Wheeler Walker Jr.: The Spread Eagle Tour w/ Logan Halstead

Fri May 10 2024

8:00 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

The Signal - Concert Hall

21 Choo Choo Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37402

$43.03 - $151.70

All Ages

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PLEASE NOTE: The Signal is a cashless venue. Only credit or debit cards are accepted at the bars, box office or guest services. 

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VIP: The Wheeler Walker Jr. Pre-Show Acoustic Roast
Includes:
  • One general admission Floor ticket
  • Exclusive access to the pre-show acoustic & roast experience featuring a private performance and Q&A with Wheeler Walker Jr.
  • Commemorative VIP laminate and lanyard
  • Enamel dye-cut pin designed exclusively for VIP package purchasers
  • Pre-concert merchandise shopping opportunity
  • Early VIP entry to the venue

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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.

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Wheeler Walker Jr.: The Spread Eagle Tour w/ Logan Halstead

  • Wheeler Walker Jr.

    Wheeler Walker Jr.

    Country

    Whatever you do, don’t you dare tell Wheeler Walker Jr. who he is or what he does. “I don’t play by the rules,” says the no-nonsense, straight-talking musician who ever since his chart-topping debut album, 2016’s Redneck Shit, has been giving the proverbial middle finger to anyone who doubts him. “I don’t want people to tell me what the fuck to do.  I’m not a one-trick pony,” says the man who has already notched a gold album with the fan-favorite “Fuck You Bitch.” Yes, while Wheeler has undoubtedly made a major name for himself in recent years by shaking up the country music industry, now he has his eyes set on ripping down new goalposts.  “I’m getting sick of Nashville and country music and the current Nashville scene,” he says without a moment of hesitation. “I mean, seriously, what’s the last good country album that’s come out? I think it’s been years.”

    It’s why Wheeler now returns with Ram, his boldest effort yet— a hard charging hurricane of a rock album that’s every bit as pummeling, raunchy and riotous as his best work to date. “It’s pretty intense,” Wheeler says of the 10-track, Dave Cobb-produced LP full of ass-kicking anthems with titles including “Born to Fuck,” “Money n’ Bitches” and “Fingerblast.” To hear him tell it, making a tried-and-true Southern rock album was principally about going back to his roots. Raised on the ripping riffs of bands such as Nirvana, the Misfits, the Replacements and Guns N’ Roses, Wheeler not only adored the heavier sounds those bands offered, but he also cherished rock’s “fuck-the-man” attitude. “This was the album I wanted to make,” he explains of Ram. “I knew it was a risk, but I felt like I hadn’t really taken any big risks for a while. And when I play it too safe, I get nervous. Whereas when I say, “Who gives a fuck? Maybe I’ll go bankrupt and it’ll all fall to shit and my manager might call and say, ‘You fucked up your career,”” that’s when it gets exciting to me.”

    Wheeler has never minced words. His feelings on where things stand in his career at the moment is no exception. “First of all, fuck the music industry. I don’t gotta prove shit to the industry. They’re a bunch of fucking swine and thieves and assholes. Now I gotta find new ways to piss people off,” he says with a laugh. “So now let’s fuck with rock. If my competition is Greta Van Fleet, I’m going to win that every day.”

    What excites him most, he says is the thrill of living on the edge. Where he could have stuck to his successful country-leaning formula and played it safe, he was willing to fall on his face in the name of his creative pursuit. “I wanted to go back to not giving a shit,” he says. “And to not give a shit you’ve got to throw it all away. People don’t understand -- as an independent artist, what you’re doing with every album is you’re going to Vegas and you’re putting all your chips on the table every fucking time. If it tanks, you’re back at bankrupt. I wanted to risk bankruptcy again, to be blunt about it. I could see the headline: Wheeler Ruins Career. But if I do that and made the album I wanted to make, I could give two fucks.”

    Following last year’s Sex, Drugs & Country Music — an album Wheeler says was purposely a party album following the dismal COVID years — he channeled his pent-up anger this go-round into Ram. “Maybe it took a while for the anger to settle in about how pissed off I am about so much shit going on right now,” he offers. “I just wanted to put that into my music. When I was a kid and I was pissed and in a bad mood, I would just crank AC/DC and Skynyrd. When I got pissed, I didn’t listen to George Jones; I cranked Appetite for Destruction.”

    “Because rock is fuck-the-man music,” he continues. “Country used to be. Country has turned into I-love-the-man music. What does the man tell me to do? He tells me to play this song and use this pop producer. Yes sir. When I see Jason Aldean and I see Luke Bryan, those are corporate fucking slobs. Those motherfuckers have sold their fucking soul. It’s not music but a product. I don’t want a fucking product. I want to make the music I want to make. Even if Luke Bryan knew what a good song was, his label wouldn’t let him make it. He’s a corporate sellout. I’m not a corporate sellout. There is no corporation behind anything I do. Period. I cannot be cancelled. I don’t talk to corporate radio. I don’t talk to corporate record labels. There’s nothing you can do to me. If the fans want it, it’s out there. If Jason Aldean is country, I want to be something else.”

