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 Dave Gunning - Wednesday June 7th 2018

 

Slaid Cleaves - Sold Out

Sunday June 17th

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Usual start time is 7:30pm

Bring a little extra for a CD

BYOB (DD recommended)

BYOF (snacks and coffee at intermission) 

 

 
                                       Dave Gunning
                             Wednesday June 6th at 7:30pm

 
 Truly, what makes Dave so remarkable as an entertainer is his rare gift to be able to befriend the audience as a whole from the stage throughout the course of the concert. And, indeed, you do feel as though hes as good of a friend as any after a night of songs, stories and lighthearted laughs.  The Guardian
                                    
 Tickets are $30. and can be purchased thru Brown Paper Tickets
 
 
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                                Slaid Cleaves
                                      Sunday June 17th at 7:30pm
Now, twenty-five years into his storied career, Cleaves songwriting has never been more potent. For over 20 years, Slaid Cleaves has spun stories with a novelist's eye and a poet's heart. A rootsy singer and songwriter whos made his bed in the folk world, Cleaves grew up in Maine and lives outside Austin, Texas but tours much of the year. In 1992, he won the New Folk award at the Kerrville Folk Festival.  .

The characters in Slaid Cleaves songs live in unglamorous reality. They work dead end job, they run out of money, they grow old, they hold on to each other (or not) and they die. With an eye for the beauty in everyday life, he tells their stories, bringing empathy to their uncaring world.

Ghost on the Car Radio is Cleaves' first release since 2013's Still Fighting the War, which was praised as "one of the year's best albums" by American Songwriter and "carefully crafted songs about the struggles of the heart in hard times" by the Wall Street Journal. The New York Daily News called his music "a treasure hidden in plain sight," while the Austin Chronicle declared, "there are few contemporaries that compare. He's become a master craftsman on the order of Guy Clark and John Prine."
 
Tickets are $35. and can be purchased thru Brown Paper Tickets