Rock / Singer/songwriter / Americana
everybody, hope you're doing well. Wanted to let you know about a really cool
gig this Saturday afternoon. We'll be playing a benefit show called "Pints
for Pups," it's a fundraiser for local dog shelters and advocacy groups. You
can find more info about the show at http://www.independencebrewing.com/events/pints-for-pups/,
or you can check out the Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/136878889832202/?fref=ts.
We'll be playing with a band called Mayeux and Broussard, you can check them
out here. We go on from noon to 1:30, M&B go on
Thanks, and hope to see you Saturday!
"It’s Saturday night, the last official night of SXSW on the infamous Rainey
St. in Austin, Texas, and local musician Ricky Stein got the call for a 7:00 slot
at the Lustre Pearl mere hours ago. A solo gig, nothing fancy, but when you’re
playing to a packed house not to mention the thousands of people walking by, stopping,
leaning against the rod iron bars and listening for a minute or ten, asking people
around them—“Do you know who this is?” the pressure is on whether
you acknowledge it or not. Some people rise to the challenge, others cower away.
Ricky Stein falls into the former. - See more at: http://www.gratefulweb.com/articles/ricky-stein-sxsw-review#sthash.bpborX7J.Q1yuj8ox.dpuf" Caitlin
St. Pierre, Grateful Web
"Ricky Stein is one of those Americana
guys who can go on stage with just an acoustic guitar an leave an audience rapt.
And armed with his band, the Warm Guns, he can also blow you away with bluster.
The Austin native is a rising talent to watch." Houston Chronicle, Houston Chronicle
"Crazy Days" puts Stein in
the valley between Doug Sahm and Townes Van Zandt. Stein's voice is big and fearless,
and his band hammers the groove on "Shreveport Blues." Michael Corcoran,
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