SAT. DEC 30, 2017 – CARSON MCHONE / JAMES STEINLE / GABE WOOTTON SONG SWAP – FIRST 20 PRE-SALE TICKETS GET A FREE OLD QUARTER SHIRT!

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  • November 21, 2017
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CARSON MCHONE

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

 

Carson McHone, a songwriter from Austin, Texas, “writes songs like her life depends on it” (Ray Wylie Hubbard), bringing an intelligence to alt-country that is both immediate and lyrical.  She released her debut self titled EP in 2013 and toured nationally and internationally in its support.

Her vocals are featured on Shinyribs’ newest album (Okra Candy, 2015), on Ray Wylie Hubbard’s 2015 song “Chick Singer Badass Rockin”, as well as a duet on Mike and The Moonpies 2015 release ‘Mockingbird. In 2014 McHone was selected as one of six songwriters to represent the city of Austin in “Project ATX6”.  The group played showcases in Toronto, Canada at NXNE (North By Northeast Festival) and toured Northern Germany, culminating in a sold out showcase at the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg.

She has shared the stage with Ryan Bingham, Lydia Loveless, Charlie Mars, David Ramirez, Jerry Jeff Walker, Shaky Graves, Gary Clark Jr., among others. McHone has been working on a new album in Nashville with producer Mike McCarthy (Spoon, Heartless Bastards, Patty Griffin) and performed this year at the 2017 Austin City Limits Music Festival and the 2017 Americana Music Festival.

JAMES STEINLE

I’M JUST HERE TO TRY AND WRITE THE BEST SONGS I CAN. THERE IS A HEAVY BURDEN AND INHERENT RESPONSIBILITY PLACED ON BEING A FOLK SINGER/SONGWRITER IN TEXAS. OF ALL THE GREATS, GUY, TERRY, TOWNES, RODNEY, LYLE, REK, BLAZE…THEIR COLLECTIVE CATALOGUE AND FEELINGS THEY/ARE ABLE TO CONJURE IS WHAT KEEPS ME CONSTANTLY INSPIRED AND FOCUSED ON BECOMING THE BEST SONGWRITER I CAN BE. HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL DOWN THE ROAD.

 

GABE WOOTTON

 

From the piney woods of East Texas to the flat lands outside Lubbock, from the rolling prairies of Central Texas to the sandy shores of the Virgin Islands, Gabe Wootton has covered more than a few miles. With an eye on the horizon and an ear in the wind, he has found melody in the mundane and rhyme in the hum of life. A sketch of scenes in passing, character studies of the broken and the jubilant, triumphant tales of ruin to joyful lamentations of woe, Gabe’s songs run the gamut incorporating elements of all the music he has stumbled upon throughout his life.

 

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