Southern Roots Movement in the round, hosted by Deana Carter

Matraca Berg and Jeff Hanna LIVE at Sunset Marquis

Matraca Berg and Jeff Hanna Sunset Marquis Southern Roots MovementJoin Deana Carter for another night under the stars performing LIVE @Sunset Marquis with very special guests Matraca Berg and Jeff Hanna.

Matraca Berg and Deana Carter co-wrote “You and Tequila”!  Will they be singing that Kenny Chesney hit??! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Jeff Hanna and Matraca Berg

Jeff Hanna and Matraca Berg

About Matraca:“It all starts with a low tremolo guitar, resonating and rumbling in a way that pulls at unspoken places. Deep in your core, you know without words, this is a song – indeed, an album – that’s about loss, desolation, realizing what life is made of and the fact that even you know it just keeps coming.

If Matraca Berg has made a name for herself, it’s been for the gorgeous honesty she brings to longing, desire, survival and sometimes even fighting back. Certainly, “If I Had Wings,” the smoldering opener of Berg’s The Dreaming Fields, finds its heroine grappling with the notion, “Mama said call the preacher, I just called the law/ We all knew sooner or later, it was gonna’ be him of me…” MORE AT MATRACA.COM

 


About Jeff Hanna:

The iconic and profoundly influential Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, often cited as a catalyst for an entire movement in Country Rock and American Roots Music, continues to add to their legendary status.

With multi-platinum and gold records, strings of top ten hits such as “Fishin’ In The Dark” and “Mr. Bojangles”, multiple Grammy, IBMA, CMA Awards and nominations, the band’s accolades continue to accumulate. MORE…

 

 

Pawnshop kings

Don’t Miss the PawnShop kings on Friday, August 8 at 9pm LIVE at Sunset Marquis

About the Pawnshop kings


Background: Joel and I have been playing music together forever, but it took moving to Los Angeles to really figure out our working relationship. Being brothers, we knew it would shine a light on layers of our history and the baggage that comes with family dynamics, but knew it was crucial if we wanted to make the musical partnership work. So, we basically forced the living situation: getting up every morning, staring at each other, sharing a bathroom, and forced engagement regardless of the circumstance. It was tricky, and often hard, but it allowed us to work through stuff and grow both musically and as people. We spent a lot of time reading, writing, and listening to music, and learned how to bring out the strength in one another to maximize our collective creativity. MORE