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Adam Carroll
Rear Window Listening Room
Ganado, TX
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Adam Carroll

Robert Earl Keen Recommends Adam Carroll
(Devin Grant) The Post and Courier, Charleston, NC
The Post and Courier - Preview: "Have you heard any new artists recently that knocked you out?"
Robert Earl Keen: "I'm not a music maven, so I can't really say who's good and who's bad. I know a few people that I think are underrated. There's a guy named Adam Carroll that I've known for two or three years, and he writes some really clever, almost John Prine-like songs, and then he writes some just beautiful (descriptions) of things that happen in Texas."

CD Review Far Away Blues
Miles Of Music
"Texas troubadour Adam Carroll has been compared to a variety of songwriting talent, with folks like John Prine and Bob Dylan placed on either end of the spectrum. Carroll's own natural ease and good nature allows him a singular and distinct place in the rich history of Texas singer/songwriters. Working again with producer Lloyd Maines (Dixie Chicks, Pat Green, Joe Ely), he presents an open, crisply produced collection of country-folk that's both intimate and honest. The live presence of his performances is brought forward as he calls out, with his native drawl, the title of each song before setting to task on his acoustic guitar. Moments of sublime tenderness are balanced with ramblin and rollin songs filled with local color and regional humor. Greater use of supporting instruments such as Dobro, mandolin, piano and even strings, add more color, raising the bar a bit over his previous three studio outings. Also, it doesn't hurt to have the great Ray Wylie Hubbard on board for a co-write and duet the tune with the great sing-a-long chorus, Last Day of Grace. (Blue Corn Music)"


CD Review Far Away Blues
(Linda Ray) No Depression Magazine
"Adam Carroll might be peddling short stories to the New Yorker today had he not fallen into a rock n' roll fantasy, namely the notion that he could get girls with a guitar. He's not saying if it worked, but literature's loss is music's gain. Carroll's keen observations of the commonplace yield characters as familiar as the next cab driver, or the guy slinging suds in the coffee shop kitchen. With marvelous economy, the former student of poetry and creative writing imparts a vital sense of character and motivation, like, say, Faulkner or Steinbeck, or, for that matter, Guy Clark."


If you want to make it an "evening out," come early for a first class dinner at the Rear Window. Dinner is served from 6:30 - 7:15! The meal is masterfully cooked and catered by Lori at Ganado CafĂ©  where your taste buds and appetite are always satisfied in a well-above-average way!
Seriously ... this is a mouthwatering feast you can't buy anywhere but here!



Rear Window Listening Room
107 East Menefee Street
Ganado, TX 77962
United States

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Music > Singer/Songwriter

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No


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