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6 2

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"If you’ve cleaned your ears out recently, this set is going to blow your mind." - Midwest Record
Harpeth Rising
Harpeth Rising
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HARPETH RISING chose to name themselves after a river because water is both dynamic and powerful. These words also describe the music created by the three women – Jordana Greenberg (violin, vocals), Rebecca Reed-Lunn (banjo, vocals) and Maria Di Meglio (cello, vocals). Unapologetic genre-benders, they fuse Folk, Newgrass, Rock and Classical into a sound that is organically unique.

Hallmarks of their music include expansive three-part harmonies, consummate musicianshi and a deft, yet soulful lyrical perspective. Harpeth Rising’s roots run deep – from their varied ancestry across Eastern Europe to the musical hotbed of the Mid-South they now call home, they weave together ancient and modern ideas, creating a sound that is both familiar and impossible to categorize.

From breathtaking energy to intimate connection, their live performances are kinetic events in which their passion and their abilities are equally displayed. Harpeth Rising can create a listening room from a rowdy bar crowd, and can inspire even the weariest of audiences. Their most recent album, SHIFTED, debuted at #1 on the Folk-DJ charts and was released to international acclaim. Tim Carroll of Folkwords wrote “Choose words to define this latest album – progressive, creative, innovative, imaginative - they all describe what’s on offer…Alternatively, don’t attempt to categorise their ingenuity with words, take the shortest route, immerse yourself in Harpeth Rising and let the music carry you with its flow.”

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Sat
6 3

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One of Texas' Most Acclaimed Tunesmiths
Bruce Robison
Bruce Robison
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Imagine you are Texas singer-songwriter Bruce Robison on any given Saturday night, and you might be forgiven for thinking life looks pretty good. You’re on your way to headline at one of the Texas Hill Country’s legendary dancehalls—the Broken Spoke, say, or Gruene Hall or Floore’s Country Store—when one of your songs comes on the radio. Maybe it’s Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s hit version of “Angry All the Time,” or George Strait’s cover of “Wrapped” or even the Dixie Chicks’ No. 1 hit, “Travelin’ Soldier.” As one of the most acclaimed tunesmiths to come out of Austin, Bruce has worked in the traditional musical model all his life: Sign with a label; Record an album; release single; tour to support same…and repeat.

A working songwriter, he still goes to Nashville regularly to write songs and keep his hand in the mainstream country music market. But with a new band and a new blueprint for getting his music into folks’ hands and heads, Robison is not only confronting change, he is embracing it. Robison has hit the musical trifecta as a songwriter, performer and go-to guy for hits. Though it is as a songwriter that Robison has always defined himself, it’s as a performer that he feels most alive.

“For me, writing a song--you might think that it’s good, and you record it.” But, he adds, there’s nothing like seeing the music take on a life of its own onstage in front of an audience. “I’m the luckiest guy that I know, you know? I just want to have a great time onstage, and I hope that comes across.”

Following in the footsteps of Texas icons Willie Nelson and Jerry Jeff Walker, Bruce has remained fiercely independent by making a base for himself in Austin. With his own recording studio, record label and fan base that fills a dance floor whenever he plays - the Lone Star State is home. Always will be.

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Fri
6 9

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“Now and then, a young artist arrives with such confidence that you wonder where he or she has been hiding. Ludwick sings, and she does seem inhabited by an old soul." - Texas Monthly
Robyn Ludwick
Robyn Ludwick
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Now four critically acclaimed albums into her career, the Wimberley, Texas based singer-songwriter Robyn Ludwick has distinguished herself over the last decade as one of the most ferociously compelling voices not only in her native Lone Star State, but across the wider Americana landscape both home and abroad. But considering the fact that she didn’t start writing songs until she was 31 years old begs the question: What took her so long? Or, as Texas Monthly put it more tactfully in a review of Ludwick’s 2005 debut, For So Long, “Now and then, a young artist arrives with such confidence that you wonder where he or she has been hiding.”

