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tuesday, january 28th


Carrie Carroll with Mandy Rowden

7:30pm

$8/adv $10/door

January 28, 2020 07:30 PM until January 28, 2020 09:30 PM

Carrie makes what should be overly familiar sound brand new. There's the same honesty in simple and sincere songs that pull on your heart strings the same way Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, and Hank Williams did. It takes a unique poetess to frame the Everyman/woman experience in the completely unpretentious way that she does." - Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange

Carrie Ann Carroll is a singer/songwriter from Austin, TX. She has been described as a sweet nightingale who sings about darkness. She writes songs about love, lust, hope and disappointment. She has a folk singer soul with pop sensibility and country instincts. That combination makes a great mix of catchy, heartbreaking tunes. She released her debut album, You Should Know, in 2014 and is currently working on material for her next release. 

Mandy Rowden: 

"Right up there in Lucinda Williams territory" - No Depression

"Kicks butt with her pen." - Austin Chronicle

"Rowden tells it like it is over a wiry brand of alt-country, singing in a low-key, sleepily sensual voice that calls to mind Kim Richey or Lucinda Williams." - Charleston City Paper

Mandy Rowden is an Austin and Nashville-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and the creator of Girl Guitar, a women’s guitar school and rock camp that is celebrating it’s 10th Anniversary this year. Mandy played classical violin and piano through college, where she began writing songs and has since worked and toured playing guitar, bass, keys, drums, fiddle, mandolin, and harmonica. Besides teaching and touring, Mandy is the resident musician at Lucky Star Art Camp and a contributing songwriter for Songs For The Soul. Her first full-length studio album ‘These Bad Habits’ (2015) featured Grammy winner Lloyd Maines (Dixie Chicks) and Grammy nominee Redd Volkaert (Merle Haggard) and was voted #2 Album of the Year in the Austin Chronicle Music Poll; since then she has placed in the Top Ten as Musician of the Year as well as Songwriter, Female Vocalist, Album, and Song of the Year. In March of 2017 Mandy signed with Howlin’ Dog Records.

*Finalist, Great American Song Contest 2017 for 'Big Moon'
*Austin Chronicle Music Poll Top Ten, 2017
     -Musician of the Year
     -Songwriter of the Year
     -Female Vocalist of the Year
     -Album of the Year (1,000 Miles)
     -Song of the Year (Let Me In)
*2016 Regional Performer - Kerrville Folk Festival
*2016 Songwriter Serenade Semi-Finalist
*#2 Album of the Year (These Bad Habits) - Austin Chronicle Music Poll, 2016

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