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Fri
8 25

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"Zac Wilkerson and the Wayward Souls with their rich acoustic sound, engaging lyric choice, and multi-talented front man have what it takes to soon become a household name." - Live 105
Zac Wilkerson
Zac Wilkerson
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Zac Wilkerson is a SOUL ROCKER from the COUNTRY. Powerful, soulful vocals and a driving guitar style combine with poignant songwriting to deliver a new take on Americana, Soul, Country, and Rock.

Wilkerson stumbled into a career in music after being tricked into entering, and eventually winning, The Blue Light Live Singer Songwriter contest in 2011. The prize was a Solo Acoustic set at the 2012 Larry Joe Taylor's Texas Music Festival in Stephenville, TX. He has since etched out a strong following across the Texas the music scene and beyond, with his work appearing in Nationally Syndicated and Regional Radio, and Local and Prime-Time Network TV.

Wilkerson cut his musical teeth in a country church where he started singing at 4. At a young age, he discovered his parents' country, soul, Motown, rock, and folk records, creating a musical foundation with as much variety as passion. By 12 he played several instruments, including piano and guitar, which led to songwriting that same year. The musical voice that has evolved since is a fresh take on Rock, Soul, Country and Americana evoking Aretha Franklin, Bill Withers, Bonnie Raitt, and Levon Helm.

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Sat
8 26

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There's a little Sheryl Crow, a little Fleetwood Mac, a little Edie Brickell, and a little something fairylike that you just can't quite place in this sexy songstress."
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Patrice Pike
& Wayne Sutton

Patrice Pike
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Texas Music Hall of Fame Inductee Patrice Pike will light you on fire. With nothing more than her guitar and her musical partner in crime, Wayne Sutton.

There's a little Sheryl Crow, a little Fleetwood Mac, a little Edie Brickell, and a little something fairylike that you just can't quite place in this sexy songstress.

Patrice Pike and Wayne Sutton are touring this summer bringing their new collaboration of arrangements of songs from Sister 7 and all their catalog of solo projects over the years. Patrice and Wayne are the founders of the seminal jam band Little Sister, also known as Sister 7. The two have toured with Sister 7 and on their own including supporting the Allman Brothers,
John Fogerty, Sarah McLachlan, Blues Traveler, The Neville Brothers, Ray Charles, Chris Isaak and Dave Matthews Band among others. They have played Austin City Limits Festival for many years, as well as Kerrville Folk, High Sierra, Strawberry Festival, and also legendary venues in the U.S. and
Europe. Their songs are literary, emotionally riveting and eclectic, drawing from Roots Rock, Rhythm and Blues, World and Jazz influences. Patrice is an accomplished rhythm guitarist, vocalist and drummer and Wayne’s lead guitar and singing all together creates a big sound as a duo as well as with
their full band.

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Sun
8 27

Door 1:15 PM
Show 1:30 PM
Close 4:30 PM


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Hosted by Mike Stroup
Soldier Songs
& Voices Workshop

FREE - Veterans & Military Personnel only.

Soldier Songs & Voices
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As local chapter of Soldier Songs & Voices, The Bugle Boy Foundation invites Veterans (anyone who served in any branch of the military at any time, including Coast Guard and Reserves) and active duty military personnel for FREE Guitar/Songwriting workshops led by professional musicians who appreciate your service to our country. All levels from beginners to experienced are welcome to gather and share their music in a relaxed and informal environment that encourages free musical expression and healing experiences. Loaner guitars are available.

If you’ve always wanted to learn to play guitar or perhaps have something written that you need help setting to music, our guest instructors and core group members will be glad to help. The workshop serves as a means of creative expression.

Our monthly workshops are offered at 1051 N. Jefferson St. (Hwy 77) La Grange, Texas 78945 and are hosted by professional singer-songwriters such as Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines, Michael O'Connor & Susan Gibson and other visiting artists.

Please Click here for workshop information and full schedule.

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Fri
9 8

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Texas Favorites Share the Stage
Jason Eady
& Courtney Patton

Jason Eady

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Courtney Patton

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Jason Eady: Jason Eady’s inspired new album Daylight and Dark embraces multiple styles of die-hard country music to weave together 11 songs about the deep, messy details of love and life. The disc is sequenced to follow the arc of one man’s journey through the complexities of the heart. But the semi-autobiographical Daylight and Dark is not a concept album. Instead, it’s a powerful study in honesty; a collection of real stories populated by real characters that coalesced around Eady’s title track. Eady’s sixth release is the follow-up to 2012’s AM Country Heaven, an artistic and commercial breakthrough that cracked the Top 40 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart, boasting an old-school honky-tonk sound and a complete lack of artifice.

