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Creekbed Carter Hogan / Jude Brothers / Realistic Weather

All Ages
Tuesday, June 18
Doors: 7:30pm Show: 8pm
$10 to $12
“Open-road mysticism, brokenhearted yearning, and laugh-out-loud wit” – Austin Chronicle

“Glistening sonics that’ll fill a stereo just as well as it could the Grande Ole Opry… We’re even willing to wager that Creekbed Carter could challenge [Kacey Musgrave’s] Golden Hour when it comes to the finest mixes in acoustic music.” – Jack Anderson, KUTX

For trans folksinger Creekbed Carter Hogan, everything good is made from the rotten stump of something else. Their new self-titled album, Creekbed Carter, is both creed and archive, formed from the eccentric preoccupations of a messy Catholic childhood that have been crafted into a dazzling, troubling, and ultimately wondrous collection of songwriting. 

This 10 track record draws from the intimacy and precision of Hogan’s live shows to build a new landscape for queer folk and country. Familiar spirits haunt these songs – Roger Miller, Bobbie Gentry, Elliott Smith, Karen Dalton – but ultimately, Hogan’s music emanates from the force of their own desires. Clever, searing, bald, and true, Creekbed Carter is, above all, an act of resilience: a flaming sword that both creator and listener can use to cut their way out and through, together.


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