Special pre-Thanksgiving Concert with Austin based artist Craig Marshall, and from Minneapolis, Adam Marshall Ocean Beach Bluegrass band Mohavisoul opens the show...
Sunday Shindig with Craig Marshall! Join us Sunday afternoon for fantastic tunes, delicious beers, and food hot off the grill!
Beautiful space to play this acoustic concert thanks to Christy Moore! Christy and Katya will get things started around 8pm with some Sweet Anarchy, then Craig plays a set (probably with some surprise guests). Song circle to follow so bring instruments if you like. RSVP for address and more info
Full band show! Sharing the stage with Choctaw Wildfire for an extended set featuring songs by Charlie Pierce and myself, rare combined concert and "country" dance at the Rattle! Anthony Ray Wright and Sheila Marshall get things going at 9pm.
Craig Marshall hosts his bi-weekly House Wine concert, with Seth Freeman as guest in from Los Angeles.
Label: Big Ticket Records
Manager: Eric Brown
Bio: SONG "SMALL REMINDER" IN HOLLYWOOD FEATURE "MY UNCLE RAFAEL" CURRENTLY IN THEATERS!
CRAIG HAS 3 SONGS FEATURED IN FILM "WHEN HARRY TRIES TO MARRY" WHICH HAD A WORLD PREMIERE AT THE AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL 2010!
The title of Craig Marshall's new release Hiding in the Doorway underlines the artist'...See Full Bio
“Craig Marshall - Point Of View (Big Ticket) This is a scorching power pop CD. It crackles with great songs from the get go! There are traces of Neil Finn influence at the crunchy end of his Crowded House material, with a bit of XTC thrown in for good measure. There are so many good songs it is difficult to know where to start! The most immediate and radio friendly song is (ironically) "Radio Girl" which should raise his profile if it gets played on the radio. There are also three tracks that sound as if Macca himself could have written from The Rubber Soul and Revolver era, namely "When You Come Back Down", "Paper Cut" and "Lost In Space". This album is how it should be, with songs that have intelligent lyrics, great hooks and fine musicianship. Did I say power pop, I meant to say POWERFUL pop. Highly recommended. www.craigmarshall.com ”