Sunday, July 21, 2019
Bluesy Tuesday with Whitey Johnson Band & special guest Jonell Mosser with The Cowboy Poets
3rd and Lindsley
Tue, Feb 12 7:30 pm

Whitey Johnson: Whitey Johnson - aka Gary Nicholson, Grammy winner, Texas Songwriter Hall of Fame, songs recorded by BB King, Buddy Guy, Bonnie Raitt, Delbert McClinton, Keb Mo, Taj Mahal, Ringo Starr, Etta James, The Neville Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, Robert Plant, Joe Bonamassa, Marcia Ball, Michael McDonald,  The Whitey Johnson band includes Colin Linden or Rick Vito, Dana Robbins, Quentin Ware, Lynn Williams, Mike Joyce, Dennis Wage. Jonell Mosser: No manufactured, corporate-approved diva of the sort littering the landscape these days, Jonell Mosser is as honest and real as they come. Her music is stunning in its raw power, scope, and ability to take you places you’ve never been. A survivor of bad breaks and regrettable timing, she has nonetheless continued to be a force in the industry as well as in the hearts of her many fans. She may be the best-kept secret in some quarters, but if you believe in karma and talent, her day has come. Her newest release Fortunes Lost, Fortunes Told is scheduled for release on July 19 and shows once again why she makes life-long fans of everyone who hears her sing. The Cowboy Poets: The Cowboy Poets are a Nashville based trio with a sound uniquely their own. A healthy dose of electrified blues, soulful rock, and outlaw country are the main ingredients to what can only be described as a high energy sound. The two founding members, Nicolas Nguyen, and Scott Johnson were in the roots rock trio Bonepony and after decades of being on the road with acts like Bob Seger, ZZ Top, Fleetwood Mac, and Carlos Santana, the guys decided to take a break and spend some time re-tooling their sound. The Cowboy Poets' debut record, "The Best Is Yet To Come" exhibits well-weathered vocals, playful lyrics and a gritty musicianship that makes you want to throw your hands in the air and join in with the band. 

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