“One of the things that Kevin Welch” — who produced both discs — “taught me is that believability is number one,” Eady declares. “The things I’m writing about have to seem true and the words being said need to sound like they’d really come out of my mouth.”

Courtney Patton: Stephenville singer/songwriter Courtney Patton has flown a little under the radar in recent years, far from a household name but a welcome discovery for listeners who’ve found their way to her sweet, soulful, and subtle approach to classic country music. Her expansive voice, laced with deep Texas twang but bearing the influence of favorite songwriters from the ‘70s folk-rock scene all the way through the present day, gives new life to old themes of finding love and freedom where you can and trying to hold yourself together when it slips away. She’s already a favorite of some of the scene’s brightest artists, having collaborated and played with the likes of Mike McClure, The Trishas, and Jason Eady. With new material in the pipeline and a renewed interest in taking her music to a larger audience, she’s becoming not only a peer in talent but an indispensable part of the regional independent country music world herself.

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Sat
9 9

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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"Carter is one of the most successful, if not the best singer-songwriter in Austin." - Austin Chronicle
Bill Carter
Bill Carter
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Austin-based singer-songwriter Bill Carter’s list of bona fides is so long, it’s hard to decide which credits to note first. We could start with his first big songwriting score, “Why Get Up?,” heard on the Fabulous Thunderbirds’ breakout album, Tuff Enuff. There’s a breakfast cereal commercial that earned the about-to-be-evicted Carter and his co-writer wife, Ruth Ellsworth, a then-huge $25,000 payday. Then there’s “Crossfire,” the No. 1 hit they wrote with Chris Layton, Tommy Shannonand Reese Wynans — a.k.a. Double Trouble, the band who backed T-bird Jimmie Vaughan’s little brother, Stevie Ray. Or there’s “Anything Made of Paper,” penned for the West Memphis 3’s Damien Echols, which Carter recorded with pal Johnny Depp and performed on the Late Show With David Letterman. Featured in the West of Memphis documentary and on the accompanying soundtrack, it’s also an award-winning animated video.

Carter’s songs have been covered by scores of major artists, from John Mayall and Ruth Brown to Robert Palmer and Waylon Jennings; among his accolades is a BMI Million Air award for more than three million “Crossfire” spins. But Carter has also released several albums of his own, the latest of which, Innocent Victims and Evil Companions, bowsFebruary 26, 2016, on Forty Below Records. Musically and lyrically, Carter references a rich past while rooting himself firmly in the present.

In August of 2012, PBS-Austin released an hour-long documentary on Bill Carter and The Blame as part of the station's Arts In Context series. This live show/tribute featured interviews and testimonials with Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Charlie Sexton, Jimmie Vaughan, and Johnny Depp. March of 2013 saw Carter and Ellsworth inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame.

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Fri
9 15

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Legendary boogie woogie piano!
Linda Gail Lewis
Linda Gail Lewis
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Linda Gail Lewis is born on the 18th of July 1947 in Ferriday, Louisiana. She is an American singer and pianist. Sister of Jerry Lee Lewis, she plays piano and has recorded with Stephen Ackles, Van Morrison, and with her brother (between others). She has started a solo career in the late eighties recorded several solo albums and is permanently on tour performing all over Europe and USA.


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Sat
9 16

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Americana/Folk-Rock with Texas Swagger
Little Outfit
Little Outfit
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From The dust of many bands that fit the moniker “More a legend than a band” such as The Front Porch Society (Friday residency at McGonigels Mucky Duck), Country Store Buffalo (with the like minded Matt Harlan and Brad Boyer), and Legendary Paraphernalia Band (Midnights at the Mucky Duck, came the rag tag elements that have become Little Outfit. Great songwriting is the bar that Little Outfit uses as the only measurement that matter when choosing a song and Little Outfit has a DEEP well.

Upon the realization that Amie and Nathan were from the same ilk vocally it was a natural progression from the pedestrian attempt at fielding a five piece rocking Americana ensemble to honing it down to the formidable 3 piece that Little Outfit has become. Playing the slopes of the Rockies at legendary rooms like Steve’s Guitars in Carbondale (Aspen) to the far reaches of the 3rd Coast Little Outfit have been on the road and all over Texas for the better part of 5 years playing Red Dirt and Roots Rock venues, and festivals like Super Bowl Live to The Americana Festival in Conroe.

