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Fri
8 26

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Radney Foster

Radney Foster
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“I’m always trying to find a little piece of the truth,” says Texas singer-songwriter Radney Foster. With Everything I Should Have Said, the truth is laid bare. His first collection of new songs in 5 years opens with “Whose Heart You Wreck,” a stormy lament to a fickle muse and closes with the title track, an unflinching apology for things done and left undone.

Considered an elder statesman of Texas singer-songwriters, Foster has been a friend and mentor to many younger artists on the Texas scene. He’s written and produced songs for Randy Rogers, Jack Ingram, Kacey Musgraves, Wade Bowen, Josh Abbott, Pat Green, Cory Morrow and many others. His songs are regularly mined by superstar acts like Keith Urban (“Raining on Sunday,” “I’m In,”), Sara Evans (“Real Fine Place,” “Revival”) and the Dixie Chicks (“Godspeed”).

Foster grew up in two worlds – herding cattle on horseback at his grandfather’s East Texas ranch in the summers and hunkering over a transistor radio in West Texas hometown, listening to border radio. “My house in Del Rio was a mile from Mexico, so I heard everything growing up – from country to conjunto.” That hybrid of influences may be why Foster’s always been tough to categorize; his first success was with the seminal country/cowpunk duo Foster & Lloyd, whose first single, “Crazy Over You,” went straight to #1. His subsequent solo albums told tales through a honky tonk lens and yielded enduring hits “Just Call Me Lonesome” and “Nobody Wins.” Throughout his 30 year career, Foster has continuously stretched the boundaries. “I strive to challenge myself as a writer, a musician and a singer everyday.” As his voice has deepened and grown richer, so, it seems, has his focus. These are the songs of a full-grown man, who long ago left fear by the side of the road.

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Sat
8 27

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Special Trio Show
Ruby Jane
& The Reckless

Ruby Jane
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Ruby Jane is a fiddle prodigy turned singer/songwriter/national touring artist. When Ruby Jane was 9, she became the youngest person to ever be invited to play the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. At the age of 11, she won the Mississippi State Fiddle Championship and went on to win numerous contests all over the South.

Ruby Jane moved to Austin, TX in Sept. 2007 and since then she has opened for/toured with Willie Nelson, Blues Traveler, ZZ Top, Sheryl Crow, Drake Bell, Lyle Lovett, Local Natives, Big and Rich, and many more, as well as playing Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits Music Festival with her own band. She now resides in Austin, TX and tours nationally.

Ruby Jane's unique style blends rock, folk, jazz, and funk into an exciting and stunning amalgamation of sounds. She recently took the stage at SXSW with Lady Gaga and worked with musical director Michael Bearden (known for Michael Jackson's "This Is It" tour among others). Her latest CD, "Celebrity: Empire of Emptiness" was released in June 2012. Her new single and music video, "Ticket Out", was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Mario Marchetti (Black Eyed Peas, JoJo, Jennifer Lopez, Pussycat Dolls, etc.) and was released as the first track on her upcoming album.

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9 3




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Fri
9 9

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"Johnny is an extremely engaging traditionalist. He sings them to break your heart and rock your soul."
- Marcia Ball

Johnny Nicholas
Johnny Nicholas
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“Johnny Nicholas is one of the best bluesmen ever, black or white.” ~ Stephen Bruton

For four decades Johnny’s consummate musicianship and vocal skills have graced live music scenes across the country and abroad. He has toured, performed and recorded with many true blues and Americana Roots Music legends including: Mississippi Fred McDowell, Big Walter Horton, Roosevelt Sykes, Eddie Taylor, Billy Boy Arnold, Hound Dog Taylor, Johnny Young, Houston Stackhouse, and Boogie Woogie Red.

He recorded and toured with Johnny Shines and Snooky Pryor, producing and playing guitar on their W.C. Handy Award-winning album Back to the Country. He was a lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist with Asleep at the Wheel when they won their first of many Grammy Awards. The common thread between all these influences is that of a true storyteller and troubadour, a living connection to the roots of American music that started in the Mississippi Delta and continues to flow down the river of traditional and contemporary sounds that emanate from Johnny Nicholas.

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Sat
9 10

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Special Full Band Show!
Grace Pettis Band
Grace Pettis
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With stories in her soul, a dash of courage, and a smile that melts walls, Grace Pettis is busy doing what she was born to do. The life of an independent touring artist is tough, but somehow she makes it look easy. In her short career, she has built a reputation as a respected songwriter among artists, industry, and fans. Her highly anticipated second album "TWO BIRDS" has received excellent reviews. Maverick Magazine featured a FIVE STAR review of her new album in their October edition. This sophomore album is a culmination of years of writing, touring and surviving as an independent artist.​ She splashed onto the music scene winning NPR’s Mountain Stage NewSong Contest, where her, "Nine to Five Girl" was selected for Best Song honors.

