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wednesday, november 13th

a special late-night show from rick shea and terry klein


$10/adv $12/door

November 13, 2019 10:00 PM until November 13, 2019

Longtime Southern California singer-songwriter Rick Shea got his early musical education in the bars and honky-tonks of San Bernardino. While you may have seen him backing up the likes of Dave Alvin and Wanda Jackson with his worn old Telecaster, or burning through a set of his own songs and a few honky-tonk standards, Shea's also built a solid career for himself as a solo artist, singer, guitarist and songwriter. With nine critically acclaimed albums, he’s performed all over Southern California, the West Coast, across the country and in Europe. Shea's songs reflect the folk, country, rock and Mexican influences he grew up with. "Songs tell our stories and our history and songs were how those stories were shared in the past, I'd like to continue that tradition."

Terry Klein is a songwriter’s songwriter. His debut record, Great Northern, was produced by Walt Wilkins. Great Northern appeared on multiple 2017 Ten-Best lists and was praised by Rodney Crowell and Mary Gauthier. Klein and Wilkins teamed up again for Tex, which is out now. Tex covers a lot of physical and emotional ground: from West Texas to Central Asia, from anger and depression to hope and near-exultation. Tex has been the subject of international critical acclaim and reached the Top-20 of US Folk DJ Chart and the Top-15 of the EuroAmericana chart. Terry draws inspiration from his musical heroes like John Prine and Bruce Springsteen, but also from literature, film, and painting. He is a repentant lawyer and he lives with his family in Austin, Texas.