In the late ‘60s, singer-songwriter Chris Gantry found himself in Nashville penning songs for the likes of Kris Kristofferson and Glen Campbell. By 1973, he was hanging out with Johnny Cash, who offered up his home studio when Gantry decided to cut a record of his own. A trip to Mexico (and a little peyote) inspired some of the most surreal, psychedelic music to make its way out of Tennessee at the time—so strange that no label dared to release it. Last year, Gantry's tapes found their way to local label Drag City, which finally pressed the tracks to wax and put At the House of Cash out into the world. Local folk singer Jon Langford serves as the supporting act at this special performance.
Chris Gantry + Jon Langford
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