Butch Hancock is an artist in his own right while also a member of the critically-acclaimed Flatlanders with Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Joe Ely. The Los Angeles times writes, “With a dry, world-weary voice similar to Bob Dylan’s, and a songwriting style filled with puns and humorous word play, his songs are wry and tender, wistful and wise.” The Flatlanders recently toured celebrating the 40 years they have been together with their new album “The Odessa Tapes.” http://theflatlanders.com/
Mandy Rowden is an Austin-based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with three albums under her belt, the last of which ‘When That Day Comes’ from Howlin’ Dog Records has been nominated for Album of the Year in Nashville’s Josie Music Awards. 2015’s ‘These Bad Habits’ features Lloyd Maines, Redd Volkaert, and Brad Rice and was voted #2 Album of the Year in the Austin Chronicle Music Poll. ‘Big Moon’ from her 2016 album ‘1,000 Miles’ was a finalist in the Great American Song Contest. Mandy is also the founder of Girl Guitar, a comprehensive rock and roll school for women in Austin, TX.
Date(s) - Sep 15, 2018
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Thoreau Woods Coffeehouse