Grace carried this momentum when she performed as an Official Showcase Artist, at the 2010 International Folk Alliance conference, where she captured the attention of presenters and radio programmers as a young standout. Later that spring Grace won the Wildflower! Performing Songwriter Contest Grand Prize, and the People's Choice award. Grace's collection of accolades and years of touring led to her hugely successful fundraising campaign for her sophomore album TWO BIRDS. Grace continues to tour the country sharing her musical gifts with those who will listen.​

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Sun
9 11

Door 1:30 PM
Show 2 PM
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Kyle Hutton 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
9 16

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Grammy Award-Winning Songwriter and Producer
Lari White
Lari White
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LARI WHITE is an award-winning recording artist, hit songwriter and producer, indie record label owner, and actress. Her music has earned three Grammys (The Apostle Soundtrack and Amazing Grace 1 and 2: A Country Tribute), and RIAA Gold (Wishes/RCA Records).

Although her Nashville-based recordings garnered country radio hits and fans, her most recent studio album, Green Eyed Soul, was hailed by the London Times as the best soul album of the year. As the first female producer of a male superstar, Lari made music history producing Toby Keith’s platinum album White Trash with Money. Her songwriting credits include Tammy Wynette, Toby Keith, Lonestar, Danny Gokey, and Pat Green.

She appeared opposite Tom Hanks in the blockbuster movie Cast Away, and has starred in films for Lifetime TV and CMT. She made her critically-acclaimed Broadway debut originating the role of June in Ring Of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash. Lari has sung with the NY Pops, Boston Pops, and the Atlanta and Nashville Symphonies, and performs regularly for the legendary lyricists Alan and Marilyn Bergman.

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Sat
9 17

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Our Favorite Texas Troubadours
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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Fri
9 23

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"Sonic colors of rock, fusion jazz, gypsy jazz, traditional folk and singer-songwriter." - Hudson Valley News
Tim & Myles Thompson
Tim and Myles Thompson
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Tim and Myles Thompson have been inspiring audiences throughout the country. With recent performances that include the Montreal Jazz Festival, Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass Festival, and the Chet Atkins Festival, they have polished their craft to a fine luster. The duo has opened for Spyro Gyra, Don Williams, Mountain Heart, Richard Elliot, and are doing many 2016 tour dates with Wynonna and the Big Noise.

Tim is a Nashville based session player, singer/songwriter and the 2008 International Fingerstyle Champion. Music has always filled the Thompson home; unknowingly it inspired Myles to pick up the violin at the tender age of five! By the age of twelve he was studying music theory and improvising with skill beyond his years – it was clear that music would be his life. Today at the ripe old age of twenty-one Myles is also a prolific singer/songwriter and mandolin player.

Tim Thompson has appeared with such artists as Tommy Emmanuel, Crystal Gayle, and Hwy 101. He has recorded eleven CDs and two DVDs. Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine says, “Tim Thompson is a Nashville based finger-stylist that burns!” Tim’s original music has been featured as bumper music on NPR, Casper’s Haunted Christmas CD and the Flip Video Camera software.

No one music genre totally encompasses the Thompson’s repertoire. Is it acoustic rock, pop, country, Celtic, jazz, funk? The simple answer is yes to all of the above. To experience a Thompson performance is to remember the experience.

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Sat
9 24

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"A first class lyricist who delivers these words with an expressive, bell-clear voice."
- San Antonio Express News

Jean Synodinos
Jean Synodinos
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Jean Synodinos delivers grit, grace and acoustic soul with a voice that's been hailed by critics as “big league” and "show-stopping." Her award-winning writing digs deep, moving from large affirmations to little ironies, giving pain, honesty, and love equal footing. Her fourth album, love & blood, has just entered the world as a multi-media digital experience with extensive liner notes, artwork, essays, and videos.

Early reviews for love & blood have compared it to Bob Dylan's Blood on the Tracks, Joni Mitchell's Blue, and the poetry of Leonard Cohen. She was recently declared a Top 10 Finalist in the 2015 Austin Music Awards in the categories of Best Songwriter and Best Folk Act, and songs from the new album have won first place in the International Song Door Competition and placed as finalists in the Great American Song Contest.
 
A 1996 win in Kerrville's New Folk Competition prompted a move from NYC to Austin where she's quietly and steadily built a dedicated following.  She has also performed coast-to-coast as a solo artist at premier listening rooms, house concerts, and coffee houses. In memory of her late ex-husband, her current passion is speaking about addiction and newer, more promising ways to help those who suffer from this chronic, progressive disease of the brain. Also a prolific painter, Jean and her superior dog Freida live in a little house with a big yard and a modest garden.

