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POSTPONED - Arty Hill hosts the mid-Atlantic's best country singers presenting their favorite tunes from Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Rose Maddox, The Byrds, and other California artists Arty and the Long Gone Daddys will be joined by The Highballers, Rodney "Pieman" Henry, The Hello Strangers, Sean K. Preston Music, Blue Moon Cowgirls, L'il Mo (NYC), Linda Hill (NYC), The Racket, and more at The Creative Alliance, Baltimore. Ticket proceeds benefit Believe In Music, a program of the Living Classrooms Foundation. For tickets and event information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/812790015479592
Tall Trees is proud to present Arty Hill and the Long Gone Daddys "From Baltimore, MD to Central Texas, Arty Hill is packing the bars and dance floors with his unique brand of Modern Honky Tonk. He sings with an "'everyman' quality…reminiscent of Johnny Cash." (Vintage Guitar Magazine). His songs - marrying the soul of classic country with the wry storytelling of Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt - have been recorded by Rockabilly Queen Bee Marti Brom, Austin’s Texas Sapphires, the Grammy-nominated Kenny and Amanda Smith Band, and award-winning Alt-Country pioneers Jason & the Scorchers. And with his recordings topping the FAR chart, it's no wonder Rambles.net calls him "a country songwriter of the first order."His latest recording, "Another Lost Highway," is an epic combination of bluegrass, Texas shuffles, big rockers and ballads. "From 'Victoria's Secret Is Safe With Me' to 'Halfway House' to 'Blackwater Wildlife,' Arty Hill and band deliver 12 radio-ready tunes that eclipse anything else being released today under the 'country' label". Bruce Price (KNON, Dallas, TX) with opening band Western Star Raised mostly in a holler on the border of West Virginia and Virginia. Formed while working on a cattle ranch in East Texas. This family band is a second generation alt-country four piece that brings garage-rock speed and power, southern rock harmonies and straight up kickassery to their music. When they aren't wrangling calves and driving heavy equipment down in Texas, the Western Star boys stay local to Baltimore and gig up and down the east coast. Running through the nightclubs and bars, playing out as much as possible, these guys have headlined the Ottobar multiple times, rocked a sold out 930 Club opening for the Old 97s, and headlined the Mercury Lounge in NYC. Doors open at 6:30 Show starts at 7:00
Bio: "One of the best country singers going right now is not from Texas or from Tennessee — he’s from Baltimore and his name is Arty Hill. He’s also is a first-class songwriter..." - San Antonio Express
"Some call this music modern honky tonk. Heck, this is the way country music should sound, perio...See Full Bio