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City Pages presents [moved from the Fine Line]

Nikki Lane

with Clear Plastic Masks and Hope Country

Sunday, November 15, 2015

7:00 pm

$16.00 ADVANCE | $18.00 DOOR

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This show has been moved from the Fine Line to the Turf Club.

Tickets purchased for the Fine Line show will be honored at the Turf Club. Any refunds must be requested before Tuesday, November 10.

For tickets purchased online, contact Etix to request a refund. Tickets purchased in person at First Avenue, the Turf Club, the Depot Tavern, or through our local ticket outlets can be refunded at The Depot or the Turf Club.



NIKKI LANE

For her hotly anticipated sophomore album, Nashville songstress Nikki Lane teamed up with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys for a record that turns the vulnerable singer-songwriter stereotype on its ears. With songs that crucify ex-boyfriends, celebrate one-night stands (as long as she can bolt town right after) and proclaim that it’s “always the right time to do the wrong thing,” Lane comes across like a modern-era Wanda Jackson, albeit with more oats to sow. “My songs always paint a pretty clear picture of what’s been going on in my life, so this is one moody record,” she says.


CLEAR PLASTIC MASKS

Formed in New York City, Clear Plastic Masks quite literally have honed a world of influence into bluesy, punk—and soul—informed rock ‘n’ roll. Lead vocalist and guitarist Andrew Katz, born and raised in Detroit, was a stage actor when he met Dominican Republic-born drummer Charles Garmendia, guitarist/keyboard player Matt Menold and bassist Eduardo DuQuesne in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn where they were working at a moving company together. In 2012​, the band moved to Nashville with the opportunity to work on their debut albumBeing There with producer Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes, Benjamin Booker, Hurray for the Riff Raff).


HOPE COUNTRY

“I believe that with love and encouragement we can change the worst of atmospheres,” says Brent Johnson. His desire to create an environment and place of hope led him to start Hope Country in 2011. Born and raised on a farm in Wisconsin, Brent had a desire to see the world and travel at an early age. He began playing in bands at 17 and has since toured in over 40 states as well as all over Canada.