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5 28




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Fri
6 3

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Award-Winning Songwriter from
The Pozo-Seco Singers

Taylor Pie
Taylor Pie

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Pie's "Time", with Pozo-Seco Singers, when she was called Susan Taylor, hit #1 in LA, Chicago, and Boston! Three albums followed on Columbia, 1 on Certron Records and then a solo album on JMI Records. Her first Taylor Pie release was, “Long Ride Home” which front paged on CDBaby, followed by “Jubal”. Then came PuffBunny Records “So Little Has Changed”, "Live at Hondo's", and re-release of the JMI album, "Taylor Pie aka Susan Taylor Finally Getting Home."

Artists Bette Midler, Tanya Tucker; Mickey Gilley; The Forester Sisters; Terri Hendrix; Don Williams; Valerie Smith; Lewis Family; The Tuttles with A.J; Cluster Pluckers and more have recorded her songs. "Just Like Angels", was nominated for the gospel Dove Award, and "Full Grown Fool" gave Mickey Gilley a top 20.

Pie's songs can be heard on Americana/Folk Pop satellite, internet and public radio stations and her current cd, "Taylor Pie aka Susan Taylor Finally Getting Home" has become her top seller.



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Sat
6 4

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"A little jazz, a little blues, a little rock n’ roll and a lot of great lyrics." - San Marcos Record
Aaron Stephens
Aaron Stephens

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Aaron Stephens is a soul singer/songwriter and musician born in Illinois, raised deep down in McAllen, Texas. Writing songs, singing, and playing guitar since the age of 12, Stephens has an original songwriting and performing style that can both soothe and stir.

Since 2012, Stephens has been playing shows all across Texas. With his soulful voice, songwriting, and tasteful guitar playing, Aaron Stephens and his tight, groove-based band are standing out and gaining some momentum.

On June 18, 2014, Aaron Stephens released his first full-length album entitled "Hard Times Straight Lines". The 9-song album is a perfect example of Aaron Stephens' music: honest, relatable and soulful.Can't join us in person? Watch the live online broadcast!

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Fri
6 10

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"The next time someone tells you they don’t make good music anymore, tell them they must not have heard of Speace." - No Depression
Amy Speace
With special guest Emily Robinson
Amy Speace
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“Amy Speace channels the classics,” writes Billboard Magazine of her latest release “That Kind Of Girl”. Jon Pareles of The New York Times described the record as “grace over drama” and No Depression wrote “The next time someone tells you they don’t make good music anymore, tell them they must not have heard of Amy Speace. She is a timeless singer/songwriter who has captured this writer’s attention with a record which should be a topic of debate on several year-end award lists.“ Recorded in East Nashville with producer Neilson Hubbard and a small ensemble of musicians, the record is spare and direct, honest and focused. Holly George-Warren, celebrated author and music critic, calls it “breathtaking.” And just as critics were raving about her new album, she was hired by The New York Times' Financial Section to write an original song and an accompanying essay about the financial challenges of being an artist. The song, "Spent" was featured on NPR's "Marketplace." She has also written pieces for The Nashville Scene, Blue Rock Review, Performing Songwriter Magazine, among others.

Baltimore–born singer- songwriter Speace started her creative career out in the theater. She studied classical acting in NYC after graduating with high honors from Amherst College and spent a few years carving out a life spent rushing from lower east side theater rehearsals to film and commercial auditions to many support jobs which ranged from legal secretary to personal assistant for actress/singer Lainie Kazan. She was discovered by Judy Collins in 2005, releasing her debut in 2006 on Collins’ Wildflower Records, “Songs For Bright Street” to rave reviews. She moved to Nashville from NYC in 2009, releasing “Land Like A Bird” on Thirty Tigers. Her song “The Weight of the World”, which Judy Collins has called “one of the best political folk songs I’ve ever heard” was named as the #4 Folk Song of the Decade by NYC’s premiere AAA radio station WFUV. In 2013, she received the best reviews of her career with "How To Sleep In A Stormy Boat,” a song cycle inspired by Shakespearean characters, winning 4 stars from Mojo Magazine and a feature on NPR’s “All Things Considered”. Her songs have been recorded by Judy Collins, Red Molly, Memphis Hall of Fame blues artist Sid Selvidge and others.

