Date: October 11, 2019
Time: 7:30 PM
$129 package includes:
- One premium reserved ticket
- VIP early venue entry
- Exclusive pre-show meet & greet with Gone West
- Personal photograph with Gone West
- Private and intimate pre-show acoustic performance
- Limited edition tour poster autographed by Gone West
- Official meet & greet laminate
- Limited availability
VIP PACKAGE: $129 plus tax
Tier 1 - $56 plus tax
Tier 2 - $42 plus tax
Tier 3 - $30 plus tax
ABOUT GONE WEST
Some things are inevitable. More than Grammy Awards or platinum albums, sometimes friendship is greater to motivate creativity, serving as its own momentum. Such is the case for how the harmonically buoyant, impossibly lush acoustic rock-country of Gone West came to be.
On a personal break from one of the most musical pop breakthroughs of the last several years, multiple Grammy-winner Colbie Caillat and her fiancée Justin Kawika Young (11 #1 Hawaiian songs) decided to head to Nashville where Caillat’s co-writer, recording artist and friend Jason Reeves was living with his wife songwriter/Academy of Country Music Award nominee Nelly Joy. For Caillat, who’d already collaborated with Taylor Swift and Brad Paisley, as well as CMA Song of the Year winner Liz Rose, it felt almost like a homecoming.
“They introduced us to all of their friends, and everyone was so welcoming,” Caillat recalls of the 2017 move. “I didn’t have any set plans, but I’d always thought it would be fun to be in a band.”
The warm familiarity extended to the creative groove the four friends enjoyed from their 14-year history of making music together. While Reeves, who’s also written for Lanco, Kenny Rogers, the Jane Dear Girls and Rachel Wammack, has been working with Caillat since “Bubbly,” there was a chemistry between the four that was undeniable. When the opportunity for an acoustic tour came up based on her The Malibu Sessions, which featured the foursome, they took their friendship on the road.
As Joy explains of the EP’s title, “We’ve all experienced highs and lows in life and love, and the songs we wrote for this album represent those ebbs and flows.”
Those tides that rise can sweep music lovers, especially ones who love breezy life-affirming songs, into a whole new realm of happy. Life isn’t always perfect, but when you’re Gone West, you can find the silver lining, the golden sunset, the lemonade in those moments that often pull us down.
- Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
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