Saturday night. Austin, Texas. The Moonpies on stage. It just feels so right. You're coming, right? Then come ready to have a real good time and to wake up on Sunday glad that you did. For the past several years, Mike and the Moonpies have been making a name for themselves as Austin Texas' premier honky tonk band. With the growing regional popularity of their 2012 release "The Hard Way," radio single of the same name, and a non-stop regional touring schedule, they have recently taken the entire Texas music scene by storm. The Moonpies have delivered some of the most memorable performances in recent years in venues like Gruene Hall and Luckenbach TX, and have gained a cult like following in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee and throughout the midwest. Emilie Clepper has traveled in multiple worlds of time and place throughout her life and creates music that provides a deep, universal connection. Her roots in music are sunk deep into the folk and roots tradition she heard almost every day growing up listening to her father, Texas singer songwriter Russell Clepper. Yet she has created her own style within that genre, and traveled her own roads to earn the accolades she has garnered. From the streets of Quebec City to the desert highways of the Southwest to the underground, gritty music scene in Austin's back alley dives, Emilie Clepper has searched for her own, authentic self, has found it, and is taking it back out on the road.