Opening: Mike Herz
As stark and stoic as Bruce Springsteen's stripped-down solo work, "Dead Reckoning" shines a light on the raw, real beauty of Rod Picott's storytelling and sandpaper-scrubbed voice. Out Past the Wires, his double-disc collection of darkly desperate folk songs, marks the highlight of a career that began in his mid-thirties, after he'd already logged more than a decade as a sheetrock hanger. Here, he funnels the worn-down wooziness of his former day job into a track about love won and lost, with harmonies from the Wild Ponies' Telisha Williams and a melody that warms – then breaks – the heart. R.C.
Rocky Mountain Folks Festival - Showcase Finalist 2017 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival - Emerging Artist 2016
NJ Folk Festival Songwriting Finalist 2015
"breathes new life into folk music." "It's rare to hear such emotion and insight evoked from an artist" - Danger's Theory (Music Review & News) - San Francisco
Sat, Sep 7 , 2019
$22 Advance, $30 Day of Show