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Tickets are $15 (plus fees) and include either 2 sodas or 2 PBRs. This show is all ages!
Matt the Electrician is a singer/songwriter based in Austin, Texas. Matt grew up in Oregon, having been born in San Francisco, CA, and has been recording and touring in Austin since 1996. Matt's musical style has been described as folk-pop or neo-folk, but more generally incorporates various styles of roots-based acoustic music. Since 1999 Matt the Electrician has toured across the United States, Europe, and Japan. His music has been featured in multiple American television shows. Here's a sample of what Matt's music is like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cM-PhwaWmIU
The New York Times has described Dana Falconberry's live performance as "gentle yet intricate: a rusticated chamber music using banjo, cello, and staggered, contrapuntal vocal harmonies with the other women in her band, in songs full of wordless interludes that unfurled a skein of possibilities." For over a decade Dana has called Austin, TX, her home, though the tour life does take her all over the place. For instance, one time it took her to NPR's Tiny Desk Concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FowAzrMU0GU
Opening the show will be singer/songwriter, Jose Hernandez. His honest songs are captivating and his strong voice is soulful. Check out Jose's latest song: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152756254818759