The alt-country indie band featuring songwriting and singing duo Rich Russell and Landry McMeans were wonderful performers last year, and we welcome The Lonesome Heroes back after a year of touring and live performances in town that have wooed many more lifetime fans.
Don’t miss the cosmic country songs of The Lonesome Heroes at Bernadette’s on Tuesday, March 13, 3:20pm.
In 2010, well-known Austin indie rockers and songwriters John Rose and Seth Whaland embarked on a new musical journey as Bad Blood. Captivating melodies, in-sync harmonizing and guitar strumming accompany clear, storytelling lyrics that range from pensive to humorous. This makes Bad Blood a country pair you don’t want to miss live.
Bad Blood is the hard act to follow, performing at 12:15 pm on the Cherry Stage (inside) of Cherrywood Coffehouse, Wed. 3/16.
The Lonesome Heroes are an Austin music favorite, crafting thoughtful lyrics and memorable melodies, avoiding the clichés of American country music gone pop. Live performances of the core band (the duo of Rich Russell and Landry McMeans) are sparsely instrumental yet intensely engaging, and their recording and touring band creates a lush sound on the cusp of being cosmic. Imagine riding along the Texas countryside with a friend, then marveling at the lights of Marfa with several more friends. The Lonesome Heroes are an experience you don’t want to miss.
The Lonesome Heroes have recorded an EP, Don’t Play To Lose, and many stand alone recorded and live singles, some now available on the band’s website: www.thelonesomeheroes.com.
Don’t miss The Lonesome Heroes live on the Cherry Stage (inside), 1:00 pm.