Restless Road, Redferrin & Carter Faith (6th March 2024, Frankfurt)

Right the day after the Sound of Nashville show in Cologne on 5th March 2024, I headed to Frankfurt. Again, Sound of Nashville presented a trio of country music artists in the week between the Country To Country events. The famous Frankfurt Club Das Bett hosted Restless Road, (Blake) Redferrin and Carter Faith. Redferrin has been added to the line-up rather short notice, replacing Wyatt Flores, who could not travel to Germany.

This posting comes with 377 major size pictures as part of the concert gallery.


Das Bett – About The Venue

Das Bett (“The Bed”) is a club in the West of Central Frankfurt. You can reach it with a short tram ride from the main station to Mönchhofstrasse (lines 11, 21). The area is rather commercial and also features a nearby hotel. I already featured another Sound of Nashville show in October 2019, featuring Sarah Darling, Kenny Foster and Robert Counts.

Sound of Nashville Frankfurt – About The Artists

The main act of the evening was Restless Road. The Nashville-based country music trio is active since 2013. The three band members, Zach Beeken, Colton Pack and Garett Nichols, met during the third season of the US-American X-Factor. After releasing a self-titled EP in 2020, they released their debut album Last Rodeo in October 2023.

As said above, Blake Redferrin, nowadays just named Redferrin, replaced Wyatt Flores rather short notice. His vita is quite interesting. Originally, the Tennessee native was a professional motocross racer. He is not only active as a solo artist, but also as a songwriter. In Frankfurt, he presented his January 2024 album, Old No. 7.

The third artist at Das Bett is Carter Faith. She is a native of Davidson, North Carolina. Born on 14th June 2000, she turned into a professional singer-songwriter in 2018. Carter Faith Jones, which is her civil name, had her debut at the Opry in 2022. One year before, she released the EP Let Love Be Love.


Sound of Nashville Frankfurt – The Show

Carter Faith stepped on stage right in time at 19:00. She played a mixture of already released songs and new songs. One of the new one was Missing You, which she stated to have played the evening before in Hamburg for the very first time. She did not only persuade with her songs, but with some basic phrases in German. Unfortunately, I struggled with taking pictures from the floor area – later I could take pictures from behind the mixer, which worked much better. After 33 minutes, she finished her set with the title song of her 2023 single Man.


Powerful Performance by Redferrin

The second artist of the day was Redferrin. The 45 minute set of the artist kicked off at 19:55. Thereby, he was accompanied on stage by a drummer only. An interesting setup, which however worked perfectly with his music, which sometimes even had a touch of rap. His characteristic voice and active performance cheered up Frankfurt from the very beginning. He especially emphasized on his recent EP release Old No. 7, of which he played songs like She’s Like Whiskey, Lose Her For Nothin’Just Like Johnny or Doin’ Life. The last three songs of the show also came from this release, namely Miss Summer, Champagne  In The Morning and Jack and Diet Coke. The packed Das Bett loved his performance for sure.


Restless Road

So far, Frankfurt saw a really nice country music evening – but Restless Road turned it into a memorable one. Just before 21:00, they stepped on stage. Their set lasted some 62 minutes. The sound level meter multiple times jumped over 100 dB – and that still felt too low for that amazing powerhouse. Regardless whether the band played rather uplifting songs like their two openers, Bar Friends and Sundown Somewhere or more ballad-alike songs, the crowd loved to party and sing-a-long with the Nashville act. Some highlights of the early part of their songs were also the song they originally recorded with Kane Brown, Take Me Home and a cover medley featuring songs like Jason Aldean’s She’s Country or Beer Never Broke My Heart, originally by Luke Combs.

Also the later part of the show did not make the people think about their upcoming workday or the transportation strikes in Germany. Songs like Head Over Heels made the people dance, while others like Growing Old With You touched Germany’s hearts. Especially the dark, present voice of Charles Beeken, but also the energy on stage, lead to a superb show. After having a lovely cover of Keith Urban’s Somebody Like You, the evening concluded with two songs of their last album. Namely, this was No Can Do and the title track Last Rodeo.



Sound of Nashville Frankfurt – The Gallery

Here are 377 major size pictures of the show. They are located in the concert gallery:



Sound of Nashville Frankfurt – My View

The selection of act initially felt a bit of random – but finally it has been a blast.  This was a bit of sad for the rather finer and more fragile Carter Faith – in this setting, the two powerhouses simply felt stronger. Especially Restless Road showed why they deserve to play at an (almost?) full house. After Restless Road visited Germany as a support for Kane Brown before, let’s keep our fingers crossed these acts come back to Europe soon.



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