Jameson Clay Koweek lives simply in Tucson, Arizona, where he was born. Friend to the critters and folks alike, he has been playing music professionally since the mid 90s.
Hailing from Little Rock, Arkansas, and possessing a voice the Onion A.V. Club warns “knocks your brain into the back of your skull,” Adam Faucett has drawn comparisons from Tim Buckley to Cat Power to Otis Redding. On the road full time since 2007, Faucett has shared bills with acts like Jason Isbell, Damien Jurado and Lucero and toured internationally and nationally with Chuck Ragan, King Buzzo, Pallbearer and The Bottle Rockets. His fifth release, It Took the Shape of a Bird (Last Chance Records) was named to Pop Matters “20 Best Americana Albums of 2018.”
Arkansas native William Blackart plays a lo-fi country brand of folk music. With lyrics described as “poetic and captivating,” vocals pegged as “rough and emotive” and guitar work called “hypnotic and spare” (Dakota Discography), his influences range from Townes Van Zandt to Leonard Cohen to The Clash. He’s been on the road steadily since 2007, playing with acts like Richard Buckner, The Legendary Shack Shakers, Joe Jack Talcum (The Dead Milkmen) and Dax Riggs. Return, Blackart’s latest record, was released September 28, 2018 on vinyl, CD and digital.
$7 at the door
doors at 4. show at 5pm