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Sun
9 25

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
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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
9 30

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Tickets $ 20


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The Womack Brothers Play a Rare Duo Show
Drew Womack
& Tres Womack

Drew  Womack

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Tres Womack

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Singer-songwriter Drew Womack knows first-hand the ups and downs of the music industry. This summer, Womack releases a new album, Sunshine To Rain, on Blue Lightning Records; a label that he co-owns; twelve songs that reveal an intimate snapshot of the singer-songwriter’s recent experiences. Womack first hit the national recording scene with his band, Sons of the Desert out of Waco, TX. Signed to Epic Records in 1997, their debut album, Whatever Comes First, spawned several country radio hits including the title track, which charted in the Billboard Top 10. Womack and Sons of the Desert moved to MCA Records, where they released, Change, and several more radio singles. In addition, Sons collaborated with Lee Ann Womack (no relation) on her blockbuster hit, “I Hope You Dance.”

Sunshine To Rain is a new beginning as well as a significant musical departure for Womack. Free from the rigor of tailoring his music to meet the confines of country radio, the new recording has a cutting edge sound that mixes Americana, crossover and the familiar alt-country twang that his fans will instantly recognize. Moreover, the album is infused with unique instrumentation (sitar, horns) on many of the tracks. With a healthy body, attitude, and musical approach, Drew Womack is jump-starting his career, writing and making music his way – just the way the fans want.

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.


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Sat
10 1

Door 7 PM
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"Known for their symbiotic harmony, humorous lyrics and 3D style of guitar playing." - Midland Reporter Telegram
Smythe & Taylor
Smythe & Taylor
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Since 2000, Smythe and Taylor (TC Smythe and Gary Taylor) have played in hundreds of venues within and beyond Texas including a successful 2006 tour through London, England, (at the Guildford Music Festival), The Hague, Netherlands and Warsaw, Poland.

They've released 5 CDs since 2000 and their latest, "Maybe it's Because I'm Missing You" won the 2005 Woody Guthrie Songwriting Award. 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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Fri
10 7

Door 7 PM
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Tickets $ 20


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"The Grateful Dead of Texas"
Greezy Wheels
Greezy Wheels
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Greezy Wheels, to many the "Grateful Dead of Texas," and members of the Texas Music Hall Of Fame, have been blowing things up in Austin since the days of the legendary Armadillo World Headquarters, and they are still blowing it up good in 2013. Founding Greezy Wheels members - Cleve, Lissa and Sweet Mary Hattersley - still lead the band, which includes thirteen year veteran, Penny Jo Pullus, on back-up vocals, and John Bush(Edie Brickell And the New Bohemians, Critters Buggin) on drums. John is in his sixth year with the band. He and Cleve co-produced Kitty Cat Jesus (and the previous record, Gone Greezy) at John's Cicada Moon Studios.
The Wheels have recently added two extremely exciting new members to the fold. Joining his former bandmate John, New Bohemians bassist, Brad Houser, brings muscle, chops and (oh by the way) horns to the section. And from the magnificent 7 Walkers, the Willie Nelson family, and many others, comes super keyboardist, trombone and harp player, Matt Hubbard. Greezy Wheels, always at the center of musical adventure, have found yet another amazing nexus for exploration.
The Wheels were one of the first Austin acts ever signed to a major label (London), and they continue to release CD's on their own label, MaHatMa Records. Their release in 2011, 'Gone Greezy,' had the highest debut of the week in Americana radio and remained on the Americana charts all summer.



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Sat
10 8

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The Grahams combine soulful bluegrass with hints of earthy Americana and an infectious blend of storytelling.
The Grahams
The Grahams
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Alyssa and Doug Graham have spent nearly their entire lives exploring music together. Friends since she was 7 and he was 9, they became a couple in their teens, then husband and wife. Somewhere along the way, they also became The Grahams, a dynamic Americana duo who've married their love of adventure with a desire to build on foundations laid by their musical predecessors. Their first song-crafting expedition, along the Mississippi's Great River Road, became their 2013 debut, Riverman's Daughter. For its follow-up, they rode the rails - and wound up recording not only a studio album, but a documentary and live album on the move and in venues from Sun Studio to Amtrak's famed City of New Orleans train.

Their new long-player, the explosive and aptly named Glory Bound, was helmed by Grammy nominated producer Wes Sharon (John Fullbright, Parker Millsap) at his 115 Recording studio in Norman, Okla., and was released on May 19. Recording in Oklahoma holds special significance for a couple raised as Dylan-loving New York City suburban kids who spent weekends strumming campfire songs in the Adirondacks. Like many Dylan fans, they traced their way back to his greatest inspiration.

Simultaneously, the band will be releasing Rattle the Hocks, a musical documentary focusing on the live recording, and the relationship between the railroad and American roots music. Both film and album (which will be released digitally on May 19) were directed and produced by Cody Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars.

