Bruce Robison & Kelly Willis
Saturday, April 20, 2013, 8:00 pm (doors open at 7:00 pm)great originals and "hill country harmony" $20.50 advance / $22.50 at doorPurchase tickets online
April 20 8:00 pm

Bruce Robison & Kelly WillisBruce Robison is the writer of such No. 1 country hits as “Wrapped” for George Strait, “Angry All the Time” for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and “Travelin’ Solider” for the Dixie Chicks. Kelly Willis is a sensational singer with ten albums to her credit, the first few in the classic country style of Nashville, and the later ones in the alt-country style of Austin. Bruce and Kelly have been married since 1996, and they’ve been collaborating on raising their four children, ages seven to 12, for the past many years, but their new album, Cheater’s Game, is their first as a duo. “We didn’t want to get lost in a duo because we’re so different,” Kelly says, “and we’ve each worked so hard to establish our own careers.”

Sometimes, though, chemistry can’t be denied. Bruce and Kelly just sound so good together, they had to collaborate – and the result is an album featuring seven originals and six covers of classic and contemporary country songs, from Don Williams’s “We’re All the Way” to Robert Earl Keen’s “No Kinda Dancer.” The album has won praise from just about every reviewer. The Wall Street Journal calls it “a masterful collection” and the New York Times calls it “a labor of love.”

Country music is known for its famous couples – Johnny Cash and June Carter, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, George Jones and Tammy Wynette. It’s time to add Bruce and Kelly to the conversation. “Kelly’s voice is our silver bullet,” Bruce says. “When she sings a song, it turns it into a country song.” Bruce could have gone further. When Kelly and Bruce sing a song, it turns into something you don’t want to miss!

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