UPCOMING SHOWS

Bill Kirchen's Honky Tonk Holiday Show

November 23, 2019

$30 / $25

LIVE AT NATALIE'S - Worthington

Forget the “Nutcracker” and “Handel’s Messiah.” For a real taste of seasonal cheer, nothing says joy to the world like Bill Kirchen singing “Daddy’s Drinkin’ Up Our Christmas.” Bill Kirchen and the Hounds of the Bakersfield make a stop on their annual Honky Tonk Holiday Tour at Natalie’s with a sleigh-full of rarely heard holiday numbers from the blues, rock ‘n’ roll and honky tonk bags.

Guitar Player Magazine dubbed Bill Kirchen the “Titan of the Telecaster.” Rolling Stone said he’s “an American treasure” and “one of our best.” No matter what you call him, Kirchen is a founding father of the Americana movement, now at the peak of his impressive career.

Kirchen was originally known as co-founder and lead guitarist of Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, and it was his scorching guitar licks that helped define their sound and drove their hit, “Hot Rod Lincoln,” into the Top 10 in 1972.

Bill is currently touring with his all-star, all-Texas band, The Hounds of the Bakersfield: Rick Richards on drums and David Carroll on stand-up bass. Richards has made records and toured with Ray Wylie Hubbard, among many others. This brought him to the attention of Ringo Starr, whose recommendation led to the last three stadium tours drumming with Joe Walsh. David Carroll has played bass with a who’s who of Austin artists, including stints with Billy Joe Shaver and Jerry Jeff Walker and a run with Ray Price.

Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles

December 10, 2019

9:00 PM - $25 / $20

LIVE AT NATALIE'S - Grandview

Sarah Borges returns to Natalie’s with her great band The Broken Singles. Borges is an alluring figure onstage, delivering performances packed with power and punch. Born to play rock ‘n’ roll, she gives herself fully — much to the audience’s pleasure. Based in Boston, Sarah has drawn praise from the most elite of music scribes, including Rolling Stone, The New York Times, USA Today, Creative Loafing and The Boston Globe. Whether it be through performances or her writing, Borges has learned to dazzle – and do it well. That ability can be heard all over her 2014 Radio Sweetheart disc, as well as her latest, Good and Dirty. She attributes that ability to a very eclectic sound, which she comes by naturally, she says. “I would say that my sound is straight up rock and roll, but it’s the sum total of what my record collection looks like”.

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