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Fri
10 27

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Texas' Favorite Troubadour Band
Walt Wilkins
& The Mystiqueros

Walt Wilkins & the Mystiqueros
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San Antonio-born Walt Wilkins has been called a genius, more than once, and a writer the caliber of John Steinbeck and his voice as comfortable as a pair of old blue jeans, and he is, and has, all of that. His crafting of story-songs, hard-edged vocals to sing them and a plaintive guitar have made him a fixture of the Texas music scene (and Nashville before that). He’s put his magical touch on recordings by new and veteran artists, too many to count.

Like Kevin Welch, Townes Van Zant and Guy Clark and Hank Cochran before him, Walt Wilkins became known as a songwriter's songwriter, the kind of songwriter that other songwriters admire and hope to be some day. His economy of words has lead his songs to be recorded by the likes of Pat Green, Ty Herndon, Pam Tillis, Steve Azar, Eric Church, Kellie Pickler, and Kenny Rogers, to name but a few of the A-list artists to cut his songs.

Walt has churned multi-miles beneath his wheels and gathered up the ragged thoughts and discarded pearls that help him to render the distinctive images and characters that follow. His songwriting is southern roots and road-worn gospel and the deep creases and genuine smile help to authenticate the honesty of his witnessing.
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Sat
10 28

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"...one of the most talented young singer-songwriters in America."- Michael Granberry, The Dallas Morning News

Grace Pettis
Full Band Show
Grace Pettis
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In her short career, Grace has already lived up to her birthright, winning numerous songwriting awards (Kerrville New Folk Contest; NPR's Mountain Stage NewSong Contest, etc.) and garnering praise from critics, fans, and industry alike.

In recent news, 3-time Grammy-nominated artist Ruthie Foster has covered two Grace Pettis original songs on her spring 2017 release, "Joy Comes Back." In May 2017, Grace became an award recipient of the Buddy Holly Educational Foundation , which made it possible for her to attend the exclusive "Chris Difford's Songwriting Retreat" in Glastonbury, England.

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Sun
10 29

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Show 1:30 PM
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Hosted by Adam Carroll
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.

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Fri
11 3

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Albert & Gage
W/ Tom Peterson

with special guest Tom Peterson,celebrating the
release of his new CD "Black Hills Gold"

Albert & Gage
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Christine Albert..."has it all: charm, authenticity, good material, true humility, beauty, talent, sex appeal, intelligence and on and on. A real class act." Austin Chronicle / Austin, Texas

Chris Gage is a "...songwriter, singer, dobro player, ace guitarist, keyboard player, mandolin picker, and a generally electric powerhouse with inspiration to spare." Sweet Potato / Minneapolis, Minnesota

Together this husband and wife duo put on a show of great variety filled with fun and warmth.

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Sat
11 4

Door 7 PM
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From NBC's The Voice
Austin Jenckes
& Brian Pounds

Austin Jenckes

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Brian Pounds

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Austin Jenckes: Austin Jenckes was born & raised outside of Seattle in the small town of Duvall, Washington. He relocated to Nashville, Tn. in January 2012 & now calls Nashville home with his wife Brittany & their one year old daughter Ravenna where they live on a quiet 2 acres of land on the outskirts of town. To hear Austin sing could be equated to being taken to church, his songs are laced with dynamic soaring melodies, introspective life lived lyrics & stylistically his music makes you long for a simpler time when the world moved a little slower & things felt a bit more pure. He is a man made for the stage. Whether he’s sitting on a bar stool in the Georgia Theatre in Athens, Ga. performing for 1000 people by himself or back in the Northwest playing with a full band his shows are captivating, inspired & leave those that know him feeling like they are witnessing one of the true under the radar talents in the country. With the recently released song “Same Beer Different Day” from his forthcoming album & plans for extensive touring throughout the coming year the future is nothing but bright for Austin.

