Fri Oct 8 2021

8:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

3rd and Lindsley

818 3rd Ave. S Nashville, TN 37210

$20.00

All Ages

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For two decades, Will Hoge has carried the torch for American rock & roll, carving out his own blue-collar sound rooted in amplified guitars, melodic hooks, southern soul, and rootsy stomp. It’s a sound that nods to the best moments of the past — the punch of Tom Petty’s anthems; the countrified twang of Buck Owens’ singing; the raw, greasy cool of the Rolling Stones — while still pushing forward into new territory, with Hoge’s storytelling and larger-than-life voice leading the charge.

Trends come and go. Yet Will Hoge remains a mainstay of the Americana landscape, hitting the road year after year, turning new pages of a career whose twists and turns — including Number One hits, a near-death experience, major-label record deals, and hard-won independence — sound like stuff of some long-lost movie script.

Maybe that’s why Tiny Little Movies, his eleventh album, feels so cinematic. Recorded alongside Hoge’s band of road warriors, the album brims with the same electric energy that fuels his shows. These are songs for highways, hotels, the heartland, and those all-too-brief moments at home, glued together by self-reflective lyrics that find Hoge making peace with life, love, and the long ladder that leads to success.

“Dealing with anxiety is a bit of a constant for me,” the songwriter admits. “I spent years worried about things falling apart — personally, musically, emotionally, financially, you name it. As I’ve gotten better at my life, there’s a moment of realizing that this is it. It is where it is supposed to be. So I’ve been looking around, embracing the good and the bad, hoping to change what I can, and accepting the things I can’t.”

Will Hoge

  • Will Hoge

    Will Hoge

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    Born and raised in Tennessee, songwriter Will Hoge made his name honing a blend of soulful Americana and heartland rock & roll. Over the course of his almost 20 year career he’s had a string of chart topping singles, TV placements, and media accolades along with nominations from the ACM, CMA’s and Grammy Awards. Although he’s grateful for the commercial success that songs such as “Even if It Breaks Your Heart” “Middle of America” and “Strong” have received, even more important to him is the freedom to stand up for his convictions and put them into his music when the time calls for it.
     
    Never afraid to wade into political territory, Hoge has expressed his observations and frustration with human rights issues on 2004's The America EP ("Bible Vs. Gun," "Hey Mr. President (Anyone But You)") and on 2012's Modern American Protest Music ("Ballad of Trayvon Martin," "Jesus Came to Tennessee”). But as conflicts continued and intensified, Hoge claimed "Silence couldn’t be part of my deal anymore." Border police. Political corruption. Anti-intellectualism. Poverty. Gun control. A broken education system. Indifference to others' suffering. Hoge confronts them all head-on with his new release, My American Dream, (out Oct. 5th on Edlo Records/Thirty Tigers), the fiercest, angriest, empathetic and most heartfelt collection of songs he's released to date. This collection of eight tracks including “Thoughts & Prayers”, “Gilded Walls”, “Stupid Kids” and “Illegal Line” push Hoge — and his listeners — even further outside of the comfort zone.
     
    Will is an avid activist, lending his time and resources to raise awareness and money for organizations such as Believe in Service and Everytown for Gun Safety. His social media pages are a microcosm of sorts for the wider conversations taking place in the world today, as he challenges his fans to examine the important questions that need to be asked.

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Will Hoge

Fri Oct 8 2021 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

3rd and Lindsley Nashville TN
Will Hoge

$20.00 All Ages

For two decades, Will Hoge has carried the torch for American rock & roll, carving out his own blue-collar sound rooted in amplified guitars, melodic hooks, southern soul, and rootsy stomp. It’s a sound that nods to the best moments of the past — the punch of Tom Petty’s anthems; the countrified twang of Buck Owens’ singing; the raw, greasy cool of the Rolling Stones — while still pushing forward into new territory, with Hoge’s storytelling and larger-than-life voice leading the charge.

Trends come and go. Yet Will Hoge remains a mainstay of the Americana landscape, hitting the road year after year, turning new pages of a career whose twists and turns — including Number One hits, a near-death experience, major-label record deals, and hard-won independence — sound like stuff of some long-lost movie script.

Maybe that’s why Tiny Little Movies, his eleventh album, feels so cinematic. Recorded alongside Hoge’s band of road warriors, the album brims with the same electric energy that fuels his shows. These are songs for highways, hotels, the heartland, and those all-too-brief moments at home, glued together by self-reflective lyrics that find Hoge making peace with life, love, and the long ladder that leads to success.

“Dealing with anxiety is a bit of a constant for me,” the songwriter admits. “I spent years worried about things falling apart — personally, musically, emotionally, financially, you name it. As I’ve gotten better at my life, there’s a moment of realizing that this is it. It is where it is supposed to be. So I’ve been looking around, embracing the good and the bad, hoping to change what I can, and accepting the things I can’t.”

Will Hoge

Will Hoge

Country

Born and raised in Tennessee, songwriter Will Hoge made his name honing a blend of soulful Americana and heartland rock & roll. Over the course of his almost 20 year career he’s had a string of chart topping singles, TV placements, and media accolades along with nominations from the ACM, CMA’s and Grammy Awards. Although he’s grateful for the commercial success that songs such as “Even if It Breaks Your Heart” “Middle of America” and “Strong” have received, even more important to him is the freedom to stand up for his convictions and put them into his music when the time calls for it.
 
Never afraid to wade into political territory, Hoge has expressed his observations and frustration with human rights issues on 2004's The America EP ("Bible Vs. Gun," "Hey Mr. President (Anyone But You)") and on 2012's Modern American Protest Music ("Ballad of Trayvon Martin," "Jesus Came to Tennessee”). But as conflicts continued and intensified, Hoge claimed "Silence couldn’t be part of my deal anymore." Border police. Political corruption. Anti-intellectualism. Poverty. Gun control. A broken education system. Indifference to others' suffering. Hoge confronts them all head-on with his new release, My American Dream, (out Oct. 5th on Edlo Records/Thirty Tigers), the fiercest, angriest, empathetic and most heartfelt collection of songs he's released to date. This collection of eight tracks including “Thoughts & Prayers”, “Gilded Walls”, “Stupid Kids” and “Illegal Line” push Hoge — and his listeners — even further outside of the comfort zone.
 
Will is an avid activist, lending his time and resources to raise awareness and money for organizations such as Believe in Service and Everytown for Gun Safety. His social media pages are a microcosm of sorts for the wider conversations taking place in the world today, as he challenges his fans to examine the important questions that need to be asked.

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$20.00

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