Hannah Aldridge Band – Dream of America

+ Support from The Pleasures

Born and brought up in Muscle Shoals, the daughter of Alabama/Nashville Hall of Fame writer Walt Aldridge, Hannah is a chip off the old block in terms of talent but is very much her own woman, as a writer, recording artist and electrifying live performer.

With a voice equal parts gritty and melodic, she is a gifted storyteller, with songs that soothe like a lullaby or crack like a whip, instantly arresting, with a hint of danger to hide the vulnerability. Dark, and irresistibly engaging, she delivers her stories with all the conviction of a church bell ringing out through the streets of a small Alabama town.

As she says in her song Aftermath: ‘I was born in a crossfire’

Hannah is steadily making a name for herself through extensive touring in UK (with sell out shows, including the last Southern Fried Festival), Europe and Australia, as well as the USA. Her music embraces Americana, dark country and rock, resulting in a highly individual style.

This short Scottish tour with her band, including special guest and long time collaborator Lachlan Bryan (Melbourne), showcases songs from her stunning new third album Dream of America, which has been pulling in 5 star reviews across the globe.

Could fill a room with her own electricity… Daily Record

Aldridge’s music is a sonic treat, as stylistically she paints from many different musical brushes – Billboard Magazine

Support – The Pleasures

The Pleasures are an Americana band fronted by renowned Australian singer-songwriter Catherine Britt – multi-Golden Guitar winner, multi-ARIA nominee, fifteen-time Grand Old Opry performer AND Melbourne’s Lachlan Bryan – modern-day troubadour, songwriter’s songwriter, Golden Guitar winner and consummate story-teller.



Event Info

Cost - £15/£13

Date - 17 Nov 2023

Doors - 7:30 pm



Jail Wynd, Stirling, FK8 1DE

+44 (0)1786 27 4000


Tolbooth Tues-Sat 10am-5pm

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