Show 8:15-11:45 pm
Show-8:30 - 11:30 PM
Radio station KNON Blues Benefit with Larry Lampkin, Johnny Mack, Michael Lee, Ray Reed, James Hinkle, Jackie Don Loe, Chris Watson, and a host of others. Steve Hill Trio set is from 1:30-2 PM. Get there early!
Hill/Johnson Duo-from 6:30 - 9 PM
Sounds Like: Albert King, Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert Collins
Bio: Steve Hill (aka Steve Territo) started playing harmonica and guitar in 1965. By the early 70s, he decided that blues and blues and soul influenced rock was the only kind of music he was interested in performing. He relocated to the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas area from his hometown of Chicago, Illin...See Full Bio
: Johnson/Hill Duo, Thursday. April 30 at Fresco's in Watauga, TX. 6:30-9pm. http://t.co/rVezs3dzoM
“The Steve Hill Trio IS "WORK-ing Twice as Hard" on this enjoyable, six song EP. It's blues and rock with a bit of humor about a perpetual human male condition: yearning for somebody to love, even if we don't know what love is. In the slightly slinky title song, a man sees himself in the mirror and realizes he "done got old." In "Somebody Please," and "Rocket Science," he's lonely in a bar and wants somebody to take him home. He falls for a woman-"the chemistry sure is there"-but doesn't know her name and doesn't care about the big guy she's with. In "Half Honeybee, Half Snake," well, the title makes it clear. In "You Think You Know Her," he learns "you may think she will, but then she won't. "Live and Let Live" is a bit different from the first five, a sort of libertarian anthem. This Steve Hill (not to be confused with any other Steve Hills who are musicians) lives in Springtown, and his "Working Twice as Hard" is, except for that aging thing, paying off.”