Sat, Sep 14|
Lamar Senior Activity Center
Bob Livingston (Colin Gilmore and Nicolette Good opening)
Bob Livingston is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, bass player, and a founding member of The Lost Gonzo Band. Livingston was a key figure in the Cosmic Cowboy, progressive country and outlaw country in 1970's Austin Tickets: $17 in advance/ $22 day of the show (includes taxes and fees)
Time & Location
Sep 14, 2019, 7:00 PM
Lamar Senior Activity Center, 2874 Shoal Crest Ave, Austin, TX 78705, USA
About the Event
Singer-songwriter BOB LIVINGSTON has never been a traditional Texas country musician living the honky-tonk life even though he's spent more than his share of time on the roadhouse circuit with some of the most colorful and rode-hard musicians in Texas. As a member of Austin’s legendary Lost Gonzo Band, Livingston toured and recorded with such musical visionaries as Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Martin Murphey, Ray Wylie Hubbard and many others during the "progressive country music scare" of the 70's, 80's and 90's. Not one to rest on the past, Livingston has been touring constantly ever since,
playing a key role in creating the music that earned Austin the designation of “Live Music Capital of the World.” This helps explain why Livingston was inducted in to “Texas Music Legends Hall of Fame” in 2016 and the "West Texas Walk of Fame" in 2018.
COLIN GILMORE - NICOLETTE GOOD
Gilmore, a Lubbock native, spent many nights as a child in nightclubs such as Stubbs, where he witnessed songwriters like Joe Ely, Terry Allen and his own father, Jimmie Dale Gilmore. He developed a taste for Buddy Holly, Townes Van Zandt and bands such as The Clash and The Pogues.
Gilmore has been writing, performing and touring for more than a decade. His latest release, The Wild and Hollow, recorded in Austin and Chicago, showcases rich arrangements and instrumentation while still leaning on his roots rock and singer/songwriter foundation.
Nicolette Good is a San Antonio-based singer/songwriter and winner of the 2012 Grassy Hill Kerrville New Folk competition. Her 2012 album, Monarch, includes tracks like "Marathon," which earned her a spot on the docu-reality TV show Troubadour, TX in 2011. The album, named a top 12 album of 2012 by the San Antonio Current, leans heavily on rich lyrics, ethereal vocal melodies and truthful characters.
Advanced tickets $17; $22 the day of the show (includes taxes & fees)