RYAN BINGHAM with THE WILD FEATHERS

RYAN BINGHAM with THE WILD FEATHERS
Event on 2013-06-01 20:00:00

RYAN BINGHAM with THE WILD FEATHERS

Saturday, Jun 01, 2013  08:00 PM –

 RYAN BINGHAM with THE WILD FEATHERS
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 7 P.M. DOORS, 8 P.M. SHOW
BABCOCK THEATRE
2812 2nd Ave. N., Billings, Montana 59101
Tickets on-sale Friday, March 15 at 10 a.m. MST
General admission, all ages, advance,  day of show
Additional fees may apply

Grammy, Oscar and Golden Globe winning musician Ryan Bingham will make a stop at the Babcock Theatre in Billings, Montana with support act The Wild Feathers on Saturday, June 1st as a part of his 2013 North American tour.  Fresh off the first leg of last Fall’s US tour, which included multiple sold out dates, this tour will continue to support Bingham’s acclaimed fourth studio album, TOMORROWLAND, which was released last September through his own label Axster Bingham Records, distributed through Thirty Tigers/RED.  Blackbook magazine recently praised “Bingham flexes as many of his rock ’n’ roll talents as his country songwriting skills, with a few beautiful, politically tinged ballads to boot.”  Fans can purchase tickets for the June 1st general admission show beginning Friday, March 15th at 10 a.m. MST. 
 
New Mexico born Ryan Bingham is an acclaimed Grammy, Oscar and Golden Globe winning musician.  In 2009, Bingham wrote and performed the theme song “The Weary Kind” for the acclaimed film Crazy Heart starring Jeff Bridges.  The track was produced by Grammy-winning producer T Bone Burnett and earned Bingham an Academy Award, Golden Globe Award and Critics' Choice Award for “Best Song” in 2010, as well as a Grammy Award for "Best Song Written for a Motion Picture" in 2011.  In 2010, Bingham released his critically acclaimed third studio album “Junky Star” on Lost Highway Records.  The album, Bingham’s highest charting and most successful release to date, debuted in the Top 10 on the Billboard Rock Album Chart and Top 20 on the Billboard 200 Chart.  For more on Ryan Bingham please visit: www.binghammusic.com.

Tickets are available at JadePresents.com, at the Tickets300 box office (2911 3rd Ave. N. in downtown Billings, open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday), Rimrock Mall, Ernie November Records, by calling (866) 300-8300, or at Tickets300.com. 

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at Babcock Theatre
2812 Second Avenue North
Billings, United States

Horse Feathers

Horse Feathers
Event on 2012-12-11 20:00:00

Horse Feathers

New Year's Eve always suggests a new beginning, and "Cynic's New Year" welcomes Horse Feathers' fans with the promise of something new. To be sure, old friends return. Wrapped around Justin Ringle's unique vocals are sparkling guitars, dancing fiddles, and smoky banjo woven through the foundation of the lower strings. But new elements are everywhere: horn, woodwind and brass appear and fade, and drums drive the beat in places, providing new texture and heft. The lyrics traverse familiar themes from natural disaster to the deeply personal, each through Justin Ringle's uniquely American linguistic lens. New vistas and new stories are explored with deep insight and fresh intimacy, always with an abiding respect and affection. The universe rises to threaten, inspire, and sometimes punish, but always to teach a valuable lesson. Souls, lost and found, embark on thoughtful emotional journeys. The first single, "Fit against the Country", describes a nation where working men and women shoulder their careworn lives with neither apology nor surrender. These are words that need to be held close, owing their poignance as much to the savor of their pure sound as to their meaning. "Where I'll Be", another single from this brilliant collection, has an infectious rhythmic cadence that marks it as one of the great songs evoking trains, with a compelling sentiment that belies the gray landscape it travels. Again joining Justin is instrumental coconspirator Nathan Crockett, accompanied by a gathering of gifted Northwest musicians including Dustin Dybvig, Victor Nash, Justin Power, Catherine Odell, Jedadiah Bernards, Cory Goldman, Jenn Rawling, Adam Thompson, Scott Magee, Brandon Johnson, and sound engineer Skyler Norwood. "Cynics New Year" does not fail to deliver something beautiful and new. It navigates a thoughtful, thought-provoking expedition from the wide sky and rolling ocean to the most private corners of the human heart.

at Echo
1822 W Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, United States

