Wednesday, February 13

11:30pm – Rebecca Loebe – Black Oak Artists – #454

Rebecca Loebe has signed with Blue Corn Music for her February 8 release ‘Give Up Your Ghosts.’ Though she appeared on the Voice in 2011 and was courted by Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera (eventually joining team Adam), Loebe has built her reputation through road-dogging, one show and one fan at a time. It’s resulted in over 50,000 fans on social media; support slots for The Civil Wars, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Gregory Alan Isakov; airplay on over 600 stations for her previous album ‘Blink.’ ‘Give Up Your Ghosts’ marks the fifth album and a high-water mark of storytelling and emotional power for the Austinite. Music video:

11:50pm – Danny Schmidt – Traveling Texas – #560

Named to Chicago Tribune’s list of the “50 Most Significant Songwriters in the Last 50 Years” and a lightning-fingered guitar picker, Danny Schmidt will mark 20 years as a recording artist with his 10th album, ‘Standard Deviation,’ out March 8, 2019. Rolling Stone Country recently named his song “Last Man Standing” one of the “Best Country, Americana Songs To Hear Now.” Anais Mitchell, Jeffrey Foucault, and Sam Baker are among Schmidt’s many fans. Mitchell said, “’Standard Deviation’ is top shelf Danny Schmidt— far-ranging, wise, and life-affirmingly poetic.” Lyric video:–ytjxV66Ds&

Midnight – Eric Andersen Band – Momentary Love Management – #424

A great of American music, Eric Andersen’s songs have been covered by Bob Dylan, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Judy Collins, Fairport Convention, Rick Nelson, John Denver, Linda Ronstadt, The Grateful Dead, Peter, Paul & Mary, The Blues Project, Gillian Welch, Linda Thompson, and Rick Danko. His career-spanning ‘Essential Eric Anderson’ (2018) earned raves from the likes of Billboard and performances from the likes of eTown. He is the subject of the forthcoming documentary film Songpoet. Music video:

Midnight – Melanie Brulée – Intercontinental Revue – #453

Melanie Brulée – the Philadelphia Folk Fest alum who has earned raves from The Boot, The Bluegrass Situation, and No Depression – will tour in February. SXSW has invited her to play an official showcase (venue and date TBA). Her new album ‘Fires, Floods & Things We Leave Behind’ brilliantly parallels a cinematic western sound with themes of moving on from addiction and loss. No Depression attested, “Melanie Brulée’s new album, Fires, Floods & Things We Leave Behind, explores the wide open spaces of the Wild West — and she’s got the voice to fill it.” The Boston Globe praised her “echoing, spaghetti-western sound,” going on to said that she “carries it off with aplomb.” Performance video:

12:30am – Danny Schmidt – Just South Of The Border Showcase – #564


Thursday, February 14


4:00 pm – Rebecca Loebe – The Anne Murray Room

10:50pm – Rebecca Loebe – Comboplate – #520

11:30pm – Danny Schmidt – ComboPlate Booking – #520

11:30pm – Rebecca Loebe – Margo Parks Presents – #478

11:30pm – Melanie Brulée – Intercontinental Revue – #453

12:30am – Eric Andersen Band – Cantina Navarro – #317

12:30am – Melanie Brulée – Folk Music Canada – #321

Credit: Michael Hogan

Friday, February 15

4:15pm – Eric Andersen Band – Joni Mitchell Room – #221

10:55pm – Rebecca Loebe – Momentary Love – #424

11:30pm – Eric Andersen Band – Margo Parks Presents – #478

11:30pm – Danny Schmidt – The House of Songs Showcase – #310

Midnight – Rebecca Loebe – Listening Room Retreats Acoustic Showcase – #559

12:30am – Eric Andersen Band – Rusty Car Music Room – #428

1:05am – Danny Schmidt – Momentary Love Showcase – #424


Photo credit: Emma Lee

Saturday, February 16

10:30pm – Danny Schmidt – Cantina Navarro – #317

11:00pm – Rebecca Loebe – Cantina Navarro – #317

12:00am – Danny Schmidt – Black Oak Artists Showcase – #454

12:00am – Rebecca Loebe – MPRESS – #641

1:00am – Rebecca Loebe – Lhasa – #208

2:30am – Leland Sundries – Access Film Music RED