Texas Commission on the Arts
Texas Touring Roster for performances from September 1, 2020-August 31, 2022

2020-2022
Texas Touring Roster

Adler & Hearne

Adler & Hearne

From Texas’ upper east side, award-winning singer-songwriters Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne connect with audiences coast to coast. Their music is a signature blend of original folk, jazz, and blues with deep Texas roots. Their repertoire is playful, poignant, and poetic including sparky love ballads, historically based tributes, quirky story songs and anthems of justice and peace. Raised by musical families and nurtured by music ensembles through college, the husband-and-wife duo met in Nashville and now pay it forward together in performances from listening-room venues, festivals, and community events to churches, libraries, schools, and house concerts. Lynn co-wrote the theme song for the hit PBS children’s TV series Wishbone. Her diverse writing background brings added experience to the duo's workshops and presentations. Lindy sang in the famed Texas Boys Choir as a child, and for several years he and his band were Roy Clark’s backup group performing with Roy from Las Vegas to Hee Haw to Carnegie Hall. Adler & Hearne's songs share a common ground with the human experience of us all. The vibe of their live shows is a thoughtful balance: equal parts campfire song circle and concert hall polish, punctuated with humor and spirit. Photo by Francesco Silvestri.

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Lynn Adler
PO Box 979
Winnsboro, TX  75494

phone 214-952-6086
phone#2 817-600-1267
e-mail lynn.adler.songfarmer@gmail.com
public performance/concert $500 - $1,500
school performance $300 - $750
workshop fees $300 - $1,500 Optional service workshop/festival/camp/commissioned song
travel/per diem/lodging $0 - $200
website http://www.adlerandhearne.com/

 

American Dreamer

American Dreamer

American Dreamer is four gifted musicians who bring a heavy dose of strings to their unique blend of indie-folk. Each member, Courtney Castaneda, Dana Marie, Camille Schiess, and Sasha Klare-Ayvazian, contributes something distinctive to their rich and remarkable sound. The quartet’s music builds on relatable folk songs, transformed through bold string arrangements (violin, cello, bass) and resplendent three-part harmony. American Dreamer’s four members met while pursuing graduate degrees at the Butler School of Music at the University of Texas, Austin. They share a lifelong passion for crafting their art and using it to connect with urban and rural communities. American Dreamer strives to honor America’s deeply rooted folk tradition while exploring contemporary elements that roll the genre forward. American Dreamer is available for public performances, private engagements, school events, and workshops. The group can perform with or without vocals to accommodate different events and settings. American Dreamer offers workshops for classical string players on improvisation, soloing, and playing from chord charts. Reciprocally, the group assists songwriters in writing string arrangements for their music and communicating ideas to string players. Photo by Rachel Piotrzkowski.

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Sasha Klare-Ayvazian
800 W 38th St.
Austin, TX  78705

phone 413-320-7327
phone#2
e-mail americandreamermusic@gmail.com
public performance/concert $500 - $2,500
school performance $500 - $2,000
workshop fees $500 - $1,000
travel/per diem/lodging $0 - $300
website https://www.americandreamermusic.com/epk

 

Chris Beall

Chris Beall

The son of a motorcycle racer from a small town in west Texas, Chris Beall is a singer/songwriter/guitarist whose music has been featured on numerous Americana radio stations and music venues from TX to Nashville and back again. With influential nods to Tom Petty, Charlie Robison, Paul McCartney, and the storytelling style of Bruce Springsteen, Chris’s acoustic trio, duo, and/or solo configuration is perfect for any intimate venue. But these same songs morph into a driving roots-rock, full-band show that will have city dwellers rocking their country boots off while taking their hearts back to the country! Along with his solo career, he is a member of the well-established South Austin Moonlighters whose album, Travel Light, went to #1 on the Alternative Country Roots Radio Report in 2019. Chris’s imagery-filled musical stories 'fit back together' music and family, creativity and making a living, life and religion, and whiskey and church. Chris is the quintessential independent artist, he is the poster child for the new 'alternative music industry.' Sounds like: Charlie Robison, Radney Foster, Reckless Kelly. Available for 4-piece band, duo, and solo performances. Photo by Chris Beall.

