I occasionally get offers for tickets to concerts for people who aren't country. I've generally just passed on these, but this time I offered the tickets to Sunday's Landon Pigg show to my Nashville correspondents and one of them took me up on the offer and went. I'm glad that I offered the tickets because it sounds like Hannah had a good time. Thank you to Sony Music for the tickets.
RCA recording artist Landon Pigg opened for A Fine Frenzy on October 25, 2009 at 3rd& Lindsley in Nashville as part of local radio station Lightning 100‘s weekly “Nashville Sunday Night” program. Promoting his recently released album, “The Boy Who Never,” Nashville-native Pigg entertained the sold-out crowd with a selection of melodic indie pop songs, including “Made for Glory,” “Rooftops,” from “The Boy Who Never,” and “Can’t Let Go,” from his first full-length RCA release, “LP.” Pigg also performed “High Times,” from the soundtrack for the movie “Whip It,” in which he played Ellen Page’s love interest. He closed out the set with “Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop,” which most people would recognize from recent AT&T commercials. Thanks to RCA Records and Nashville Gab for such an enjoyable night.