    The Ram era kicked off in earnest with a call to the Grammy-winning Cobb, Wheeler’s trusted confidante and one of the most successful producers in recent years having helmed records for an array of celebrated artists from Chris Stapleton to Sammy Hagar and Jason Isbell. “I called Cobb up and said, “I want to do something that makes it sound like the first record. I’ve been writing these songs that are kind of rock. Would you make a rock album?” I thought he’d say, “You’re a country artist. That’s not what you do.” But he just said, “Let’s do it!”

    Wheeler in turn gave a simple credo to his trusted band of top-tier Nashville musicians: “Don’t bring your pedal steel. Bring all your amps. Because we’re fucking rocking out!”

    The results are undeniable: Ram’s opening track “Born to Fuck” is an ode to a man’s true-bred calling while “Dumptruck” lavishes praise upon “the beautiful large Southern asses of America.” And then there’s “Sniffer’s Row,” a salute to the front row of the strip club. Because, as Wheeler says, “if you’re a real strip club guy you want to sit in the front row.” “Money n’ Bitches” meanwhile is a take-no-prisoners tribute to the finer things in life… at least according to Wheeler.

    “This isn’t Paul Simon. We’re not going too deep here. We’re not talking about poverty in South Africa. We’re talking about money and bitches. Plus, I got into music because I wanted money and bitches. Wheeler is Wheeler because he doesn’t use metaphors. I just say what it is.”

    It's this attitude – take me for who I am – that has always endeared Wheeler to his legion of hardcore fans. And its why his live show is and always has been paramount to his career. There’s a certain kinship with his fans, Wheeler explains, one that goes far deeper than the music itself.

    “What I love about my fans is they’re all kind of the not-cool kids,” he says. “I wasn’t a cool kid growing up at school. I got made fun of all the time. I see that in my audience and I feel like again, fingers crossed, they get that uncool kids do what they wanna do and don’t give a shit what the jocks think. When I look out at the audience, I see more people like me out there. Guys who I would hang out with and remind me of me at that age. The outcasts.”

    As for what the future holds, Wheeler is doing what he’s long done: betting on himself. “I think people will love Ram but I’m also perfectly willing for it to be the end of my career,” Wheeler says with a smile. “If I’m going to go down, I’m gonna go down fucking swinging.”

    Written by Dan Hyman
  • Logan Halstead

    Logan Halstead

    Americana

    Age is just a number, and Logan Halstead constantly reminds us of that. At just 15 years old, he wrote his first song, "Dark Black Coal," a powerful, haunting song that depicts the struggles of a life of working in the coal mines, a lifestyle Logan witnessed many of his friends, family, and community members endure. Logan Halstead, 19 years old, is a country/folk/Americana singer-songwriter who grew up in Comfort, West Virginia. Logan pulls most of the inspiration for his music from the struggle and hardship of his own life and of the lives of those around him. Small-town living isn't intensely stimulating, socially or economically, but spiritually, there is always a yearning for something more.

    Born in Kentucky and raised in West Virginia, it's no surprise that Logan draws influence from Tyler Childers and Sturgill Simpson, but he has also found a lot of inspiration from the work of Nicholas Jamerson and Cole Chaney. "All these folks mentioned have laid a path and shown that it's okay to be from these parts; we're not so looked down on anymore…" says Logan. It's given him the ability to be proud of who he is, and it has led him to be a driving force in the scene of young artists from the Appalachian region.

    Logan doesn't like to put himself in a box sonically or stylistically. Still, many would characterize his work as Appalachian/Americana music. Above all, his songs are raw and honest, and the writing is wrapped in wisdom one might only think could be conjured by someone two decades older. While the masses clamored for more content, Logan took his time and found the right partners for his debut album. He decided to cut his project at the famous Sound Emporium Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. He was accompanied in production by the one and only Lawrence Rothman (Amanda Shires, Margo Price, Angel Olson, and many more). When asked about the recording process, Logan said, "It was a great experience. Lawrence is top-notch. They made me feel comfortable just to go in and do what I do, and to get to record in a place like that is a dream come true, especially for a holler kid." Rothman, who also saw success at a very young age, was a perfect fit because they understood Logan's position and angst which allowed Logan to express himself freely.

    In 2020, Logan released "Dark Black Coal" on YouTube, which has since amassed almost 6 million views. The success of that single has allowed Logan to build a great fan base through YouTube, touring, and opening for artists like Zach Bryan, Charles Wesley Godwin, Town Mountain, and many more. With the record releasing over a year after he recorded the album, Our Vinyl came into his life at the perfect time. In a collaboration with Our Vinyl, Logan released a taste of his upcoming project with a four-song EP that has amassed him over 120,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.

    With the success of "Dark Black Coal," it's no surprise that Logan chose this as the title track for his first album. Logan signed with Thirty Tigers and is excited to partner with them on his release. The release date is slated for May 5, 2023 and he will be touring those songs beginning in May. Expect to see Logan's name on festival billings, support tours, and in a town near you. "I want my music to keep evolving and to improve my craft. I want to be the best I can be and give my fans shows to remember," says Logan. Like all musicians, he hopes to achieve a successful career, but don't expect Logan Halstead to change who he is or what he believes in to succeed. Authentically himself, Logan strives to always be honest and true to his fans.

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General Admission - Standing Room Only
Floor - Regular
$43.03
Mezzanine [Rail Seating]
An upgraded experience general admission ticket that includes exclusive access to the private Mezzanine with guaranteed seating along the rail. Features perfect views of the stage & drink ordering directly from your seat. *Not Wheelchair accessible
Mezzanine [Rail Seating] - Regular
$63.12
Mezzanine [4-Pack Tables]
A premium experience general admission table that includes 4 tickets to the show, exclusive access to high-top tables w/ seating for 4 in the private Mezzanine. Features drink ordering and delivery to the table. *Not Wheelchair accessible
Mezzanine [4-Pack Tables] - Regular
$63.12
The Wheeler Walker Jr. Pre-Show Acoustic Roast
Includes: One GA Floor ticket, pre-show acoustic & roast experience feat. a private performance and Q&A with Wheeler Walker Jr., VIP laminate and lanyard, enamel dye-cut pin designed exclusively for VIP, pre-concert merchandise shopping, early entry.
VIP Roast - Regular
$151.70

Delivery Method

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Terms & Conditions

However, minors are permitted to enter if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

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 The Signal 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.

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Wheeler Walker Jr. VIP package powered by Seated. Here's what you need to know:
You'll receive an email from support@seated.com 48 hours before the event with instructions for redeeming your VIP package. VIP activities may occur up to 3-4 hours before the show, please plan accordingly. The original purchaser must show their ID at VIP check-in to redeem the package elements. All attendees need both a show ticket and a VIP package to attend VIP programming. No parental escorts without their own package allowed. VIP merchandise must be picked up during check-in at the show unless otherwise communicated. Seated reserves the right to cancel packages for any reason. VIP elements are non-transferable and not valid if resold. Communication about your purchase may be sent via SMS to the provided phone number. For any questions, contact Seated's friendly Fan Experience team at support@seated.com.

Wheeler Walker Jr.: The Spread Eagle Tour w/ Logan Halstead

Fri May 10 2024 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

The Signal - Concert Hall Chattanooga TN
Wheeler Walker Jr.: The Spread Eagle Tour w/ Logan Halstead

$43.03 - $151.70 All Ages

Click HERE for full map image.


























PLEASE NOTE: The Signal is a cashless venue. Only credit or debit cards are accepted at the bars, box office or guest services. 

--
VIP: The Wheeler Walker Jr. Pre-Show Acoustic Roast
Includes:
  • One general admission Floor ticket
  • Exclusive access to the pre-show acoustic & roast experience featuring a private performance and Q&A with Wheeler Walker Jr.
  • Commemorative VIP laminate and lanyard
  • Enamel dye-cut pin designed exclusively for VIP package purchasers
  • Pre-concert merchandise shopping opportunity
  • Early VIP entry to the venue

--
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. 

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

All Ages
limit 6 per person

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

Floor info
General Admission - Standing Room Only
Floor - Regular
$43.03
Mezzanine [Rail Seating] info
An upgraded experience general admission ticket that includes exclusive access to the private Mezzanine with guaranteed seating along the rail. Features perfect views of the stage & drink ordering directly from your seat. *Not Wheelchair accessible
Mezzanine [Rail Seating] - Regular
$63.12
Mezzanine [4-Pack Tables] info
A premium experience general admission table that includes 4 tickets to the show, exclusive access to high-top tables w/ seating for 4 in the private Mezzanine. Features drink ordering and delivery to the table. *Not Wheelchair accessible
Mezzanine [4-Pack Tables] - Regular
$63.12
The Wheeler Walker Jr. Pre-Show Acoustic Roast info
Includes: One GA Floor ticket, pre-show acoustic & roast experience feat. a private performance and Q&A with Wheeler Walker Jr., VIP laminate and lanyard, enamel dye-cut pin designed exclusively for VIP, pre-concert merchandise shopping, early entry.
VIP Roast - Regular
$151.70

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

However, minors are permitted to enter if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

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 The Signal 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.

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Wheeler Walker Jr. VIP package powered by Seated. Here's what you need to know:
You'll receive an email from support@seated.com 48 hours before the event with instructions for redeeming your VIP package. VIP activities may occur up to 3-4 hours before the show, please plan accordingly. The original purchaser must show their ID at VIP check-in to redeem the package elements. All attendees need both a show ticket and a VIP package to attend VIP programming. No parental escorts without their own package allowed. VIP merchandise must be picked up during check-in at the show unless otherwise communicated. Seated reserves the right to cancel packages for any reason. VIP elements are non-transferable and not valid if resold. Communication about your purchase may be sent via SMS to the provided phone number. For any questions, contact Seated's friendly Fan Experience team at support@seated.com.