For So Long carried an extra element of surprise given that Robyn Ludwick, far from coming out of nowhere, just happened to be the previously unheard-from “kid” sister of two of the most respected and/or notorious Texas singer-songwriters of their generation, Bruce and Charlie Robison. By extension, that also made her the sister-in-law of Americana darling Kelly Willis and a Dixie Chick (Emily Robison) — not to mention the wife of in-demand studio and road bassist John “Lunchmeat” Ludwick. As “musical families” go, that’s a veritable full house spilling out onto the front lawn. But Robyn, ever the rebel at heart, started out on a very different path. Having ostensibly had her fill of dancehalls and honky-tonks by her late teens (her mother was a bartender), she married young, put herself through college and secured a “real world” career in forensic engineering.

Ludwick has always had the good sense (and good fortune) to collaborate with some of the very best players and producers that the fertile Texas/Americana music scene has to offer. Out of These Blues (and Little Rain) were helmed by the esteemed Americana heavyweight Gurf Morlix (Ray Wylie Hubbard, Lucinda Williams, Slaid Cleaves), garnering her accolades such as Top 10 Best Album honors from Austin City Limits, Texas Music Magazine, No Depression, Ray Benson’s Texas Music Scene and KGSR in 2011. But on every record, just as onstage every night she plays, it’s Ludwick’s songs that really do the heavy lifting. As a writer, she’s utterly fearless, whether she’s channeling torrid desire, devastating loneliness or wrestling her way through the wreckage of tortured family history. It’s no wonder that her brothers, no strangers to fine craftsmanship themselves, have both mined her catalog for such gems as “Departing Louisiana,” “Monte Carlo” and “Out of These Blues” — though as of yet, nobody’s sung a Robyn Ludwick song as powerfully as Robyn herself. There’s just something about the tug and grit of her slow, sultry Texas drawl that lends extra weight and bittersweet ache to every word.



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Sat
6 10

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“Paul Oscher plays the soul I feel.” - Muddy Waters
Paul Oscher Band
Paul Oscher

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Paul Oscher, award-winning blues singer, songwriter, recording artist, and multi-instrumentalist, (harmonica, guitar, piano, melodica, and bass harp), first came to national attention as Muddy Waters’ harmonica player, 1967-1972 following in the footsteps of Little Walter, Junior Wells, James Cotton, and Big Walter Horton. Paul Oscher was the first white musician in the world to become a full-time member of a black blues band of this stature.

While in Muddy’s band Paul toured the US and abroad and played all kinds of venues from the rough and tumble juke joints of the chitlin’ circuit to the major concert stages of the world and during that time backed up major blues artists such as John Lee Hooker, Earl Hooker, Son House, Fred McDowell, Lightning Hopkins, T. Bone Walker, Albert King, Magic Sam and Big Mama Thornton. Paul recorded a number of records with Muddy Waters for the legendary Chess Records label in Chicago. These recordings and live performances would influence an entire generation of young players.

Paul Oscher is the real deal—he learned his blues from the Masters. He plays only the real, unadulterated, down-in-the-alley, gutbucket blues. He is not a retro player; he just plays the blues the way he learned them… lowdown and lonesome and has been doing so for the last forty years. Can't join us in person? Watch the live online broadcast!

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Fri
6 16

Door 7 PM
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A Very Special Evening with
Butch Hancock
& Rory Hancock

Butch  Hancock
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A world traveling troubadour with a long string of recorded songs and albums, Butch Hancock has been called "one of the finest songwriters of our time" and is acknowledged by his peers and critics alike as one of the premiere singer-songwriters Texas has ever produced. His tunes evoke mystical visions of wind-swept dry-plains and his lyrics are profoundly imaginative, often displaying for his listeners the miracles that occur in the ordinary through creative irony and metaphors. His lyrical style has often been compared to that of Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie and his songs have been covered by the likes of Emmylou Harris. Hancock is also a member of renowned country rock super-group, The Flatlanders, along with his lifelong friends, Joe Ely and Jimmie Dale Gilmore, a band they formed in 1972.

