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Scott Collins with Daniel Thomas Phipps

  • Strange Brew
  • 5326 Manchaca Rd
  • Austin, TX 78745
  • December 11, 2016
  • Time: 4:00 PM

Scott Collins and Daniel Thomas Phipps @ Strange Brew, Lounge Side

Sunday December 11th, 4pm // $5

All Ages

Tickets: http://www.strangebrewloungeside.com/event/261211

Scott Collins, an Austin based singer-songwriter, brings a blend of indie-folk and Americana to the stage. Having worked closely with Grammy nominated producer Chris ‘Frenchie’ Smith, it was the single “Marigold� which has been popular amongst the artists’ spotlight. The song continues to win valuable accolades including a placement in a NASCAR 9 week teaser-trailer run, 2nd in singer-songwriter and 3rd in love songs at the 2014 Austin Songwriters group. Scott has had the privilege of sharing the stage with some infamous industry professionals including Old Crow Medicine Show’s Willie Watson and more recently Possessed By Paul James at his sold out show in Austin at Cactus Cafe. Having toured with his last band, Southbound Drive, Scott has not shied away from the local scene as the forefront on KUTX 98.9’s ‘Austin Music Minute’ with Laurie Gallardo, performing at the stations notable Studio 1A and showcasing at SXSW in 2015.

Daniel Thomas Phipps is an indie-folk-rock-roots singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from New Braunfels, Texas. A ‘fixture’ in Hill-Country honky-tonks and venues as well as touring the country from the deep south, to middle America, to New York City, He is also an accomplished side-man and studio musician lending his talents in several bands from Texas and beyond.

Hearsay on Daniel:

“Daniel Thomas Phipps is the harmonic insurgence, melodic convergence, spiritual detergence, the Sugar Ray Leonard of the soul.� – Kevin Russell (Shinyribs)

“A witty and entertaining songwriter…He is mentioned by most Central Texas songwriters as one of their favorites.� – Thomas McAleer, The San Marcos Examiner

“TIMELESS COUNTRY FOLK – … I knew he was capable of all types of excellence… but the solo material and originals he played in The Garden helped put his quiet brilliance into full perspective. It’s not hard to hear the echoes of country’s past here. Modern influences include Jerry Garcia and Iron & Wine. Whether as a solo performer or with his own band, Daniel Thomas Phipps & The Kinfolk, this guy is money. One of the most unexpectedly brilliant sets recorded in The Garden this year. Phipps will be One To Watch in 2015. � – Ryan Spaulding, The Outlaw Roadshow

“a coolly assured purveyor of old songs, new songs, bruised songs and blue songs. Expect deftly ragged and melodically pure stuff with edge, burnish and bite… The dude abides.� – Ross Fortune

“A Texan-LaMontagne…� – Britton Beisenherz, Ramble Creek Studios

Scott Collins with Daniel Thomas Phipps