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Did you know Bob Livingston is an original member of The Lost Gonzo Band? Did you know he was there when Ray Wylie wrote Red Neck Mother? Did you know Bob has traveled the world for the US State Department as a Music Ambassador? I think he might be the most interesting man in the world.....and I get to open his show at Anderson Fair.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Shawn Colvin, Roseanne Cash, Alison Kraus, Terri Hendrix, Kate Gaffney
Label: Smallz Records
Bio: It was destiny when Leslie Krafka attended her first songwriter’s workshop. Hosted by Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines that first workshop sparked her passion for songwriting, and began an enduring musical relationship that has resulted in Maines and Hendrix co-producing Leslie’s sophomore recor...See Full Bio
“Onward, her second album, is where Krafka really arrives. Produced by Maines and Hendrix, the whole record sounds fantastic, crisp and full (but never cluttered)...But Krafka, despite being a rookie separated by that formidable bunch by decades of collective experience, holds her own all the way through with conviction to spare. Her voice alone is a real find: sweet but assertive and ribboned with color, it glistens through “Beauty,” swaggers sassily through “Whiskey High,” and settles like a golden-red sunset over the river of pedal steel on “South Texas Fall.” Her songs are real winners, too, full of buoyant melodies that never sag or drag and lyrics that convey both maturity and a young-at-heart spirit that’s playful but never fluffy. Best of all, though, is the way she handles herself on the album’s one cover, “Drunken Poet’s Dream.” Memo to Ray Wylie Hubbard and Hayes Carll: hate to tell you this, boys, but while you were sleeping, that woman done stole your ”