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    Poet Grant Mattthew Francis Cross will be the master of ceremonies, singer-songwriter Longriver, and opens the evening at 7:30 P.M. The Lonesome Heroes start at 8:00 PM.

    The Lonesome Heroes have been dancing the line between indie, country, and Americana sounds for nearly two decades in Austin, TX. Their latest album, ‘Seasons Change’, paints a picture of sonic and scenic landmarks—a mural of musical influences inspired by interstate miles. Restless rock & roll, lackadaisical honky-tonk, and a modern take on Cosmic American Music all converge here in the 6th album in the Heroes discography.

    Longriver was born David Longoria (The Black, ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead) in Houston, Texas. He is a singer, songwriter, and poet living in Austin. Influenced by the songs of Bob Dylan, Charley Patton, John Fahey, Rolling Stones, Hank Williams, etc., Longriver plays guitar and harmonica.

    Free and open to the public, this show has been financed in whole by the City of Austin’s Live Music Fund Event Program. Plenty of parking, seating, and a dance floor at a 60+ year old honky-tonk.

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