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SEASON PASS to The Starlight Series
The Movie Lounge in The Starlight Balllroom
Fort Smith, AR
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SEASON PASS to The Starlight Series
STARLIGHT SERIES: An introduction:

What happens when two like-minded business owners get together and plan one of their ultimate evenings of food and entertainment? The Starlight Series happens! The owners of The Movie Lounge and R. Landry's have partnered to create a top-notch music series complemented by incredible food, drinks and atmosphere, for when it comes to entertainment, food, service, atmosphere, and anything else for that matter, The Movie Lounge and R. Landry's give the best quality!
Each part of this 3 part series will be held in The Starlight Ballroom, hence "The Starlight Series" to just under 200 people for an intimate and close setting. We will have an upscale menu featuring select dinner items from the areas from which each location the shows themes are based on, with tea and water inclusive. The Movie Lounge and R. Landry's chefs, Will Greenwood (The Movie Lounge) and Natalie Wallace (chef and co-owner of R. Landry's) will pair complementary dishes for each event. Each event WILL HAVE VEGETARIAN AND VEGAN OPTIONS.  CALL FOR THIS OPTION.  
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS GET FIRST PICK of SEATING: Call 479-226-3595 for reservations.
Also Available for sale at the Show:
To top things off, theme-based cocktails and libations will be overseen by the Movie Lounges' Jeff Price.
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HERE IS A SUMMARY OF EACH EVENT:

Part 1: The Interstate I40 Exchange
September 19, 2012

An Introduction to Part 1:  Starring The Patrice Pike Duo, Carter Sampson, The Movie Lounge, R. Landry's, and Fort Smith's favorite Libations!
At the beginning of our series, Part 1 will be a reflection of everything that is the Starlight Series.  As the midway point in the I40, Fort Smith is blessed to receive the cultural effects of the world quicker than many others through food, drink, entertainment, and otherwise.  Why else would there be a little Cajun Restaurant in the same small town as an upscale Movie Lounge with a Premiere Music and Food series?  Part 1 will celebrate what our businesses reflect, through the food we offer and the music that the I40 has brought to us.  It seems only natural.  

The Food and Drinks:
For the food, Will Greenwood will take some of his favorite dishes from the Movie Lounge while Natalie Wallace will feature some of her favorites from R. Landry's on the buffet.  Our drinks and cocktails will be featuring brews and cocktails that have made big impressions on the area by way of the I40.  Be sure to ask around for any featured drinks or cocktails!

The Music:
For the music, we have brought in Patrice Pike, an internationally touring and critically acclaimed musician with Billboard hits under her belt. Opening for Patrice will be Nationally touring and upcoming artist Carter Sampson, a natural talent that has been stunning audiences all over the nation.


Part 2: The Nashville Hit Makers Songwriter Round
October 17, 2012

An Introduction to Part 2:  Starring the Hit Makers Heath Wright Duo and Brett Jones Songwriter Swap, Nashville Inspired Food, with Cocktails and Brews to Match!
For Part 2 we are celebrating Nashville, TN where the food is as rich as the tradition of country music is in the south. Nashville, TN has long been known as one of the music epicenters of the world.  Daily, people travel to Nashville to see if they can make it in the music business.  The vast majority of musicians, regardless of their level of talent, will leave town with their hearts broken, their wallets empty, and their dreams crushed.  Yet, there are a few that make a living there as musicians and even rarer few that have done exceptionally well in the business.  Some are the Hit Makers...

The Food and Drinks:  Chef Will and Natalie are working up some of their favorite southern traditional foods for the buffet.  Nashville, TN is deep in the heart of the South baby, so get ready to lock you lips around some good ole' southern food!  There have been whispers of "teas" from our resident drink master Jeff are in the air.  Mmm Mmm!

The Music:
For the live music we have brought in two of Nashville's Hit Makers, Heath Wright and Brett Jones. Watch out because these guys can tell sad stories one minute and then rock you like none other the next! You may remember Heath's band Ricochet, which blazed trails in the mid-1990's earning the New Vocal Group of the Year award from the Academy of Country Music and several other CMA and ACM nominations. Top 10 hits (and even a multi-week #1) on the Billboard charts were no stranger to Heath and his band." -Heath Wright Bio  As for Brett, "he has had over 100 major recordings, and 14 top 10 records, including seven number one records. His most recent hits have been: Billy Currington's "That's How Country Boys Roll", Jason Aldean's July 2010 chart topper, "Crazytown" and Justin Moore's #1 single, "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away". He recently achieved rare status in country music by having number one records in each of the past three decades."-Brett Jones Performance Document So Get ready for an entertaining evening with two of Nashville's best talents!


