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James is a Texas Folk singer/songwriter from Pleasanton, Texas and is currently based in Austin, Texas. James was the winner of the 2017 Kerrville Folk Festival’s University Singer/Songwriter Contest.
He has opened for fellow Americana acts such as Bruce Robison & Kelly Willis, John Baumann, Jonny Burke, Michael Martin Murphey, Mike & The Moonpies, Jamie Lin Wilson, and Rodney Hayden.
His songs take aim at topics such as Western decay, urban angst, faded love, and what he calls “typical county country” fare. His eclectic upbringing, spending large portions of his childhood in Saudi Arabia and Germany, aid in his unique worldview and subsequent song subject matter.
GARRETT T. CAPPS
ON HIS DEBUT RELEASE "Y LOS LONELY HIPSTERS", GARRETT T. CAPPS OFFERED THE WORLD A HOMETOWN ANTHEM IN THE FORM OF “BORN IN SAN ANTONE” - A SOUTH TEXAS ROCK ’N SOUL EPIC AND THE MOST RECENT SONG ABOUT THE ALAMO CITY TO REACH A WIDER CONSCIOUSNESS THIS SIDE OF CHARLEY PRIDE OR BOB WILLS, THANKS IN NO SMALL PART TO OPENING THE SEASON 3 PREMIERE OF SHOWTIME’S BILLIONS. NOW LOOKING BEYOND THE TERRESTRIAL LIMITS OF BEXAR COUNTY, CAPPS HAS DESIGNATED HIMSELF “FLIGHT DIRECTOR” ON A MISSION KNOWN AS “NASA COUNTRY,” WITH THE FINDINGS OF THIS SPACEY ENDEAVOR PRESENTED IN FULL ON HIS NEW LP "IN THE SHADOWS (AGAIN)."
From the piney woods of East Texas to the flat lands outside Lubbock, from the rolling prairies of Central Texas to the sandy shores of the Virgin Islands, Gabe Wootton has covered more than a few miles. With an eye on the horizon and an ear in the wind, he has found melody in the mundane and rhyme in the hum of life. A sketch of scenes in passing, character studies of the broken and the jubilant, triumphant tales of ruin to joyful lamentations of woe, Gabe’s songs run the gamut incorporating elements of all the music he has stumbled upon throughout his life.