Brian Pounds: Those outside the world of Austin songwriters may know of Brian from his appearance on Season 5 of NBC’s “The Voice,” where the young artist was handpicked by Blake Shelton. Brian’s voice is unmistakably strong; landing somewhere between the stylings of James Taylor and Chris Stapleton. It’s the kind of voice that gets strangers to perk up from behind their drinks at the bar. But his secret weapon is his songwriting. After the initial impact of hearing that voice for the first time, it starts to dawn on you that the songs themselves are really, really good.

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Fri
11 10

Door 7 PM
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Sunny Sweeney, Brennen Leigh,
Jamie Lin Wilson, & Courtney Patton

Hard Candy
Christmas Tour

Hard Candy Christmas Tour
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After the successful run of the Hard Candy Christmas tour in 2016 pairing four of the most talented songwriters from Texas together for a frigid tour of the blistery Midwest, they’ve decided to do it once again this year, cold fronts be damned. This thing was so cool last year, Miranda Lambert even stopped by for one of the shows. You should do the same for the opportunity to see this unique assemblage of singing and songwriting talent.

Jamie Lin Wilson is a member of the supergroup The Trishas who you might recognize singing on the Turnpike Troubadours’ “Call A Spade A Spade.” Her latest album Holidays & Wedding Rings is one of the best albums you can lay your paws on. Brennen Leigh has been dazzling audiences in Austin and beyond for years now with her original songs, her recent tribute to Lefty Frizzell (which is excellent), and now with her new group High Plains Jamboree. Courtney Patton’s country music contributions go far beyond being the singing partner of her husband Jason Eady, including her latest solo record So This Is Life. And Sunny Sweeney is the once Big Machine signee who returned to Texas, and whose latest record Trophy has some of the best songs you will hear in all of 2017.

“I love getting the chance to spend time with my friends,” says Sweeney. “That’s the main reason we do this. It’s not often we all get together because we are always all playing our own shows, so we made up a string of shows where we all get to sing and play together.”

You may hear some Christmas songs, but this isn’t necessarily a Christmas song tour. It’s about four songwriters singing on each other’s compositions, and using the camaraderie of the road to spread the joy of music.

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Sat
11 11

Door 7 PM
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Award Winning Songwriter and Dang Good Live Show
Susan Gibson
Susan Gibson

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Anyone who meets singer-songwriter Susan Gibson will know immediately that her family is a core foundation in everything she does, from the songs she writes to the tour routes she takes. It’s her mom, Nancy Gibson, who inspired the title track of Susan’s latest EP, “Remember Who You Are.” Susan says, “My mom said that her mom always used to tell her and her sisters, "Remember who you are" every time they left the house. I don't know if that was before or after they got caught drinking beer with a bunch of their friends and gave fake names to the Crofton, Nebraska police, but it's something that she always told me and my sister as soon as we were old enough to leave the house. She was an awesome mom. We were lucky to have her as our constant.” Nancy is also the catalyst for another song on the EP, “The Best of You,” written about surviving cancer. While Nancy lost her battle with lung cancer in 2013, Susan wrote it in honor of those who have fought cancer, be it the survivors themselves or the ones left behind. “I decided that instead of feeling sorry for myself, my mom would have wanted me to write this.”

To continue the thread of family and career in Gibson’s life, a song that Susan penned at her parents’ kitchen table while in college has been a cornerstone of her career as a performing musician and songwriter. “Wide Open Spaces” was written as a college kid’s cry for independence, but after The Dixie Chicks made it the title track of their 1998 debut, Gibson’s song has been woven into the family stories of countless people setting off on their own, whether it’s going to college for the first time or adventuring into one of the many new roads life takes us on as we grow older.

“Remember Who You Are” is Gibson’s latest collection of songs and was recorded with producer Don Richmond at the helm at Howlin’ Dog Studios in Alamosa, Colorado. With this new EP that resonates of community and family, Susan’s focus is now one that hits closer to home. With her new EP in tow that is summed up by Gibson as “songs about the ache of loss and the balm of letting go,” her next chapter is sure to seed a whole new batch of songs and stories.



