Leo Rondeau / Ruby Jane

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Leo Rondeau / Ruby Jane

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We dig you. We have for a long time now. We want to write your name below ours on the back of our hand, and then write: together4ever. So, will you come to this show with us? Please say 'yes'. It's going to be a really good one. Originally from the Turtle Mountains in North Dakota, Leo Rondeau now calls Austin, TX his home. Rondeau’s songs reveal interesting characters in both mundane as well as extraordinary circumstances. This, coupled with his catchy melodies, earned him a Songwriter of the Year nomination from the Academy of Texas Music for his record, “Down at the End of the Bar.” His latest album, “Take it and Break it,” released March 2013, has him branching off of his traditional country roots and embarking on a fresh sonic journey. Ruby Jane is a fiddle prodigy turned singer/songwriter. When Ruby Jane was 9, she became the youngest person to ever be invited to play the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. At the age of 11, she won the Mississippi State Fiddle Championship and went on to win numerous contests all over the South. She moved to Austin, TX in Sept. 2007 and since then she has opened for/toured with Willie Nelson, Blues Traveler, ZZ Top, Sheryl Crow, Drake Bell, Lyle Lovett, Local Natives, Big and Rich, and many more, as well as playing Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits Music Festival with her own band.

By: The ABGB