Austinites! We will have our annual holiday sale on Monday, December 10th. Get yourself to KLRU’s Studio 6A (map), and knock out your holiday shopping!
Here’s the skinny:
Austin City Limits/KLRU Holiday Gift Fair
Mon. Dec. 10 from 5-7 p.m in Studio 6A (corner of Guadalupe and Dean Keeton Streets).
Limited edition posters, t-shirts, and more all $5-$20!
There will be live acoustic performances to get everyone in the holiday mood!
5:00pm Santiago Dietche
5:40pm Lauren Burton
6:20pm Willy McGee
Santiago Dietche is a folk singer born and raised in Austin, Texas. His music has been described as ramble-folk, trying to fit in as much information into each line as possible while maintaining somewhat basic structures. His influences range from Nick Drake to Conor Oberst to Damien Rice, staying true to the platform of acoustic guitar and vocals. His EP, Built Simple is currently available at raincollectors.bandcamp.com
for a pay-what-you-want price.
You can follow Santiago on Twitter @spiritussanti
Lauren Burton is a Kentucky-born singer/songwriter who started playing music when she was 14. She moved to Austin, Texas at the age of 16. You might have seen her performing in her band, Lauren and the Black List, which lasted for 2 years. Her current project is an indie-pop project called Darlings, which takes influence from Regina Spektor, Girls, and David Bazan. Lauren is hard at work on a new EP.
Willy McGee is an Austin native musician who grew up surrounded by good families. He spent a few years traveling and has played music in many places with very interesting people. He now lives in Austin, home sweet home. You can check out Willy’s music at willymcgee.bandcamp.com and follow him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/