Phil has been around the block... and back. A true Texas songwriting workhorse, Phil has been writing and touring both solo and with his band for nearly 20 years. We're excited to have him play at The Liberty Bell!
“Thieving Birds are like a breath of fresh air for your ears and soul. These guys are destined for big things through honestly good tunes made by five great dudes.” –Bart Crow
Thieving Birds are a band from Fort Worth, Texas that was formed in September of 2010. These five friends combine Rock, Country, Roots and Blues to create a unique musical offering to their audience. The lyrics are thoughtful and strong being carried by the sultry and powerful voice of vocalist and guitarist Ace Crayton. The Rhythm section is filled out by the strong and solid drumming of Beau Brauer along with the precise Bass playing of Rody Molder. Guitarists John Seidler and Jon ‘Fish’ Hunt weave leads and rhythm together to create a landscape of guitar work that make you feel as if you’re moving across the terrain of their great state.
If you only know her for writing the Dixie Chicks hit "Wide Open Spaces" you're really missing out! These tickets will sell out early so get them now!
$10 Advance $15 day of show
Wood & Wire - June 7th 9:00pm
Anyone wondering about Wood & Wire’s sound need not look any further than the four-piece band’s name, which honors the purity of acoustic instruments and the gorgeous music a skilled artist can coax out of just simple wood and wire.
The Austin-based band’s self-titled debut album released this year is an engaging collection of music that is deeply rooted in bluegrass traditions, although the members themselves draw upon country and Americana and listen to everything from Doc Watson to Led Zeppelin.
Jason Eady - June 12th 8:00pm
Jason Eady’s inspired new album Daylight and Dark embraces multiple styles of die-hard country music to weave together 11 songs about the deep, messy details of love and life. The disc is sequenced to follow the arc of one man’s journey through the complexities of the heart. But the semi-autobiographical Daylight and Dark is not a concept album. Instead, it’s a powerful study in honesty; a collection of real stories populated by real characters that coalesced around Eady’s title track.