnny Ringo, The Bass Brothers, Ben Danaher
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All Ages

Nashville, Tennessee — Fans of Josh Gallagher need wait no longer for the popular singer/songwriter to hit the country airwaves, as his debut single “How Bout You” was released this week. Written by Gallagher with Will Duvall & Mark Addison Chandler, the new track is currently available at iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Amazon Music.

“’How Bout You’ is all about a breakup that everyone has gone through,” said Gallagher. “It’s that face, that front you put on during a breakup where you have to act like you’re perfectly fine but on the inside you’re losing your mind over it.”

Producer/songwriter/musician and multi-GRAMMY Award-winning engineer Chad Carlson produced “How Bout You” and is currently working on Gallagher’s debut album.

A native of Cresson, Pennsylvania – pop. 1,600 – about 80 miles east of Pittsburgh, Gallagher moved to Nashville in 2014. He gained national notoriety on season 11 of “The Voice,” being coached by both Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. A fan favorite every week, Gallagher won the hearts of millions and built a fan base across the world with his impressive vocals.

Country music legend, Garth Brooks, is included in those fascinated by the vocals and talent of Gallagher. Brooks advised Gallagher on the set of “The Voice.” “This kid, as soon as he opens his mouth – you believe him,” said Brooks, as he insisted, “If I’m a manager, if I’m a producer, if I’m a record label – that’s the guy I want because he has the career in front of him. This whole world is going to be listening to you for a long time. You’ve got it.”

No grass grew under Gallagher’s feet after the show, as he hit the road and racked up over 200 shows in the last year.