Part 3: From the Heart of Austin
November 7, 2012

An Introduction to Part 3:  Shelley King, Susan Gibson, and Wendy Collona in Songwriter Round; Austin Inspired Food, with Cocktails and Brews to Match!
Part 3 of our series takes us to Austin, Tx, a cultural epicenter of the United States.  Right in the heart of Texas sits one of the world's largest music cities and cultural melting pots.  Austin has become home to countless musicians, cultures, and creeds.  
If one were to walk down Austin's infamous 6th street for only a few blocks, you would site restaurants that vary from Sushi, Mexican, Organically inspired American food, Vietnamese food, Cajun inspired Seafood spots, and so much more!  Every other spot and more has Live music streaming out of the doors with influences from blues to trance
music.  This part of our series will surely bring the delights of Austin's dynamic culture!

The Food and Drinks:
The food is hugely inspired by their Mexican neighbors and believe or not, BBQ is a local tradition.  As mentioned previously, all sorts of cultures have influenced this town, so you never know what will pop up on the buffet.  You should make room for a some incredible cocktails and beer pairings in this round!  We were all very excited at the possibilities in parings here!  Will, Natalie, and Jeff will be fixing you right up!

The Music:
If one were to take their pick of Austin Divas, they would never run out of choices! Soul, blues, and country laden singer-songwriters Shelley King, Susan Gibson, and Wendy Colonna are no exception. Shelley has had one of her song's recorded by Nancy Sinatra while Susan Gibson has written "Wide Open Spaces" for the Dixie Chicks. As For Wendy, this sultry Soul and Blues songstress has multiple awards for her songwriting that has gotten her into Austin City Limits Band of The Year!



About The Movie Lounge:
According to the Southwest Times Record, "Like the name suggests, the Movie Lounge combines the movie-going and noshing experience by serving food and drinks within its two theaters. It also offers a separate dining room and main lounge"  that according to The Movie Lounge's website, is "Redefining the entertainment experience, MovieLounge is a triple feature of food, fun and film! Featuring world-class dining, movies, special events and entertainment."  
From the reviews, it's not just a line to be touted by their website, The Movie Lounge IS redefining the entertainment experience in Fort Smith, AR.  One customer recently stated, "The atmosphere, the food, the staff, everything was great!"

About R. Landry's
You would never know the rich history behind R Landry's by just visiting it's rustic location at 613 Garrison Ave, in Fort Smith, AR.  Owners Natalie Wallace and Dori Colston have a lot to brag about, between the authentic Cajun and Creole food, the boiler menu, the cool laid-back atmosphere, friendly-attentive staff, and so much more.  The thing is, the place started over 20 years ago with Natalie's parents Randy and Charline Landry.

Randy and Charline had a love affair with good food and as it turns out Randy was an amazing chef himself.  In 1990, after constant begging from friends and relatives, Randy and Charline decided to open up their first location in Poteau, OK.  They opened on Mother's Day to a swarm of people.  They now lovingly refer to that day as "Mother's Day Massacre."

Randy's recipes were a smash hit.  In 1992 the Landrys moved to Fort Smith, AR across from the Holiday Inn on Rogers Ave.  By this time Natalie had been "tricked" into cooking for the family and that was a good thing! Fort Smith locals and travelers alike fell in love with their new Cajun restaurant.

By 1997 Randy and Charline had decided to retire from the restaurant business, but Natalie had not.  She and her partner Dori decided to open a Landry's.  A To Go location appeared at the corner of Rogers and Greenwood Avenue in August of 1999.  Once again the restaurant was a smashing success.  By May of 2000 Natalie and her partner Dori had outgrown their small beginnings and moved to Brunwick Place.

Brunwick Place was a crowd and Landry family favorite for eight years.  Lunches were hopping as were the weekends.  Live Music became a regular part of the Landry's tradition here as did the massive beer menu.  Adults and kids alike called this their favorite restaurant.

By late 2007 Landry's had once again outgrown their spot and found an amazing place on Garrison Ave.  They opened in January of 2008 and have been going gangbusters ever since!  They are still the favorite place to go for countless people any time of the week, especially on the weekends!  So come on in and enjoy our great selection of Cajun, Creole, and Boiler items.  Don't forget the kids menu!  R. Landry's also have a full bar, wine menu and 100 beers with 29 on tap!

