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TIM TYE’S MIDNIGHT SKY COUNTRY/BLUEGRASS SERIES
Join us as part of the 2022 Eichelberger Concert Season on the CareSource lawn at the Levitt Pavilion in downtown Dayton! Bring your lawn chair, cooler, and picnic basket, and get ready for a night of free music under the stars! Plan your visit HERE
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. 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. For the self-produced Tiny Little Movies, Hoge chose to highlight the raw chemistry of his road band. There’s a classic, rock & roll centerpiece to everything this band does, but it’s still a group of four different people, and we all bring different influences to the table,” says Hoge, who turned to Grammy-winning producer/engineer Matt Ross-Spang to mix the album at Sam Phillips Recording. Hoge right now is at his best: raw, amplified, and inspired, with enough hunger to keep him inspired and enough content ment to add perspective to his rougher edges.