Truth & Salvage Co. is back! (Well, sort of)

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Rest up this weekend, because Truth & Salvage Co. comes back to Asheville for a mid-week show next week — Wednesday, June 14. You’re going to need all of your energy reserves for the dancing and beer hoisting and singalongs.

Big changes are afoot: The band recently relocated from L.A. to Nashville, putting them closer to their Asheville friends and their roots (read about how they went from an N.C.-based hokum band to a Calif.-based country-rock act here). They’re also at work on a follow up to their 2010 Chris Robinson-produced self-titled debut.

And they have a new bassist — Dean Moore.
And drummer Smitty got engaged.
And keyboardist Walker got a new cowboy hat.
And they’ve added some new material to their setlist, like a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Sweet Virginia.”

(What they don’t have is a new promo shot, so we pulled this one from their Facebook page.)

Okay, so to recap: New material, new bass player, new East Coast-ish home base and a Wednesday, June 14 show in Asheville, at The Grey Eagle. 9 p.m., $10 in advance or $12 day of show. Self-described “musical omnivore” Patrick Sweany opens.

Watch Truth & Salvage Co. in this live recording of “Old Piano”:

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About Alli Marshall
Alli Marshall is the arts writer and editor at Mountain Xpress. She's lived in Asheville for more than 20 years and loves live music, visual art, fiction and friendly dogs.

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