One event on Sunday, May 9, 2021 at 4:00 pm
Oscar Butler is an American performing songwriter whose covers include easy listening and soft rock styles from the 1960s and 1970s with modern variations. Oscar’s shows are a delight. His songs are light, fun, witty observations of how peculiar life can be. His very clean finger-style guitar playing is always great to hear, and, for a guitar player, to watch.
Bill Hearne’s greatness lies in his interpretive skills. His husky Texas baritone finds its way into a song’s interior with the mellowness of fine bourbon and the warmth of a Sunday picnic. Bill is an improvisational artist. “I hardly ever play the same thing twice,” he says. Not only does he rarely play the same thing twice, he rarely plays the same song twice. His repertoire is as vast as Texas and New Mexico. Bill is the real deal of … Read More
David Miner’s style is a fresh take on an old classic, honoring his country music heroes and their timeless style of yesteryear while writing music for today’s audiences.
Amy Coffman is the longtime bassist for one of the very first Americana bands in Dallas, but now calls Amarillo home. A fan of stringed things, she alternates on bass and guitar in the notable Amarillo songwriting combo, The DustJackets. As a solo artist, her instruments of choice are guitar or banjo. She annually learns the same five chords on mandolin… before hanging it back up each year.