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Fri
11 17

Door 7 PM
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Southwest Americana At Its Finest
The Rifters
The Rifters
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The Rifters formed in 2002 in the fertile and creative music scene of Taos, New Mexico. Jim Bradley and Don Richmond of Hired Hands, and Rod Taylor of the Rounders, who had all known one another for years playing in the acoustic dance-oriented Americana music scene of northern New Mexico, decided to join forces to form The Rifters. Putting out more music than it seems should be right for three guys on stage, the Rifters employ a wide range of acoustic and electric instruments, combined with soaring three-part harmonies, to provide a mesmerizing variety of music from driving blue-grama-grass to ethereal desert beauty. The years of playing to the dance crowds in their northern New Mexico homeland has given their music a toe-tapping rhythm that is engaging and undeniable. The Rifters are truly a musical voice of their region of high desert vistas and mountain majesty.

And just what sort of music do The Rifters play? From the liner notes to their self-titled first CD, released in July of 2004 on Howlin’ Dog Records:

“It’s music that comes from where we come from – both from the high desert and mountain landscape of our home and from the background and experiences of our lives – sort of a laid-back high-energy gentle giant old blue-buffalo-grama-grassy, cowboy, folky, shake-a-leg with a smile sort of thing. A rift is a split or a gap, sort of the like the Rio Grande Rift that we all live on or around. But this music is more about bridging gaps. For us the music is what ties all the different times and places together. We hope you enjoy it.”

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Sat
11 18

Door 7 PM
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A Powerhouse of Memphis Rock and Soul
Jimmy Davis
Jimmy Davis

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With a career that has spanned four decades and traversed more than a million miles, versatile singer-songwriter Jimmy Davis is the literal embodiment of the much too often used term "troubadour". This Memphis, Tennessee native musician, who first graced local stages at age 9, brings an infectious enthusiam to every performance.

Jimmy Davis' songs have been recorded by Martina McBride, Restless Heart, Tommy Alverson, Reba Russell, Walt Wilkins, as well as a myri​ad of other recording artists. As a backing vocalist, Jimmy has lent his extensive vocal talents to projects by numerous recording artists including, The North Mississippi Allstars, Jim Dickinson, Johnny Lang, Bernie Leadon, Keith Sykes, Michael Hearne, Toy Caldwell, Susan Marshall, Mark Collie and William Lee Golden. It's Jimmy's warmth, charisma and talent as a writer - performer that endear him to his well known peers.

In the early 1980's Jimmy began touring with the country recording artist, Charly McClain, as a rhythm guitar player and backing vocalist. In 1987, Jimmy Davis & Junction signed with MTV's QMI/MCA record label. The band's first release "Kick the Wall" yielded a top 40 AOR hit and a hit MTV Video. Junction was renowned for their live performances, and their songs took the band on a wild, rock and roll ride around the world.

Aching to get back to his roots, Jimmy, headed back to Memphis in 1995 and had the pleasure of hooking up with some of his old buddies, The Riverbluff Clan, a rocking bluegrass outfit from the 70’s. With Jimmy on lead vocals and guitar, the band released two critically-acclaimed independent albums, in 1996, "One Night In A Month of Sunday's" and 1998, "Two Quarts Low" an Americana Top 20 record. Jimmy was named “Premier Male Vocalist” five times by the Memphis chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences and was well loved by local audiences. Jimmy agreed to join the respected Texas group, Walt Wilkins and the Mystiqueros in 2011. He relocated permanently to the Texas Hill Country in 2012. When not playing or recording with the Mystiqueros, Jimmy tours playing his songs for fans at festivals, sold out venues and house concerts.

