Hip-hop and country music will come together on the last day of November at the Bomb Factory. But this isn't some silly redneck rap peddled to the lowest common denominator. Yelawolf has a sound that's rooted more in dark Johnny Cash tunes and Ennio Morricone's spaghetti western soundtracks than George Strait ballads and 2 Live Crew jams. With songs about struggling through the eyes of the poor, the persona Michael Atha has made speaks to people who struggle, not just with money, but life. With Bubba Sparxxx, Jelly Roll and Struggle Jennings (yes, Waylon is his grandfather), it will be a party, but the kind the kind that's meant to lift you up and feel better about the future.