La Grande, OR
Friday, August 30th, 2013 at 8:00pm
While his subject matter falls somewhere between the natural reverence of the incorruptible John Denver and the unsettling introspection of Leonard Cohen, Rawlins’ playing style courts quick, jangly, Guthrie- like strumming and delicate alternating thumb finger picking that recalls a Southern country/blues tinge of Townes Van Zandt or R.L. Burnside. Beneath it all is a genuine poet, whose words are both whittled from the sturdy oak of folk tradition as they are tempered by the modern-day skyscraper.
Under 21 admitted with parent
Feel free to bring your own snacks or even dinner, but no outside beverages are allowed in the building. Beers, ales, stouts, root beer & wines brewed and sold fresh on the premises. Bottled water is also available.
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