• Tennessee Studs 22 juni in D'n Hiemel

Tennessee Studs 22 juni in D'n Hiemel


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“EEN EIGENWIJS KRUIDIGE MIX VAN BLUEGRASS, COUNTRY EN FOLK"


Zo gaat het zaterdag 22 juni vanaf 20.00 uur klinken in D’n Hiemel in Maastricht want trappen de TENNESSEE STUDS hun concert af. Don’t be square, be there.
Tickets 15,99 euro (kassa 20 euro):
https://shop.compoticketing.eu/nl/shop/ticketshop/event/5098CA116506/1

Mix
“Een eigenwijs kruidige mix van bluegrass, country en folk” schreef Folk Forum over het meest recente album Turn Up the Heat van de Tennessee Studs. Een rake typering van de sound van de drie Nederlanders, een Canadees en een Zweed, die allen hun sporen hebben verdiend in de Nederlandse bluegrass- en folk-scene.

Geïnspireerd
De bandnaam doet denken aan artiesten als Doc Watson, of Johnny Cash, of misschien wel The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, die de song Tennessee Stud (van Jimmy Driftwood) allemaal opnamen. “En of het nou toeval is of niet, dat wijst gelijk in de richting van het geluid van de band dat je americana zou kunnen noemen, maar meer specifiek een lekker eigenwijs kruidige mix is van bluegrass, country en folk, met een flinke dosis pit erin. Of zoals ze dat zelf zeggen op hun site: "You bet your ass it's bluegrass!". Om dat dan vervolgens te nuanceren met de woorden "Inspired by the spirit of bluegrass, we spice up our originals with folky, funky and freaky Americana."

De Studs
De Tennessee Studs zijn – in hun eigen bewoordingen:
Jan Hovers - badass bass;
Jeff Cardey - master of the mandolin;
Joram Peeters - the six feet fiddler;
Jeroen Schmohl - mr dobro en
Roland van Beveren - telecaster & cable soup.
And all Tennessee Studs are singers, songwriters & guitar pickers.

“A STRONG SPICY MIX OF BLUEGRASS, COUNTRY AND FOLK"

This is what it will sound like on Saturday, June 22 from 8 p.m. in D'n Hiemel in Maastricht as the TENNESSEE STUDS kick off their concert. Don't be square, be there.
Tickets 15.99 euros (box office 20 euros):
https://shop.compoticketing.eu/nl/shop/ticketshop/event/5098CA116506/1

Mix
“A stubbornly spicy mix of bluegrass, country and folk,” wrote Folk Forum about the most recent album Turn Up the Heat by the Tennessee Studs. A striking characterization of the sound of the three Dutchmen, a Canadian and a Swede, who have all made their mark in the Dutch bluegrass and folk scene.

Inspired
The band name is reminiscent of artists like Doc Watson, or Johnny Cash, or perhaps The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, all of whom recorded the song Tennessee Stud (by Jimmy Driftwood). “And whether it is a coincidence or not, that immediately points in the direction of the band's sound, which you could call Americana, but more specifically a nice, stubborn, spicy mix of bluegrass, country and folk, with a good dose of spice. in it. Or as they say on their site: "You bet your ass it's bluegrass!". And then nuance that with the words "Inspired by the spirit of bluegrass, we spice up our originals with folky, funky and freaky Americana."

The Studs
The Tennessee Studs are – in their own words:
Jan Hovers - badass bass;
Jeff Cardey - master of the mandolin;
Joram Peeters - the six feet fiddler;
Jeroen Schmohl - mr dobro and
Roland van Beveren - telecaster & cable soup.
And all Tennessee Studs are singers, songwriters & guitar pickers.