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Sat
6 11

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CD Release Show
Terri Hendrix
& Lloyd Maines

Terri Hendrix
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Nearly 20 years after the release of her debut album, Two Dollar Shoes, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Terri Hendrix is about to unveil the most ambitious project of her career. In fact, it’s not just one, but five — four albums and a book — all of which will debut in 2016. Titled Project 5, the event begins with the release of Love You Strong, on her own Wilory Records label. Though each segment of Project 5 is distinct, they’re linked by their relationship to the concepts of love, hope, faith and understanding. Love You Strong explores issues of trust, loyalty and conviction, while putting love under a microscope.

Throughout her career, Hendrix also has been fond of defying the status quo and blazing her own path. She’s never been on a label other than her own Wilory Records, never had a distribution deal, never allowed interlopers to compromise her musical instincts. She’s turned her mantra, “own your own universe,” into not only a business plan, but a blossoming nonprofit arts center in San Marcos, just outside of Austin, known by the acronym OYOU.

Along the way, she became an early adopter of ecommerce and has funded 15 albums completely through online pre-orders. Well before the advent of fundraising pledge sites, Hendrix developed this model through her strong relationship with loyal fans. They pony up because they know she and producer/performing and business partner Lloyd Maines would never record less than stellar work. (“Lil’ Jack Slade,” the song they co-wrote with Dixie Chicks Martie Maguire and Emily Robison Strayer, earned a Best Country Instrumental Performance Grammy in 2002, and the album it’s on, Home, won Best Country Album.)

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Sun
6 12

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Terri Hendrix
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hosting

Soldier Songs
& Voices Workshop

FREE - Veterans & Active Duty Military Personnel only.

Soldier Songs & Voices
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In collaboration with Soldier Songs & Voices, The Bugle Boy Foundation invites veterans and active duty military personnel to gather with musicians and share their music in a relaxed and informal environment that encourages musical expression and healing experiences. All workshops are free and we also supply instruments if needed.

Please Click here for workshop information and full schedule.

A big THANK YOU to the Texas Commission on the Arts and the
National Endowment For The Arts
for assisting with funding for this program.


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Fri
6 17

Door 7 PM
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“When Mills opens her mouth to sing...
well, get ready to be moved.” – Icon Fetch

Lisa Mills
Lisa Mills
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Mississippi native, now Alabama resident Lisa Mills could be called a blues singer, or a gospel singer, or a torch singer or an R&B singer, and each label would be accurate. In fact, as the reviews of her 2014 album I’m Changing poured in, she was described in all of these terms, and at least a couple of critics suggested they even heard the nascent stirrings of a jazz stylist in some of her more nuanced readings.

A special and deeply personal project, her new release Mama’s Juke Book will be comprised of songs Lisa found by chance in her late mother’s possessions—specifically, in a Dollar Store General spiral notebook in which her mother had handwritten lyrics to 25 of her favorite country tunes, all dating from the early ‘70s. Her mother, Jan Powell, was a country music devotee who unfortunately passed away in 2012. In a real sense Mama’s Juke Book is a love letter from daughter to mother but it is also a Southern cultural timepiece capturing mainstream country music in a transitional period ahead of the emergence of the Outlaw movement in the mid-‘70s.

Although the content of Mama’s Juke Book is drawn from country, Lisa’s interpretive artistry takes country for a new spin when chestnuts originally recorded by the likes of Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Buck Owens, Conway Twitty and others are revealed to have hidden pockets of soul and blues when considered from a fresh point of view by a versatile vocalist—similar to what she demonstrates on I’m Changing in finding new avenues of expression on covers of the Rev. Robert Wilkins’s “I Wish I Was in Heaven Sitting Down” and Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing." In a summary that is both specific to the album and a telling appraisal of an artist coming into her own, David McGee, writing in the online roots music/cultural journal Deep Roots, praised I’m Changing as “a rare breed, a roots torch album of sweep and depth comparable to classic pop counterparts such as Sinatra’s devastating Gordon Jenkins-arranged No One Cares,” and concluded: “(Lisa Mills is) a singer and songwriter of the first rank, uncompromising in the vision and concept of her art.”

