Sam's Burger Joint Presents:
Fri, March 8, 2019
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmSam's Burger Joint
This event is 18 and over
NO Seating GUARANTEED. Any Seating Available is on a First Come, First Served Basis. NO REFUNDS all sales final.
All Minors Will Be Charged an Additional $5 At the Door. 17 & Under Admitted with Parent or Guardian Only. - $20 Advance/ $25 Day of Show/ $90 Reserved Boothhttp://www.samsburgerjoint.com/event/1816005/
It is a land where you can see for miles and miles and miles. Only those who don’t know it find it barren. For it’s full of stories if you know where to seek them. And it has customs and amusements all its own. Even the forever dipping oil wells have their role. “In high school, we used to get somebody to buy us a six pack and go out there to the fields and ride the front part of those oil pumps all night long,” Joe remembers.
Now, Ely lives in Austin and spends much of his life on the road. But when he’s accumulated enough song ideas, Lubbock is where Joe heads. “Somehow, just driv- ing for hours down those country roads is still the best place for me finish my songs.”
Panhandle Rambler is one of the most personal albums Joe Ely’s ever made. It brings forth this terrain, the spirited people it produces and that special sense of destiny, be it terrible or glorious, that its very vastness creates. “Wounded Creek” starts the album with what you might call a Western fantasy, except that the “bushes and the brambles,” the traffic light, the stray dog and the cold wind are all completely brought to life.
“Sometimes, when I was a kid, you’d look outside and the only things you’d see would be these huge radio towers, must have been fifty of a hundred feet tall, just swaying in the wind,” Joe said. “Won- derin’ Where,” perhaps Panhandle Rambler’s most beautiful melody, pays tribute those trembling towers, the railroads which carried other things equally uni- maginable distances, the “cross between a river and a stream” where he played, and the dreams and nightmares that flitted across that kid’s mind and heart, and the loneliness of bearing such secrets. If it is possible to write a love song for a place, this is one of the great ones, “trying to find a verse that’s never been sung to hearts that need relief.”
– Carlos Alvarez, Texas Grammy Chapter Trustee
Marcy Grace is a singer/songwriter bringing fresh ideas to the Texas/Americana market. She is known for her unique and big voice. She is a multi-instrumentalist, playing drums, guitar, and keyboards.
In 2018, Marcy Grace won NEW FEMALE VOCALIST of the year by the Big Star 97 Awards. She was also nominated for Best New Female Vocalist by the Texas Regional Radio Music Awards. Marcy has been invited to play three Texas Grammy Chapter events. Her first single to radio, “I Wanna” reached # 37 on the Texas Radio Charts and was included on the Texas Music Pickers Best New Single Poll.
Marcy’s band has played with Bart Crow, Sunny Sweeney, Thom Shepherd, John Baumann, Two Tons of Steel, The Americans, Susan Gibson (Wide Open Spaces), and more.
“I have worked with Marcy on numerous recordings, and it’s so surprising how this huge voice can come out of this tiny girl…it’s good and different from a lot of stuff you hear. It has a classic quality to it.”
– Marius Perron, Grammy winning Producer/ Engineer
Sam's Burger Joint
330 East Grayson Street
San Antonio, TX, 78215