Punk, poetry, rock, and country collide at Double Wide when Austin's Jean Caffeine joins up with Dallas' premier family band the Prof.Fuzz 63 and Nathan Mongol Wells (along with his band, Ten Gallon)!
If you don't already know Jean Caffeine, the quotes on her website are more than enough to entice interest -
“I don’t care what anyone says, I’m a fan! -Townes Van Zandt
"Miss-Alternative-County-before- Alternative-Country-was-Cool", Dallas Morning News
The Prof.Fuzz 63 are equally as fascinating and standout, with a raw, 60's rock style layered appropriately with plenty of fuzz. They're also releasing an album the next day, so expect some new songs!
Nathan Mongol Wells and his band bring a rough and ready alt-country sound that's not afraid to dip into all out rock when the songs call for it, and they often do.
All in all another great night at Double Wide! $10, doors at 9!