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Sun
11 19

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


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Hosted by Phil Hurley
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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Sat
11 25


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Fri
12 1

Door 7 PM
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"Profoundly personal yet also a bit mythic.” - Music City Roots
Amy Speace
Amy Speace
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Amy Speace is a folk singer, timeless and classic, and a bit out of her own era. “She has one of the richest and loveliest voices in the genre and her songs are luxuriously smart,” writes Craig Havighurst (host of Nashville’s “Music City Roots). “She’s profoundly personal yet also a bit mythic.” Since her discovery in 2006 by folk-pop icon Judy Collins, Speace has been heralded as one of the leading voices of the new generation of American folk singers. Her latest release, “That Kind Of Girl”, received rave reviews by Billboard Magazine, The New York Times and NPR.

Born in Baltimore, Amy Speace studied classical acting in New York City after graduating from Amherst College and then spent a few years with The National Shakespeare Company and other Off-Off Broadway classical rep companies, doing guerrilla Shakespeare in Lower East Side parking lots, working backstage on Broadway, writing poetry in cafes and feeling increasingly like success as a theater artist was just out of reach. In that season of doubt, she bought a cheap guitar at a pawn shop in the East Village and began putting her poetry to music and in short time was appearing at local folk clubs The Sidewalk Cafe, The Bitter End and The Living Room. Judy Collins’ manager caught a set of Amy’s at the 2005 SXSW conference and brought her demo back to Collins, who had just started her own imprint, Wildflower Records and immediately signed Amy. Her Wildflower Records debut “Songs For Bright Street,” was released to rave reviews in 2006 and featured E-Street band fiddler Soozie Tyrell and a duet with The Jayhawks Gary Louris. That year she was nominated as Best New Artist by the International Folk Alliance. In 2009 she released “The Killer In Me,” recorded in North Carolina with Mitch Easter (REM, the db’s), which had NPR comparing her to a young Lucinda Williams. That record's bonus track, an acoustic version of her song "Weight of the World" was recorded later that year by Judy Collins herself, who named it “one of the best political folk songs I’ve ever heard.” In 2013, she received the best reviews of her career with the epic "How To Sleep In A Stormy Boat,” a string-laden song cycle inspired by Shakespeare, winning 4 stars from Mojo Magazine and a feature on NPR’s “All Things Considered”. Rock critic Dave Marsh, long a fan, who contributed the album's liner notes, wrote "Amy Speace’s songs hang together like a short story collection, united by a common vantage point and common predicaments…it’s a gift to hear a heart so modest even when it’s wide open."



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Sat
12 2

Door 7 PM
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Bugle Boy Talent Trust Artists
Chubby Knuckle Choir
Chubby Knuckle Choir
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The Chubby Knuckle Choir (CKC) are the 2014 recipients of the Bugle Boy Talent Trust. Every member of the CKC contributes their own songs & style. This diversity is brilliantly weaved together and takes the audience on a rarefied genre jumping musical journey that is musically intriguing and fun to watch.

Their latest CD, "Reveille" gets its name in keeping with the Bugle Boy theme. Womack explains "Reveille" was chosen as a direct nod to the Bugle Boy because the band realizes the opportunities that are available to CKC because of the 2014 Talent Trust. The honor has become their "wake-up call."

"...these guys are so funky, you can smell 'em!"
— Lloyd Maines, Real Life Real Music Festival

“...The result is a delicious musical bouillabaisse of swampy blues, rocking country and R&B. The tasty licks and tangy riffs will leave you hungry for more.” — Hap Mansfield, San Marcos Mercury

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Fri
12 8

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"If ever there was a feel-good folk musician, this is the woman – somebody who really does send you off feeling better about the world." — No Depression
Ellis
Ellis
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Ellis is a featured artist on the new 22 episode television series, Troubadour TX. Syndicated on the CW Network, as well as airing on every major network (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX - approx. 45 million households). The program takes a "behind-the-scenes" look at several Texas musician's lives at home and on the road.

If you haven’t yet caught her engaging and disarming live show, take a chance on Ellis and you’ll become a lifelong fan. Her fans describe her as not only a talented folk musician, but also as a supportive friend who offers encouraging words and humor alongside her compelling songs. She leaves audiences better than she finds them, with softened edges & opened hearts. With songs that capture deep wisdom as well as a childlike playfulness and joy, Ellis’ music is being spread across the globe by fans who are so moved that they have to share it others.

