Over The Rhine – Tickets – The Grey Eagle – Asheville, NC – January 29th, 2020

Over The Rhine
Presented by The Grey Eagle and Worthwhile Sounds

Over The Rhine

Willy Tea Taylor

$22.00 - $30.00
All Ages
On the heels of their 15th studio release "Love & Revelation," Over the Rhine returns to The Grey Eagle in Asheville NC on January 29.
  • ALL AGES
  • 8PM SHOW, 7PM DOORS
  • SEATED SHOW
  • LIMITED QUANTITY OF PREMIUM SEATING TICKETS AVAILABLE

OVER THE RHINE

When you listen to Over the Rhine, the supremely talented musical couple comprised of Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler, you quickly fall under the spell of Karin’s timeless voice “which has the power to stop the world in its tracks” (Performing Songwriter). But then the songs start hitting you. Paste magazine writes, “Over the Rhine creates true confessional masterpieces that know neither border nor boundary” and included Bergquist and Detweiler in their list of 100 Best Living Songwriters. Rolling Stone recently wrote, Over the Rhine is a band “with no sign of fatigue, whose moment has finally arrived.” That’s quite a sentiment for a band celebrating 30 years of writing, recording, and life on the road. But as Karin Bergquist states, “There is still so much music left to be made.” Love & Revelation, the brand new album from Over the Rhine, is a record for right now. The songs have been rigorously road tested and burst at the seams with loss, lament, and resilient hope. The LA Times writes, “The Ohio based husband and wife duo has long been making soul-nourishing music, and the richness only deepens.”

WILLY TEA TAYLOR

Willy Tea Taylor is a father, brother, and son. His remarkable ability to sing about profound subjects in a simple way makes his songs a great place to lose yourself. Much of that comes from his upbringing.

Willy grew up surrounded by rolling hills and horses in the small town of Oakdale, California. Known as the “Cowboy Capital of the World” for breeding so many world champion rodeo cowboys, Oakdale is still Willy’s home and the setting for many of his songs.

Despite coming from a long line of cattlemen – his grandfather Walt was one of the most respected of his generation – Willy’s first love was baseball. Willy calls John Hartford, Roscoe Holcomb, Bob Dylan, KISS, Weird Al Yankovic and Willie Nelson his biggest influences.

Willy is recording and set to release his next full length album in Summer 2020 on Blackwing Music.

Venue Information:
The Grey Eagle
185 Clingman Ave
Asheville, NC, 28801