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Sat
6 17

Door 7 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
6 23

Door 7 PM
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Sharing the Stage
Tres Womack
& Haley Cole

Tres Womack

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Haley Cole

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Tres Womack grew up in Brownwood, Texas and now lives near Austin. A former teacher and coach, he joined the Texas music scene four years ago with the 5-song EP “Real Simple”. In 2006 he contributed to a “limited release” live record as a member of the GetoCowboys. Since that time, he’s stayed busy fronting both his own band and the GetoCowboys.

Tres is also a founding member of The Chubby Knuckle Choir, a band that has a freewheeling live sound which blends country, bluegrass, R&B, and swamp blues. “It’s a marriage of all genres,” explains Lowe, who plays guitar, drums and keys, and contributes vocals, while Smith describes it as “folk music from a country that doesn't exist … but should.” The Chubby Knuckle Choir is the Bugle Boy's 2014 Talent Trust Recipient.


Haley Cole: The truly transcendent figures in American Music all share a common instrument, and a great number of them have had that instrument shaped and consecrated in the most venerated wellspring in all of song. That instrument, that source, is the human voice lifted in praise in the gospel tradition. No other musical tool has the capacity to bring every nuance of human experience and emotion to bear on the ribbon of sound as does the voice. Down thru time it’s been the foundation of all music, and it’s how Haley Cole will build a kingdom in your heart.

Authenticity and honesty are core elements of Haley’s approach to music. Even with the excitement of an album of this magnitude on the cusp of release Haley’s hopes are remarkably humble and perfectly illuminate her gratitude and her spiritual connection with her muse. With her eyes seemingly set upon some faraway place she says “The reason I’m excited about these songs is because I feel like I was able to touch upon everything I wanted to and they’re all intertwined. They all have their own life and their own reason for being. I hope they move people the way they’ve moved me, that’s my ultimate goal with this album and everything I play.”


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Sat
6 24

Door 7 PM
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True Texas Songwriters
Chuck Hawthorne
& Libby Koch

Chuck  Hawthorne

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Libby Koch

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Chuck Hawthorne: Berkalin Records recording artist, Chuck Hawthorne, is a singer/songwriter whose songs are influenced by growing up around cowboys and ranchers on a cattle ranch in Amarillo, spending 21 years in the Marines (including multiple tours in Iraq), and listening to the recordings of Townes Van Zandt, Nanci Griffith, Lyle Lovett, and Steve Earle. His musical compositions -- heavily influenced by the culture of the west and drawing from the same well as his Panhandle music forebears Terry Allen, Joe Ely, Butch Hancock, and Jimmy Dale Gilmore -- strike universal heartstrings from a singularly vast and barren landscape. He has been writing and performing for over 20 years, amassing a catalog of unique, well-crafted and starkly honest songs. He writes about train lines, coal mines, love, death and misfortune. His songs are sometimes deadly serious; sometimes raucous, and always passionately written and delivered. Chuck released his first CD, Silver Line, in 2015.

Seventh generation Texan and Berkalin Records recording artist Libby Koch is an Americana singer-songwriter based in Houston. Libby's music draws from a classic Americana blend of country, folk, and rock, with influences from great artists such as Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, Janis Joplin, Patty Griffin, Gillian Welch, and Dolly Parton. Her goal is to make real, honest music that resonates with people. She was a Wildflower! Festival finalist and Songwriter Serenade semifinalist and has played the Kerrville Folk Festival, the Frank Brown International Songwriters' Festival, and the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival's Emerging Artist Showcase. In 2013 Libby was named Songwriter of the Year by the Houston Press. She has 4 solo CDs and a CD with The Grievous Angels, a side project with songwriters Lainey Balagia and Debbie Forrest that earned the trio a Houston Press Music Award and a Texas Music Award.


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Sun
6 25

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


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Chuck Hawthorne &
Libby Koch hosting.

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 musicians 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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Sat
7 1


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Fri
7 7

Door 7 PM
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"Pure talent, a masterful blues guitarist, a singer with some swing in his voice" - Austin American Statesman
Seth Walker
Seth Walker
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Over the past 10 years, Seth Walker has grown to be recognized as one of the most revered modern roots artists in the United States; a three dimensional talent comprised by a gift for combining melody and lyric within a song, a rich, Gospel-drenched, Southern-inflected voice and a true blue knack for getting around on the guitar.

