The Boo Gees!
Once the world catches onto this folk trio, you'll never hear the end of it! All kidding aside, The Boo Gees came together in a natural manner, typical of the fluid Austin music scene. The three performers have worked with one another in various forms over the past few decades. One of them invited the other two on a song swap at the much loved Hard Luck Lounge, and they enjoyed it so much they did it twice. Since then, in between their respective band's schedules, they've been getting together to sing and accompany one another performing songs in the round, highlighting all-ears-open musicianship and a love of harmonies. And while these three see music as a lifelong pursuit, they don't take themselves seriously, hence the name. The end result is a relaxed, no frills, enjoyable set by three old friends playing a few songs.
Beth Chrisman: "Singer and fiddler Beth Chrisman is a firebrand, and one hell of a performer!" -Devon Leger, Bluegrass Situation
Johnny Dango:“With his full embrace of the cosmic and ethereal, Johnny Dango feels like folk-rock's answer to Sturgill Simpson— Johnathan Frahm, PopMatters
Doug Strahan: "With lines like “…sometimes love just falls out of you,” Strahan proves that he isn’t all tone and presence; he can write one hell of a song too." -Kyle Coroneos Saving Country Music