Walt Wilkins and Terry Klein (Larry Kaplan opening)
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About the Event
A native of San Antonio and an Austinite for years, Wilkins is one of those artists who can only be fully understood through a grasp of his entire body of work, which is substantial. He emerges as a man of wisdom, a beacon for the rest of us, maybe even a healer.
To his credit, Wilkins has 9 solo records, 4 records with The Mighty Mystiqueros, 1 with his wife Tina, and there's a new live record with his friend Kevin Welch.
Three things you should know about Walt: (1) he lived in Nashville for 11 years (he got back to Texas as quick as he could), (2) he has been called the John Steinbeck of music, and (3) he produced both Terry Klein CDs, most recently, TEX
Terry Klein is a songwriter’s songwriter. His debut record, Great Northern, appeared on multiple 2017 Ten-Best lists and garnered praise from Rodney Crowell and Mary Gauthier. His sophmore release, 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.
Born in Boston, Larry now calls both London, England, and Essex, Connecticut home. He worked for many years on traditional vessels in Maine, sailed on and helped restore the Schooner, Bowdoin, and has released four CDs through Folk Legacy Records, “ Worth All The Telling,” “Songs For An August Moon,” “Furthermore,” and his newest, “True Enough.” No Depression, the Folk Roots Magazine has called Larry’s music “some of the most finely crafted songs in folk music today.” He is the recipient of multiple best folk CDs of the year by leading folk radio programs across the US and Europe, and tours regularly in Europe as well as across the US. A multi-instrumentalist and fine singer, Larry is very pleased to share his fine music with us.
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