Amy Kucharik Feature With Hopson And The Heretics

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Amy Kucharik says
The picture is blurry because we had such a good time the last time Amy featured at Tavern on Main. Come relive the good times and create new memories with your favorite Texas Americana music, good friends, and good libations.

About Amy Kucharik (/kuh-CHAR-ick/)
Drawing from blues and Dixieland traditions and with a street-smart stagecraft honed in the subways of Boston, Amy’s "modern vintage" grooves have earned her comparisons to Lake Street Dive, Maria Muldaur and the Asylum Street Spankers. The 2015 Kerrville New Folk winning songwriter explores the full range of her ukulele, both exploiting and defying its reputation as a novelty instrument. Amy performs with her Boston-based ensemble Friends With Benefits (upright bass, backing vocals, and horns) while her Vaudevillian charm and infectious, danceable swing transport her audience to a place both timeless and familiar. Her catchy, sexy, sometimes haunting lyrics recount tales of reluctant love, heartbreak, revenge, and grit. Texas Outside said Amy “…stole the show with the light, upbeat sounds of her instrument and voice against the dark humor of her lyrics.” Amy has been touring for the last couple of years, sharing stages with the likes of Rod Picott, Danielle Ate the Sandwich, and 2014 Boston Music Awards Folk Artist of the Year Dan Blakeslee.

JEFF HOPSON AND THE HERETICS are the house band for the Tuesday night residency at the Tavern On Main, providing fun Texas country music. Pointless Endeavor said that Hopson's 2014 release, "Heretic," "...talked me off the ledge and restored my faith in an entire genre of music."
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By: Amy Kucharik

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