Kasey Chambers

Danny Click opens

Thursday, March 9, 2017, 8:00 pm
(doors open at 7:00 pm)

country songwriting wonder returns

$30 adv / $35 door

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March 09 8:00 pm

"I wasn't interested in not sounding like me anymore" Kasey Chambers shrugs, wrapping her hands around her coffee cup-the same hands that have received 29 music awards and raised three children. The same hands that pulled crayfish spines from their knuckles on Australia's southern coast and hunted foxes under the Nullarbor's endless blue sky.

 

She's felt music as both aggressor and healer - grinding and cleansing like some pure, vicious coast. It demands a lot from its maker. But whenever she feels lost, Kasey takes it back to basics. More so than ever before, Kasey Chambers is writing like a true storyteller. From the red dust of her nomadic childhood to the surf coast where she's raised her family, Kasey's always maintained that her records have been a testament to "who [she] was at the time". And her newest album is proof that she's unwilling to settle for anything less.

 

Until a few years ago, Danny Click was one of Austin’s best-kept secrets, a musician’s musician who’d won the respect of some of alt-country’s biggest names but hadn’t yet found widespread recognition.

 

That changed when Click's CD, Life Is A Good Place, was released in April, 2011 and spent more than 12 consecutive months on the Country, pop, and Americana radio charts.  

 

In April 2015, Danny and band finished a brand new studio album, Holding up the Sun, with legendary producer Jim Scott (Tom Petty, Rolling Stones, Wilco, Lucinda Williams, etc.) which was released worldwide on Sept. 18, 2015 and is still on radio charts and DJ playlists across the country.  

 

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