Rooted in the modern folk movement, Little Outfit delivers crafted songwriting with open melodic arrangements and soulful harmonies. Americana/Folk-Rock with Texas swagger.


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Fri
9 22

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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“Forsyth’s skills as a bandleader, singer, harmonica player and entertainer remind you exactly why live music rules in Austin.” – Austin American Statesman
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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Sat
9 23

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
Close 10 PM



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A rare Texas appearance!
Smythe & Taylor
Smythe & Taylor
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Although they live 1000 miles apart, Smythe & Taylor have been performing together since 1999 and are releasing their 10th CD, "Things Have Changed" in September 2016. The project is an acoustic collection of originals, covers, and parodies spanning bluegrass, country, and folk. It was produced by Jim Ratts of Raven Records in Englewood, Colorado. The duo will be sharing these new songs from the upcoming release on this tour.

In 2006, the duo was nominated for "Song of the Year", "Songwriter of the Year", "Female Vocalist of the Year" and "Vocal duo of the Year" by the Academy of Texas Music.

The duo met while working at an oil company in Houston, Texas. TC had just learned to play the guitar and was offered her first gig at a coffeehouse, but she didn't have enough material to fill the night. She heard through the corporate grapevine that a co-worker, Gary Taylor, played guitar, so she called him to help out, and he's been answering the phone ever since.

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Sun
9 24

Door 1:15 PM
Show 1:30 PM
Close 4:30 PM


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Hosted by Ken Gaines
Soldier Songs
& Voices Workshop

FREE - Veterans & Military Personnel only.

Soldier Songs & Voices
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As local chapter of Soldier Songs & Voices, The Bugle Boy Foundation invites Veterans (anyone who served in any branch of the military at any time, including Coast Guard and Reserves) and active duty military personnel for FREE Guitar/Songwriting workshops led by professional musicians who appreciate your service to our country. All levels from beginners to experienced are welcome to gather and share their music in a relaxed and informal environment that encourages free musical expression and healing experiences. Loaner guitars are available.

If you’ve always wanted to learn to play guitar or perhaps have something written that you need help setting to music, our guest instructors and core group members will be glad to help. The workshop serves as a means of creative expression.

Our monthly workshops are offered at 1051 N. Jefferson St. (Hwy 77) La Grange, Texas 78945 and are hosted by professional singer-songwriters such as Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines, Michael O'Connor & Susan Gibson and other visiting artists.

Please Click here for workshop information and full schedule.

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Fri
9 29

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
Close 10 PM



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2015 Wildflower Arts & Music Festival Winner
& 2014 Kerrville New Folk Winner

Frank Martin Gilligan
Frank Martin Gilligan
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Frank Martin Gilligan grew up in NYC, but when he was 19 years old..…Texas happened. Frank moved to Beaumont, Texas, in the late 70's,he immediately formed MASON DIXON, a Texas vocal group that enjoyed a pretty good run on the charts and on the road in the 1980's and 90's. They played with just about everyone who was big in Country music at the time and racked up 13 Billboard chart singles as well. Mason Dixon had 13 nationally recognized songs on the BILLBOARD charts, numerous appearances on The Nashville Network, a #5 CMT hit video with the group's signature song “WHEN KAREN COMES AROUND”, and a 1987 Christmas special with Charlie Daniels on the stage of The Grand Ole Opry.

Mason Dixon's run lasted until 1993. Frank put music aside for some time. That might have been the end of it had it not been for a bout with cancer in 2009. Chemo ruined the nerves in his hands and feet and left him unable to play guitar. When he got his hands back, a lot of good songs came with it. Back to the stage and to the studio. Frank's been making some noise since he's been back!

Frank Martin Gilligan can be seen and hear all over the state of Texas and beyond these days. Frank's "Silver Dollar" CD his first solo effort, released in 2015 was very favorably received by independent radio. The title song "Silver Dollar" spent 4 weeks at #1 on the Roots Americana Chart and was rated #13 overall for the year!

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Sat
9 30

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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A living legend and queen of soul and blues!
Texas Music Hall of Famer

Miss Lavelle White
Miss Lavelle White
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Miss Lavelle White is the real deal: a living legend and queen of soul and blues whose rich history as a singer and songwriter is matched by the music she makes today. Miss Lavelle (as she is known) serves up a delicious buffet of R&B, gospel, funk and even country on which she matches the timeless hits she covers with songs of her own to create a definitive modern soul document.

