Texas Red’s Winter Songwriters Festival

Friday, January 13th, 2012

I’ve been looking forward to announcing this for a while.

On Thursday, March 1st, Friday, March 2nd, and Saturday, March 3rd Susan Gibson, Jason Eady, Josh Grider, Kelley Mickwee (of The Trishas), Rick Fowler, Mike Addington and I will be taking part in the first ever Red River Winter Songwriters Festival,  in Red River, New Mexico.

What will this be, you ask?

Well, if you’ve ever wanted to spend a few days in the beautiful mountains of northern New Mexico, hanging out with some of your favorite songwriters, doing a little eating, drinking, and perhaps skiing… then this event is for you.

Firstly, tickets to this event will be extremely limited. We want the people who choose to attend the festival to feel like they’ve really been able to get to know the talented artists who will be taking part in this inaugural event. We want it to feel intimate, and we want it to be special.

There will be solo shows, duo shows, and shows where each artist will be backed by a talented band. There will be late night informal jams, early afternoon ski runs, and who know what else.

Mostly, it will be three days of music, love, friendship, food, drink, and the celebration of music and song.

So, if this sounds like something you’d be interested in, packages (accommodations, some food and drinks, and access to all shows) start at $195. I honestly can’t wait for the beginning of March to roll around. To secure your spot call 1-800-91-LODGE or 575-754-6284.

To connect with others attending, head over to the Facebook event page, give it a like, and let us know you’ll be coming.

See you in Red River!


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