Asheville’s honky tonk darlins, Hearts Gone South, will be celebrating the release of their new album, Nothing Left To Burn, on May 17th at The Grey Eagle. Hearts Gone South play original classic-style country and honky tonk full of heart and soul, laced with wit and woe. Hearts Gone South’s sound has been described as “ the sweet spot between vintage country and modern production values — that make the band’s original tunes sound and feel warmly familiar.” - Bill Kopp, author, music journalist, historian, collector, and musician.Led by vocalist Tricia Tripp, this cast and crew of all star players (JP Parsons,-tele, Casey Saulpaugh - pedal steel, Scott Thomas- drums, and Landon George- bass) bring fire and feeling to the age-old stories of heartbreak, love, and victory for the underdog. From tear-soaked ballads, to heartfelt dance tunes, to twangy barn burners, Hearts Gone South shoots straight from the hip with impassioned vocals, a tight rhythm section, and smoking leads, to hit their target dead on. A band rooted in a love of old country, and branching out into their own firebrand of the genre, Hearts Gone South will win your heart over with their original country, shining like diamonds in a rhinestone world. Vaden Landers Band will open up the night, getting the dance floor primed for one FUN evening.