Saturday, March 21, 2015
@ Licha's Cantina
1306 E. 6th St.
Austin, TX 78702 | Austin, TX | 11am-2am
Country. Roots. Bluegrass. Rock n' Roll. Free entry. No badge required.
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Brooklyn Brewery Stage:
11am - "Cura Cruda" breakfast with Licha's Cantina's micheladas and breakfast tacos
Noon - Sam Outlaw - Sam Outlaw is a country singer living in Los Angeles. He was born in South Dakota and ‘Outlaw’ is his mother’s maiden name.
1 – The Deslondes - The Deslondes (formerly Tumbleweeds) are a New Orleans-based country-soul band. In their writing and performing, they combine elements of early Stax, Sun and Atlantic records with the influence of a more raw, stripped-down sound gleaned off field recordings from Alan Lomax and Mississippi Records catalogue.
2 - Chuck Prophet - Chuck Prophet shapes his restless career with inimitable subtle flair: a vivid parade of razor-edged one-liners camouflaged in a slack-jawed drawl, songs about heartbreak and everyman heroism, drenched in twisted lines of rude Telecaster.
3 - Anthony D’Amato - Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Anthony D'Amato has received high praise for his third album and New West Records' debut, "The Shipwreck From the Shore," produced by Sam Kassirer and featuring members of Bon Iver and Megafaun.
4 - Andrew Combs - Nashville songwriter Andrew Combs weaves tales of love, sin and redemption, in a style that brings together classic country and contemporary pop, on his new album, All These Dreams.
5 - Whiskey Shivers - "Chops away at traditional bluegrass constraints with a mischievous cleaver, mixing in shadows of Delta swamps and New Orleans basements... the fierce inertia of Old Crow Medicine Show, the ramshackle folk punch of Felice Brothers and the punk energy of a pre-sobriety Deer Tick." - Rolling Stone
6 - JP Harris & the Tough Choices – In short, J.P. Harris plays Country Music. His latest album “Home Is Where The Hurt Is” was recorded and mixed at Ronnie’s Place (formerly the personal studio of Ronnie Milsap) in Nashville.
7 - Hello Strangers - Starting in Austin, and now from their home in "Pennsyltucky," sisters Larissa and Brechyn Chace, and their band, perform cheeky, wittingly noir songwriting, blending East-Meets-West alt-country with haunting sibling harmonies.
8 - River Whyless - Asheville NC's indie-folk outfit River Whyless is celebrating the release of their self-titled EP, a recording whose intricate arrangements, sweeping instrumentals and evocative lyrics are steeped in raw emotion.
9 - Tall Tall Trees - Bearded man sings songs, violates banjo.
10 - Theee Rock Wolves - We're six dudes who believe that Rock n Roll can move mountains, and we're gonna play it till we move one.
11 - Girls Guns Glory - For the past 8 years, Boston’s rising stars have been making a name for themselves through relentless touring (about 200 gigs/yr worldwide), the release of 4 critically acclaimed records, a slew of local awards, including being The Boston Music Awards 1st act of its’ genre to win Act of the Year, and International Awards (Independent Artist of the Year / French Country Music Awards)
Midnight - Bandito Royale plays music of honorable thieves sipping tequila in a New Orleans dance hall on their way to the desert, or Mexico. We call it "salty noir…”
Acoustic Guitar Magazine Stage:
11:15am - Craig Marshall - Austin based Americana artist and recent award winning songwriter combining sturdy songcraft, lyrical insight, and a rootsy stripped-down sensibility with great industry success from last year’s “Hiding in the Doorway” and soon to be released “After All”.
Noon - Jeremy Nail - Jeremy Nail's songs of survival and second chances set the scene for the acclaimed guitarists' new album 'The Great Mystery', set for a late 2015 release
12:45 - Matt Blake - Matt Blake is a critically acclaimed Americana recording artist based out of Austin, TX who is currently touring in support of his new release "All the Dirt in Town" produced by Doug Pettibone and featuring Lucinda Williams.
1:30 - The Lowest Pair - Sultry country banjo duo featuring the high lonesome harmonies of Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee.
2:15 - The Mastersons - Austin-based Husband/wife duo The Mastersons, who also pull double duty as members of Steve Earle's band The Dukes, play a mix of upbeat Americana and shimmering power-pop
3pm - Daniel Romano - Canada's Daniel Romano delivers mosey croonin' and hard luck storytelling.
3:50 - Al Scorch - Al Scorch is a native Chicagoan, songwriter, banjo wizard, and rambunctious force of nature.
4:30 - Cale Tyson - Old school, sad-bastard outlaw country for a new generation of excited country fans.
5:15 - Daddy Long Legs - Brooklyn's Blues Harp Bloodhound.
6pm - The Dove & The Wolf - The Dove and the Wolf, a French dynamic duo two-girl band, currently based in Philadelphia, weave nostalgic harmonies through stories that tell of loves and summers lost
6:45 - Christopher Paul Stelling - Once you've given up the ghost, everything follows with dead certainty, even in the midst of chaos - Henry Miller
7:30 - Jesse Harris & Star Rover - Jesse Harris is a Grammy Award winning songwriter/singer/guitarist/
8:15 - Leland Sundries – “Dedicated to storytelling in a way that recalls Woody Guthrie and his Folkways brethren. [His] scrappy Americana will get you longing for empty two-lane highways and kudzu-encased back porches.” – New York Times
9pm - For Her and the Snow – A unique indie trio bringing catchy pop luscious hooks and punctuated beats
9:45 - Quiet Life - Quiet Life draw inspiration for their roots-Americana sound from open roads and friendly strangers and just when you think they've put down roots in one place, they pack up, load their van, and head for the next town.
10:30 - The Green Gallows - The green gallows are a whiskey drenched outlaw americana band from Queens.
11:30 - Star Rover - “Star Rover specializes in an alluring sort of pastoral punk that suggests a collaboration between Deerhoof and John Fahey" -Time Out New York
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About Licha’s Cantina - Located in the heart of East 6th Street, Licha’s has become a popular niche for Austinites craving a bite of interior México. With a menu inspired by the Mexican soulfood cooking that owner Daniel Brooks was raised on in Mexico City, Licha's has been met with widespread critical success with features in Austin Chronicle, Austin 360, Zagat, Eater Austin, The NY TImes and more.
Curated by The Defibulators and Daniel Roark - Brooklyn’s country crusaders founded the Brooklyn Country Cantina in 2012, along with Austinite Daniel Roark, as the go-to grassroots showcase for innovative country, roots, and Americana artists at SXSW.