Rightfield with Hunter Cox
November 4 @ 7:30 pm
Doors at 7:30 pm – Music at 8:30 pm
Tickets – $12 in advance or $15 at the door
Reed Hoelscher and Jack Blocker grew up together. They went to the same school and played on the same sports teams, up until middle school, when they parted ways. Years later, they reconnected after finding out that they lived in the same dorm at the University of Arkansas, and what started as old friends jamming in the music room and watching baseball games together turned into musical duo Rightfield. They moved into the same house and started fine-tuning their sound–before they knew it, Rightfield was opening for larger bands and expanding their audiences faster than ever. Their deluxe album is a culmination of their successes and failures in the creation of Rightfield. Their goal is to be timeless– to make music that will be remembered for the next 50 years, not the next 50 days.
Hailing from Fort Worth, Texas, Hunter Cox is accompanied by a band of misfits from Houston known as The Big League Boys. The band consists of Izack Redmon on drums, Will Braun on bass and keys, and the Lone Ranger on guitar (no one knows his true name). Together they have cultivated a unique sound that airs on the side of Folk Rock, with a HEAVY emphasis on Rock. Someone once asked, “How would you describe your music?” In a synchronized fashion, they all replied, “Loud.” Their debut single, Gunslinger, released in 2019, continues to gain popularity with over 600,000 streams. Firmly grip your hats and drinks while listening.. or don’t your choice!