|GROOVY NEW SHOWS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO OUR SCHEDULE!
CHAD & JEREMY, JAWG, BEVERLY McCLELLAN, KIM RICHEY, MORE!
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Gurf Morlix was born in Lackawanna, New York (near Buffalo), saw the Beatles on Ed Sullivan, formed a band (in which Peter Case made his stage debut), moved to Austin to escape the cold and play music, befriended Blaze Foley and a bunch of other Austin characters, moved to Los Angeles, worked for more than a decade as Lucinda Williams' guitarist, band-leader and backing vocalist, produced Lucinda's acclaimed Sweet Old World and eponymous albums, famously left Lucinda, toured with Warren Zevon, moved back to Austin, produced a number of classic Americana albums you likely own if you are any kind of Americana music fan, played on many more albums you probably own if you fall into that category, got inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame, received the Americana Music Association's "Instrumentalist Of The Year" award, went on to make seven critically acclaimed albums of his own, and then toured the world supporting them. Tonight, luckily for you and us, he's playing here.
Singer/songwriter Noel Paul Stookey has been altering both the musical and ethical landscape of this country and the world for decades both as Paul of the legendary Peter, Paul & Mary, and as an independent musician who passionately believes in bringing the spiritual into the practice of daily life. Stookey's vocal sound is known all across this land, from "Wedding Song (There Is Love)" to "In These Times." He's an icon and a living legend, though he'd probably decry the use of such terms. His 8:00 show is sold out, so we've just added a 10:00 to accommodate demand. Don't wait too long to get your tickets.
Susie Glaze & The Hilonesome Band have been likened to the classic British bands Pentangle and Fairport Convention in that they blend classic folk music with rough-edged stories of tragedy and fate, all with orchestral arrangements sounding like chamber music gone folk! A lush newgrass Americana folk fusion quintet presenting gorgeous eclectic blends of mountain folk and exciting new grassy and Celtic-inspired originals, all with the remarkable voice of Susie Glaze. A critical favorite of Americana/roots publications No Depression and FolkWorks, among others, Ms. Glaze was a featured artist on the Compass Records tribute album Dear Jean - Artists Celebrate Jean Ritchie alongside such artists as Judy Collins, Pete Seeger, Janis Ian, Tim O'Brien, John McCutcheon, Robin and Linda Williams and many more. She's here celebrating her newest release, Not That Kind Of Girl, produced by Herb Pedersen.
NoCal's Houston Jones invites you into a world of musical virtuosity and storytelling ranging from the myths of ancient Greece to the red dirt back roads of Waskom, Texas. The acoustic heart of the band beats with the passion of five lifetimes lived in a musical landscape from revival tents to Irish pubs, New Orleans to the Great Plains to Motown, a church in Cape Cod to a punk club in Berkeley. This explosive, wide-ranging performance will touch your heart and get your feet moving of their own volition. The Bay Area based high-octane Americana quintet performs a repertoire that ranges from bluegrass and folk to blues and gospel. We KNOW this is gonna be a good'un. See you here.
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