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    Bob Livingston

    Presented by at Anderson Fair

    June 18, 2011

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    Bob Livingston

    Anderson Fair presents Bob Livingston.

    BOB LIVINGSTON has never been a traditional Texas country musician living the honky-tonk life even though he has spent more than his share of time on the roadhouse circuit with some of Texas’ most colorful musicians. Livingston grew up in Lubbock and moved to Austin in 1971 after playing on Michael Murphey's album Geronimo’s...

    Anderson Fair presents Bob Livingston.

    BOB LIVINGSTON has never been a traditional Texas country musician living the honky-tonk life even though he has spent more than his share of time on the roadhouse circuit with some of Texas’ most colorful musicians. Livingston grew up in Lubbock and moved to Austin in 1971 after playing on Michael Murphey's album Geronimo’s Cadillac. Austin was a creative boom town whirling with excitement and busting at the seams. The streets were full of musicians, poets, artists and dancers. There were plenty of places to play and a lot of music to be made.

    Livingston quickly hooked up with Jerry Jeff Walker and joined his band. They toured and recorded several albums including the 1973's quintessential progressive country rock album, Viva Terlingua! In 1974, Livingston, Gary Nunn and John Inmon founded the Lost Gonzo Band and between tours for Walker, found time to record two records for MCA (Lost Gonzo Band and Thrills) and one for Capitol (Signs of Life). Rolling Stone called the Gonzo’s self titled debut record, “one of the best albums to ever come out of Austin.”

    Livingston has been called a 'cosmic cowboy' for good reason. He's looked into the music and mysteries of other cultures and tours in countries like India, Pakistan, Africa, and the Middle East and Vietnam.


    Anderson Fair

    2007 Grant
    Houston, TX 77006

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    $15


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    Doors open at 8pm
     


    phone: 832-212-4057

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    Free on-street parking.



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