Will Hoge – Anchors

Will Hoge – Live on the Cayamo Cruise 2017

 

Will Hoge To Release Anchors This August

New Song ‘Little Bit of Rust’ With Sheryl Crow Previewed

 

Listening Through The Lens got its first taste live of the talented Nashville singer-songwriter Will Hoge.  It was on the Cayamo Cruise this February and, during his first show, he premiered new songs, performing them in front of an audience for the first time.

Hoge’s eleventh studio album Anchors will be out August 11 2017 (via Thirty Tigers).

According to Rolling Stone Country:

“The eleven self-produced tracks on Anchors are rooted in youthful jubilance but tell the stories of grown men and women who have seen, loved, moved on and made amends. They’re about adults who struggle and fight, not thirty-year-olds who linger in extended adolescence, pretending romance still bubbles as easily as it did back on the bleachers. Songs like the acoustic-led country weeper ‘Angels Wings’ and the Tom Petty-esque closer ‘Young As We Will Ever Be’ that contemplates the constant drip of time, are all dedicated to that which makes us human.”

In between working on his own music and crafting hit songs for others (Eli Young Band, Lady Antebellum), Hoge is busy with the launch of Nashville Elcectric Transportation, his new Tesla-only electric car service.

Hoge will mark the release of Anchors with a tour of select European cities in July, following by a full US tour in August.

Here is Anchors debut single ‘Little Bit Of Rust’ featuring guest vocals from Sheryl Crow:

 

 

Anchors Track List:

1.The Reckoning
2. This Grand Charade
3. Little Bit of Rust (feat. Sheryl Crow)
4. Cold Night in Santa Fe
5. Baby’s Eyes
6. This Ain’t An Original Sin
7. Through Missing You
8. Anchors
9. Angels Wings
10. 17
11. Young As We Will Ever Be

 

Will Hoge Tour Dates:

Jul. 7th – Segovia, Spain – Huercasa Festival
Jul. 9th – Nottingham – The Maze
Jul. 10th – Manchester – Gullivers
Jul. 11th – Newcastle – Live Theatre
Jul. 12th – Bristol – Thekla
Jul. 13th – London – The Garage
Jul. 14th – Brighton – The Prince Albert
Aug. 9th – Nashville, TN – Grand Ole Opry House
Aug. 11th – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom
Aug. 12th – Columbus, OH – Rumba Cafe
Aug. 13th – Port Clinton, OH – The Listening Room
Aug. 18th – Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom<
Aug. 19th – Nashville, TN – 3rd and Lindsley<
Aug. 20th – Nashville, TN – 3rd and Lindsley
Aug. 26th – Youngstown, OH – JD’s Summer Songfest
Sep. 6th – New Orleans, LA – The Parish at the House of Blues
Sep. 7th – Birmingham, AL – Saturn
Sep. 8th – Charlotte, NC – Visulite Theatre
Sep. 9th – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
Sep. 13th – Durham, NC – Motorco Music<
Sep. 14th – Charleston, SC – Music Farm
Sep. 15th – Bristol, TN – Bristol Rhythm & Roots
Sep. 16th – St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
Sep. 17th – Memphis, TN – New Daisy Theater
Sep. 19th – Pittsburgh, PA – Diesel
Sep. 20th – Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe Live
Sep. 21st – Cambridge, MA – Middle East
Sep. 22nd – New York, NY – Highline Ballroom
Sep. 23rd – Washington, DC – The Hamilton
Sep. 29th – Milwaukee, WI – Colectivo Coffee
Sep. 30th – Flint, MI – The Machine Shop
Oct. 1st – Indianapolis, IN – Hi Fi
Oct. 3rd – Kansas City, MO – Knuckleheads Saloon
Oct. 4th – Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
Oct. 5th – St. Paul, MN – Turf Club
Oct. 6th – Chicago, IL – Joe’s
Oct. 12th – Chattanooga, TN – Revelry Room
Oct. 15th – Tampa, FL – The Attic
Oct. 26th – San Antonio, TX – Sam’s Burger Joint
Oct. 27th – Houston, TX – Heights Theater
Oct. 28th – Austin, TX – Antones
Oct. 29th – Dallas, TX – The Kessler Theater

 

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Author: Rob Dickens

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