Wayne “The Train” Hancock live (Photo courtesy the artist)
If Hank Williams were alive today, he’d be 94 years old. It’s unlikely he’d still be making music, and, even if he were, he probably wouldn’t sound very much like the young Hank Williams. On Wednesday evening, the closest you could get to a vintage Hank Williams show was seeing Wayne “The Train” Hancock perform his style of traditional country at DC’s City Winery.
Wayne Hancock (Photo courtesy Bloodshot Records)
Wayne “The Train” Hancock released Slingin’ Rhythm, his most recent album, via Bloodshot Records in 2016. He’s coming around to play his catalog at City Winery on Wednesday, Sept. 5, and there’s only a handful of tickets remaining!
Luke Winslow-King (Photo by Victor Alonso)
New Orleans singer-songwriter Luke Winslow-King mixes Mississippi delta blues, folk, jazz, and roots rock on his new album, Blue Mesa, due this Friday, May 11, via Bloodshot Records. On the previous night, Luke performs at Pearl Street Warehouse on Thursday, May 10.
Sarah Shook and The Disarmers (Photo by John Gessner)
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers released Years, their second full-length album, on April 6 via Bloodshot Records. The country music singer and her band are on tour with a stop at Pearl Street Warehouse on April 26.