Patrick Boothe & Toshio Mana

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Patrick Boothe: The Music and toshio mana take turns onstage at The Badlands. Join us for a night of guitars, keyboards, voices and souls.

Patrick Boothe
"Bridging the gap between piano-driven songwriters like Rufus Wainwright and the darker music of Trent Reznor, queer Dallas singer and pianist Patrick Boothe finds a niche in the valley of passion and intellect.
A songwriter focused on the big picture, Boothe writes politically charged lyrics from a personal perspective. From touching love songs to anger-fueled screeds, Boothe’s songs burn from within, revealing the sometimes troubled and engaging person behind them. "
— Dallas Voice

toshio alan mana
"Irreverent. Melancholy. From the gleefully tongue-in-cheek sarcastic snarkiness of 'So Glad...' to the somber, painful-truth seeking of 'Better This Way?' Reveling in and celebrating the slightly darker side of the mind: being in that grey, between the lines of who's right and who's wrong. Sometimes fully into the role of the self-admitted bad guy - the one warning you that, despite the pleasant and tender appearances, he'll leave you hurt. Oh, sometimes (or rather often) the wistful dreamer - the one who falls in love with a smile and a photograph. But all too often courting pain and disaster - enjoying life's line of fancy hors d'oeuvres and finger foods along the way."

Got a kinky streak? The Austin Gears will host their monthly Gear Night afterwards starting at 10pm.
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By: The Badlands