HORSE FEATHERS with FRANK FAIRFIELD and OLD SOUL

HORSE FEATHERS with FRANK FAIRFIELD and OLD SOUL
Event on 2012-11-13 20:00:00
Cynic's New Year" professes an ending but welcomes Horse Feathers' fans with the promise of something new. To be sure, old friends return. Wrapped around the warmth of Justin Ringle's vocals and sparkling guitar, fiddles dance in the spaces between, above the smoky banjo and woven through the foundation of the lower strings. The lyrics traverse familiar themes from natural disaster to the deeply personal, each through Justin Ringle's uniquely American linguistic lens. New vistas, new stories, are explored with deep insight and fresh intimacy, always with an abiding respect and affection. The universe rises to threaten, inspire and sometimes punish, but always to teach a valuable lesson. Souls, lost and found, embark on thoughtful emotional journeys. The single, "Fit against the Country", renders a nation where working men and women shoulder their careworn lives with neither apology nor surrender. These are words that need to be held close, owing their poignance as much to the savor of their pure sound as to their meaning. "Where I'll Be", another single from this brilliant collection, has an infectious rhythmic cadence that marks it as one of the great train songs, and a compelling sentiment that belies the gray landscape it travels. Justin's melodic wizardry transcends without discarding the group's post-folk harmonic vernacular. The skillful instrumental arrangements remain true to their acoustic roots but bring some surprising new voices to the circle. Horn, woodwind and brass appear and fade, lending broader timbral texture to the sonic canvas. There is a light hand on the reins of this music. By turns sweet or playful, it can unexpectedly rise to a swelling muscularity that never pushes, but steadfastly lifts the spirit. Again joining Justin is instrumental coconspirator, Nathan Crockett, accompanied by a gathering of gifted Northwest musicians including Dustin Dybvig, Victor Nash, Justin Power, Catherine Odell, Jedadiah Bernards, Cory Goldman, Jenn Rawling, Adam Thompson, Scott Magee, Brandon Johnson, and sound engineer Skyler Norwood. "Cynics New Year" is anything but cynical, but does not fail to deliver something beautiful and new. It navigates a thoughtful, thought-provoking expedition from the wide sky and rolling ocean to the most private corners of the human heart. I hope this "Year" is only one of many, many more to come.

at The Oak and The Ax
140 Main St
Biddeford, United States

(Late Show) Horse Feathers

(Late Show) Horse Feathers
Event on 2012-11-10 22:15:00
(Late Show) Horse Feathers
Saturday, November 10, 2012 – 10:00pm doors / 10:15pm show

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"Cynic's New Year" professes an ending but welcomes Horse Feathers' fans with the promise of something new. To be sure, old friends return. Wrapped around the warmth of Justin Ringle's vocals and sparkling guitar, fiddles dance in the spaces between, above the smoky banjo and woven through the foundation of the lower strings. The lyrics traverse familiar themes from natural disaster to the deeply personal, each through Justin Ringle's uniquely American linguistic lens. New vistas, new stories, are explored with deep insight and fresh intimacy, always with an abiding respect and affection. The universe rises to threaten, inspire and sometimes punish, but always to teach a valuable lesson. Souls, lost and found, embark on thoughtful emotional journeys.

The single, "Fit against the Country", renders a nation where working men and women shoulder their careworn lives with neither apology nor surrender. These are words that need to be held close, owing their poignance as much to the savor of their pure sound as to their meaning. "Where I'll Be", another single from this brilliant collection, has an infectious rhythmic cadence that marks it as one of the great train songs, and a compelling sentiment that belies the gray landscape it travels.

Justin's melodic wizardry transcends without discarding the group's post-folk harmonic vernacular. The skillful instrumental arrangements remain true to their acoustic roots but bring some surprising new voices to the circle. Horn, woodwind and brass appear and fade, lending broader timbral texture to the sonic canvas. There is a light hand on the reins of this music. By turns sweet or playful, it can unexpectedly rise to a swelling muscularity that never pushes, but steadfastly lifts the spirit.

Again joining Justin is instrumental coconspirator, Nathan Crockett, accompanied by a gathering of gifted Northwest musicians including Dustin Dybvig, Victor Nash, Justin Power, Catherine Odell, Jedadiah Bernards, Cory Goldman, Jenn Rawling, Adam Thompson, Scott Magee, Brandon Johnson, and sound engineer Skyler Norwood.

"Cynics New Year" is anything but cynical, but does not fail to deliver something beautiful and new. It navigates a thoughtful, thought-provoking expedition from the wide sky and rolling ocean to the most private corners of the human heart. I hope this "Year" is only one of many, many more to come.

at Club Cafe Live
56-58 S 12th St
Pittsburgh, United States