With a blues man’s respect for roots and tradition, coupled with an appreciation for—and successful melding of—contemporary songwriting, Seth sublimely incorporates a range of styles with warmth and grace. Perhaps Country Standard Time said it best: “If you subscribe to the Big Tent theory of Americana, then Seth Walker –with his blend of blues, gospel, pop, R&B, rock, and a dash country—just might be your poster boy.”

Walker has released seven albums; breaking into the Top 20 of the Americana charts and receiving praise from NPR, American Songwriter, No Depression and Blues Revue, among others.

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Sat
7 8

Door 7 PM
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Hit Songwriter and Award-Winner
Gary Nicholson
Gary Nicholson
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Gary Nicholson is a #1 hit songwriter, two time Grammy winning producer, recording artist, world traveling performer, and session guitarist. In 2006 he was nominated to the Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, in 2011 he was inducted into the Texas Songwriter’s Hall of Fame. There are over five hundred recordings of his songs in various genres including country, rock, blues, folk, bluegrass, and pop by such diverse artists as BB King, Garth Brooks, Bonnie Raitt, George Strait, Fleetwood Mac, Willie Nelson, Vince Gill, Etta James, John Prine, Dixie Chicks, Don Williams, Stevie Nicks, Buddy Guy, Emmylou Harris, Keb Mo, Ringo Starr, George Jones, The Neville Brothers, Reba McEntire, Robert Plant, Waylon Jennings, Patty Loveless, Kenny Chesney, Guy Clark and the list goes on.

As a guitarist, Gary Nicholson has brightened recording sessions and/or concert stages with the likes of Guy Clark, Billy Joe Shaver, Bobby Bare, Delbert McClinton and Tracy Nelson. During his long career, he has also played lead guitar in at least 10 of his own bands.

His musicianship led him into a career as a record producer. Gary Nicholson has produced two Grammy Award winning albums for Delbert McClinton. He has also guided projects by artists as diverse as “blue-eyed soul” singer Wynonna, Americana singer-songwriter Chris Knight, blues rocker Jimmy Thackery and Grand Ole Opry star Pam Tillis. And then there’s the entertainer side of Gary Nicholson. Make that sides. He is actually at least three entertainers. A typical solo show will begin with him singing familiar hits he has written for others. After intermission, he reappears in the white suit, sunglasses and cap that are the uniform of “Whitey Johnson,” his bluesman alter ego. On other occasions, you might find him blistering a nightclub stage as a member of the rhythm-happy Fortunate Sons rock band. He has played The Bottom Line in New York, the House of Blues in Boston, Poor David’s Pub in Dallas, The Cactus Café in Austin, The Birchmere in Alexandria, VA and other prestigious venues.

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Fri
7 14

Door 7 PM
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“If blues, soul, and rock can be said to form a triangle, you’ll find Hamilton right in the center.” - Guitar Player Magazine
Hamilton Loomis
Hamilton Loomis
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Below the musical notes on GIVE IT BACK, the latest release from Hamilton Loomis, lies an altruistic message; showcasing a “pay it forward” philosophy, Loomis states his goal to share the knowledge and information that was given to him as a young musician. In a musical tribute to his mentors, the title track, which features Victor Wooten (Béla Fleck and the Flecktones) on bass and vocals, explains this mission and provides the backdrop as Loomis reaches new musical heights on a record that will ignite fires in those who live for funk & soul, rock, and a satisfying dose of the blues. "When I was coming up in the music scene, I was lucky to have musical mentors like Joe ‘Guitar’ Hughes, Johnny ‘Clyde’ Copeland, and of course, rock icon Bo Diddley,” stated Loomis. “These ‘veterans’ took the time to teach and give advice to us youngsters, as if ‘passing the torch.’ Now that they have passed, it’s my duty, not just an obligation, to do the same with this generation’s young musicians. That's giving it back, handing it down, passing it on, like the song says.”

