- Sun Mar 20, 2022
- 6:00 PM / Show: 7:00 PM
Struggle Jennings at The Vogue in Indianapolis on Sunday, March 20, 2022!
Struggle Jennings was destined to be an Outlaw
The grandson of legendary Country Music icon Waylon Jennings, Struggle is part of a long legacy of Gangsters, Outlaws and Rock Stars.. Growing up as a black-sheep in his family, he fought his way out of the streets of West Nashville and into the studio where he would create the foundation for what has become his personal contribution to the Jennings family legacy..
Struggle’s message of strength, determination and courage in the face of adversity continues to connect and resonate with people around the world. By sharing his story with honesty and passion he has developed a large and loyal fanbase who relate not only to his music but also to his personal journey.
Since being released from prison in 2016 Struggle has performed for sold-out crowds across the country and released multiple projects. He is finally poised to take his place as a true modern-day Outlaw and secure his position as the Godfather of the burgeoning Outlaw Hip Hop Rock & Roll movement.
Caitlynne Curtis started singing when she was 3 years old. She fondly remembers, “I used to sing to my grandma.” When she was 6 her mom put her in voice lessons. The minute she got her first solo she says, “It’s like I knew from then on that music is what I wanted to do.” Her parents moved their whole family down to Nashville from Massachusetts when she was twelve so that she could pursue music. After receiving a heartbreaking rejection from X Factor at the tender age of 16, Caitlynne thought she blew her chance at being a singer, but she never really gave up. Her life took a detour when she had her son at 19. Selling cars to support herself and her son, she would record covers of songs to her Instagram as a small way to keep her dream alive. Fortunately, the stars aligned and the right person came along to change everything. Now, thirteen years after moving to Nashville, Caitlynne is realizing her dream. Signed to Angels & Outlaws, an independent label spearheaded by rapper Struggle Jennings, she’s set to release her first full length album early in 2021.
A Killer’s Confession, the band, led by former Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis is back with their much-anticipated third album, “Remember.” Featuring artist Chad Gray from Mudvayne. The single “Remember” hit mainstream billboard #32. AKC has found their sound and proved there is no limit to what they can and will do. “Remember” was produced by Sahaj Ticotin (RA) in Fort Wayne Indiana. Formed in 2016 in Cleveland, OH, A Killer’s Confession (AKC) is led by vocalist Waylon Reavis and consists of Morgan Bauer (drums), JP Cross (bass), and Thomas Church (guitar). The debut album from AKC “Unbroken” was released on May 12th, 2017. The ﬁrst single “A Killer’s Confession” featured Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch. The band self-released their next three singles (“Angel On The Outside,” “I Wish,” and “Reanimated”) They then released their second album “The Indifference of Good Men” in 2019 with billboard charting song “Numb.”
Brianna’s debut album “ Welcome To My Nightmare “ is out now.
SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2022
THE VOGUE THEATRE
TICKETS AT THEVOGUE.COM
THIS SHOW IS GENERAL ADMISSION AND SEATING IS NOT PROVIDED. YOU MUST BE 21+ TO ENTER THE VENUE WITH A VALID FORM OF IDENTIFICATION. ALL TICKETS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE AND NON-REFUNDABLE. TWO FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION MAY BE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY.