REIGNWOLF

The Grey Eagle and Worthwhile Sounds Present

REIGNWOLF

JJ Wilde

Wed, August 14, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$18.00

This event is all ages

STANDING ROOM ONLY

REIGNWOLF
REIGNWOLF
Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, Reignwolf is a rock and roll band known for their raw sound and high energy performances. Debuting in 2012, their powerful live show soon earned them a devoted following with appearances at major music festivals (Coachella, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Glastonbury, Download) and dates opening for some of the most influential bands including Black Sabbath and Pixies.

Reignwolf recently completed a 34 date North American Fall 2018 tour and then stepped back into the studio to put the finishing touches on their debut album,Hear Me Out, available now.
JJ Wilde
JJ Wilde
“State of Mind” out now.

https://jjwilde.lnk.to/StateOfMind

When someone asked JJ Wilde to choose between music and a relationship, there's only ever been one answer: music. Music has permeated every part of JJ Wilde’s life since childhood, and it’s something she’s held closely: an unwavering connection she’s fought to foster.

But in 2018, Wilde came to a crossroads. At 26, she was working three jobs and had resigned to the idea that music might not work out for her, but she continued writing because that’s what she was born to do. By then, she amassed over 500 songs, some of which became the basis for her debut EP, Wilde Eyes and Steady Hands, out June 21st via BMG / Black Box.

Wilde may not have had a clear vision of what exactly Wilde Eyes and Steady Hands would look like, but she knew how she wanted it to feel.

“Before the writing trip I had thought about what I had to say, what my message was and that was to give an unfiltered, unapologetic point of view on my personal experiences, and really anything. I just wanted it to be raw,” says Wilde.

Wilde Eyes and Steady Hands is, in fact, a raw, unapologetic view of the world through the eyes of a 26- year-old woman, and a culmination of Wilde’s journey: raw, rough and full of brutal honesty. “I wanted to tell people who I am, so they could enjoy it...or not.”
Venue Information:
The Grey Eagle
185 Clingman Ave
Asheville, NC, 28801
http://www.thegreyeagle.com/