1/17/19 Third Thursdays @ 33: TBA + short sets

We don’t have a featured performer yet! Or anybody signed up for the short slots either. Same goes for February 21, and March 21! We do have featured performers lined up for that last two in the series (Jesse Peters on April 18, and Ben Mackin on May 16), but those short slots are still wide open.

Here’s something that probably not everyone realizes: Since after that first small handful of test-runs we did, everything else Stage 33 Live has hosted has been the result of performers or presenters reaching out to us. We like that a lot, because it means that the people on the stage want to and chose to be there — just like the people in the audience. Each motivated for the other. It’s the ideal symbiosis, really.

And no, it ain’t normal. It’s like… the old days, when local folks and local musicians and local storytellers got together in a barn. We’re so completely cool with that.

2/21/19 Third Thursdays @ 33: ATTN WOMEN PERFORMERS

A local promoter of rare but excellent shows will be running a concert on the third Thursday in February… same day as our third-Thursday series. They contacted us to put cooperation and coordination on the table. Totally in the spirit of what Stage 33 Live is all about!

Their show will be at the Windham Ballroom with Austin-based performers Betty Soo solo and Rebecca Loebe with band.

Charlie Hunter and Gary Smith are the behind the scenes brains and muscle. Dan Richardson will be on sound. It’s not going to be announced until after the holidays so you’re hearing it here first. We’re blabbermouths.

So what happens with Stage 33 Live? It would be great to make the whole evening, both there and here, a celebration of women in music. The door is open to female solos or mixed duos, or female-fronted bands, interested in doing either a short set or a full set at Stage 33 Live starting at about 6:00. Shoot us an email at stage33@stage33live.com – first come, first served. We’d wrap around 7:00. The doors open for the other show a couple blocks up the street at 7:30.

3/21/19 Third Thursdays @ 33: TBA + short sets

We don’t have a featured performer yet! Or anybody signed up for the short slots either. We do have featured performers lined up for that last two in the series (Jesse Peters on April 18, and Ben Mackin on May 16), but those short slots are still wide open.

Here’s something that probably not everyone realizes: Since after that first small handful of test-runs we did, everything else Stage 33 Live has hosted has been the result of performers or presenters reaching out to us. We like that a lot, because it means that the people on the stage want to and chose to be there — just like the people in the audience. Each motivated for the other. It’s the ideal symbiosis, really.

And no, it ain’t normal. It’s like… the old days, when local folks and local musicians and local storytellers got together in a barn. We’re so completely cool with that.

4/7/19 Draa Hobbs & John Stowell

They’re coming back!

After the last time they were in the room, Draa wrote, “To say this was a great concert would be an understatement. The audience was wonderful, and I felt good about my playing. To work with John Stowell, a true master of the instrument, is a tremendous blessing. When you start to get on in years, having the added inspiration to continue working on music — well, it’s a beautiful thing.”

There will be a master class preceding the concert as well.

Details coming.

4/21/19 Third Thursdays @ 33: Jesse Peters + short sets

This month’s featured performer will be longtime local fave Jesse Peters. We’ll post more info, stay tuned.

The short slots are still wide open.

Everything Stage 33 Live hosts is the result of performers or presenters reaching out to us. We like that a lot, because it means that the people on the stage want to and chose to be there — just like the people in the audience. Each motivated for the other. It’s the ideal symbiosis, really.

And no, it ain’t normal. We’re so completely cool with that.

5/16/19 Third Thursdays @ 33: Ben Mackin + short sets

This month’s featured performer will be Ben Mackin, and we’re excited! We’ll post more info, stay tuned.

The short slots are still wide open.

Everything Stage 33 Live hosts is the result of performers or presenters reaching out to us. We like that a lot, because it means that the people on the stage want to and chose to be there — just like the people in the audience. Each motivated for the other. It’s the ideal symbiosis, really.

And no, it ain’t normal. We’re so completely cool with that.

7/15/19 Nathan Evans Fox and Jane Kramer

Folk singer/songwriters Nathan Evans Fox and Jane Kramer of North Carolina will be making a Stage 33 Live stop during their Eastern tour. They’ll be accompanying each other with vocals and various instruments including fiddle, mandolin, and guitar.

More info closer to the show, but for now you can check out their websites:

Nathan Evans Fox – www.nathanevansfox.com
Jane Kramer – www.janekramermusic.com

(We keep forgetting to ask how on earth they even found us, but their manager said, “Both Nathan and Jane would love to be a part of what you are doing!” We like ’em already.)