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Sat, Nov 12


Lamar Senior Activity Center

Pierce Pettis (Natalie Price opening)

Pierce Pettis, legendary Alabama singer/songwriter returns to Austin Acoustical Cafe. Donations: $20 in advance/ $25 day of the show (includes taxes and fees)

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Pierce Pettis (Natalie Price opening)
Pierce Pettis (Natalie Price opening)

Time & Location

Nov 12, 2022, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Lamar Senior Activity Center, 2874 Shoal Crest Ave, Austin, TX 78705, USA

About the Event

Pierce Pettis began his long career as a writer/artist at the legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Alabama and later as a staff songwriter for Polygram/Universal Music in Nashville. His songs have been covered by artists ranging from Garth Brooks and Dion to Joan Baez and Art Garfunkel.  Pettis’ fifth album for Compass Records (Nashville), “That Kind of Love” (2009), received rave reviews from XM/Sirius Satellite Radio, Paste Magazine, Performing Songwriter, American Songwriter, The (London, UK) Sunday Express, Image Quarterly . . . to name a few.  More recently, “New Agrarians” —a co-effort with Kate Campbell and Tom Kimmel was released in November of 2014.  “Father’s Son,” Pettis’ new solo project for Compass Records Group will be released in 2018.

Adored by both critics and public alike, Pierce is a master guitarist and one of this generation’s most masterful songwriters. See Pierce performing at Heartwood Soundstage here 

Natalie Price:

Intoxicatingly authentic and wholly original – you’ll never forget the first time you stepped into Natalie Price’s world.

Described by Trey Gutierrez (Texas Music Magazine) as “one of  Austin's most dynamic new singer-songwriters,” this artist’s ethereal,  one-of-a-kind sound refuses to fall neatly into one category. Just as  comfortable dabbling in Americana or folk as she is indie-pop, Natalie  Price’s music is perhaps best encapsulated by its deep-seated humanity.  ``Each of her songs takes you on this journey,” says No​ë​lle Hampton,  Price’s backup vocalist and singer/guitarist for Austin rock outfit, The  Belle Sounds, “they capture not one emotion, but many -- [reflecting]  what the listener needs to feel.”

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