We’ve been wanting to do a show with Dar Williams for years, but the stars weren’t correctly aligned. We’ve worked out the astronomical issues, so you can see her at the Narrows. If ya don’t know her yet, meet this singer/songwriter at www.darwilliams.com Chances are tickets will move quickly on this one, so if you want to go, we suggest you purchase some pronto.
One of the best kick-ass bands touring today. Some call it Southern Rock; we call it a load of high energy fun. If you missed ’em before, don’t miss this show. www.drunkstuntmen.com
We love these guys! They combine gospel, rock, blues and soul into a high energy melange that gets you smiling and moving. They’ve recorded with Van Morrison, Peter Gabriel and others. Here’s a profile on the Alligator Records’ website:http://www.alligator.com/index.cfm?section=artists&artistid=69.
This amazing multi-instrumentalist was Jackson Browne’s featured accompanist for years. He’s also worked with Ry Cooder, as well as Dylan, Rod Stewart, Warren Zevon and Linda Ronstadt. This will be an awesome show! www.davidlindley.com
Bloodshot CD Release Show. Britisher Graham Parker came out of the English pub band scene in the 1970s, filled with a scruffy R & B attitude that earned him an international following. These days he’s residing in New York State but is still making music that moves. We’ve hosted him several times at the Narrows and he’s become one of our favorites and a solid draw. Don’t wait to get your tickets for this one!
Jonathan Edwards came to fame with his toe-tappin’ anti-war anthem ‘Sunshine,’ which still gets played on the radio, decades later. He’s one of the funnest artists to see in concert, which is why we’ve had him at the Narrows several times. www.jonathanedwards.net
The Horse’s Mouth: John Toste (vocals/guitar/percussion); Jim Diotte (vocals/drums/ guitar/banjo/keyboards/ukelele/sound effects); Clem Brown (bass/occasional comments)’A trio hailing from this area, the Horse’s Mouth perform original rock music combining a love of traditional pop structures with the ability to improvise. They have recently recorded their first album. Jim Diotte also plays and records with the groups No. 1, I Love You and Between the Pine. Gary Farias: Gary is a world-class guitarist, banjo-player, and vocalist and has been in numerous local and national bands. Gary currently performs throughout the area as a solo act and with several local groups, including Next of Kin with his two sons. He is also an accomplished painter.
Based in San Francisco, this acoustic group plays in a variety of styles, bluegrass, newgrass, etc. These guys know how to play!!!! They’ve shared stages with the likes of Nickel Creek, Los Lobos and others, and have performed at Merlefest, Kerrville etc. This is their third visit to our hallowed halls, I think.
He’s been called ‘the future of the blues’ by one music reporter. A few years back he had a CD that topped Billboard magazine’s blues chart. Visit www.jeffpitchell.com