Folk Night Etcetera: Steve Ulrich, Deerman, Mark Ambrose, And Jazz Crab

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Come and visit with Steve Ulrich while he's in Austin! Plus enjoy a fine eclectic line up of bands and get to know one of your new favorite bars! Free Admittance! Free Pool! Free parking in fenced lot across the street from bar! Craft cocktails! Delicious Pizza! Beautiful artwork! Great back patio!

7pm Steve Ulrich and friends In the 70´s and 80´s Steve was a mainstay in the Austin Folk scene and was considered a "best bet" by the local press and club goers alike. In 1986 he took time off to "grow up with [his] kids" and left the active music life for the next fifteen years. Steve resurfaced in 2000 and teamed up with producer Brian Beattie to record his debut album, "Guy Down the Street", an eclectic blend of gospel, country, pop, rock and blues. There have been three more albums. The latest, "Break on Through", displays a touch for nuance and sensitivity in lyric and a zest for the primitive enjoyment of skiffle music. Steve lives in Guatemala where he opened a non-profit music school

Deerman is a musical collective led by Tony Velasco. The music invokes the spirit of Italian Carnival in the town of Castlenouvo. The story involves four characters celebrating a Rite of Spring death and rebirth cycle, and the sounds seek resonant global harmonics to promote peaceful elevation.

Mark Ambrose will be playing a set later in the evening. An American singer-songwriter, he has been turning out songs faithful to the Texas folk/roots tradition yet still sounding like a much needed revival for our modern times. His particular charm, laidback and charismatic, is deceptively simple but also satisfyingly profound as the very best of folk music should be.

10:30pm Jazz Crab is a crustaceous death folk band from South Austin. Check them out at or on Facebook.
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