A native of Texas, Ellis moved to Minneapolis at the age of 16, where she quickly built a local following that blossomed into a nationwide presence, with extensive touring and seven albums released in the last sixteen years. In addition to selling more than 40,000 copies of her CDs independently, Ellis has accrued a wealth of accomplishments including winning the 2011 Midwest Regional Round of the Mountain Stage New Song contest, and the 2009 Just Plain Folks Best Female Singer Songwriter Award. She also received Top 5 recognition in the Telluride Troubadour Song Contest and the Rocky Mountain Folks Fest Song Contest was voted "Most Wanted To Return" at both the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival and Sisters Folk Festival. Can't join us in person? Watch the live online broadcast!

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Sat
12 9

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Living Blues Critics’ Award for
Female Blues Artist of the Year!

Ruthie Foster
Ruthie Foster
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In the tightknit musical community of Austin, Texas, it’s tough to get away with posturing. You either bring it, or you don’t. If you do, word gets around. Praises are sung. And one day, you find yourself duetting with Bonnie Raitt, or standing onstage with the Allman Brothers at New York’s Beacon Theater and trading verses with Susan Tedeschi. You might even wind up getting nominated for a Best Blues Album Grammy — three times in a row. In addition to your seven Blues Music Awards, three Austin Music Awards, the Grand Prix du Disque award from the Académie Charles-Cros in France, and a Living Blues Critics’ Award for Female Blues Artist of the Year.

There’s only one Austinite with that résumé: Ruthie Foster. And with the release of her latest album, Joy Comes Back, the Recording Academy might want to put its engraver on notice. Because every note on it confirms this truth: It’s Ruthie’s time. The small rural town of Gause, TX had no chance of keeping the vocal powerhouse known as Ruthie Foster to itself. Described by Rolling Stone as “pure magic to watch and hear,” her vocal talent was elevated in worship services at her community church.

Now comes Ruthie’s latest - Joy Comes Back - again on Blue Corn Music. When she recorded this album, Foster wasn’t merely singing about love and loss; she was splitting a household and custody of her 5-year-old daughter. Music was her therapy. In the warm confines of Austin producer and former neighbor Daniel Barrett’s studio, she found a comfort level she’d never before experienced while recording. It gave her the strength to pour the heartache of her family’s fracture and the cautious hope of a new love into 10 incredible tracks, nine of which are by a diverse array of writers ranging from Mississippi John Hurt, Sean Staples and Grace Pettis (daughter of renowned folk singer Pierce Pettis), to Chris Stapleton and Black Sabbath. Yes, Black Sabbath: Foster reimagines “War Pigs” as a jam session with Son House. She also covers the Four Tops’ “Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever,” written by Ivy Jo Hunter and Stevie Wonder.

At one point, Barrett described the album to Hood as “some blues, some folk, some soul, some rock, some gospel.” Hood replied, “Sounds like Ruthie Foster music.”

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
12 15

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Joining Forces for a Special Evening
Marcia Ball &
Kimmie Rhodes

Marcia Ball

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Kimmie Rhodes

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Marcia Ball: The title track of Marcia Ball’s new album, The Tattooed Lady And The Alligator Man, is an irresistible tale of true love at the travelling carnival. It’s a story that nobody but Ball could spin, filled with vivid details, universal truths, and a rambunctious sense of fun and desire. With raucous horns punctuating Ball’s legendary piano pounding and emotional, melodic vocals, the song kicks off the CD of eleven originals and one glorious cover (Hank Ballard’s He’s The One). The release mixes Ball’s Gulf Coast blues, New Orleans R&B, swampy Louisiana ballads, and jumping, Tex-Mex flavored zydeco into a one-of-a-kind musical gumbo, a sound she has been perfecting over the course of her legendary career. She’s received five Grammy Award nominations, including five of her six previous Alligator albums. Always a songwriter of renown, Ball delved deeper into songwriting than she ever had in her career with her Grammy-nominated 2010 Alligator release, Roadside Attractions, creating one of her best and most personal albums.

