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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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