Lonesome Heroes & Ruby Boots (Australia) In Dallas At Adair's Saloon

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The Lonesome Heroes says
After crossing paths at 2015’s inaugural Dashville Skyline festival in Australia, Aussie singer/songwriter Ruby Boots will be teaming up once more with Austin’s Cosmic American quartet The Lonesome Heroes for the Texas leg of her American tour.

Saturday, April 9th.
Adair's Saloon
Ruby Boots & The Lonesome Heroes
7:45 - 10:30
**FREE SHOW**

Ruby Boots:
Ruby Boots’ music will stop you in your tracks. The rising Australian star possesses a soulful voice that crackles with swagger and sorrow. Her fiercely honest lyrics strike deep into your heart while her music delivers an alluring mix or country, rock, folk and blues. Ruby Boots’ first full-length Solitude, which gets its American release on March 25th, has been hailed as “a landmark Australian release” and a “world class debut,” while scoring her a Song of The Year award for “Wrap Me In A Fever.”

Since starting her music career in 2010, Ruby has become red-hot in her homeland. She has won Best Country Music Act honors at the Western Australia Music Awards five straight years, performed at major festivals like Big Day Out and opened for such marquee Americana acts as Kris Kristofferson, Father John Misty, Justin Townes Earle and Shovels & Rope.

Lonesome Heroes:
The Lonesome Heroes might as well print “Cosmic American” on their passports. The Austin, TX based group may hail from the “Live Music Capital of the World,” but their sound suggests they originate from a parallel universe where the works of Gram Parsons, Beck, and Wilco propagate. Austin's KUTX describes them as “the soundscape that occurs when indie rock and country artfully cross paths.”

Released in January, Can’t Stand Still was declared “one of Austin's best discs of 2015” by the Austin Chronicle. Their single “Steel” was selected as a Top Tune Download of the Day by KCRW in Los Angeles and the band received radio play and praise in the press across the US, Europe, and Australia.
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