The Loose Hinges Head East to Sevierville and Black Mountain


 East Nashville Meets East Tennessee and East Asheville

The Loose Hinges Kick Off Tour in Support of Nothing’s Permanent

Nashville, Tenn. (May 9, 2015) The Loose Hinges, a popular duo in East Nashville’s music scene heads east May 15 and May 16 to gigs in Sevierville, Tenn., and Black Mountain, N.C.  the first in a lineup in support of their sophomore release, Nothing’s Permanent slated for release Aug. 21.

 Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass Festival in Sevierville was just added to their tour schedule and The Loose Hinges appear on the GoTeez Clothing Company stage at 8 p.m. Fri. May 15.  Saturday night, May 16, they appear at 8 p.m. at The Town Pump in Black Mountain. Both events are free.

The Loose Hinges are American singer-songwriters based on the upper west side of Nashville in the rural town of Joelton, Tenn. Eliot Houser and Kris McCarthy-Houser are roots-based in their approach to the songs they write, record, and perform;  yet they don’t  adhere to a genre-specific format.  

Nothing’s Permanent is their second full-length recording following an eponymous debut, a recording met with high esteem from critics.  Music Emissions wrote, “… a delightful mix of styles and influences without a hodge-podge of indecision and inconsistency… rock with a difference, rock with a classy edge.” 

From The Muse’s Muse, “The Strength of The Loose Hinges is the impressive song-for-song musical exuberance that keeps coming at you,” and Skope Magazine said, “Ranging from vampy swagger to deconstructed Blues, this duo eludes pigeonholing in true Indie fashion….[the] sky’s the limit for this duo…”

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