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Join us for a special night - Left Arm Tan and Sons of Bill. LAT at 9-ish, SOB afterwards. We will roll out some new tunes from the upcoming album. Tix are $10 and it will be standing room only but what an awesome way to spend an evening!
We are having an amazing picnic to launch the West Campus for Christ Chapel Bible Church. It's ok, just come out and have a corndog and chillax! Dan Roberts at 12:30, Left Arm Tan at 1:30-ish, GRO at 2:30-ish. It's a special daytime event!
Left Arm Tan will join Whiskeypants for their CD release show at the Rustic. LAT is going to debut some new songs and then Whiskeypants is going to debut their new CD. LAT at 9:30 and then the great WhiskeyPants. Aww yeah!
Join us for the 10th and FINAL Parker County Pickin' Party. Left Arm Tan and Walt Wilkins and the Mighty Mystiqueros. This will be the most special of them all so bring a lawnchair, a pot luck dish and your beverage of choice! See ya there!
Reno Tahoe Music Festival
Sounds Like: The Eagles, Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash, The Bellamy Brothers, Wilco, Ryan Adams
Label: Left Arm Tan
Manager: Left Arm Tan
Bio: Left Arm Tan (LAT) - “From the opening notes of this Fort Worth's foursome's full-length, you can see the prairie dust whistling past an open car window as it blasts down a wide-open highway.” (Fort Worth Star Telegram) This is Texas driving music that carries you from the Hill Country, through t...See Full Bio
: Left Arm Tan has a show on 03/21/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Magnolia Motor Lounge in Fort Worth, TX http://t.co/C6eXJaHVll #concert
“Left Arm Tan calls its second full length album Alticana, which sounds like a shortcut for "alternative americana" which some might call alt.country. However the Texas quartet chooses to define their sound, it's nothing less than one of the brightest, most tuneful albums of 2013. Like Sons of Bill or Reckless Kelly, Left Arm Tan trades in working class country as played by an outfit with road experience and suburban smarts. You won't find them struggling to sound hard or reaching too desperately for their "alt" cred. Alticana comes across as genuine blue collar music. Songs like "69 Reasons" and "Carnations" go down smooth with refreshingly tuneful choruses and just-right arrangements.”