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KT Gardner
4505 Bull Creek Rd.
Austin, TX  78731

phone 512-207-0825
phone#2 512-293-6705
e-mail ktrootstock@gmail.com
public performance/concert $600 - $5,000
school performance $600 - $2,000
workshop fees $600 - $3,000
travel/per diem/lodging $100 - $2,000
website http://www.chrisbeallmusic.com

 

Deep Blue Something

Deep Blue Something

It’s been a while since the worldwide success of the Home album and the singles Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Halo, and Josey, but Deep Blue Something reconvened in 2016 to record the Locust House EP. 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of Breakfast at Tiffany's. With over 250 million streams and downloads now, the band is celebrating with a world tour for the fans! It certainly doesn’t hurt that a whole new generation of fans has embraced the band due to their inclusion in popular films and TV series. In one six-month period during 2018, the band’s Spotify listeners went from 200,000 to over 1.5 million, and this total continues to grow. 2019 saw the band touring the UK and Europe for the first time since Breakfast at Tiffany’s shot to number one 20 years ago plus they confirmed a handful of warm-up US dates. With those shows being a huge success, the band is ready to celebrate 25 years of Breakfast at Tiffany's in 2020 with a world tour. The wait is over, Deep Blue Something is back with a live show that is being talked about as the best the band's ever played! Photo by Deep Blue Something.

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J.R. Denson
3209 West End Ave
Nashville, TN  37203

phone 214-587-8193
phone#2
e-mail jr@spacecolonelmgmt.com
public performance/concert $5,000 - $15,000
school performance $7,500 - $20,000
workshop fees $10,000 - $25,000
travel/per diem/lodging $500 - $1,000
website http://www.deepbluesomething.com

 

George Ensle

George Ensle

A member of Houston's 1960s folk music scene, George has been performing for over 50 years. His focus is always on uplifting the listener, and he tailors each concert to connect with audiences of all ages, using his extensive repertoire and showmanship to deliver a concert filled with poignancy and a healthy dose of wit and wisdom. At festivals, nursing homes, schools, libraries, churches, theaters, concert halls, listening rooms, and house concerts, his shows include original story songs mixed with country, gospel, and folk standards. His performances range from solo to duo, trio, or full band, and he offers songwriting workshops for songwriters at all levels. George has served as Texas artist in residence, won numerous songwriting awards, been nominated Songwriter of the Year by the Texas Music Academy, released 15 albums, and been inducted into the Houston Folk Music Archives at Rice University. His original song, Build A Bridge was adopted by the Build a Bridge Foundation for Healing through the Arts. George is a strong believer in the healing power of music, and whether playing a festival or an intimate concert for one in hospice, his mission is always to deliver the message of hope. Photo by Ira Hantz.

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George  Ensle
PO Box 732
San Marcos, TX  78667

phone 512-560-6157
phone#2
e-mail george@georgeensle.com
public performance/concert $500 - $2,500
school performance $400 - $1,500
workshop fees $400 - $800
travel/per diem/lodging $100 - $700
website http://www.GeorgeEnsle.com

 

State Artist Emily Gimble

State Artist Emily Gimble

Emily Gimble has been singing and playing on-stage since she was seven years old. Piano beckoned Emily early on—the Austin Music Awards named her “Best Keyboards” of the city four times (2013, 2014, 2018, & 2019)—as did her voice, full of natural range and feeling. “A Case of the Gimbles,” the 2005 album she recorded with her father and grandfather, showcased her vocals and launched Emily on a national family tour. With the Marshall Ford Band, Emily focused on western swing, and with Warren Hood and the Goods, she explored jazz, country, folk and pop. In 2014, Emily joined Asleep at the Wheel. With them, she played “Austin City Limits” twice and recorded a duet with one of her idols, Merle Haggard. In 2017 she released “Certain Kinda,” her debut solo album. She continues to tour on her own; with her family band, the Gimbles; and with artists like Amy Helm, Floyd Domino, and Hayes Carll. Photo by Ashleigh Amoroso.

