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Will Hoge / Dan Layus (of Augustana) / Skin & Bones / Josh Arbour Band

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Will Hoge / Dan Layus (of Augustana) / Skin & Bones / Josh Arbour Band
Saturday, November 11, 2017 8:30 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
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  • Ticket Price: $14.00 - $18.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over

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  • Will Hoge

    Will Hoge

    "Took a whole lot of miles to know what I know now," sings Will Hoge on "Growing Up Around Here," the opening track off of his tenth studio album, Small Town Dreams. "I'm kinda proud of growing up around here."
    It's been a whole lot of miles, indeed: miles on the road, driving the bus himself from venue to venue since the nineties; miles to and from Nashville writing rooms, where he's spent hours penning songs – some for him, some for others; miles exploring lands outside of his native Franklin, Tennessee, chasing the spirits of his musical heroes. Roads meet, roads split, roads led to home.
    Hoge has spent countless years and miles on the road, but he’s just recently recorded the magic fans love, on “Solo & Live – December 2015” released in March 2016. Known for his connection with audiences as well as his impressive vocal ability, he recorded the album in December of last year. The collection captures the full experience of Hoge’s show – an event that’s never predictable. Hoge’s unique connection with his fans lies in his ability to stir up somber, acoustic moments in one turn and then spring a hard-rocking, plugged-in number the next. "The magic happens in the unsafe moments," he says. The album showcases songs from Small Town Dreams as well as older entries from his catalog, including crowd favorites “Through Missing You,” “Jesus Came to Tennessee” and “When I get My Wings,” among others.
    An extremely prolific songwriter with ten albums under his belt and countless songs written for others (including a Grammy nomination), Never fitting particularly neatly into a genre box, he's always just made the music that moved him.
    Keeping with the recurring theme of days and nights spent on the road, Hoge recently crossed the pond and took his live show to Europe, touring through Scotland and England in the fall of 2015 and again in early 2016, traveling to Spain, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and the Netherlands. The tour was in support of Small Town Dreams, which Hoge teamed up with Marshall Altman on. The collection of songs paints a vivid snapshot of the American experience.
    Throughout everything he does, whether in his live shows or while creating a new album – one thing remains central: the stories. Hoge’s ability to tell stories is part of what has made him a vital force in fan's lives who have followed him across the country and seen countless shows – his songs speak to the reality of all our experiences, delivered in a way that is honest, true and ever changing.
    Whatever the tale may be, both old and new fans alike know one thing for certain – Hoge’s next release will be a chapter filled with an intriguing story. Stay tuned.

  • Josh Arbour

    Josh Arbour

    Josh Arbour is a revelation! A born storyteller, Josh’s music and lyrics take you on captivating journeys. Whether he is involving his audiences in an ill-fated Parisian romance, revealing the jungles of Africa through the bewildered eyes of a child soldier, or taking listeners on a foot stomping trip back to gospel roots, Josh’s genre bending original style never fails to amaze, with the formation of the Josh Arbour Band, Josh has assembled a seasoned group of musicians the infuse Josh’s original songs with so much life that audiences are left breathless.

    His father introduced him early on to Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, and Bob Dylan while growing up. Folk-Blues has played a truly significant role in his songwriting. Josh’s life would forever change upon discovering Tom Waits, 'Small Change' album, Nina Simone's 1967 album, 'Sings The Blues', and Prince's self-titled 1979 album when he was 13 years old. Billie Holiday's, 'Lady in Satin', Bessie Smith, and Joni Mitchell's, 'Blue' album would begin his love affair with female singers.
    Josh is humbled by the praise he is receiving from social media, crowd-sourced reviews, and general word of mouth. Josh’s career is just beginning to take wings. His self titled EP has received glowing reviews. This last year he has appeared on the Nashville scene, has played the House of Blues during the Jazz Fest in New Orleans and the KAABOO Festival in Del Mar with a stellar lineup that included Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink and one of the last performances of Tom Petty among others. Josh is capturing the attention of touring musicians on the National scene and is in demand as an opening act for established names in the musical industry. 
    The general consensus is that Josh is on the verge of an enduring musical career that will establish him as a household name.
    Don’t miss this exciting artist as Josh’s star continues.

  • Skin & Bones

    Skin & Bones

    Skin & Bones is comprised of Taylor Borsuk on guitar, vocals, and suitcase drum with Peter Blackwelder on violin. The bluesy duo defined themselves street performing on the salty boardwalk of Venice Beach and continue to grow as musicians as they travel the country. 2016 has been good to Skin & Bones. The duo supported Jackie Greene, lead guitarist of the former Black Crowes, on the western leg of his tour in March. Their well-received E.P. “Ghost in This Town” was released in February, and the momentum is continued with its successor, “Wait No More”. With a sold out record release show at the Hotel Café, and continued positive press Skin & Bones is garnering attention in the Americana music scene.

  • Dan Layus

    Dan Layus

    Dan Layus, primarily known as the frontman of the critically acclaimed band Augustana, released his debut solo album, "Dangerous Things," October 21, 2016 on Plated Records/ADA. 'Dangerous Things' spans influences from Hank Williams to Tom Waits, from Dwight Yoakam to Woody Guthrie. The album was recorded in Nashville at South Sea Studios with minimal production.

    The lyrics are about life's struggles and its simple joys, and harmonies are provided by Muscle Shoals' own The Secret Sisters Of the new music, Layus explains, "I always knew this album was out there waiting, I just had to let it come to me. That was the most challenging part of this record. It was three years of repeatedly realizing Iwas trying too hard to write a perfect song. It all started to make sense and feel good as soon as I stopped treating songwriting like it was songwriting. Somewhere along the way I decided that if an idea was going to turn into a song on this album, then it had to be written organically and purely. It had to be an inspired moment that was unfolding melodically, musically and lyrically, all while making me feel something Subsequently, that's how I recorded the songs played the song live a few times in front of some microphones and when I felt something real happen, we moved onto the next one.  The songs and recordings on this album are inspired by other people's stories and informed by my own experiences and I've never felt more proud or comfortable sharing an album as I feel with this one."

    Layus spent 12 years as the creative force behind American roots-rock band Augustana. After years of grueling touring which took them from basements to amphitheaters, the band as unit had run its course and disbanded. Layus decided to keep the name and subsequently released another album and toured twice more as Augustana. In 2013 he moved to Nashville and found an immediate home in the songwriter community, penning songs for Platinum country artists and pop artists alike. In this new endeavor he also found something even more valuable the new sound he had been searching for and scratching at since the inception of Augustana. 

Set Times:
  • 08:30 PM - Josh Arbour
  • 09:15 PM - Skin & Bones
  • 10:15 PM - Dan Layus
  • 11:15 PM - Will Hoge

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