3TEN ACL Live presents
310 Willie Nelson Blvd, Suite 1A
Austin, TX, 78701
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is all ages
Since releasing his debut album ‘Little Giant’ (2014) and ‘Paperweights’ (2016), both to critical acclaim, Roo Panes has racked up an excess of 220M+ plays across streaming services. His highly anticipated third album ‘Quiet Man’ was released June 2018 and saw Roo once again work with renowned producer Chris Bond (Ben Howard, Nick Mulvey). Described as “A British Icon in the making at the top of his game”, ‘Quiet Man’ is an intimate and emotional album that shows why Panes is one of the most critically acclaimed folk acts in the UK.
Roo Panes’ music is succinct, honest songwriting, from a place of deep personal expression, resonating with universal truths and values. His is a deep voice, one that sounds aged beyond its years, and yet, it’s telling of timeless stories, endless heartache and forever love. It asks that we all find the right way to see the world around us.
An Irish singer-songwriter, Pat Byrne has come a long way since his first deal with Universal. Now a seasoned performer, Pat’s dexterous songwriting prowess has emerged. Quietly, he’s taking on America, on his own terms.
Moving to Austin, opened a whole new world. Said Byrne, “I’ve never felt so alive musically. Every night I go see a gig; and I’m blown away. I get opportunities to play with those people, and it’s inspiring.”
Pat recently released his new LP, “Rituals”. The artistic growth is clear; the authenticity is palpable. No one genre dictates the mix—and the tracks get better with each listening.
“The results—Irish Americana, by turns rollicking and resonating, that’s driven by his gruff growl of a voice—suggest that he’s one to keep an eye on.”
Stuart Munro, The Boston Globe
“The raspy melodic soul of Byrne’s voice recalls the emotional spells the late Austin troubadour Jimmy LaFave used to cast, though Byrne’s songwriting bears a distinctive Irish stamp. He’s more contemporary than strict traditionalists, putting him more in the league of Glen Hansard or Luka Bloom, perhaps; yet at times he conjures a deeply old-school feel,”
Peter Blackstock, Austin American Statesman
$17.00 - $20.00
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