Having already conquered England, Frank Turner takes his band on a headlining U.S. tour, including Sunday's stop at the Triple Rock. Turner's direct, honest songs conjure familiar names—Billy Bragg and Bruce Springsteen come to mind—but his voice is all his own, using an anthemic punk-rock quality that adds an element of communal catharsis to his folk approach. His works pull from traditional places and stories, mixing it up between solo voice/guitar reflections and full band compositions that are ultimately rock-inspired folk music. With a strong, personal stage... More >>>