Patterson Hood SOLD OUT 9 pm Show
Dec
14
9:00 PM21:00

Patterson Hood SOLD OUT 9 pm Show

Fans of the southern rock band the Drive-By Truckers are in for a special treat, Shoals native and critically-acclaimed songwriter Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers will be joining us for a second special acoustic performance at Tangled String Studios on December 14th, 2017 at 9:00pm.

Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 day of the show.

Patterson Hood, co-founder and lead singer of the Drive-By Truckers, has led the southern rock ensemble since 1996. Hood over the past several years has been dabbling into the world of solo performances in-between tours with DBT. The Drive-By Truckers have always been outspoken, telling a distinctly American story via craft, character, and concept, all backed by sonic ambition and social conscience.  

Patterson Hood has three solo records to his name with his latest solo album in 2012, “Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance”. “Back in January 2011, worn out from having spent a year on tour and facing a new album’s release and another year spent mostly on a bus, away from the comforts of home and family, I decided to try to write a book. I had made a couple of stabs in that direction before (as well as a couple of screenplays) but had so far failed to complete one. The thing is, I love to write on the road. I write most every day out there. It’s usually not songs, as completing a song amid all of the noise, distractions, and music blasting on the bus is very difficult (I do often start songs there that get finished later) but writing non-musical compositions comes pretty easy for me out here and it sure passes the time. Besides, I had an idea for a story I wanted to write and it started coming very easily. By our third month on the road, I already had a pretty firm outline of what I wanted and several chapters that I felt really good about. I called it Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance and decided that spring to record it as a solo album. I could clearly hear in my head exactly how I wanted every song to sound and made a list of who I wanted to play on each one. It is in some ways the most personal album I’ve ever made. There has always been a lot of me in all of the albums we’ve done, but usually semi-disguised as character sketches and stories, but the first person narrative in this one is pretty firmly rooted in autobiography, albeit in two dramatically differing time periods.

Please join us at Tangled String Studios on December 14th for this special acoustic performance! 

**IMPORTANT NOTE**   Tickets are non-refundable unless the show is canceled or rescheduled. Patrons are invited to bring your own beverage of choice! Venue capacity is 100+ seats

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Patterson Hood SOLD OUT 7 pm Show
Dec
14
7:00 PM19:00

Patterson Hood SOLD OUT 7 pm Show

Fans of the southern rock band the Drive-By Truckers are in for a special treat, Shoals native and critically-acclaimed songwriter Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers will be joining us for a special acoustic performance at Tangled String Studios on December 14th, 2017.

Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 day of the show. 

Patterson Hood, co-founder and lead singer of the Drive-By Truckers, has led the southern rock ensemble since 1996. Hood over the past several years has been dabbling into the world of solo performances in-between tours with DBT. The Drive-By Truckers have always been outspoken, telling a distinctly American story via craft, character, and concept, all backed by sonic ambition and social conscience.  

Patterson Hood has three solo records to his name with his latest solo album in 2012, “Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance”. “Back in January 2011, worn out from having spent a year on tour and facing a new album’s release and another year spent mostly on a bus, away from the comforts of home and family, I decided to try to write a book. I had made a couple of stabs in that direction before (as well as a couple of screenplays) but had so far failed to complete one. The thing is, I love to write on the road. I write most every day out there. It’s usually not songs, as completing a song amid all of the noise, distractions, and music blasting on the bus is very difficult (I do often start songs there that get finished later) but writing non-musical compositions comes pretty easy for me out here and it sure passes the time. Besides, I had an idea for a story I wanted to write and it started coming very easily. By our third month on the road, I already had a pretty firm outline of what I wanted and several chapters that I felt really good about. I called it Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance and decided that spring to record it as a solo album. I could clearly hear in my head exactly how I wanted every song to sound and made a list of who I wanted to play on each one. It is in some ways the most personal album I’ve ever made. There has always been a lot of me in all of the albums we’ve done, but usually semi-disguised as character sketches and stories, but the first person narrative in this one is pretty firmly rooted in autobiography, albeit in two dramatically differing time periods.

Please join us at Tangled String Studios on December 14th for this special acoustic performance! 

**IMPORTANT NOTE**   Tickets are non-refundable unless the show is canceled or rescheduled. Patrons are invited to bring your own beverage of choice! Venue capacity is 100+ seats

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The Sweeplings SOLD OUT!
Dec
13
7:00 PM19:00

The Sweeplings SOLD OUT!

THE SWEEPLINGS will perform their magic on the Tangled String Studios stage on December 13th at 7:00 pm!  Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 day of show.

This dynamic duo has sold out four previous concerts here, so don't delay!  Feel free to bring your beverage of choice!

Huntsville, AL singer/songwriter Whitney Dean discovered Cami Bradley of Spokane, WA, when she was a contestant on America's Got Talent and he was coming off of a two-year stint with The Civil Wars' John Paul White.   In an origin story strikingly similar to White's with Joy Williams, the pair had such musical chemistry when they did meet that they decided to take the project beyond a few isolated songwriting sessions and into a full-time partnership.   Comparisons to Civil Wars extend to the Sweeplings' sound, which has similar close, coed harmonies and haunting folk lyrics. 

NPR Music voted their song "Carry Me Home" as Music You'll Fall In Love With.  The Sweeplings recently premiered their video for "What Have We Become" on the popular TV series, Pretty Little Liars.  Dean and Bradley are looking forward to sharing their new music with us on Dec 13th!

**IMPORTANT NOTE**   Tickets are non-refundable unless the show is cancelled or rescheduled. Patrons are invited to bring your own beverages! Venue capacity is 105 seats.

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