Announced via press release:

ACM, CMA, and Grammy-nominated artist,  Will Hoge, will be bringing his energetic show featuring new music and chart-topping hits to play The Soundry in Columbia, MD Sunday, October 20, 2019. He will be joining Elizabeth Cook. Fans can expect a high energy show with some brand-new Hoge songs like “Gilded Walls” and “Middle of America,” as well as popular fan favorites like, “Even If It Breaks Your Heart.” Doors open at 6:30pm and tickets start at $20 for all ages. For additional information visit

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Grammy, ACM, and CMA nominated singer-songwriter and activist, Will Hoge, made his name honing a blend of soulful Americana and heartland rock & roll that has allowed him to release eleven records, tour the globe and earned him a #1 song “Even If It Breaks Your Heart.” Although he’s grateful for the commercial success, what’s even more important to him is the freedom to stand up for his convictions and put them into his music when the time calls for it. Never afraid to wade into political territory, Hoge has expressed his observations and frustration with human rights issues over the last fifteen years, and as conflicts continued and intensified, he refuses to remain silent. Border police. Political corruption. Poverty. Gun control. Indifference to others’ suffering…Hoge confronts them all head-on with his latest release in October 2018, My American Dream, and is the fiercest, angriest and most heartfelt collection of songs he’s released to date. Currently, he is working on new material. Stay up-to-date at



The Soundry is located here: 10221 Wincopin Cir, Columbia, MD 21044

I have not attended an event at The Soundry yet…but this is one event at that location that is on my radar. Maybe I can get in to the event take some photos for the blog and others as part of “the press” covering the venue and event. Something for me to look into soon.

Have you been to The Soundry? Let me know your thoughts on that venue.

Scott E

(note – photo provided in the press release from September 19th)


  1. The Soundry is nice. I’ve seen a few bands there; Melodime, Stephen Kellogg, The Talbott Brothers. It’s run by the Clyde’s Group, which also runs The Hamilton in DC. For most shows, you can choose to be at a table more towards the center of the venue, or opt for the bar / high top tables. The bar is in the back, though the venue isn’t so big for it be an issue. Sound and sight lines are good throughout. A small food menu is available, and the food is good. Full bar, and a few craft beer options are available. It’s quite different from when it was the Tomato Palace!

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