That's another element of these collections that distinguishes them from mere historical repetition. "We're still our own artists; we're still living in the modern era," Doug explains. "We say in the film, and it's really true, we're not trying to re-create anything, we're trying to let the echoes ring in our ears."

"The modern echoes," Alyssa adds. After so many years together, they easily finish one another's sentences, and onstage, they share the sometimes-irreverent repartee of a seasoned comedy act. As the film conveys, though, they're still best friends - and they love nothing more than making new friends via the communal bond of music.

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Sun
10 9

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Hosted by Susan Gibson
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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Fri
10 14

Door 7 PM
Show 8 PM
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Tickets $ 28


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"An evening with the two is a fun and heartwarming experience in which music truly is the food of love." - Houston Press
Albert & Gage
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
10 15

Door 7 PM
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2016's Independent Artist of the Year by the Texas Country Music Association
Tony Ramey
Tony Ramey
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Tony Ramey (known among his most loyal followers as “TR”) has always nuanced his music and songs with elements from many genres, but his latest effort (a collection due for release this January called Soul Survivor) shows him evolving into an artist who defies classification. While he is composing songs that still explore Country and Country and Western motifs (as in his Willie Nelson duet “The Bible, the Bottle, and the Gun”), soul, blues, and contemporary folk elements have begun to eclipse a style of music that most critics have labeled “traditional” (or “Throwback,” as Tony called his latest acoustic album) country.

His relocation out of Nashville finds TR drawing from his earliest influences far more obviously than he has in past albums, which were (with the exception of Places and Throwback) more snapshots of where he was as a songwriter, rather than an accurate record of his artistic journey. His early memories of music that “struck a chord,” as Tony says, recall Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson, Bill Withers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jackson Brown, Ray Price, Charlie Rich, Aretha Franklin, along with a hodge podge of mainstream Country artists who put forth elements of Folk and Blues in their songs as well. Tony’s live performances have taken him from the Texas and Midwest Honky Tonks, and audiences in the theaters at Tony’s performances are compelled to listen–to go down the same road together, on the same journey, wherever his song takes them.

With gold and platinum records on artists like Trisha Yearwood, John Michael Montgomery, George Strait, and a host of others who have covered Tony’s material, and with BMI awards and more than fifteen years of professional writing behind him, Tony has proven himself as a songwriter, but the best is yet to come for those watching and listening to Tony as he is proving himself as an artist…It will be a journey worth taking–wherever the journey takes us.

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Fri
10 21

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"A songstress astonishing audiences with her vibrant, melodic vocals, adept finger-picking and cool sound." - Kosson Talent
Dana Louise & The Glorious Birds
Dana Louise & The Glorious Birds
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During a solo journey to the Azores Islands in 2011, Dana Louise, a visual artist, taught herself to play guitar. The daughter of Ezra Idlet of the Grammy-nominated Trout Fishing in America, Dana forged the beginnings of her sound, practicing amidst the archipelago’s lava rocks and dragon trees. Back in the States, she began singing and songwriting professionally, touring regionally and internationally, and is currently recording her debut album with Trout Records.

Joined by the Glorious Birds -- Adams Collins (vibraphone and 5-string banjo), and Ezra Idlet and Keith Grimwood (Trout Fishing in America/guitar, percussion and bass) -- Dana brings her vibrant, melodic vocals and finger picking to a body of complex songs. Drawing from jazz and bluegrass, carrying a contemporary beat, the sound is roots-rooted flung-into-the-future folk. Dana Louise and the Glorious Birds work to leave their audiences glowing with the magic music can bring: genuine human connection.

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Sat
10 22

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"Somewhere between country and blues with a dash of Tejas and a side of jazz.”
Clay McClinton
Clay McClinton
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Raised on roadhouse blues, outlaw country and pure honky-tonk, Clay McClinton has melded those styles into a sound he likes to call Texas gumbo. On his fourth album, Bitin’ at the Bit, the Fort Worth native delivers 12 perfectly seasoned tracks that showcase his range as a songwriter and performer.

This time out, McClinton pays homage to some of his influences, including longtime family friend Gary Nicholson, who produced the album. Working together for the first time, they recorded at the Grammy winner’s Nashville studio, Fearless Recording. They also co-wrote many of what McClinton calls his best songs yet. His dad, Delbert, also shares writing credit on “Stories We Can Tell,” a Stonesy rocker, and “Beer Joint” — the latter of which contains contributions by “Hey Baby” legend Bruce Channel. Father and son also trade vocals on Delbert’s “Victim of Life’s Circumstances,” the title track of his 1975 ABC Records debut. “My style is just what feels good to me,” McClinton says. “I’ve never been into categorizing art, but I would say it falls somewhere between country and blues with a dash of Tejas and a side of jazz.”

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Sun
10 23

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Hosted by Terri Hendrix
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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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