Saturday, December 8, 2018
Scott Ave Stage.
Miss Lana Rebel and Kevin Michael Mayfield
Miss Lana Rebel has been called “the badass matriarch of local dustbowl country.” It’s an appreciative nod to a songwriter whose presence can cut through the din of a crowded honky-tonk, and a voice that has been likened to ladies such as Loretta Lynn, and June Carter. But it’s her stripped-down format and a less brassy vocal style that gives her recordings and performances that warm-fuzzy feeling, and for some, an addictive quality.Website
Freddy Parish is one of Tucson’s great interpreters of classic folk and country music. His latest release “Last Chance” features his spin on seven traditional tunes, with accompaniment by The Old Town String Band.Website
After 20 years fronting Tucson favorites Greyhound Soul, Joe Peña released his first solo record “Dust of Our Love” in 2018. Like a dusty desert Tom Waits, Peña’s songwriting find beauty in dark cornersWebsite
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
Along Downtown’s Streets
Also at 2nd Saturdays
Good Shepherd Ranch will provide carriage rides at a minimal charge.
Look for them on Congress St. between 6-10pm.
You can check them out at www.atagoodshepherd.webs.com.