Good Luck Thrift Store Outfit plays Saturday in Auburn
The Good Luck Thrift Store Outfit, a mixed-genre band, plays Saturday at Auburn Event Center. Doors open 6:30 p.m.; show follows at around 7 p.m.
Tickets for the show, which also includes the Sumner Brothers, Jonny Mojo & the Halfglass Honkytonk, are $10 advance $15 day of show
Tickets are available at Yabobo, Clock Tower Records, Cherry Records, Clock Tower Records, Dimple Records and on-line at http://www.keepsmilinpromotions.com For information contact 530-906-7441
GLTSTO includes two Americana singer-songwriters, an indie-rock veteran of a drummer, country-born bassist, and a metal-bred pedal steel player.
The result is a rough-hewn yet driftwood-smooth sound that is rebel-headed, but heart-of-gold, good-ole-boy.
The outfit includes singer-songwriters Chris Doud and Willy “T” Taylor, drummer/artist/rancher Aaron Burtch, Taylor Webster on Bass and vocals, and multi-instrumentalists Matt Cordano and Chandler Pratt.
Likened to anything from Old Crow Medicine Show and The Avett Bros. to Asleep at the Wheel, Bob Wills and even Neil Young (depending on which live set you happen to catch) they most often defy categorization, usually settling for some hybrid of Americana, folk, rock, bluegrass, and that sweet, old country & western.
They describe their efforts as trying to make “good, honest, insightful music, that’s not afraid of a good time and a little fun, music that people will move their feet to, and that also goes real well with a straight road and a long drive.”
Joining in on this show will be the Sierra Foothill debut of the Sumner Brothers from Canada, who are coming down for two shows in support of TGLTSO.
The brothers will be celebrating their US Release of their newest album “The Hell In Your Mind”
Also, the 49 Corridor’s very own Jonny “Mojo” Flores (Achilles Wheel, Rusty Buckets) will bring the Halfglass Honkytonk.
All ages are welcome. Visit http://www.keepsmilinpromotions.com for more info and ticket links.
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