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Emily Gimble

Austin, TX 

phone
phone#2
e-mail mlegimble@gmail.com
public performance/concert $1,500 - $7,000
school performance $500 - $1,200
workshop fees $700 - $1,200
website http://www.emilygimble.com/

 

Terri Hendrix W/Lloyd Maines

Terri Hendrix W/Lloyd Maines

Recognized by Acoustic Guitar magazine as one of Texas’s 20 essential contemporary songwriters, San Antonio native Terri Hendrix has independently released eighteen albums; co-wrote a GRAMMY Award-winning instrumental for the Dixie Chicks; and garnered a star on the South Texas Walk of Fame, Art of Peace Award by St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Distinguished Alumni Award at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, and an induction into the Women’s Hall of Fame in San Marcos. On vocals, harmonica, and guitar, she tours with legendary pedal steel, guitar, and dobro player Lloyd Maines. As a GRAMMY Award-winning producer and musician, the Lubbock-born Maines has been featured at the Bob Bullock Museum and inducted into both the Buddy Holly and Austin City Limits Hall of Fame. Together, and as a trio or band, they have played every major venue and festival in the country. They even represented Texas at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival at the Washington Mall. They have taught songwriting and music business workshops at the Kerrville Folk Festival, Texas Tech in Lubbock, and Boston's Berklee School of Music, among others. They also offer a music therapy program for people with disabilities, and tour behind their award-winning children's album, doing concerts at libraries and schools. Photo by Dave Hensley.

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Terri Hendrix
415 N Guadalupe Street
San Marcos, TX  78666

phone 512-426-7288
phone#2
e-mail office@terrihendrix.com
public performance/concert $1,750 - $4,000
school performance $750 - $3,500
workshop fees $1,500 - $3,500
travel/per diem/lodging $250 - $750
website https://www.terrihendrix.com

 

State Artist Sara Hickman

State Artist Sara Hickman

Texas State Musician Sara Hickman is a singer/songwriter who has performed at house concerts, hospitals, prisons, theaters, children’s events, conferences, festivals and all the way to Carnegie Hall and the Tonight Show. Her concerts are uplifting, connective and full of joy whether with 50 people or 5000. She has released 14 albums for adults and 3 for children, winning multiple awards for her music and humanitarian efforts in the U.S. and abroad. She performs solo, duo or with band and has taught songwriting, creativity and music industry workshops at the Kerrville Folk Festival, Boys & Girls Club, Swannanoa Gathering, Sisters Folk Festival and for corporate and private events. She has performed, recorded or toured with Willie Nelson, John Prine, Shawn Colvin, Terri Hendrix, Dan Fogelberg, Jimmy LaFave, Robert Earl Keen, Eliza Gilkyson, Asleep at the Wheel, Nanci Griffith, Billy Bragg, Richie Havens and many others.

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Sara Hickman

Austin, TX 

phone 512-203-2580
phone#2
e-mail booksara@sarahickman.com
public performance/concert $1500 - $10,000
school performance $850 - $2,000
workshop fees $850 - $6,500
travel/per diem/lodging $100 - $250
website http://www.sarahickman.com

 

The Juicebox Jukebox

The Juicebox Jukebox

The Juicebox Jukebox was created by Dallas-based singer/songwriter and father-of-three Bradley James Skistimas. Their mission is to enrich children’s lives through fun, positive, and educational music and videos that parents and teachers can enjoy, too. They focus their songs on core subjects and character-building themes with a fresh perspective for students primarily in pre-K through 2nd grade. In 2019, the Juicebox Jukebox launched the Kindness Tour, a live concert experience for schools, libraries, and festivals featuring a unique blend of live music performance and video production from their growing catalog of songs. This fun and engaging program features live versions of Juicebox favorites like 'The ABCs of You,' 'Kindness,' and 'Thankful,' and is all about encouraging a community of kindness. Videos by the Juicebox Jukebox have currently collected over 200,000 views on YouTube and are growing daily. Several of them are the result of direct collaborations with Texas Independent School Districts and were safely filmed right inside elementary schools with principal, teacher, parent, and student participation. These have been some of the Juicebox Jukebox's favorite and most popular projects and they plan on more school collaborations in 2020. Photo by Kelly Skistimas.

