Nashville-by-way-of-Los Angeles-by way of Asheville roots rockers Truth and Salvage Co. are working their way back to their East Coast origin. It was at their Halloween show last fall that the band unofficially announced a move from California to Tennessee. They've since solidified the relocation; they've also been at work on their sophomore release, due out early next year. That, and lots of touring. They just played Skynyrd's Simple Man cruise to the Bahamas and "we're finishing a tour raising money for Vets called MusicForVets," says drummer William "Smitty" Smith. Truth and Salvage Co. returns to The Grey Eagle on Friday, Nov. 23. Bombadil opens. 9 p.m., $10 in advance or $12 day of show. http://www.thegreyeagle.com.
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