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Sat
6 18

Door 7 PM
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"Charismatic musicians with a wide stylistic range and a palpable love of music." - Blue Rose Records Review
South Austin Moonlighters
South Austin Moonlighters
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The South Austin Moonlighters (SAM) play an eclectic mix of songs, from heartfelt soul, country, greasy New Orleans funk to raucous rock-n-roll. Remarkably it all comes together; creating a magical essence that has earned the band a loyal following, and it insures that no two Moonlighters’ shows are alike. SAM’s collective musical experience (with artists as diverse as Gatemouth Brown, Stephen Bruton, Bo Diddley, Jimmy LaFave, Fastball, Papa Mali, Mike Zito, Tracy Bonham, Joe Ely, John Popper, and Lisa Loeb) allows them to segue from genre, to genre, effortlessly…We guarantee SAM will be your new favorite band.

The Band consist of Lonnie Trevino Jr – Bass & Vocals, Phil Hurley – Guitar & Vocals, Phil Bass – Drums & Vocals, and Chris Beall – Guitar & Vocals. The Band's origin manifested when Lonnie Trevino Jr had the idea of putting together a side group (where they could all “moonlight” on their steady gigs-thus the band’s name), just for the pure joy of playing music. “Lonnie had the audacity and connections to book a series of Tuesday evening happy hour gigs at The Saxon Pub and things took off from there”, explains Phil Hurley. Since then SAM have self-released two CD’s that have garnered “Highest Recommendations” from venue owners and national publications alike for SAM’s “Live At The Saxon Pub” released Nov. 2012, and studio album debut “ Burn & Shine” released Feb. 2014.

The inspiration of SAM stems from the band members’ mutual respect and admiration for each other’s skill and mastery of their instrument. Musicians are always seeking out others who inspire them and challenge them to improve. This group is an amazing example of what can happen when you put a bunch of talented guys in one room with an emphasis on joy and no egos involved. And now be prepared to witness The JOY that is The South Austin Moonlighters!

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Fri
6 24

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Four Time New Mexico Music Award Winners
Honeyhouse
Honeyhouse
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“hONEyhoUSe” is a unique acoustic trio combining the talents of three very diverse and seasoned artists into one unexpected powerhouse force. Consisting of award winning R&B/Gospel soulstress Hillary Smith, earthy Blues/Folk singer-songwriter Yvonne Perea, and sweet voiced Mandy Buchanan, “hONEyhoUSe” seamlessly melds the lines of musical genres with their original creations embracing blues, soul, folk and Americana into one sweet Honeyhouse of music.

Hillary Smith - Vocals: With a deep soulfulness rooted in the Gospel-driven churches of her youth, a classically trained vocal instrument that’s a natural wonder and a God-given instinct for swinging a lyric, vocalist Hillary Smith has been electrifying audiences across the US for more than a quarter century. She’s a belter, but her voice also possesses great warmth and expressiveness, and she is able to get under the skin of those in her audience.

Yvonne Perea - Vocals & Acoustic Guitar: With a seamless merging of folk, blues, and rock, Yvonne’s music captures her audience through her memorable melodies, relevant lyrics, and soulful earthy vocals. After hearing Yvonne or watching her perform live, you come away with the feeling that you’ve really seen a glimpse of Yvonne’s soul.

Mandy Buchanan - Vocals: Red River, NM songbird, Mandy Buchanan always delivers a moving, powerful performance whether she is singing with a lone guitar player or a full band, lead vocals or harmonies. Surrounded by a family of musicians, Mandy began singing in church at an early age. From country to blues, jazz to rock and roll, her sweet voice will take you by surprise when you least expect it.

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Sat
6 25

Door 7 PM
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"Carry It Up" CD Release!
Woody Russell
A lush, complex recording with a soul-jazz heart, created by a master craftsman and his superb band.
Woody Russell
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Critically acclaimed, award winning vocalist, guitarist and composer, Woody Russell will share songs from his latest release "Carry It Up". The Austin, Texas based Russell has always been a genre-blurring artist and Carry It Up is no exception.