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Kelly Skistimas
205 Goodnight Lane
Waxahachie, TX  75165

phone 214-457-3677
phone#2 214-476-3334
e-mail kelly@sevenplacesmusic.net
public performance/concert $500 - $2,000
school performance $500 - $2,000
travel/per diem/lodging $100 - $500
website http://thejuiceboxjukebox.com

 

The Limeliters

The Limeliters

When music fans remember ‘60s folk music, they remember the iconic songs of the Limeliters. After six decades and 25+ albums – including three top 10 – the trio still brings American folk classics into the modern age, with high energy, thrilling three-part harmonies, and zany humor. Since 2018, the band has been based in Texas. Award-winning singer-songwriters Andy Corwin, Steve Brooks, and Daniel Boling carry on the signature vocal sound of founders Lou Gottlieb, Alex Hassilev, and Glenn Yarbrough. Their concert programs transport baby boomers of all ages into a musical time machine, as they mix historical songs like 'There’s a Meetin’ Here Tonight,' 'John Henry' and 'Wabash Cannonball' with ‘60s standards like 'If I Had a Hammer' and 'Those Were the Days.' They include 'Take My True Love by the Hand,' which racked up more than 1 million YouTube views after appearing in the TV hit 'Breaking Bad.' Today’s Limes tour coast-to-coast, and increasingly around Texas, including halls like the Brauntex and the Point Theatre and four appearances at the Kerrville Folk Festival. As Time Magazine puts it, 'If the Kingston Trio are the undergraduates of big-time folk singing, the Limeliters are the faculty.' Photo by Love Imagery.

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Andy Corwin
11004 Watchful Fox Drive
Austin, TX  78748

phone 512-364-9127
phone#2 512-200-5619
e-mail corwin.andy@gmail.com
public performance/concert $1,500 - $6,500
school performance $500 - $2,000
travel/per diem/lodging $450 - $600
website https://www.limeliters.com

 

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston

Singer-songwriter Bob Livingston is a folk-rock raconteur who tours nationally and internationally. He is a founding member of Austin’s legendary Lost Gonzo Band that toured and recorded with many of Texas’s most iconic musicians, including Jerry Jeff Walker and Michael Martin Murphey. Known as a consummate storyteller, Livingston takes his audiences on wild and colorful rides down the rutted roads of his extensive musical history. His recordings have received wide acclaim, including Album of the Year at the Texas Music Awards for his solo record, Gypsy Alibi. Livingston also leads a multicultural group called Cowboys & Indians (Where East Meets West) that features performers from Texas and India. As a cultural ambassador for the US State Department, Livingston toured over 30 countries. In India, he played with local musicians mixing rhythms, instrumentation, and insights from both east and west. Inspired by these experiences, he wrote original material and produced the Cowboys & Indians show. Livingston conducts workshops, lectures, and seminars on songwriting, touring, and music history. Livingston was inducted into the Texas Music Legends Hall of Fame in 2016 and the West Texas Walk of Fame in 2018. Photo by Valerie Fremin.

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Bob Livingston
10712 Watchful Fox Dr
Austin, TX  78748

phone 512-554-9416
phone#2
e-mail Bob@TexasMusic.org
public performance/concert $750 - $5,500
school performance $500 - $3,500
workshop fees $400 - $1,000
travel/per diem/lodging $150 - $950
website https://www.BobLivingstonMusic.com

 

Joe McDermott   Bouncing Ball Music, LLC

Joe McDermott Bouncing Ball Music, LLC

Referred to as 'a Texas treasure' by the Texas Library Association, Joe McDermott released his first album of children's music in 1988. A former Montessori teacher, Joe has dedicated the last 32 years to honing the art and craft of entertaining children. His songwriting has garnered numerous Parent’s Choice Awards and nominations, in addition to NAPPA and International Song Writing Contest awards. In 2006, he took first place in the Children’s Music category for the John Lennon Song Writing Contest. He was invited to team up with Stan and Jan Berenstain to convert eleven of their original storybooks to music. Impressed by Joe’s musical talent, Stan Berenstain quipped that Joe was an 'absolute wizard at communicating to children with music.' Known for his lively school concerts, Joe also creates and produces recording workshops and school-specific music video workshops for elementary school students. With the aid of Hollywood special effects programs, children can ride in rockets, airplanes, and ocean liners and visit other countries or planets! If a classical touch is desired, Joe has thirteen compositions scored for partial or full symphony orchestra. For bigger organizations such as towns and cities, Joe presents a Family Holiday Sing-Along. Photo by Joe McDermott.

