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thursday, August 23th

Nathan Hamilton and Chris Beall


$10/adv $12/door

August 23, 2018 8:00 PM until August 23, 2018 11:00 PM

Nathan Hamilton is a multidisciplinary artist based in Austin,Texas.  As a singer/songwriter he has been performing professionally for more than

20 years. During that time he has released six albums on his own and two as a member of the Good Medicine Band (aka Sharecroppers). He was a winner of the 2000 Kerrville New Folk Award and a Top 5 Finalist in the 2008 Independent Music Awards. Nathan has toured internationally and in 2012 was selected as one of the official City of Austin Music Ambassadors to Oita, Japan as part of the Sister Cities Program.

The son of a motorcycle racer from a small town in west Texas, Chris Beall is a singer/songwriter/producer/guitarist who's latest album "The Gin Mill Hymns" recently showed-up at #15 on the Texas Roots Radio chart, #29 on the national Roots Rock Radio chart, and #173 on the national Americana radio chart. He has recently achieved the #1 position on the Reverbnation Americana chart for Central Texas, and #3 in the nation. Influenced by many forms of American music, he did a stint in Nashville, but currently resides in Austin Texas where he writes, performs, and produces music. Along with his solo career, he is a member of the well-established South Austin Moonlighters and has produced and played on several current Texas artists' songs including Denny Herrin's "Robert E Lee Motel" and Brett Hauser's "I'm As Good As Gone". His solo-career discography includes two albums: 2010's "Brand New World" and 2013's "The Gin Mill Hymns". The latter featuring "Dug Down Deep", a song of second chances set to the backdrop of his father's ("the motorcycle man") debilitating motorcycle-racing crash in 1973.