About The Artist's

Patrice Pike:
"Austin, Texas is known for its laid back, bohemian yet ultra committed music scene--something Austin native Patrice Pike immediately conveys. She's been a professional musician and songwriter since she was sixteen, but has maintained such a raw, down-to-earth quality and irrepressible talent that Billboard magazine proclaimed her "one of the finest up and coming contemporary rock singers in America". On the surface you may hear about these things but there's more than meets the eye and the music biz spins

Pike is known to many as the electric front woman for the seminal Austin jam band Sister Seven which she co-founded when she was barely out of The High School for the performing and visual arts at Booker T. Washington in Dallas Texas. Their first major label album was a rare and unique live recording which at that time was unheard of in the music industry for a new breaking band. Patrice wrote and sang Sister Seven's top 10 Billboard hit "Know What You Mean'. She was the USA Songwriting Competition Grand Prize Winner overall for the song "My Three Wishes", co-written with her Sister Seven band members. In this contest she also garnered top prize for Pop category for "Nobody Knows" written with famed songwriter/producer John Shanks. And then, before stardom ever fully materialized, it evaporated. The band lost its label affiliation in the much publicized Arista shakeup that culminated in the firing of music industry legend Clive Davis. Patrice's band mates needed to be with their families after being on the road incessantly for 9 years. They disbanded in 2000.

Even as the band was flaming out, Pike was already in the process of being reenergized as a songwriter. Her solo material has taken an increasingly narrative turn. Over the past decade, she has independently released four acclaimed solo records, showcasing her socially astute, literate lyrics alongside her powerful vocals. She has toured relentlessly, both in the U.S. and overseas, building an impressive grassroots fan base. She has co-created numerous records and musical groups, toured all over the United States and Western Europe and just plain impressed those who've seen, heard and watched her. The resilient Pike has been able to adapt repeatedly to a rapidly changing music landscape that bears no resemblance to the one she entered as a 16 year old. Patrice was the youngest musician inducted into the Austin/Texas Music Hall of Fame. Along with that honor she was also named Musician of the Year, Best Female Vocalist, and Song of the year in Austin for her song Beautiful Thing, which she debuted on CBS in the Summer of 2006.

She has continued to grow and evolve as both a songwriter and a performer, and is currently producing arguably the finest work of her music career even as she confronts the uncertainty of an industry in steep decline. She has performed in every possible live scenario from shed tours of traveling festivals like Lilith and HORDE tour to music festival institutions like Austin City Limit's, High Sierra, Strawberry, and Kerrville festivals as well as community theaters, clubs and house concerts. She is known to her dedicated fans from diverse communities as a phenomenal and sincere live performer who is willing and grateful to play for them wherever they need and want her to be. Long a respected social and environmental activist, she is also the co-founder and now executive director of the Grace Foundation of Texas, an organization that provides services for young adult survivors of homelessness."
."If you listen well, you will hear it in her voice and her music. She is as passionate as they come and in one of her own fans words, "Patrice is truly unforgettable. I listen to her as much as I can. I love the love she sings. I know it's real."-Patrice Pike Biography


Carter Sampson:

"Carter Sampson is an Okie born, Fayetteville, AR based singer-songwriter. Blessed by a musical legacy from a family that includes such talents as Roy Orbison, Carter's journey as a musician seems to have been predestined. A naturally independent free spirit, what started as a pass-time at age 15 had matured into a dedicated passion of creation and performance. Her empowering, relatable and appealing music has garnered her an incredibly diverse and loyal fan base. Audiences and sound engineers alike find that appearances can be deceiving as this diminutive figure delivers a powerful and compelling performance. Carter has made several appearances at the songwriter's Mecca, The Blue Door, both opening for artists such as Patrice Pike, Christine Kane and Susan Gibson and headlining her own shows. She has also played The Blue Door's Annual Tribute to Woody Guthrie along with Ray Wylie Hubbard and Kevin Welch.  Her radio debut was made on 107.7 FM's "For the Sake of the Song" radio show with "I'll Be Around". Since then her music has had radio play across the nation. Carter also plays many outdoor festivals, which have included Amnesty International's "Groovefest", the Paseo Arts Festival, the Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts, The Illinois River Jam and has performed twice at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in Okemah, OK. Nationally, Carter has entertained in the subways of Boston creating a following there that quickly led to club dates in Boston and Cambridge including Leslie College. Carter has opened shows for The Elephant Revival, Pat Green and toured Texas and Oklahoma with Bitch and Animal of Ani DiFranco's Righteous Babe Records. She currently tours regularly in OK, KS, NM, AR and CO."
Carter Sampson Biography

