Nashville-based singer-songwriter Ron Pope’s new video “My Wildest Dreams” premieres today via The Tennessean; watch HERE and read the piece HEREThe Tennessean describes the track as “an etheral, humbling reflection.” The track is from his upcoming album, Bone Structure, out March 6 via Brooklyn Basement Records.

“After my daughter was born, I was incapable of writing,” Pope explains, “Having a new child was so all-consuming that I couldn’t focus on anything else. Finally, I decided to write a song explaining what I was feeling in those first few months with this beautiful new being in my home.”

Pope will be hitting the road in support of the new record, kicking off this Friday, January 10 in Nashville and seeing stops across the U.S. and Canada. You can find a complete list of tour dates below.

Rolling Stone Country premieres “Habits” video:

Read Pope’s interview with Billboard

The Bluegrass Situation

“Writing these songs reminded me of where I’ve been and how hard it was to claw my way out of that pit of my own creation,” Pope says of the new record. “I don’t miss who I used to be…Having to stare at those ancient reflections of myself through this process has not always been so easy, but I’ve tried to be as honest as I can stand to be.”

“When I became a father, I spent a lot of time fixating on the things I don’t know and what I wasn’t taught,” Pope explains, “What can I do better than the people who raised me and what should I borrow from them?” He goes on to say, “The narratives on this album are only part of what I wanted to share with my child. This record is also meant to take her on a sonic journey through my influences…I guess she’s influencing me now, too.”


January 10

Mercy Lounge

Nashville, TN

January 11

Lincoln Hall

Chicago, IL

January 14

Great Hall

Toronto, ON

January 15

Union Stage

Washington DC

January 16

Foundry at Fillmore

Philadelphia, PA

January 17


Boston, MA

January 18

Bowery Ballroom

New York, NY

January 22

Fine Line

Minneapolis, MN

January 24

Bluebird Theater

Denver, CO

January 25

The Greek Station

Salt Lake City, UT

January 27


Seattle, WA

January 28

Aladdin Theater

Portland, OR

January 30

Great American Music Hall

San Francisco, CA

January 31

Teragram Ballroom

Los Angeles, CA

February 1

Crescent Ballroom

Phoenix, AZ

February 3

Bronze Peacock

Houston, TX

February 5

3Ten @ ACL

Austin, TX

February 6


Dallas, TX

February 8

Terminal West

Atlanta, GA

April 17

Union Chapel

London, UK

April 18

The Stoller Hall

Manchester, UK

April 19


Amsterdam, Netherlands

April 21

Kulturkirche Köln

Cologne, Germany

April 23


Göteborg, Sweden

April 24

Hotel Cecil

København K, Denmark

April 25

Södra Teatern

Stockholm, Sweden

April 27

Parkteatret Scene

Oslo, Norway

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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