Presented by Lightning 100 and Yuengling
Tony Joe White & Bobby Bare Jr.
I assume you’re aware of Tony Joe White’s much-lauded Monument Records albums from the late ’60s and early ’70s — such White recordings as “Willie and Laura Mae Jones” and “Polk Salad Annie” established his reputation as a groove-oriented storyteller with a slightly lascivious delivery. But I would also direct you to later White tracks that are even crazier than his Monument work — 1983’s “Do You Have a Garter Belt?” and his twisted duet with Waylon Jennings, “Mamas, Don’t Let Your Cowboys Grow Up to Be Babies,” will rock you, as will his latest full-length, Hoodoo. Rounding out the bill is Bobby Bare Jr., who has made a name for himself with such post-Shel Silverstein works as 2010’s A Storm, a Tree, My Mother’s Head. He has a new full-length set for release next year — watch your head.
Sun, Nov 24 | 8:00 PM
3rd & Lindsley