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Grant Peeples, Matt Harlan

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March 21, 2019
Doors 8:00pm
Showtime 8:30pm
Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe (map)
413 20th St.
Galveston TX 77550

A Few Things About Grant Peeples:
His shows are a roiling mix of funny stuff and not-funny stuff.   He doesn’t do a lot of lo-ooove songs.   When appropriate...he’s been known to play a few ‘off-color’ tunes.  
He has made ten studio records, three live recordings and two poetry books.
He tours coast-to-coast, primarily as a solo artist, but often with a side man.   He usually plays festivals with his band The Peeples Republik.
He lived on a small island off the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua for eleven years.  And much of what he writes about today is informed by that experience.   He saw….a lotta stuff.
Gurf Morlix, who has produced Lucinda Williams, Mary Gauthier, Ray Wiley Hubbard, Robert Earl Keen, and Slaid Cleaves---has produced four of Grant’s Records, including his most recent,  “Settling Scores Vol II”  (2018)





Houston favorite, Matt Harlan is a troubadour of the first degree, bringing his handcrafted songs to stages across his home state of Texas, the USA and Europe.

Harlan is a winner of multiple songwriting accolades, from outfits like American Songwriter, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and Billboard. He was named Singer-Songwriter of the Year in the 2013 Texas Music Awards and was featured alongside a stellar cast of characters (Lyle Lovett, Guy Clark) in the documentary, “For the Sake of the Song.”

His first two studio albums were well received by national and international Americana radio, both earning the #1 spot on the Euro Americana Chart. “Raven Hotel” his third – and possibly best – record also hit the top spot on the Euro charts after its release in 2014. As with each collection, the newest one features a musical roux that showcases Harlan’s literary grit with a variety of moods to fit the many themes on the record.

In his recent travels, Matt has shared stages with Americana greats such as Guy Clark, James McMurtry and up-and-comers like John Fullbright.

All Ages