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Hey ya'll! I usually do a big birthday show in February but I was a little late to the party this year so instead i thought i'd make this last minute IOTA show a birthday party for all the pisces in the house! The illustrious John S has promised to bake one of his delicious cakes so this show comes with some special perks and I hope you can make it out :) I'm super excited to be playing with my friend Keegan McInroe (Music Page) a Texas based musician who's just back from his European tour! Keegan's music is awesome so I hope you can come on out and give him a warm DMV welcome! Show starts at 8 PM and cover is 10$ I'm not sure just yet if it'll be just the two of us or what but I'll update you when I do know... ;) In the meantime, I hope you can find some time in your calendar to come on out and celebrate with us! And please feel free to share this event, post it to your blog, tell your friends, kidnap random strangers and bring them on over, you get the idea! Ciao, Flo
Sounds Like: Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash
Bio: Keegan McInroe is a Texas based singer-songwriter. Weaving together threads from old country, old blues, gospel, and rock & roll, McInroe creates an original tapestry of American roots music, earthy and lyric driven.
In 2003, Keegan McInroe participated in founding rock & roll outfit, Catfish W...See Full Bio
“There's an appealing, unhurried nature to Fort Worth singer-songwriter Keegan McInroe's voice. He approaches his songs -- and on his latest album, A Thousand Dreams, there are 19 to choose from -- as though he's telling a handful of stories to a small, attentive audience. Breaking up his evocative tunes with brief instrumentals (often featuring stellar performances from locals like Ginny Mac or Michael Maftean), McInroe fashions a record tailor-made for lazy rainy days or intimate, sunset backyard gatherings. Produced by McInroe with Paul Williams, A Thousand Dreams is simply transporting.”