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Bordertown Bootleggers

Bordertown Bootleggers

Country Austin, TX  US
Sugar Moon (Live)
Sugar Moon (Live)
Moonglow (Live)
Moonglow (Live)
Sit Right Down (Live)
Sit Right Down (Live)
Vaya Con Dios (Live)
Vaya Con Dios (Live)
Navaho Trail (Live)
Navaho Trail (Live)


Slow Boat to China


  • 2014

    Sep 21

    Austin, TX, US | 4:00pm
  • 2014

    Sep 14

    Austin, TX, US | 6:00pm

    Best Miso Salmon in the City! Intimate accoustic set of swing and old time jazz.

  • 2014

    Sep 11

    Austin, TX, US | 6:30pm

    Great Food and place to dance!

  • 2014

    Sep 11

    Austin, TX, US | 3:30pm

    Ray Benson's Roadhouse in the departure terminal (through security)

  • 2014

    Feb 22

    Austin, TX, US | 9:00pm

    Johnny Cox on pedal steel joins Jake, Naomi and Mike in this historical room.


  • Langley and Smith
  • Cindy Cashdollar
  • Danny Levin


Label: Tone Poet Productions

Bio: Armed with the music of the legendary bands of Speedy West, Jimmy Bryant, Billy Jack Wills, The Texas Troubadors, and Spade Cooley, the Bordertown Bootlegers set out to blaze a new trail in Austin’s vibrant musical Landscape . The group features legendary musicians Cindy Cashdollar, Jake Langley,...See Full Bio

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“ "Chances are, if you put an all-star band together to play Western swing, things are going to work. Such is the case with the Bordertown Bootleggers. The motivating force behind this one is jazz guitarist Jake Langley, aided by Cindy Cashdollar on steel and dobro, Floyd Domino on piano, Danny Levin on fiddle, as well as guests Ray Benson and Rick Mcrae on guitar, and Joel Guzman on accordion. The Langley-written opener, “Minor Imposition,” makes it obvious this is going to be a fun ride. A minor-key swinger, great unison playing states the melody before a round of solos; Langley, Cashdollar, and Levin all shine, with Langley running down the changes with jazzy agility that culminates in a delightful descending run. “String Theory” is another Langley original; a walking blues, it has a textbook bluesy-jazz solo. A take on the Hoagy Carmichael classic “Skylark” shows lovely ballad work from Langley before Cashdollar joins with lovely, melodic solo." ”

— Vintage Guitar Magazine

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