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  • fichadelphia
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    Originally posted by HankAndLeeStamper View Post
    I figured fans of Americanafest might want to hear that Hayes Carll is playing Tips in March, got a ticket/pre-sale/something or other email from them about it
    That’s going to be a great show.

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  • HankAndLeeStamper
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    I figured fans of Americanafest might want to hear that Hayes Carll is playing Tips in March, got a ticket/pre-sale/something or other email from them about it

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  • Fred (Texas JF Fanatic)
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    About AMERICANAFEST | AmericanaMusic.org

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  • Fred (Texas JF Fanatic)
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    Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post
    Next year's Americanafest dates confirmed as September 19 -24, which is significant as it implies there will be programming on the Sunday, which has been missing for a few years.
    Sunday might not happen next year.

    Our 23rd annual AMERICANAFEST will take place September 19-23, 2023 Not Sept. 19-24

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  • cp_deb
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    Originally posted by larrybalmur View Post

    Trey Hensley with Rob Ickes was some smokin' hot playing at Red Wingfest this year
    Saw the duo at a sold out house concert a couple of weeks ago. The Achilles Wheel trio opened. A fine evening of entertainment.

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  • Fred (Texas JF Fanatic)
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    Thanks to the post on this thread I was able to add Nikki Lane & 49 Winchester to my radar.
    Last night 49 Winchester opened up for Nikki. 49 Winchester was a bit to much country for
    my taste last night. Nikki and her band were on fire. Great set! They played at Last Concert Cafe
    here in Houston. Last Concert is Houston's most friendly 420 venue. Nikki was smoking on
    stage. Great night in Houston as the Astros won nearby. Go Stros!

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  • Canine Horror
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    Originally posted by Fred (Texas JF Fanatic) View Post

    I've been looking for those dates. Thanks for posting. Those dates make it impossible to do Rhythm & Roots and Americana due to 8 days between festivals.
    Au contraire mon ami. You can easily do both, you just have to find something else on the in-between weekend!

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  • Canine Horror
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    Originally posted by duende View Post

    Haha - Marc, you misinterpreted my reluctance to sleep in a sleeping bag in a tent for not wanting to camp My wife and I have a festival-camping system that includes: a Coleman tent (I think "6-man") in which I can stand up (always thinking about the ShiftPod tent these days) - that we fill with very sturdy cots, topped by tri-fold futons, a battery-op ceiling fan, rug runners, EZ-up's (and more exotic shade structures), with separate plastic bins for: kitchen, food, ambience, LED lighting ropes and strands, liquor, + multiple ice-chests (one reserved for block ice for raspador-shaved ice), an EcoFlow power bank for running lights, personal devices, etc, bluetooth audio, an 8-gallon torpedo solar shower mounted on my van's roof (pressurized via Ryobi inflator), chairs, gravity loungers, and stuff I'm sure I'm forgetting. We haven't suffered in a good while! But driving the Transit 350 XL to Texas, and thence to Louisiana... ugh. Lots to see on the way, however. A trip like that makes my friends' 1000+ km bicycle months-long trip thru northern Europe seem affordable and sensible by comparison.
    Oh, I see. Very nice setup, but I don't think I could persuade B.A. to allow me to bring that with...so it's probably going to be a shitty Lockhart motel for me.

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  • Fred (Texas JF Fanatic)
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    Originally posted by Canine Horror View Post
    Next year's Americanafest dates confirmed as September 19 -24, which is significant as it implies there will be programming on the Sunday, which has been missing for a few years.
    I've been looking for those dates. Thanks for posting. Those dates make it impossible to do Rhythm & Roots and Americana due to 8 days between festivals.

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  • Canine Horror
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    Next year's Americanafest dates confirmed as September 19 -24, which is significant as it implies there will be programming on the Sunday, which has been missing for a few years.

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  • jjazznj
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    Originally posted by Fred (Texas JF Fanatic) View Post
    Shannon McNally at Dee's

    Shannon McNally - YouTube
    Here's another from this past week. Love her and Dee's.
    She is there every Wed this month.

    AmericarnivalLive at Dee's 9.14.22Tip at Venmo: @shannon-mcnally-9

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  • Fred (Texas JF Fanatic)
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    Shannon McNally at Dee's

    Shannon McNally - YouTube

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  • The Krewe of Chew
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    Originally posted by Fred (Texas JF Fanatic) View Post
    Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion, Bristol, VA, Bristol, TN
    Sep 8, 2023 - Sep 10, 2023​
    Hotel is booked--hoping we will make it this time.
    (we were supposed to go this year but I had to work)

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  • Gards
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    A guy I know has just been doing a live broadcast from Nashville with Annie McCue an Aussie muso who does a programme on local community Radio there.

    Skunk Baxter is playing at the bar on the roof top at the Westin 4pm Saturday, I think I just heard.

    Dont forget about the Aussie BBQ at the 5 spot tomorrow.

    Lots of talented Aussie performers will be there.

    Maybe that will be Australiana?

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  • fichadelphia
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    Originally posted by duende View Post

    I was surprised to hear how quickly they turned the acts - must’ve been a house band, then? If so, those folks are badass!
    That’s funny because some of the changeovers felt long- it’s just such a unique experience there- because it’s a long narrow space that was filled in with a dense crowd, the musicians would frequently walk behind the bar and the open griddle/fryer operation to get to the stage. Just a total hoot.
    the house band is Sarah Gayle Meach and the Meach Boys!

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