Nikki Lane + Brent Cobb
Full Capacity Show
Ardmore Music Hall
Doors: 7:15PM | Show: 8:00PM
Nikki Lane + Brent Cobb w/ Andrew Combs at Ardmore Music Hall
Friday, August 27th 2021
#singersongwriter #country #americana
About Nikki Lane
Nikki Lane’s stunning third album Highway Queen, out February 17th, 2017, sees the young Nashville singer emerge as one of country and rock’s most gifted songwriters. Co-produced by Lane and fellow singer-songwriter, Jonathan Tyler, this emotional tour-de-force was recorded at Matt Pence’s Echo Lab studio in Denton, Texas as well as at Club Roar with Collin Dupuis in Nashville, Tennessee. Blending potent lyrics, unbridled blues guitars and vintage Sixties country-pop swagger, Lane’s new music will resonate as easily with Lana Del Rey and Jenny Lewis fans as those of Neil Young and Tom Petty.
About Brent Cobb
For his fourth album, Keep 'Em on They Toes, Brent Cobb is giving his songs the space they need to speak for themselves, a reflection of his own decision to write about the way he sees the world. "My last couple of albums have been about people and places, and I wanted this album to be about thoughts and feelings," he says. "I think it's pretty easy to look around and see what's going on in the world. With my heroes and the people that I listen to, it seems like the natural progression for me." Yet at his core, Cobb still writes country songs, so there's a continuity between Keep 'Em on They Toes and past projects like 2016's Shine on Rainy Day (a Grammy nominee for Best Americana Album) and 2018's Providence Canyon, named for a gorge near his hometown of Ellaville, Georgia. After living in Los Angeles and Nashville to develop his music career, Cobb and his family moved back to Georgia a few years ago -- a decision that he says absolutely affected his songwriting. "It's funny because the last two albums were about me growing up in Georgia, and now we're back here," he says. "I'm not writing about missing it anymore, so the songs are coming from within now. It's not a longing for home, it's what I think about now that I live down here."