As a lyricist, Woody digs deep in to intimate narratives and is equally comfortable addressing a broader social consciousness. The album focuses on themes of love, compassion, tolerance, respect and the quest for all of the aforementioned. There is no mistake that Russell possesses a voice which places him as a frontrunner on the jazzier side of the singer-songwriter scene. And, not unlike a primary influence, Van Morrison, he navigates the sound of his words with a rhythmic precision and melodic expression akin to a jazz improviser. Then there’s his guitar playing, which Blues Revue likened to “the fearlessness of Jeff Beck”.

Carry It Up is a lush, complex recording with a soul-jazz heart, created by a master craftsman and his superb band.

2013 Bugle Boy Founder's Choice Talent Trust Recipient

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Sun
6 26

Door 1:30 PM
Show 2 PM
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Ruben V hosting.
Soldier Songs
& Voices Workshop

FREE - Veterans & Active Duty Military Personnel only.

Soldier Songs & Voices
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In collaboration with Soldier Songs & Voices, The Bugle Boy Foundation invites veterans and active duty military personnel to gather with musicians and share their music in a relaxed and informal environment that encourages musical expression and healing experiences. All workshops are free and we also supply instruments if needed.

Please Click here for workshop information and full schedule.

A big THANK YOU to the Texas Commission on the Arts and the
National Endowment For The Arts
for assisting with funding for this program.


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Sat
7 2


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July 4th Holiday

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Fri
7 8

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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The Official "Music Ambassador of Texas"
Gary P. Nunn
Solo Acoustic Show!
Gary P. Nunn
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Gary P. Nunn has been TAKING TEXAS TO THE COUNTRY and Texas country to the world for some 40 years now, establishing himself as an icon of Lone Star music. A founding father of the progressive country movement out of Austin in the 1970s that changed the face of popular music, Nunn is also an independent music pioneer who continues to oversee his own record label and song publishing companies, manage his own career (with the help of his wife Ruth), and play most every weekend at top music venues throughout Texas and beyond. His composition “London Homesick Blues” — with its internationally known “I wanna go home with the Armadillo” chorus — is a signature Texas country song that was the theme for the PBS concert TV show “Austin City Limits” for nearly three decades. It’s no wonder that All Music Guide hails him as “a Texas music institution.”

Nunn was a key figure in The Lost Gonzo Band when they recorded Jerry Jeff Walker’s landmark ¡Viva Terlingua! album, on which “London Homesick Blues” was a breakout hit. Nunn’s own songs have always served him well, being recorded by stars like Willie Nelson (“The Last Thing I Needed, The First Thing This Morning”)which hit #2, Rosanne Cash (“Couldn’t Do Nothing’ Right”), which hit #15 on the country singles charts), David Allen Coe and many other artists.

And now, more than half a century since he first started playing music, Nunn enthuses, “I’m having more fun now than ever. It just feels good. When you have a great band behind you and the audience is out there on the dance floor, you just say, ‘Yeah! This the reason I got into this in the first place.’ I love it more than ever.”

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Sat
7 9

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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"Simply put, Hinojosa is a first class songwriter"
- Chicago Tribune

Tish Hinojosa
Tish Hinojosa

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Tish Hinojosa is a singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas. Hinojosa’s blend of folk, country, Latino, and pop has an undeniable far reaching appeal, garnering her accolades such as a White House concert at the invitation of President and Mrs. Clinton and teaming up with artists such as Joan Baez, Booker T. Jones, Flaco Jimenez, Pete Seeger, and Dwight Yoakam.

She has recorded as an independent artist as well as for A&M, Warner Bros, and Rounder Records and has been a featured artist on Austin City Limits, A Prairie Home Companion and other NPR programs.

With sixteen CDs to her name, Tish’s distinct sound has gained her much critical acclaim. Her latest CD After The Fair, released in 2013, was recorded in Germany and is reflective of her 9 years spent in the Beatles old stomping grounds in Hamburg. Tish has toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe and continues to draw a loyal and growing audience.


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Sun
7 10

Door 1:30 PM
Show 2 PM
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Libby Koch hosting.
Soldier Songs
& Voices Workshop

FREE - Veterans & Active Duty Military Personnel only.

Soldier Songs & Voices
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In collaboration with Soldier Songs & Voices, The Bugle Boy Foundation invites veterans and active duty military personnel to gather with musicians and share their music in a relaxed and informal environment that encourages musical expression and healing experiences. All workshops are free and we also supply instruments if needed.