Brett Jones:

Originally from Warm Springs, Georgia, Brett moved to Nashville 22 years ago, and signed a publishing deal songwriting for famous country singer Ronnie Millsaps' company. His first hit in the U.S. country market was a 1993 top twenty hit, Confederate Railroad's "When and Where." Since then he has had over 100 major recordings, and 14 top 10 records, including seven number one records. His most recent hits have been: Billy Currington's "That's How Country Boys Roll", Jason Aldean's July 2010 chart topper, "Crazytown" and Justin Moore's #1 single, "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away". He recently achieved rare status in country music by having number one records in each of the past three decades.

In addition to his acclaimed songwriting, Brett is also a captivating stage performer. Having opened up for such acts as: Tracy Byrd, Little Texas, Andy Griggs, Confederate Railroad, Billy Currington, Michael McDonald, Darryl Worley and many more.


Heath Wright:

"There's a thousand little towns you ain't never heard about out in the Heartland" is the opening line to one of Heath Wright's favorite songs. And why not? Because right in the middle of small-town, heartland America sits Vian, OK. If you have ever imagined what life was like in the country, with horses, cows, barbed-wire fences and blackberry bushes; and the owner of the general store knows everyone by name (and whether you were in church or jail last Sunday morning) well, this is the place. Heath Wright has always called Vian, OK "home" (even during the 15-year period that he lived in Nashville, TN) where he still has life-long friends and lives at the same ranch on which he grew up, the Rockin' W. It was on this ranch that Heath (as he describes it) had his first real audience to sing toa herd of Hereford cows that he and his dad raised for beef and Heath's college fund. According to Heath, "I was painfully shy as a child and couldn't stand the thought of singing to an audience of real people just yet."
As the story goes...
Heath had a guitar given to him when he was five, but like the typical little boy, he got frustrated when he couldn't figure it out and "shoved it under the bed." It was on his 9th birthday that Heath received his first guitar lesson. At that point, Heath was hooked for life. Though he was playing in a band by age 11, Heath was still painfully shy, only playing the guitar parts and seldom stepping up to the microphone to sing a song. Family and friends would beg him to play and sing. But even with the coaxing, it was difficult to overcome the shyness. Only when Heath got to "a certain age" did he lose this shyness. As he puts it, "when I realized it was a good way to impress the girls, well..I guess I was cured of it!"
Heath performed in the High School band as well as a few local bands during his youth, yet it was Ricochet that was to be his first and biggest musical accomplishment in life. After High School, Heath attended Northeastern State University where he received a Bachelor's degree in Business Management. He then went out on the road with a few regional bands but soon realized that he wanted to expand his musical training. So Heath enrolled in a college with a unique type of degree programa Country Music degree!! Heath attended South Plains College in Levelland, TX earning his Commercial Music Degree and graduating on May 15, 1993. The day after graduation he packed his dad's old 1982 GMC truck and left for home. A short stop off at the Rockin' W Ranch to give his love to his family and friends was on the agenda before he set out on the most important road trip of his life. It was finally time for him to make the move that he'd always dreamed ofthe move to Nashville, TN.
Heath headed towards Nashville after those few short days to play an awaiting gig with the band Lariat. It was only a matter of months before circumstances disbanded Lariat and reshaped them into Heath's dream band, Ricochet, with original Lariat members and brothers Jeff and Junior Bryant and new members Greg Cook (Heath's childhood friend from Vian), Eddie Kilgallon, and Teddy Carr.
It was Ricochet that would take Heath on the biggest musical journey of his life thus far.
Heath brought to Ricochet his vocal, instrumental and bandleader skills, garnering some of the highest recognitions in the music industry. They quickly blazed trails in the mid-1990's earning the New Vocal Group of the Year award from the Academy of Country Music and several other CMA and ACM nominations. Top 10 hits (and even a multi-week #1) on the Billboard charts were no stranger to Heath and his band, Ricochet. During their highest point, Heath and Ricochet made numerous television appearances on Country Music Awards shows (as performers, presenters and nominees), the Grand Ole Opry, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Life these days for Heath is filled with family and community commitments, on top of his musical career. Heath has become involved in what he says would have been his other career path had he not chosen music (being a rodeo cowboy) by becoming a board member of the Old Fort Days Rodeo Committee in Fort Smith, AR. He often attends and plays at these types of events whenever possible.



