Rocker and country artist John Hiatt will be rolling his luxury, Texas-sized tour bus into San Juan Capistrano this Friday to perform for a sold out show.
The marks just one stop on a lengthy North American tour spanning into late November.
The majority of this American singer and songwriter's set list will likely be tracks off his 20th solo career album, Dirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns. Hiatt is best known for songs “Perfectly Good Guitar” and “Have a Little Faith in Me.”
This latest album has a lot to live up to, as it's the predecessor of Hiatt’s 2010 gem album, The Open Road, which was acclaimed by the Los Angeles Times as "a bluesy, heartland-soaked musical excursion."
Rolling Stone proclaims Hiatt’s musical craftsmanship is sharper than ever on the this latest album.
Hiatt has stopped at the Coach House for at least one performance a year for the past three years with multiple appearances in the past. There is no doubting some of the country and horse lifestyle folk of San Juan Capistrano and surrounding environs will be coming out for the show.
But whats best about Hiatt is his musical style varies throughout his career and his voice is seldom with country twang.
The Friday night show at the Coach House is expected to be an amazing performance of American heritage music from a man with a humbling musical career. Hiatt is likely to speak about professional hockey and crack jokes about his age and figure.
The event is sold out, according to the the venues website. Tickets may still be available at the box office and there is always a possibility of catching someone who desperately needs to sell their tickers.