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Don't see Darden Smith much on Surly...but a true Austin talent and a guy who puts his money and music and talent, where is mouth is.    His "Songwriting With Soldiers" project just aired on PBS, shot at War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville.  You would never know, by watching this, that he was the mind and energy behind this. 

https://www.pbs.org/video/songwriting-with-soldiers-ztihi5/

 

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I’m looking at a newer venue in Minneapolis that holds 7-8K or some weird arena in Madison.

90% sure we’re doing Minneapolis.

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Anyone got the hook up for presale codes for Austin?

 

One of the ticket sites is already listing floor seats for $400 plus and they aren’t even available yet.

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Sign up through his site for the verified fan presale. It was sent to his mailing list subscribers. 

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On 10/23/2019 at 9:35 AM, jimmyjazz said:

Every time I see a photo of James McMurtry I am reminded of the time I saw him sitting alone in the food court at Northcross Mall.  He was there for a kid's birthday party.  The kids were ice skating and James had this hollow, dejected look in his eyes, not unlike the way hostages look in photos released by their captors.

That is his standard look.

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$100 for Austin before fees. First the code didn’t work, then it put me in virtual waiting then it sent me through to only find mezzanine available. 
 

just got email for artist presale at noon. Guess I’ll try that. 

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I got $100 Loge seats in Houston with the Verified fan presale

 

$250 for 2 after fees.  Just a tad more than $15 a ticket at Fitzgeralds in 2015.

 

 

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I'm pretty late with this comment but the animated story for "All is Said and Done" on the Sturgill Netflix is intense. Probably derivative of a bunch of Mad Max type plots we've seen before, but the story and visuals are kept so simple as to really hit home. I really liked the whole feature, it's barely over a half-hour and blends music and action beautifully.

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it's a new one.  haven't watched yet but i will just to see him talk about the ed king guitar.

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