Wendy Colonna:
Wendy Colonna is a Louisiana girl with a blend of Cajun and Italian ancestry; a perfectly sexy combo that translates well in her music. A young woman who has decidedly come into her own, the dark-eyed Colonna fills her musical space with a throaty voice, deep-down retro roots and soul.

Colonna admits that the path of a musician isn't always the easiest, but she can't imagine chucking her dream. "I do this work because it calls to me; I have learned that what I'm doing has a powerful effect on people's lives; it heals and transforms. So I just keep doing it. After all, isn't persistence and perseverance necessary in all forms of love?"

Having grown up in Southwest Louisiana in a working class home, Colonna's self confidence has not always come easy, even if she makes it look that way. "Life is full of hard knocks," she realizes. "As long as I'm in touch with my roots, my family, my friends and source, all is possible." Indeed, Colonna's seriously strong pipes and songwriting prove that age does foster wisdom and practice does, indeed, make perfect. "My writing is influenced most by songwriters who's work is so nerve-strikingly personal and universally accessible. . . Jackson Browne, Carole King, Marvin Gaye, Randy Newman, Willie Dixon, Leonard Cohen, Ray LaMontagne and countless others. They touch your soul and let you bring your own stories and characters to the music. . . That's what I aspire to in writing melodies and lyrics and working with grooves."

A multi-award winning talent who was also voted Austin's "Best Singer Songwriter" (Austin American Statesman), Colonna is a down-to-earth gal. She regularly cleanses her spirit, conjures musical inspirations and practices yoga on the banks of Barton Springs. "Everyone needs an accessible means and a language for caring for themselves. Making music and yoga are mine." Like a rock in hurricane, Colonna will continue to move through the music business with the wind behind her, a force of nature that is consistent, strong and rich, like her pipes and her stories.  Christine Cox

Susan Gibson:
In 1990 Susan Gibson went to college; it was there she found her love of trees and open mics. When pressure grew to pick one or the other, she moved to Amarillo to join forces with the Groobees, a choice that produced 3 albums, 5 sets of hard feelings, and one shoulder tattoo. During that time, esteemed producer Lloyd Maines, in an effort to get his daughter out of the house, sent Natalie Maines and the Gibson penned "Wide Open Spaces" to the Dixie Chicks. The rest is political and socioeconomic history. Recently, after being asked enough about it for the past decade, Gibson had to look up just what exactly the Dixie Chicks did win at the Grammy's in 1999. Google affirmed that she did indeed write the title track to a Grammy award-winning album.

In 2002, the promising solo album debut of Chin Up went horribly awry after an unfortunate typo coupled with a proofreader afflicted with glaucoma ended in Gibson mistakenly offering a "free bonus truck" with each purchase instead of a "free bonus track." Regardless, the album was met with acclaim from fans, critics, and members of the United Auto Workers alike.

2005 brought about the release of Outerspace, which against the wishes of esteemed producer Jack Saunders, has no title track because no song on the record is actually called "Outerspace." Gibson embarked on several blind date writing sessions that birthed tunes like "Happiest when I'm Moving" with Jim Lauderdale and "Together Strong" with Randy Scruggs and Jack Saunders. "Happiest" spends summers with Lauderdale on his record "Hummingbird" and school years and alternate Christmases on Gibson's album.

A hefty touring schedule and 137 oil changes later, Gibson released 2008's "New Dog, Old Tricks," which, against the wishes of esteemed producer Walt Wilkins, has no title track because no song on the record is actually called "New Dog" or "Old Tricks." It is a simply resplendent collection of re-recorded Groobees tracks and new songs. Tracks include "Baby Teeth," and "Start Over." Tracks include "Baby Teeth," and "Start Over."

In 2011 Gibson did what no one ever expected would happen; she titled her fourth album after a song on the actual album.  TightRope was birthed even though she expressed uneasiness at the title decision because the obvious choice was "Susan Sings the Songs of Wang Chung" (as there are no Wang Chung songs on the record). It was released to acclaim from fans and critics alike, with the exception of one Mr. Wayne Mansfield in Carbondale, IL, who probably listened to it on poor quality headphones after a bad day at work and did not acclaim over it as much as everyone else.

