Dash Rip Rock w/Ned Van Go & Delta Doom
Believe it or not, Nashville’s cowpunk tradition stretches back further than its pyrotechnic country stadium show tradition. Before Garth ever made his high-flying mark, Jason & the Scorchers made a lot of noise. East Nashville’s Ned Van Go does the same on its brand-new album, Lost in the Trouble. The Ned Hill-led quartet connects the blue-collar country-rock dots by covering a Bottle Rockets tune — with the Rockets’ Robert Kearns singing backup, the Georgia Satellites’ Dan Baird on rhythm guitar and no less than Scorchers guitarist Warner Hodges peeling off solos — along with hating on Music Row (“Poor White Trash Southern Reputation Blues”), taking up for poor working folks (“Last Factory Song”), and paying tribute to hard-drinking Irish kindred spirit Shane MacGowan. It’s most appropriate, then, that Ned Van Go and Southern gothic metal duo Delta Doom are opening this show for the fairly legendary — if you run in the right circles, that is — cowpunk outfit Dash Rip Rock.
Thu, Aug 1 | 8:00 PM
18 and over