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The 2009 Kerrville Wine & Music Festival is coming up Labor Day weekend, September 4 – 6. This annual celebration of performing songwriters and Texas wines will be held at Quiet Valley Ranch, 9 miles south of the Texas Hill Country resort community of Kerrville on Texas Hwy 16. 

Not a typical “wine tasting” event, this 3-day festival will feature 6-hour evening concerts and 2-hour afternoon concerts with over two-dozen singer-songwriters. 2-hour wine seminars are held on Saturday and Sunday.

We are excited about this year’s musical line-up and feel that it covers just about everyone’s musical tastes. We’ve got some alt-country with Austin’s Stonehoney, Tex-Mex R&R with San Antonio’s Los Texmaniacs, Americana harmonies with Austin’s Ginn Sisters and funk-jam music from Eclectica. We are also thrilled about the return of some of our Kerrville favorites like Don Conoscenti, Thad Beckman, Karen Abrahams, Michael McNevin and Bob Livingston. (more…)


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SANTA MONICA, Calif. ­ The L.A. Acoustic Music Festival, featuring a world-class lineup of artists, makes its debut over the weekend of June 6–7, 2009 on the beautiful Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, Calif. The two-day celebration of acoustic music ­ which takes place during the Pier’s 100th Anniversary year ­benefits the California Acoustic Music Project (CAMP).

The lineup for Saturday, June 6 will open with the Refugees, the all-female “power band” of Wendy Waldman (“Save the Best for Last”), Deborah Holland, and Cindy Bullens, followed by Joel Rafael, Eliza Gilkyson, and the extraordinary Jimmy LaFave, named “Best Singer-Songwriter” by Austin Music Awards, playing what he calls “red dirt music.” (more…)

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Bluebonnets, bluegrass, barbeque and a whole lot more at 22nd Annual Old Settler’s Music Festival in Driftwood, Texas (a stone’s throw from Austin).

OSMF is Central Texas’ signature music event featuring Grammy winning Americana music, arts & crafts, camping, food concessions & libations. Enjoy acoustic jazz & blues, bluegrass, jamgrass, old-time local favorites, performance workshops, a youth competition & award-winning artists from around the world.

Thursday-Sunday, April 16-19, 2009

Salt Lick BBQ & Camp Ben McCulloch

Driftwood, Texas (just outside Austin)

The BoDeans, The Travelin’ McCourys, Fred Eaglesmith, The Greencards, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Hayes Carll, BeauSoleil, The Gourds, Dave Alvin & the Guilty Women, The Gibson Brothers, Sarah Jarosz, The Belleville Outfit, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Blue Highway, The Lee Boys, Great American Taxi, Lone Star Swing with Stretch Dawson, One-Eyed Mule, Spring Creek Bluegrass Band, Stonehoney, The Fire Ants, The Lovell Sisters

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