Born in Amite, Louisiana, she grew up in the cotton fields and churches of Louisiana and Mississippi, the daughter of a gospel piano playing single mother. In her mid-teen years, White relocated to Houston, where she sneaked out of the house at night to feast on the city's vibrant and influential Gulf Coast mix of blues, soul and pop. Taken under wing by Clarence Hollimon and Johnny Copeland and mixing with such musical giants as Albert Collins and Guitar Slim, she began singing in clubs and won a deal with Don Robey's Duke label in 1958. She shared stages with James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, The Drifters, Sam Cooke, B. B. King, The Isley Brothers, Freddie King, Bobby Womack, Gladys Knight and others, and continued to work the Texas clubs as the spotlight faded, dedicated to her mission of bringing real music to the people.

Her albums have earned White long overdue recognition as what one critic calls "much more than a lady of soul." She received four W.C. Handy Award nominations, and was honored in France with three prestigious honors: The Otis Redding Award from the Academy of Jazz, the Big Bill Broonzy Award, and the Charles Cross Award, presented by the French President. She was also inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame in 1996 and named Houston's 1995 Blues Artist of the Year, and has been featured on “Austin City Limits.”

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Fri
10 6

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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“Janet Robin is one of the best guitarists in the country: male or female.” – Michelle Shocked
Janet Robin
Guitar Player Magazine 2017 Top 50 Acoustic Guitar Players Bonus List alongside Lindsey Buckingham & Jimmy Page.

Janet Robin
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Janet Robin can be defined in a single word: musician. A Southern California native, Robin’s musical education began the moment she met her guitar teacher, Randy Rhoads (Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne). Under Rhoads’ tutelage, Robin became an ace six-string player and, while still in high school, parlayed this education into a position as the lead guitarist for the all-female rock band Precious Metal. Discovered by Rodney Bingenheimer of the legendary L.A. rock radio station KROQ, Precious Metal was soon signed to Polygram Records. Later moving to Chameleon/Capitol Records, Precious Metal released several albums, wrote with Heart, Poison and Cheap Trick, toured extensively and gained accolades from both fans and critics alike.

Following the demise of Precious Metal, Robin joined Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham’s band in support of his 1992 solo album, Out of the Cradle (Reprise Records). A consummate pro, working with Buckingham profoundly influenced Robin’s guitar playing, singing and songwriting, as well as her general approach to the music business. This new direction led to Robin’s 1998 debut solo album, Open the Door. Released on her own label, Little Sister Records, Buzz Weekly described the CD as “smart, savvy, fuzzy, hooky pop.” She has seen songs from this album featured in film and television; most notably on the then popular T.V. show Felicity. Ever the road warrior, she supported the disc by opening for such acts as Heart, Colin Hay, Loudon Wainwright III and the Smithereens, steadily building a wide fan base. Robin has since continued to tour heavily and averages as many as 150 dates per year. One need not base their judgment on Robin solely on those with whom she has been associated. Only a listen to her albums or a ticket to one of her shows will prove the opening claim to be true. For what underlies the Janet Robin labels of singer, guitarist, songwriter, producer, and road warrior is a single word: musician.

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Sat
10 7

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Texas State Musician
Shelley King
"King does the Lone Star State and its capital city proud." -San Antonio Express
Shelley King

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“With her smoky, sultry vocals and smart, soulful songs, King is easily one of the finest singer/songwriters on the Austin music scene. She is a powerful, formidable presence on stage and her live performances are legendary among local music fans.” - The AXS Examiner

Some people enter a room and blend right in. Not Shelley King. She sweeps in, carrying herself with the strength and assurance of a woman who knows how to step up and get it done, whether “it” is leading her band, running her own record label or co-producing her new album, Building A Fire. If there’s a little swagger to her strut, she’s earned it. Since quitting a sales job to pursue music full time in 1998, the singer-songwriter has served as the first female Texas state musician, performed with Levon Helm, toured the United States, Europe and Japan and cut seven albums — including this one, her seventh, her second album to co-produce with members of the subdudes. She’s also the author of a song recorded by Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra; they duetted on “Texas Blue Moon” after Hazlewood heard King’s version on the radio while driving through the state. That might chalk up as a lucky break, but it’s King’s talent and tenacity that make such breaks happen.