Bridging the gap between generations of music-lovers and redefining blues-based American music for a contemporary audience, Loomis created his own path and built a loyal following by blending myriad influences, clever songwriting, and an expressive voice into a sound that defies description. Feeling his current style, layered onto his bluesy foundation, will attract a new generation of fans, Loomis looks forward to the appeal GIVE IT BACK will have on today’s young listeners. Loomis and crew shine on stage proving his music is best experienced in person, where one can see and hear its intended splendor.

Showing no signs of stopping, and always aiming to follow advice from Bo Diddley to “innovate, don’t imitate,” GIVE IT BACK paves the way for Hamilton Loomis to introduce more of his modern sound and energetic musical style. It also provides a glimpse into this talented artist’s philosophy on life, a message alone that is worth its weight in gold records!

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Sat
7 15

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Texas Music Awards Winner &
Ameripolitan Award Nominee

Emily Herring
Emily Herring
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"If it ain’t worth saying, it ain’t worth singin."

Emily Herring is a born and bred Texan, with a Marty Robbins yodel and an true Country sound as big and varied as the state from which she hails. She is equally a player and a lyricist, showcasing Traditional Country, Tejano, Western Swing, and Southern Blues influences. It is her voice, however, that sets her apart from the rest. Emily pulls no punches. Hers is hard-hitting-no-frills country, sung with a distinctive twang.

Fresh off the heels of a recent Swedish tour and a residency at McMenamin’s Crystal Hotel in Portland, Oregon, Emily received a nomination for the 2015 Ameripolitan Award for Outlaw Female Artist of the Year. Her 2014 Carl T. Sprague Award from the Texas Music Awards is an honor that she shares with only one other recipient, Michael Martin Murphey (2011). She has played three full US tours, including stops at The Midpoint Music Festival in Cincinatti, The Howlin' Wolf in New Orleans, and Folk Alliance.

Emily lived in Portland, OR for ten years, playing with her band, Henpecked. In 2010, she returned to Texas to be closer to the heart of the country music she lives for. Her most recent album, "Your Mistake," was featured in No Depression and CMT's The Edge, among other national and international press. In turns dazzling and stark, “Your Mistake” is a love letter and a warning, a honkytonk when the lights come up, the ring of the last change in your pocket as you spend it on the only beautiful girl in town. Herring’s songs are poetry, wrought with pedal steel, dobro, telecaster, a careful reverence, and an honest eye. Stretching across Texas and the new West, the songs on this album recall the last fifty years of country music in a sound all their own.

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Fri
7 21

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"The South Austin Moonlighters are one of the
best bands in Austin." - Examiner.com

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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Sat
7 22

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"Holmes fits within the style of classic, confessional acts such as Carole King and Carly Simon." - Jazz Corner
Kit Holmes
Kit Holmes
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Austin, Texas based multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and award-winning songwriter Kit Holmes has been performing, composing, arranging and producing music professionally since the age of 13.

Her smooth and powerful jazz-infused, adult-contemporary songs have been scoring awards since she entered her first songwriting contest in 2004. With rave reviews from All About Jazz and Jazz Corner magazines, Kit's 2011 release Return to Love was a 54th Annual GRAMMY Award Entry for Best Pop Vocal Album!

Kit's musical vocabulary is vast, eclectic and always full of surprises. At her live shows you may hear a mash-up of Cannonball Adderley's "Mercy, Mercy" with the theme from Sesame Street while she's channeling Stevie Wonder. Her finely-crafted original tunes run the genre-gamut from smokey jazz ballads to masterfully-produced hip-hop riffs for spin classes at the gym. Throw in some guitar-driven Americana and folk, sensuous Latin grooves and some flat out fluffy-fun pop tunes and you get the picture: Kit is a prolific writer and engaging performer.

If all that doesn't quite do it for you, Kit's haunting instrumentals and spoken-word, guided meditations bring calmness, clarity and healing. Need a soundtrack for your life? Kit's got it.

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Fri
7 28

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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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