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Reckless Kellys Celebrity Softball Jam
Price $20
Age Suitability All Ages
Categories Country Rock

Reckless Kelly's Celebrity Softball Jam

Sunday, May 11 12:00p
Dell Diamond Round Rock, TX

This year’s lineup includes, besides the event’s namesake, Turnpike Troubadours, Shinyribs, Whiskey Myers, Uncle Lucius, William Clark Green, Micky & the Motorcars and the Peterson Brothers. A local-celebrity softball game precedes the concert, which takes place on two stages in the outfield. Proceeds go toward the renovation of East Austin’s Mabson Field, which is used for the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities program. - Peter Blackstock

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Performers at this Event
Charlie Robison
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Texas singer/songwriter Charlie Robison was born in Houston and raised on his family's ranch in the town of Bandera; absorbing the music he heard on the local honky tonk scene, he and brother Bruce -- later an acclaimed performer in his own right -- were also brought up on artists ranging from Black Sabbath to Gram Parsons to Bruce Springsteen....
Wade Bowen
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Texas-born country singer-songwriter influenced by the outlaw country and neo-traditionalist stars of the 1970s and '80s. ~ Rovi
Micky & the Motorcars
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Led by frontman Micky (Michael) Braun and his guitarist brother Gary Braun, along with childhood friends Travis Hardy on drums and Mark McCoy on bass, Micky & the Motorcars rolled out of the Sawtooth Mountains of Stanley, Idaho in a cloud of Americana dust....
Uncle Lucius
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Uncle Lucius takes Rock and Roll from its deep roots and pushes it onward, putting their own honest interpretation on the essential elements of R & B, Blues, and Country. They pride their live show as a sacred and energetic experience, with a belief that this is still the truest form of communication with their fans....
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Shinyribs Russell is known as the front man of the Austin TX musical combo, The Gourds. Born in Beaumont TX, raised in The Church Of Christ he found his calling in biker bars of Louisiana at the tender age of seventeen playing a hybrid of loud country blues rock and psychedelic swamp jangle for the grumpy ingrates congregated there....
Whiskey Myers
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In a modest rent house in the small East Texas town of Elkhart, Texas, Cody Cannon and Cody Tate began to write music, only dreaming of the success that is sure to follow. They began to incorporate the talent and imagination of friend and guitarist John Jeffers....
Turnpike Troubadours
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A gritty, country-leaning roots rock band out of Oklahoma, the Turnpike Troubadours at their best synthesize the populist, political folk of Woody Guthrie and the outlaw-styled honky tonk of Waylon Jennings with doses of bluegrass, Cajun and straight-out rock dynamics....
Midnight River Choir
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The story of Midnight River Choir is proof that sometimes great bands just happen. One night, four strangers ended up on a late night float trip down the Guadalupe River. As they made their way down the river singing songs, the beautiful harmonies floated into the heads of sleeping campers....
William Clark Green
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With honest and personal lyrics, William Clark Green’s music lures-in and relates his audience to real-life inspiration. Growing up in small-town Flint, Texas, Will started writing at thirteen....
Location & Nearby Info
Dell Diamond
3400 E. Palm Valley Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78664
512-250-8438 x 118
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July 24, 2008 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - Michael Corcoran

Is it fair to call a singer-songwriter derivative if the person he sounds like is his older brother?

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May 31, 2010 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - Michael Corcoran

I’m back, just in time for “East TX Rust,” which sounds like what might happen if Jerry Reed (as channeled by Ray Wylie Hubbard) invited Stevie Wonder to stop by the studio with his clavinet.

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June 22, 2009 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - Michael Corcoran

For all the talk about this being Robison’s divorce album, it’s the strong singing, the tangle of guitars and the driving production, not the lyrics, that make this the Bandera native’s best album to date. On his first album in five years, Robison gets his swagger back. “Feelin’ Good” may come close to trampling worn Pat Green territory, but Rich Brotherton’s mandolin and Robison’s happy-go-lucky vocals, give it the neccessary freshness.

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March 30, 2009 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - Michael Corcoran

Southern rock can be a scary term that conjures a triple bill- $ 10 at the door- featuring Molly Hatchet, .38 Special and the bassist from Wet Willie’s new band. But Austin’s Uncle Lucius takes the ’70s form to a soulful new direction on the debut LP “Pick Your Head Up.”

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(no rating) Aug. 13, 2012 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - Peter Mongillo

On the first song on its new album, "And You Are Me" (out Aug. 28 on eOne) Austin-based roots rock outfit Uncle Lucius sings of existential resignation — birth, life, death, rebirth. With galloping drums, bottomed out horns and even a hint of Southern metal, it's sharper and more ambitious than the self-released 2009 album "Pick Your Head Up."

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