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Joe McDermott
3413 Gable Drive
Austin, TX  78759

phone 512-689-5361
phone#2
e-mail joemcdermott@sbcglobal.net
public performance/concert $350 - $2,500
school performance $450 - $2,500
workshop fees $600 - $3,000
travel/per diem/lodging $100 - $857
website http://www.joemcdermottmusic.com

 

Montopolis Productions

Montopolis Productions

Montopolis produces multimedia concerts themed around the natural wonders of Texas. Their critically acclaimed music incorporates rock, country, and modern classical. Each performance is accompanied by stunning video and a narrator who tells stories drawn from Texas history and legend. 'The Legend of Big Bend' concert features a cowboy narrator reciting tales of old west heroics and cowboy poetry. The visual element features the work of landscape photographer Christopher Zebo. Instrumentation: pedal steel guitar, piano, string trio, trombone, and drums. 'The Living Coast' concert is narrated by scientists Wendy Gordon and Megan O'Connell and features film of the Texas coast by director Anlo Sepulveda and drone pilot Reagan Jobe. Instrumentation: piano, guitar, horn section, string section, drums. 'Music for Enchanted Rock' is a modern classical suite for string trio, pedal steel guitar, and piano. Chickasaw performer Amy Bluemel tells stories of Enchanted Rock and regional indigenous tribes. Features landscape photography of Enchanted Rock by Rip Shaub. Montopolis also tours live scores to silent films such as 'Man with a Movie Camera' and 'The Return of Draw Egan,' a comedic western. The Montopolis musicians include members of the Austin Symphony, Okkervil River, Tosca String Quartet, and the Polyphonic Spree. Photo by Sunday Ballew.

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Justin Sherburn
6805 Santos Street
Austin, TX  78741

phone 512-964-7979
phone#2
e-mail jsherburn1@gmail.com
public performance/concert $1,500 - $7,000
school performance $500 - $2,500
workshop fees $500 - $1,500
travel/per diem/lodging $500 - $2,000
website https://montopolismusic.com

 

The Mrs

The Mrs

With unabashedly empowering lyrics, The Mrs' optimism is also their secret weapon. Bored by cynicism, this band cuts in a new direction: this is music for belting out, music for feeling, and music for anyone with a weakness for ear candy. Lyrically, the music of The Mrs focuses on human connection, crafted with impeccable alt-pop and pop-rock sensibilities that vacillate between warm, down-tempo melodies and infectious, anthemic dance jams. They launched their now-famed Magic Mirror video for their first single, I’m Enough, in 2014. In the first week the video earned over a million views; today, it has 5.5 million, earning them spots on Good Morning America, in People Magazine, and more. The Mrs aims to expand the idea of a love song, to write music about everyday loving threaded through all kinds of relationships, not just the guy who broke your heart. In addition, there’s a humanitarian angle to everything about this band, who works hand-in-hand with the Kindness Campaign, an Austin-based nonprofit that creates anti-bullying and emotional intelligence curriculum for children, largely in at-risk school districts. Photo by Mark Maryanovich.

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Toi Johnson
1807 Pearl St
Austin, TX  78701

phone 845-416-5866
phone#2 512-423-5113
e-mail info@themrs.com
public performance/concert $3,500 - $10,000
school performance $500 - $5,000
workshop fees $3,500 - $10,000
travel/per diem/lodging $5,000 - $10,000
website https://www.themrs.com

 

SaulPaul

SaulPaul

GRAMMY Award-nominated artist SaulPaul has garnered an international reputation as a musician with a message. Part rapper/part singer-songwriter, SaulPaul is an entertaining artist who blends his voice, his guitar, and his loop pedal to create a live show that is nothing less than an experience. SaulPaul shares his art with his heart and has been inspiring audiences through his music. From performing at two TEDx Talks, five Super Bowls, America's Got Talent, SXSW, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Austin City Limits, SaulPaul has performed nationally and internationally in theaters, concert venues and festivals across the country. Armed with two chart-topping #1 songs on Sirius XM along with an extensive catalog of music, he offers a blend of music for audiences of all ages and fit for performance venues and interactive experiences. SaulPaul is available for live performances, workshops, and masterclasses, as well as commissions. His tour offerings are extensive and adaptable to different environments. New to his repertoire, he is also making the new musical, SaulPaul's Alien Adventure, coupled with a complete score, as well as live interactive music experiences and music-themed activities for the whole family. Photo by Jeremy Jones.

