Hannah Aldridge & The Goat Roper Rodeo Band on Thursday 2nd May 2019
Hannah Aldridge returns to Birmingham to promote her new live album, together with The Goat Roper Rodeo Band.
Following several Birmingham shows promoting both of her albums 'Razor Wire' & ‘Gold Rush’ in solo format, Kitchen Garden Events are excited to announce the return of Hannah Aldridge playing with The Goat Roper Rodeo Band. Hannah Aldridge is steeped in the music of both Nashville and Muscle Shoals, the two cities she was raised in by her father Walt, a Muscle Shoals legend as a songwriter, musician and producer. Her music is a sonic treat, with elements of country, pop, blues, Americana and a rock ‘n’ roll swagger. In 2013 she released her debut album 'Razor Wire', packed with biographical and auto biographical songs and Jason Isbell’s band the 400 Unit played on a large part of it. The follow up album ‘Gold Rush’ was released to universal critical acclaim. 'Southern Rock,' is how the daughter of Muscle Shoals' royalty describes the ghostly, unflinching, sometimes gritty tales that separate her song collection from the mainstream.
Her new live album was recorded in London on 23 July 2018 together with guests The Goat Roper Rodeo Band, Danni Nichols, The Black Feathers & Robbie Cavanagh in 'Grand Ole Opry' style
'Given the loyalty and support given to Aldridge by her U.K. followers, she decided to record a live album in The Lexington in London and rather than perform with a full band she undertook quite a novel method for the recording. The show comprised of a mix of solo songs by Aldridge, duets with a number of U.K. artists and the guest artists also got to perform a few of their own songs. She closed the show by getting the full entourage on stage to perform her signature tune Burning Down Birmingham. Altogether it promises to have the makings of a fine album!' Lonesome Highway
GOAT ROPER RODEO BAND
The boys from Wales will be opening for Hannah as well as backing her for her set. The Goat Roper Rodeo Band play vivid, compelling and soulful cosmic country blues; and when they let rip on songs such as Don't Believe You, they are just dazzling.
'Like the Everlys fronted by Gram Parsons' (Fatea) / 'Amazing' (Bob Harris)
Advance tickets are available at £12.00 & on the door entry will be £14.00.
Doors open at 7.30pm & music will commence at 8.15pm.
Please note that this will be a partly seated event.
Music Genres: Acoustic, Country/Americana, Folk, Rock, World Music
Please note: The event information above has been added by the organiser. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.