Please Click here for workshop information and full schedule.

A big THANK YOU to the Texas Commission on the Arts and the
National Endowment For The Arts
for assisting with funding for this program.


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Fri
7 15

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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The King of Texas-Style Piano
Ezra Charles - The Story of Boogie Woogie
Ezra Charles

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Ezra Charles has been one of the most popular piano players in Texas for over thirty years, touring with the original-music horn band he fronted everywhere from the southwest U.S., to Italy and Ecuador. The band’s most memorable trademarks were his fiery piano style and his all-girl horn section.

With the end of that era at hand, Ezra revealed a new presentation he calls “The Story of Boogie Woogie.” This show runs about two hours, during which he not only performs many of the classic piano pieces that define that genre, he also explains in fascinating detail how it was created in Texas lumber camps in the 1880’s and spread all over the world.

"Nobody doesn't like boogie woogie!" is Ezra Charles' jumping-off point, as he weaves the history of this bouncing, jiving piano format. Peppering the dialogue with his own stories of personal interaction with the Masters, he performs many of the most famous standards of this genre as he explains the relationship between Blues, Jazz, Ragtime and what was originally called "Texas-Style Piano." Accompanied by his son Jakob on percussion, they re-create the excitement of this favorite piano sound from a century ago.

Capping a career in which he has been honored with seven Houston Press Awards for Best Keyboards, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the San Antonio Blues Society, as well as appearances in the International Blues Competition in Memphis, his new one-man show, "The Story of Boogie Woogie," is a runaway success, already selling out ten appearances during the last year. Audiences are delighted by his combination of virtuoso performances of classic Boogie Woogie standards with a spell-binding narrative of the origins on this musical form, strong on the Texas history aspects. He brings to the stage an educated presentation, well-suited to the tastes of sophisticated music lovers who are interested in the best of Texas musical roots.Can't join us in person? Watch the live online broadcast!

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Sat
7 16

Door 7 PM
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Esteemed Songwriters Share the Stage
Drew Kennedy
& Kelley Mickwee

Drew Kennedy

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Kelley Mickwee

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Drew Kennedy released his seventh album, called Sad Songs Happily Played, in 2014. It is a double disc live album that landed Drew on several "Best of 2014" lists for its stunning simplicity...just Drew, his guitar, and his thoughtful, powerful songs. The live record follows up 2013's Wide Listener, a release heralded by Lone Star Music in this review: "Albums like Wide Listener (his sixth) that demand and reward acute attention to every word. This is very much a sit back (or lay down) and listen kind of record, impeccably played and sung…and filled with languid melodies more comfortable than outright catchy…it rings honest and true of heart.” Drew lives in New Braunfels, Texas with his wife, son, three dogs, a cat, and a generous school of fish that he tries not to forget to feed when his wife assigns the task (the fish, that is… the dogs let him know if he's forgetting about them in their unmistakable way).

When Kelley Mickwee says she’s “starting from scratch” as a solo artist, take it for the sincere humility/frankness it is — but be sure to chase it with a big pinch of salt, too. Because as new as she may be to this whole “solo thing,” the Memphis-born, Austin-based Mickwee is by no means a newbie to the big wide world of Americana music. Not long after college, she spent seven years touring and recording as part of the rootsy duo Jed and Kelley, and chased that with a solid five years as a core member of the acclaimed Texas all-girl folk-country band the Trishas. When the four Trishas decided to take an open-ended hiatus a year after releasing their full-length debut, 2012’s delightful High, Wide and Handsome, Mickwee wasted no time in embarking on her own journey of musical self-discovery — beginning with a trip back to her Tennessee hometown to cut a handful of tracks with her dream band of Memphis musicians. The results are rooted in Americana and the duskier, groovier side of the singer-songwriter genre but above all steeped in organic, Southern soul reminiscent of classic Stax sides. Call it “Mickwee in Memphis.” Or better yet, call it the sound of an artist pushed by necessity into reinventing herself — and coming away with the best music she’s made to date. And if that’s just Mickwee “starting from scratch,” rest assured there’s plenty more to come. Can't join us in person? Watch the live online broadcast!