The New York Times says, “Marcia Ball plays two-fisted New Orleans barrelhouse piano and sings in a husky, knowing voice about all the trouble men and women can get into on the way to a good time.” Living Blues declares, “Her originals sound like timeless classics and southern soul masterpieces that no one else can imitate.” Of the new album, Ball says, “I don’t make a record until I have to have something to say, stories to tell, messages to impart. I try to make records that are true to me,” she continues, “and this one couldn’t be truer.”

On The Tattooed Lady And The Alligator Man, the message is loud and clear: Marcia Ball has plenty of surprising and thought-provoking stories to tell, and the two-fisted piano prowess, sweet and soulful vocals and superlative songs with which to tell them.

Kimmie Rhodes: is a native Texan who calls Austin home. Kimmie’s multi-platinum selling songs have been recorded by such stellar acts as Willie Nelson, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood, Amy Grant, CeCe Winans, Joe Ely, John Farnham, Waylon Jennings, Peter Frampton, Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris. A creative and prolific artist, she has recorded and released a total of sixteen solo CDs, written and produced three musical plays and a catalogue of hundreds of songs, and published a novella/cookbook.

For several years Kimmie has been completing a book, “Radio Dreams – The Story of the Outlaw DJ and The Cosmic Cowgirl,” which is now scheduled for release February 14, 2018. The “duet memoir” invites readers into the unique and private world of Kimmie and her deceased soul mate, beloved radio personality Joe Gracey. Weaving her own poetic prose with wry and witty words from his journals, Rhodes returns him to the conversation to tell the fascinating story of their three decades together. Riding with fellow outlaws Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Cowboy Jack Clement, Emmylou Harris, and other famous—and infamous—characters, they helped make American music history before facing Gracey’s final cancer battle. Kimmie has also been working with celebrated radio presenter Bob Harris of BBC Radio 2, to co-produce the companion audio documentary to the book. She and Harris are planning a “conversation with” promotional tour of Britain and Ireland for the Spring of 2018.



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Sat
12 16

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A Special Christmas Show
Tina Wilkins
with Walt Wilkins & Ron Flynt
Tina Wilkins
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Tina Wilkins has become a highly-regarded songwriter and performer in her most recent home of Texas, where she plays solo, with her husband Walt Wilkins, or when she's the beautiful, vivacious "chick singer" of the Mystiqueros. After stops in Los Angeles and Nashville where she was an in-demand session and stage singer, she developed a reputation as a writer with a unique eye for everyday life and has blossomed in her latest Texas Hill Country-based chapter.

Tina has released 3 solo albums as well as a duet record (Be Mine) with her husband, esteemed songwriter Walt Wilkins. Her most recent project, Moonflowers, is a standards-infused CD released to critical acclaim in 2015. Wilkins and producer Bart De Win instill new life in standards like “At Last” and “What A Little Moonlight Can Do” and also offer an impressive piano-infused twist on Sting’s “Fields of Gold.” Together with originals that fit right in with their tracklist companions, Moonflowers is a beautiful, smoky-tinged gem in Wilkins’ discography. Likewise, Morning Glory, her solo release on HWY 29 Records, is a favorite among fans. She wrote half the record, and picked songs from her favorite writers in Texas and Tennessee, along with an inventive, personal take on the U2 classic, "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."

As those who know her will tell you: Tina radiates. She radiates charm, humor, grace, beauty and a love of life- and this is besides her amazing range and tone as a singer, her great songs, and her great ear for songs that will fit her perfectly. This is an artist to enjoy and get to know. You can catch her at Luckenbach, house concerts, singing in a romantic lounge or playing wiffle ball...although she will not be wearing her kick-ass heels on the ball field.

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