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10 - Jul
'
(Nearby Event: Concerts & Music)
Where:The Wayfarer, 843 W 19th Street, Costa Mesa, California, United States, 92627
with Jade Jackson
Chris Shiflett had just wrapped up another batch of worldwide Foo Fighter tour dates, when his plane touched down in Nashville. He'd been on the road for months. Off- stage, he'd been writing new music of his own music that looked not only to his rock & roll roots for inspiration, but also to the old-school country music of Merle Hag- gard and Buck Owens. The time had come to record another solo record, which is how Shiflett found himself back in Nashville, tracking his new songs with producer Dave Cobb in the same historic studio RCA Studio A where he'd created 2017's West Coast Town.Hard Lessons, Shiflett's newest album, is a raw blast of Telecaster twang and guitar-driven bang, driven home by autobiographical songwriting and muscular guitar work. Like West Coast Town, it plants its boots on both sides of the country/rock di- vide, mixing songs about honky-tonk heartache and small-town roots with the urgent sound of overdriven guitars, the epic screech of Marshall tube amplifiers, and raw chemistry of a live-in-the-studio band.There's the bar-band bombast of "Liar's Word." The noisy, chest-beating stomp of "This Ol' World." The funky Texas boogie of "Marfa on my Mind." The supersized country shuffle of "The One You Go Home To," Shiflett's old-school duet with Elizabeth Cook. Together, those songs help build a louder, livelier record than Shiflett's earlier work, creating a bridge between his longtime day job as lead guitarist for modern rock's biggest band and the acclaimed, Americana-influenced solo projects that have kept him doubly busy for nearly a decade.Raised alongside the California coastline in Santa Barbara, Shiflett kicked off his career in seminal pop-punk groups like No Use For a Name and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. As the '90s gave way to the 2000s, he joined the Foo Fighters' line- up. He's since become one of the band's longe
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