Hayseed Dixie at Nozstock 2017

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Hayseed Dixie

Hayseed double live album coming in 2018, Y'all. Mixing it this week in the Nashville 'chateau'. (ooh aaahh, etc.) ... See MoreSee Less

Hayseed double live album coming in 2018, Yall. Mixing it this week in the Nashville chateau. (ooh aaahh, etc.)

 

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With a live blu-ray? 😀

Can't wait🎻🎸🎶🎵🎤🎼

David Wright

I don't really like live albums,but I hope that this one includes all the little anecdotes and stories he tells at live shows,because they are great and I love watching these guys!! Looking forward to another trip to The Brook in Feb...I have seen this band live more than any other band and I still look forward to every gig!!! 🤘🏻🍺🎻

Yes!!! 😎

yaaaasssss

Hayseed Dixie is awesome!

Will it be on vinyl, and will it be available at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds when you play in Feb?

.. I must admit I find myself listening to more of their original compositions these days rather than the cover versions.. John is a vastly underrated song writer and all the guys are amazing musicians... Keep on rocking Dixie

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R.I.P Malcolm

Sad 😢

Great photo!! 🙁

Excellent tribute to an absolute legend.

Make sure you turn them up to 11 in heaven x

Awesome photo ..respect !!!

RIP Malcolm Young Excellent tribute

RIP Mr Young

Nuff said.RIP

Powerful picture for a powerful monster of Rocknroll ! RIP mal!

Kristoffer.

The stage is an emptier place.

Sad, sad day 🙁

Now THAT is a rig. RIP Malcolm Young.

well, ain't that a load of poop in a jar!

😞

Dommage....j'aime pas le son Marshall...

Got me a one way ticket going the wrong way. R.I.P Malcolm 🎸

We Salute You Malcolm. RIP

Richard Åberg dags att inreda hemma nu 🤪👍🏻

This picture is so sad. R.I.P Mal.

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Hayseed Dixie

Hayseed Dixie

Jan 30, 8:00pm

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Public Onsale : Fri, 8 Sep 2017 at 10:00 AM

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Hayseed Dixie

Hayseed Dixie

Feb 16, 8:00pm

The Brook
466 Portswood Road
Southampton,  SO17 3SD Map

£18 Adv / £21 Door / Age 18 And Up

Tickets:
the-brook.com/event-details/7697135/hayseed-dixie/

“The Hayseed’s berserk hedonism is indeed refreshing! ★★★★★” - The Guardian

“Hayseed Dixie highlights the worth of mountain music to all things rock: energy, dirt-punk rhythm, careening harmonies and the fundamental right of all no-good fuck-ups to raise hell come Saturday night.” - Uncut

“Superlative musicians with a deep love and understanding of the dynamics of both modern rock and ancient hillbilly music” - The Times

“I enjoyed this and . . . on further investigation . . . it’s not good . . . it’s fabulous!” – Brian May, Queen

“This is great! I can’t wait to get the royalty check!” - Gene Simmons, KISS

Hayseed Dixie began one innocent Summer day in 2000 when John Wheeler and Mike Daly drank roughly enough whiskey to float a battleship from the Florida Coast over to Portugal and back and decided to play around in John’s studio. Having spent the previous few years touring around with assorted country hat-acts, John had assembled a proper pile of recording equipment. Thus when he and Mike discovered in their drunken epiphany that the Lost Highway of Reverend Hank Williams and the Highway to Hell of Bishop Bon Scott were indeed the same identical stretch of tarmac, they were well and truly prepared to document this revelation in situ.

East Nashville, Tennessee in the Summer of 2000 was a proper Bohemian party place, and a few friends stopped by, drank some of John’s whiskey, and played and sang on this recording here and there, as was the custom of the times. And ten AC/DC songs were suddenly reimagined and recorded forever anew, entirely reinvented as Appalachian Mountain hillbilly rave-ups. Everyone danced (oh how they danced!) around the studio room and out onto the porch and drank more whiskey. (You should have been there. Really. You should have.)

Now, functioning well as “Exhibit A” in the demonstration of how one’s beginnings rarely know one’s ends, Hayseed Dixie have evolved into a proper force, one that most people either love, hate, or have never heard of. There isn’t really any middle ground, nor should there be. But fourteen albums - consisting of both original material and reinterpretations of previously rendered songs - and global physical *sales in excess of half a million copies, with over 1,200 live shows in 31 different countries testify: Hayseed Dixie are the undisputed creators of the musical genre, Rockgrass. There are many copycats, converts, and disciples out there. Accept no imitations.

And now, holding up their own idiosyncratic mirror to an unsettled and unsettling 2017, Hayseed Dixie offer up their 15th studio album, a collection of both original songs and reinterpretations of R&B and Soul classics. Dance with them as they probe the queries: “Why do we still believe there is such a thing as ‘race’?” “Are concepts like ‘nations’ and ‘nationality’ really useful to people who lay bricks or perform kidney stone surgeries?” and “Why does every song always sound better with a banjo in the mix?” The boys are seeking after the root core categorical commonality that runs like an eternal golden braid throughout all of humanity. Then they will buy it a drink!

Plus special guest... Emma McGrath

Emma McGrath is a 17 year old singer-songwriter heralding from Harpenden, North London. Writing her own material since the age of 12, Emma self released her first EP, The Judgement, in November 2014. This was followed up in December 2015 with the self released single Sit With Me, which caught the attention of key media including BBC Introducing who awarded it ‘Track Of The Week’ twice and Radio 2 where it received plays from both Dermot O’Leary and Bob Harris. Topping off a great 2015, Emma was awarded The PRS Foundation's Lynsey de Paul prize.

Over the past year Emma has been working hard building up a close network of writers who have helped to develop her craft and hone her sound. Recognising this The PRS Foundation recently awarded Emma a Women Make Music grant for the development and subsequent release of a mini album. She is now recording with several highly qualified and exciting producers including: Grammy Award winning Jimmy Hogarth, Brit School alumni Jackson and Rhiannon Mair. Scheduled for release in late Autumn 2017, the mini-album will be preceded by several singles, the first of which is slated for July.
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PurLEASE get Ocean Oceann Wisdomm back again next year yo, main stage or something.. this years set was 🔥🔥🔥🔥 Elliot Baker

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COMPETITION...As you might have heard, we're celebrating 20 years at Nozstock The Hidden Valley 2018. So, we want to hear your tales of Nozstocks past. Send us an e-mail to promotions@nozstock.com and the best will win 2 free tickets! ... See MoreSee Less

COMPETITION...As you might have heard, were celebrating 20 years at Nozstock The Hidden Valley 2018. So, we want to hear your tales of Nozstocks past. Send us an e-mail to promotions@nozstock.com and the best will win 2 free tickets!Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Christ on a bike, I think me and Jack would be able to chew your head off we have that many stories 😂

Michael Jones I think you could put something forward for this.....win us some tickets!!!

Can't wait till next year 😍😘❤

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