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Fri
7 22

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Award-Winning Soulwriters
Ray Prim & Tom Meny
Ray Prim

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Tom Meny

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Ray Prim: Imagine Ben Harper and Ray Lamontagne heading over to Abbey Road in a cadillac convertible to pick up John Lennon and Paul Mccartney so they can catch the tail end of The Reverend Al Green's sermon. There was no mistaking Ray Prim’s destiny as a child: he was born to make music. With lyrics that seep into your soul and acoustics that lovingly strum each song so they are firmly imprinted in your mind, Ray passionately enforces what it takes to be a great Singer-Songwriter. His melody-based approach sweeps you through a variety of emotions that touch on all of life’s great joys and tragedies, moments that echo within each of us that will leave you smiling with nostalgia.

Based in Austin, Texas, Ray has a musical chocolate box to pick from when it comes to talent and has gathered the most incredible voices and instruments to record on his 6 albums. Ray’s live shows are inspiring collaborations where you can see and hear the mutual respect each person has for making sounds that touch your heart, connecting with the audience to ensure they are swaying along by the end of each song. From ‘This Ain’t Rocket Science’ to his latest album ‘It Take a Village to Make a Record’, Ray’s song-writing skills are constantly evolving, soaking up stories and experiences that ultimately contribute to music that will resonate eternally.

Tom Meny: As the title of his debut album suggests, Austin, Texas-based singer-songwriter Tom Meny is definitely on his way. In May of 2015, Tom Meny was a winner of the prestigious New Folk Competition at the world famous Kerrville Folk Festival. To date, Tom Meny has 2 million YouTube video views.

The follow-up to his 2013 debut is an acoustic EP, released in October of 2015. Tom Meny's EP "Songs I Do" includes 6 new songs recorded in a way that best represents an authentic live solo performance. Jaimee Harris and Ray Prim's harmonies add depth and soul to a very unique collection of songs. "Higher Than The Moon" Is a lullaby co-written and performed with Aly Tadros. Co-produced by Meny, Tim Casterline, and Ray Prim... "Songs I Do" is a timeless collection that will transport you to an acoustic listening room, house concert or theater show.

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Sat
7 23

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"Good lord this man can sing." - DFW.com
Guy Forsyth
Guy Forsyth
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Austin’s Guy Forsyth has long enjoyed praise for his dazzling live shows and rich Americana and Blues roots sound. Forsyth (vocals, acoustic, electric & slide guitar, harmonica, ukulele, singing saw) usually performs with his band, but has been known to perform as a solo artist, and in various incarnations including a duo with Oliver Steck (Bob Schneider’s band). His songs incorporate a unique mixture of styles and his sound is at once polished, raw, compelling and irresistibly rump-shaking.

Guy is known today as a musician with gripping, powerful vocals as well as a master of numerous instruments. He started his musical development first with singing, and began playing harmonica at 16. Shortly thereafter he heard a very distinct and overwhelming sound on Kansas City radio that changed his life; it was Robert Johnson. After that, he borrowed a guitar, fell in love and learned to tune it with his feet from a friend who had lost both his arms in an accident. In college, he lasted a single semester at the University of Kansas, and then he found the music he had been seeking – gritty, organic folk and blues, “from a practical hands-on, gears, joints and joists level.” And he struck out to learn it.

Since then, he’s been awarded an Austin Music Award for Best Male Vocalist in 2005, as well as numerous other AMA’s over the years in categories such as Blues and Best Miscellaneous Instrument Player (singing saw), among others. Last year’s 2-disc live record, Unrepentant Schizophrenic Americana, was received very well by critics and fans alike.


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Sun
7 24

Door 1:30 PM
Show 2 PM
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Donnie Blanz hosting.
Soldier Songs
& Voices Workshop

FREE - Veterans & Active Duty Military Personnel only.

Soldier Songs & Voices
WatchWebsite
In collaboration with Soldier Songs & Voices, The Bugle Boy Foundation invites veterans and active duty military personnel to gather with musicians and share their music in a relaxed and informal environment that encourages musical expression and healing experiences. All workshops are free and we also supply instruments if needed.

Please Click here for workshop information and full schedule.

A big THANK YOU to the Texas Commission on the Arts and the
National Endowment For The Arts
for assisting with funding for this program.


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