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Bianca Neal
8225 Cross Park Drive #143595
Austin, TX  78714

phone 512-229-8681
phone#2 512-300-4376
e-mail booking@saulpaul.com
public performance/concert $2,500 - $50,000
school performance $750 - $15,000
workshop fees $1,200 - $6,500
travel/per diem/lodging $150 - $2,000
website http://www.saulpaul.com

 

The South Austin Moonlighters

The South Austin Moonlighters

If you’ve seen more than a handful of shows in Texas, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve already seen most, if not all, of the musicians who make up the South Austin Moonlighters. These guys have earned their place among the elite of Austin’s burgeoning music scene and have played key roles in bands like Fastball, Monte Montgomery, the Whiskey Sisters, Stonehoney, and Jimmy LaFave, to name just a few on a long, long list. They are national Americana recording artists, coming in at #61 on the Americana charts and #1 on the Alternative Country Radio Report in 2019. Precise vocal harmonies are an important part of the Moonlighters' signature sound, alongside what Matt Blackett of Guitar Player Magazine called 'gritty blues, ...funk, R&B, pop, rock,' and Andrew Conroy of Austin’s KUTX described as 'a band that blends blues, Americana, soul, rock, and country, who can flip the switch from slow melodic country to gravelly rocking blues without a hitch.' The South Austin Moonlighters are regulars in most of the finer honky-tonks, listening rooms, and venues throughout Texas and beyond. Photo by Barbara FG.

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KT Gardner
4504 Bull Creek Rd.
Austin, TX  78731

phone 512-207-0825
phone#2 512-293-6705
e-mail ktrootstock@gmail.com
public performance/concert $600 - $5,000
school performance $750 - $2,000
workshop fees $750 - $3,500
travel/per diem/lodging $300 - $2,000
website https://www.thesouthaustinmoonlighters.com

 

The Texicana Mamas

The Texicana Mamas

A collaborative effort between three of the state’s most celebrated Latina musicians-- Tish Hinojosa, Patricia Vonne, and Stephanie Urbina Jones-- the newly-minted trio has already created a buzz that complements the kudos their individual careers have collected. Separately, their musical influences include folk, conjunto, Americana, flamenco, country, Tex-Mex rock ‘n’ roll, the Texas singer-songwriter tradition, the mariachi, corrido and norteño traditions of the border, and Lone Star country-rock. Together, melding these inspirations with their own distinct sounds and personalities, the Texicana Mamas are creating something new, fresh, and vibrant. This group isn’t just a band, they are music ambassadors sharing the traditions of their culturally rich heritage through music and storytelling. Photo by Patricia Rodriguez.

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Stephanie Urbina Jones
PO Box 42652
Austin, TX  78704

phone 210-378-5897
phone#2 512-461-6641
e-mail sujmusic@gmail.com
public performance/concert $5,000 - $10,000
school performance $1,000 - $5,000
workshop fees $1,000 - $7,000
travel/per diem/lodging $600 - $2,000
website https://www.thetexicanamamas.com/

 

Patricia Vonne

Patricia Vonne

Hailed as a 'Renaissance woman of Austin, Texas' by the New York Times, Patricia Vonne has claimed many titles in her illustrious career: singer, songwriter, actress, activist, and award-winning filmmaker. The three-time Austin Music Award winner is back with her seventh album, Top of the Mountain. Vonne continues her trailblazing ride along the borderland where Castillian & Mexican infusions of flamenco and fiery gypsy guitar meets all- American rock 'n' roll. Vonne has toured internationally including the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland & World Expo in Japan. She has shared the stage with Chris Isaak, Los Lobos, Raul Malo & collaborated with Texas musical heavyweights such as Charlie Sexton, Alejandro Escovedo, Joe Ely, Rosie Flores, Doyle Bramhall & Flaco Jimenez. Vonne toured as a member of Tito and Tarantula, the band featured in the Tarantino/Rodriguez film From Dusk Till Dawn. Vonne has appeared on the big screen in Spykids, Desperado, Machete and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, in which she reprised her role as Dallas/Zorro Girl; Her song, Traeme Paz, was featured in the film Once Upon a Time in Mexico. 'Imagine a young Chrissie Hynde fronting the Mavericks with a little help from Calexico.' -WORD. Photo by Mark Guerra.

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Patricia Rodriguez
PO Box 42652
Austin, TX  78704

phone 512-461-6641
phone#2
e-mail info@patriciavonne.com
public performance/concert $2,000 - $10,000
school performance $500 - $2,000
workshop fees $500 - $2,000
travel/per diem/lodging $400 - $2,000
website https://www.patriciavonne.com

 


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