Hurricane Hoss

The Kennett Flash & Anson B. Nixon Park Present

Hurricane Hoss

Anson B. Nixon Park

Wed, July 11, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

Free

This event is all ages

This concert is presented for FREE thanks to various sponsors. No RSVP or ticket is necessary. Just show up!

Hurricane Hoss
Hurricane Hoss
"...honest-to-goodness country splendor anchored by fiddle playing and down-home vocal charm that endear immediately to even the lightest of fans of the genre...” inWilmington

“…catty, cool, authentic…smashing the sounds straight outta Nashville.” philadelphiaweekly

HURRICANE HOSS has blown through the juke joints and watering holes of America, the perfect example of a classical good-girl gone outlaw. She’s shot whiskey in the Midwestern Wilds, danced to zydeco in Louisiana, fallen in love in the Rockies, and two-stepped on top of broken hearts in Nashville. With fiddle, banjo, and guitar in tow, Hoss sings the stories of her travels and travails, as well as traditional songs of the American experience. Fans of Western Swing (ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL, THE TIME JUMPERS) and vintage country (PATSY CLINE, GLEN CAMPBELL) will easily find a place for Hoss in their ears and hearts.

Hoss’s newest album, “Shoulda Said Nothin’”, showcases award-winning fiddle playing and songwriting, as well as members of her all-star band THE PERFECT STORM.The new album in it’s entirety takes listeners on a journey through the full gamut of emotions. Tongue-in-cheek ditties like “I Should Have Said Nothing” (penned by Ross Bellenoit) and “Down the Road” poke fun at former lovers and Hoss herself; “Modena” is a love song to a home after a life on the road; “Only Mistake” and “Rocksalt and Nails” (written by Utah Phillips) tell stories of betrayal and abandonment that speak to the sweetness of Hurricane Hoss, hiding under the veneer of a Country and Western superhero.
Anson B. Nixon Park
Anson B. Nixon Park
Located on North Walnut Street, just off State Street, Anson B. Nixon Park is a hidden gem nestled just north of charming downtown Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Comprised of 106 acres, the Park was carved out of the historic woodlands of the late 18th through early 20th century Chambers estate. This natural setting includes two ponds, meandering streams, woodlands including a beech grove with specimens dating back over 250 years, and three miles of walking trails.

Anson B. Nixon Park has many exciting events including the Trout Rodeo, the Kennett Run, disc golf tournaments, and a summer concert series. Other events open to the public include the Kennett Run, Rock the Park Fundraiser and Sky Tours. The park is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year.
Venue Information:
Anson B. Nixon Park
405 N. Walnut Road
Kennett Square, PA, 19348