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
10 13

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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"He is powerful and yet elegant, soulful and bluesy, heartfelt and yet soaring in his playing." - No Depression
Jeff Plankenhorn
Jeff Plankenhorn

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A quick listen to the albums released by Jeff Plankenhorn will give you an idea of the extremely varied styles the man Emily Robison of The Dixie Chicks calls a “chameleon” of performing. A deeper listen will uncover the overwhelmingly deep love all types of music Jeff has incorporated in his own unique style. Plankenhorn, or “Plank” as he is known, has found a way to blend the soulful vocals of the church, Motown, and funk singers that dominated his speakers as a youth with the bluegrass he studied while living in Nashville and the lyrically driven feel of the songwriters he has performed with since moving to Austin into an intoxicating sound that spans them all.

Like many other artists, Jeff found his voice in the church choir of his boyhood home in Ohio, “It was my first sense of belonging, community, and a feeling of doing good for others when we sang,” he recalls. Given a guitar from his older brother (an accomplished musician in his own right), Plank immediately found his calling as a musician, and began a lifetime calling of mastering the stringed instruments that spoke to him. Following college, Jeff headed to Nashville to continue his education, “studying” under the likes of Uncle Josh Graves, Gene Wooten, and Jerry Douglas. Never satisfied with the status quo, Jeff was intrigued by the suggestion of songwriting legend Ray Wylie Hubbard of coming to Austin, Texas. Upon arriving in the Lone Star State, Plankenhorn’s Swiss army knife abilities immediately created a high demand for his talents, and he began adding to a resume that includes appearances on records by such luminaries as Joe Ely, Ray Wylie, Slaid Cleaves, Eliza Gilkyson, Jimmy Lafave and many more.

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Sat
10 14

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Carrie Rodriguez
w/ Luke Jacobs

Carrie Rodriguez
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Pigeonhole Carrie Rodriguez at your peril. Sure, she has gained notoriety as an Americana singer-songwriter as highlighted by last year’s studio effort, “Give Me All You Got”, which reached no. 1 on the Americana Music Charts. But musical predictability isn’t in her world view or her performing reality.

Rodriguez is equally renowned as a violinist, not only accompanying songwriting luminaries such as Lucinda Williams and John Prine, but also touring internationally with esteemed guitarist/composer Bill Frisell, who calls on her to play everything from surf rock to adventurous composed music to spontaneously improvisational jazz. A native of Austin, Texas, Rodriguez is often pegged as a country singer, yet she also sings in fluent Spanish, and is currently working on an album featuring classic Ranchera songs from the Mexican songbook. If you ask Carrie how she would identify herself musically, she would do so with one word: collaborator.

Most recently Carrie has been perfecting the art of the duo with her musical partner, Luke Jacobs, an unexpected and stimulating match for her artistic leanings. Jacobs, a multi-instrumentalist/singer-songwriter who hails from the north woods of Minnesota adds a compelling Garrison Keillor-esque element to their live show - spinning tales that have both captivated and cracked-up audiences on both sides of the pond throughout their last three years of constant touring. His cool, understated delivery is a striking contrast to Carrie’s earnest passion, and their chemistry is undeniable. Their duo show has been described as “lushly cinematic” by The Washington Post who also noted that “...the pair made a virtue of necessity.” The London Times said, “both performers engaged the audience with their personalities as well as their music . . . as they progressed on a richly rewarding journey.”

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Fri
10 20

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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"A dollop of Janis Joplin, a slice of Stevie Ray Vaughan..."- Daniel Gewertz, Boston Herald
Carolyn Wonderland
Carolyn Wonderland
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“The reigning queen of Austin blues, Carolyn Wonderland sparks fire on guitar and soulful fury in the force of her vocal grit."-Austin Chronicle

As seen on Austin City Limits and at the Janis Joplin tribute at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Carolyn Wonderland is a triple threat with her diverse songwriting, soulful vocals, and guitar goddess status -- all featured on over twenty CDs, six of which are her releases -- she has a pedigree in this business that's hard to match.

Wonderland is a true legend in her time, equipped with the soulful vocals of Janis Joplin and the guitar slinging skills of Stevie Ray Vaughan. She is a bit of a renegade, she likes to incorporate elements of Blues, Country, Swing, Zydeco, Surf, Gospel, Soul, and some nights, maybe even a Cumbia into the musical mix...

Carolyn has won tons of awards including recent accolades as
2009 Best Female Vocalist at the Austin Music Awards
also sharing 2009 Best Blues Band with her band-mates Lefty and Cole!
... and, for several previous years,Houston Press Music Awards' songwriter of the year, musician of the year,release of the year, and best guitarist and best vocalist!

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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