08.05.10 Austin



08.05.10 Austin

Postby wolfgangguhl » Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:57 am

JERRY LEE LEWIS, THE SUPERSUCKERS, RICK TREVINO, MATT HOLE, BUZZ CAMPBELL & HOT ROD LINCOLN
08.05.10 - Austin, TX - Nutty Brown Amphitheatre
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Postby wolfgangguhl » Tue Dec 01, 2009 8:49 pm

Cancelled
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Postby fede4avar » Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:12 pm

wolfgangguhl wrote:Cancelled


why was it canceled?
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Postby wolfgangguhl » Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:42 pm

No reason was given.
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Postby richjohnson26 » Fri Jan 08, 2010 6:16 pm

This show has just been announced on Lee Rocker's website.
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Postby wolfgangguhl » Sat Jan 09, 2010 12:25 am

Yes, you are right. It is back on.
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Postby jayhawks » Wed Jan 27, 2010 8:44 am

http://www.revivalfest.com/

Ticket Locations:
All ticket locations are cash only. ATM's are available on site. For day of show sales at the door, VISA/MASTERCARD and cash will be accepted.
Waterloo Records - 600 N Lamar
Nutty Brown Cafe - 12225 Hwy 290 West

Festival Ticket / Wristband Policies:
Weekend Ticket holders must exchange their ticket for a wristband at the gate and will be allowed to re-enter the festival.

Wristbands MUST be worn for entry into the festival.

Wristbands are non-transferable, non-exchangable, and cannot be replaced. They cannot be removed and must be worn both days to enter the festival.

Please do not remove or tamper with your wristband or you will not be allowed entry.

Festival paper tickets will be barcoded and numbered to ensure the ticket is not duplicated. Only the first ticket scanned and number checked will be granted admission. Subsequent and other presentations of the first ticket will be VOID and considered counterfeit.

Lost or stolen festival wristbands or tickets cannot be replaced.

Only tickets purchased at RevivalFest.com and at authorized ticket locations are valid.

All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.

Important information about ticket orders:
You will receive an email confirmation immediately after purchasing your ticket. Keep the confirmation and if you have any questions, email info@revivalfest.com. If your tickets are being mailed, they will be sent by USPS between March and May 2010.


Revival Fest Now Onsale!
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Postby Tim in St. Louis » Fri Mar 05, 2010 5:06 pm

I love Junior Brown and was checking out where he's going to be playing and saw that Jerry Lee and he are on the same bill!

This looks like a very intimate club with a really great line-up for fans of rock, rockabilly and country swing: Asleep At The Wheel, Junior Brown, Wayne Hancock, the Blasters, Lee Rocker, Jerry Lee. All favorties, to be sure...
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Postby wolfgangguhl » Sat May 01, 2010 11:20 am

Sticky until June 1st 2010.
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Postby wolfgangguhl » Sun May 02, 2010 9:44 am

Line-up updated.
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Postby thrund » Sun May 09, 2010 9:09 am

Bjoern from Norway wrote on yahoo:

.....
Band went on at 10.35 pm, played 4 songs.

Jerry went on at 10.52 pm, started with Down The Line and went off at 11.37 pm finishing with WLSGO.

Band continued, off at 10.39 pm.

Sorry, no setlist but Jerry played his usual set and was in fine mood tonight.
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Postby peterchecksfield » Sun May 09, 2010 10:01 am

thrund wrote:Bjoern from Norway wrote on yahoo:

.....
Band went on at 10.35 pm, played 4 songs.

Jerry went on at 10.52 pm, started with Down The Line and went off at 11.37 pm finishing with WLSGO.

Band continued, off at 10.39 pm.

Sorry, no setlist but Jerry played his usual set and was in fine mood tonight.
.....


That doesn't actually make sense...
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Postby thrund » Sun May 09, 2010 10:12 am

peterchecksfield wrote:
thrund wrote:Bjoern from Norway wrote on yahoo:

....

Band continued, off at 10.39 pm.

.....


That doesn't actually make sense...


I think he want to say 11.39 pm...
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Postby jayhawks » Mon May 10, 2010 10:07 am

stolen from YAHOO... :oops:


"I wish I had been able to attend, but outdoors events are hard on me. Here is
a short review from the Austin American Statesman yesterday. I am happy for
everyone else who was able to attend.

Paul



From Austin American Statesman 5/9/10


Review: Jerry Lee Lewis at the Nutty Brown

By Patrick Beach | Sunday, May 9, 2010, 11:24 AM

If the Sex Pistols had ever needed a piano player, Jerry Lee Lewis could have gotten the gig.

Seriously. The guy is in his mid-70s old but there's something so punk rock about him and he still has the capacity to surprise. At his age, when so many of his contemporaries are phoning it in and have been doing so for decades, Lewisbrought his best stuff to close the second night of the Rockabilly Revival at the Nutty Brown Saturday.

He did Stick McGhee's "Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee." He did "Chantilly Lace." He did, but of course, "Great Balls of Fire." And in the I can die happy now department: He even did Chuck Berry's "Sweet Little Sixteen."

Throughout a generous set, Lewis was in fine voice, hands a-flyin' on the keyboard, seasoned musicians backing him. It was like being back at Sun Studios in Memphis, but with better sound and, thanks to a cool front Saturday, less humidity. If, as the Drive-By Truckers song claims, Sam Phillips was the only man Jerry Lee would call "sir," I believe Mr. Phillips would return the favor if he were alive today.

On the undercard: Buzz Campbell and Hot Rod Lincoln and Matt Hole and the Hot Rod Gang (three-piece lineups with standup bass both) showed the versatility of the hollow-body Gretsch guitar: Campbell went for a cleaner, Chet Atkins-y sound by and large; Hole likes it dirtier. And the latter band has one guy from Rockport, one from Corpus Christi and a front man from England, relocated to Corpus. Ah, the global reach of rockabilly. They're well within their rights to have a song called "We're From Texas."

Hometown favorite and general swell guy Rick Trevino brought a terrific band with him as well as a handful of new songs. Trevino can croon and do that deep scoop, too; he seems to find himself somewhere between Roy Orbison and, um, Rick Trevino.

Right before the Killer were the incomparable Supersuckers, a band that gets the joke and still totally rocks. These guys were around before grunge broke, before "Singles," before all of that. And they're one of the last bands standing out of that Seattle scene. Amazing. And proof that fate is sometimes on the side of the just."
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Postby bailbath » Mon May 10, 2010 10:30 am

Nice review thanks for that.
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