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LIVESTREAM: Alejandro Escovedo

w/ James Mastro

Friday, April 12, 2024

Show | 8:05PM // Doors | 8:05PM

$15 to $15

Type: Concerts

Alejandro Escovedo returns to explore “one of the most fascinating paths in music" (NPR Music) on Echo Dancing (out March 29 via Yep Roc Records) - a career-spanning collection that’s less a look back than a bold new turn for this sonic adventurer and singular creative mind. Completely reinventing and re-recording his previous work - with inspiration from Brian Eno and Judy Nylon and Suicide - Escovedo traces a one-of-a-kind musical life from 70s New York punk to Austin's "musical conscience and hometown hero" (NPR Alt Latino) to unflinching advocate for musicians’ mental health and immigrant causes.
Throughout Echo Dancing, Escovedo revisits rarities from his 80s Austin groups Buick MacKane and The True Believers (natural picks for a recent Austin City Limits Hall of Fame inductee), solo standouts that had No Depression crown him Artist Of The Decade in the 90s and more recent work through 2018’s scorching and cinematic border epic The Crossing.

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Hoboken-based rock/Americana singer-songwriter-guitarist James Mastro (formerly of The Bongos, Richard Lloyd Band, and the Health & Happiness Show) is set to release his debut solo album, Dawn of a New Error, on February 21. The album marks Mastro's return as a frontman, singer and songwriter. Featuring guest vocals by Ian Hunter and produced by Tony Shanahan – Patti Smith’s bassist, co-producer and musical collaborator – the songs were recorded whenever Mastro and Shanahan found time to get together between other projects. With the new album, Mastro will be unleashing 10 brand new, fiery cuts that will make even the most jaded music listener sit up and listen. Textural and otherworldly one minute and retro-rock the next, the album is bursting with timeless rock hooks, shout-it-like-you-mean-it vocals, and clever, thoughtful lyrics. It is a timely album that toes the line between twangy Americana and Art Rock.

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