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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Trail of the Dead, Big Cedar Fever, others booked for San Antonio's next Lonesome Lounge Sessions

Posted By on Tue, Jan 19, 2021 at 2:22 PM

click to enlarge Big Cedar Fever is among the acts scheduled for TPR's new season of Lonesome Lounge Sessions. - COURTESY OF BIG CEDAR FEVER
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  • Big Cedar Fever is among the acts scheduled for TPR's new season of Lonesome Lounge Sessions.

Texas Public Radio will present a new season of its Lonesome Lounge Sessions, a series of virtual performances by artists ranging from noisy rockers (And You Will Know Us By The) Trail of Dead to Western swing act Big Cedar Fever.

TPR and St. Mary's Strip honky tonk Lonesome Rose — its partner in the six-concert series — started the program in 2018, initially focusing on live performances broadcast from the club.

However, during the pandemic, the shows have been presented virtually through TPR's Facebook page. The Tuesday performances all start at 7 p.m. and will include:

  • January 25: Big Cedar Fever
  • February 8: King Pelican
  • February 22: (And You Will Know Us By The) Trail of Dead
  • March 8: A Giant Dog
  • March 22: D_Foy Music
  • April 5: Dreambored

On Tuesday, January 19, TPR will air an archived gig from blues and Americana performer Charley Crockett. That March 2020 session includes an onstage conversation with San Antonio alt-country mainstay Garrett T. Capps. It will also air at 7 p.m.

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