Gibson's performance style is suited to any venue, from solo acoustic in living rooms to raucous full bands in Texas dance halls and everything in between. She will get uncomfortably close to broaching your personal space boundaries at a house concert, or tell just-inappropriate-enough jokes to make the crowd in an attentive listening room blush but feel good about it.

These days you'll find Gibson on the road anywhere from Terlingua, Texas to New York City, flirting with Freight liner Sprinter and Honda mechanics in every state. Her immediate plans consist of touring the U.S., Canada, and Europe in support of TightRope and working on her yet untitled next album, which against the wishes of whichever esteemed producer she chooses, will probably not have a title track because no song on the record will actually be called whatever she ends up titling it. When asked about her long-term future plans, she says she often wishes she were a scientist.

Shelley King:

In 1990 Susan Gibson went to college; it was there she found her love of trees and open mics. When pressure grew to pick one or the other, she moved to Amarillo to join forces with the Groobees, a choice that produced 3 albums, 5 sets of hard feelings, and one shoulder tattoo. During that time, esteemed producer Lloyd Maines, in an effort to get his daughter out of the house, sent Natalie Maines and the Gibson penned "Wide Open Spaces" to the Dixie Chicks. The rest is political and socioeconomic history. Recently, after being asked enough about it for the past decade, Gibson had to look up just what exactly the Dixie Chicks did win at the Grammy's in 1999. Google affirmed that she did indeed write the title track to a Grammy award-winning album.

In 2002, the promising solo album debut of Chin Up went horribly awry after an unfortunate typo coupled with a proofreader afflicted with glaucoma ended in Gibson mistakenly offering a "free bonus truck" with each purchase instead of a "free bonus track." Regardless, the album was met with acclaim from fans, critics, and members of the United Auto Workers alike.

2005 brought about the release of Outerspace, which against the wishes of esteemed producer Jack Saunders, has no title track because no song on the record is actually called "Outerspace." Gibson embarked on several blind date writing sessions that birthed tunes like "Happiest when I'm Moving" with Jim Lauderdale and "Together Strong" with Randy Scruggs and Jack Saunders. "Happiest" spends summers with Lauderdale on his record "Hummingbird" and school years and alternate Christmases on Gibson's album.

A hefty touring schedule and 137 oil changes later, Gibson released 2008's "New Dog, Old Tricks," which, against the wishes of esteemed producer Walt Wilkins, has no title track because no song on the record is actually called "New Dog" or "Old Tricks." It is a simply resplendent collection of re-recorded Groobees tracks and new songs. Tracks include "Baby Teeth," and "Start Over." Tracks include "Baby Teeth," and "Start Over."

In 2011 Gibson did what no one ever expected would happen; she titled her fourth album after a song on the actual album.  TightRope was birthed even though she expressed uneasiness at the title decision because the obvious choice was "Susan Sings the Songs of Wang Chung" (as there are no Wang Chung songs on the record). It was released to acclaim from fans and critics alike, with the exception of one Mr. Wayne Mansfield in Carbondale, IL, who probably listened to it on poor quality headphones after a bad day at work and did not acclaim over it as much as everyone else.

Gibson's performance style is suited to any venue, from solo acoustic in living rooms to raucous full bands in Texas dancehalls and everything in between. She will get uncomfortably close to broaching your personal space boundaries at a house concert, or tell just-inappropriate-enough jokes to make the crowd in an attentive listening room blush but feel good about it.

These days you'll find Gibson on the road anywhere from Terlingua, Texas to New York City, flirting with Freightliner Sprinter and Honda mechanics in every state. Her immediate plans consist of touring the U.S., Canada, and Europe in support of TightRope and working on her yet untitled next album, which against the wishes of whichever esteemed producer she chooses, will probably not have a title track because no song on the record will actually be called whatever she ends up titling it. When asked about her long-term future plans, she says she often wishes she were a scientist.

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Location

The Movie Lounge in The Starlight Balllroom (View)
7601 Rogers Ave.
Fort Smith, AR 72903
United States


Categories

Food > Beer, Wine, and Spirits
Food > Food
Music > Americana
Music > Blues
Music > Country
Music > Folk
Music > Indie
Music > Other
Music > Singer/Songwriter

Minimum Age: 18
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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