Nostalgic, long forgotten memories rise up like a patient seed that has worked tirelessly to penetrate the top layer of soil.
Memories finally bud back into your mind; comfort settles into your soul. You long for your innocent age of endless summer nights lying in the grass, starring at stars.
It saddens you that those years are only known to history now.
Such is the voice of Ryan Bingham, stopping in Anaheim this Saturday, March 2 at the House of Blues as the second leg of his US tour.
Building off his recent success of his newly released album, Tomorrowland, audiences can expect to experience Bingham in a tougher, unapologetic light.
This is in major opposition to his grass root blues-rock vibes from his previous albums.
Well known for his song, “The Weary Kind” from the film Crazy Heart; which earned him an Academy Award, Golden Globe and Grammy Award.
Bingham has released 2 solo albums and 2 more with his band, Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses.
Born in Hobbs, New Mexico, Bingham was introduced to bull riding in his teenage years and quickly came to understand the demands and demeanor riders of the rodeo circuit must endure.
This translates through his solo albums, striking through with unleashed violence, controlled by the strength and weight of Bingham’s voice.
Tickets can be purchased now at binghammusic.com, Live Nation, and at House of Blues.