9th Annual Gram Parsons Birthday Hoot

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9th Annual Gram Parsons Birthday Hoot

Advance Tickets available here: <https://threadgills.frontgatetickets.com/event/eu67cb7ei7i4ta6h>

Now that the Bloody Super Moon has come and gone, it’s time for the 9th Annual Gram Parsons Birthday Hoot. On November 8th at Threadgill’s World Headquarters in Austin, Texas, an impressive collection of performers will gather from 7 to 10:30PM to celebrate the music of Gram Parsons, benefitting the Americana Music Association. The suggested donation is $10.

Host Patterson Barrett will lead the house band, as invited guest artists perform their favorite Gram Parson’s songs in this annual musical homage to the man whose influence on the artists and music of the current Americana movement is still felt today. This is not only a night for Parson’s fans to remember, but an opportunity for those not familiar with his music to hear and enjoy it for the first time. This year’s event will again benefit the Americana Music Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the genre of music that Parsons helped define.

As anyone who has attended previous shows will attest, this evening promises to be a wonderful time for all, filled with great music and memorable performances.
Join the league of Parsons fans to celebrate his legacy of cosmic American music and help support this great organization.

Scheduled to appear:

Gurf Morlix
Earl P. Ball
Christine Albert & Chris Gage
Brian Keane & Rachel Loy
Bob Livingston
Elana James
Phil Hurley
Noel McKay & Brennen Leigh
Mike Stinson
Michael Hearne
Brian Pounds
Jimmy Davis
Mark Hallman
Charlie Faye
HalleyAnna Finley
Charlie Murphy
Jenifer Jackson
Kullen Fox
Lorrie Singer
Brad Kopp
Craig Marshall
Dana McBride
Jeff Tveraas
Leeann Atherton
Karen Abrahams
Renée Wahl
Daniel Simons

And house band:
Patterson Barrett
Cam King
Rob Bollinger
Chojo Jacques
John Hahn
Steve Carter
Marty Muse
Jonathan “Doc” Simons
Mike Rieman

Gram Parsons, born in 1946 as Cecil Ingram Connor III, was a pioneer in the marriage between rock and country music. A singer, songwriter and guitarist, Parsons sold few records in his career, but was a monumental influence on fellow rock and country musicians, including the Rolling Stones and the Byrds. With the Byrds' Chris Hillman, Parsons formed the Flying Burrito Brothers, which is often regarded as the first country rock band. Parsons dubbed his musical style "Cosmic American Music," a term which never gained popularity in mainstream terminology, but one he felt best described his music. In 1973, at the age of 26, Parsons died near his favorite vacation spot, Joshua Tree National Monument.
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