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Music On Main - Ray Wylie

Thursday, August 08, 2013

Ray Wylie

As a music lover of impeccable taste, odds are that you’re already looking forward to spending the better part of the next hour and several more after that getting rather obsessively familiar with this latest serving of song and groove from Ray Wylie Hubbard. Having no doubt played his last album, 2010’s A. Enlightenment, B. Endarkenment (Hint: There is No C), to digital bits and committed to memory such earlier chestnuts as Snake Farm, Growl, Eternal and Lowd own, Crusades of the Restless Knights, and maybe even everything else going all the way back to that 1975 Cowboy Twinkies LP that Hubbard himself would rather you forget you probably can’t wait to tuck into The Grifter’s Hymnal and leisurely savor it from end to end.


Full Music On Main Line-Up

June 27: The Fox Street All Starskick off the concert series with their unique version of high-energy funky rock and roll. FSAS has toured the US with legends like Trucks/Tedeschi, Little Feat, Trombone Shorty and Robert Randolph.

July 11: Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblersbring the smoky sweet vocals of Bluhm backed by a big, rocking jam band, continuing the dance party and good times.

July 18: White Water Ramblehigh octane rocky mountain dancegrass that, according to their website, will send your body and soul rushing down the rapids of infinity!

July 25: March 4th Marching Bandafter an extremely popular show last summer, decked in whimsical costumes and combining a big ring circus with modern performances.

August 1:” Monophonics, San Francisco’s premier psychedelic soul and heavy funk band, will cook up a hearty stew of funky rhythms for Music on Main fans.

August 8: Ray Wylie Hubbardis an alternative and outlaw country icon from Austin, with a live show that has been described as a church service held at the funkiest roadhouse bar this side of the Mississippi.

August 15: Vagabond Opera is as fun and entertaining as they are musically gifted, combining vaudeville with incredible talent for a show like no other. Information regarding opening acts for the aforementioned shows will be released in late spring.


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