Bob Schneider and Hayes Carll to Play the Fox Theatre, 5/29; Tickets on Sale 1/31

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Z2 Entertainment will present Bob Schneider and Hayes Carll at the Fox Theatre on Thursday, May 29th, 2014.

Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, January 31st at 12:00 pm for $20 advanced or $23 day of show. Tickets are on sale at Fox Theatre Box Office. Call (303) 786-7030 for tickets by phone. Tickets are also available through www.foxtheatre.com.

Bob Schneider and Hayes Carll are two profound Texan musicians coming together for a musical collaboration that will leave audiences entertained everywhere!

Bob Schneider is not new to this game. He has built his career as a working class musician and as a result has an institution of faithful followers all across the country with a mega-fan-base epicenter in Austin. There have been highs, the near-breakthrough success of 'Lonelyland,' and the "next big thing" hype that surrounded it. And lows, as he was subsequently dropped by two labels. However, through it all he sustained and even flourished as an independent artist releasing five albums, hundreds of digital singles, and fronting three bands simultaneously. Yet, Schneider still continues to push himself in a multitude of creative directions now with the beguiling melodies of 'Lovely Creatures' Undoubtedly, with 'Lovely Creatures,' Bob Schneider delivers the album that his fans have long wanted. Yearning choruses, sharp lyrics that are at times funny and alternately tragic, memorable melodies, and clever surprises all converge on 'Lovely Creatures' in an ear-friendly fashion that promises heavy rotation for fans and newly converTed Schneider-philes.

Born Joshua Hayes Carll, Texas singer and songwriter Hayes Carll received his first guitar at the age of 15 and almost immediately began writing songs, influenced by the likes of Bob Dylan, John Prine, Kris Kristofferson, Dead Poets Society, and the Beat novels and writings of Jack Kerouac, all of which continued to reverberate in his mature songwriting style. After graduating with a history degree from Hendrix College in Conway, AR in 1998, Carll returned to Texas, settling in Crystal Beach, where he played his own material in the local bars. After a stay in Austin, he returned home and continued to play gigs in the Galveston and Houston area, picking up a loyal following. He signed to Compadre Records and released a debut album, Flowers and Liquor, which garnered him favorable comparisons to Townes Van Zandt, in 2002. Turning down a deal from Sugar Hill Records, Carll released his second album, Little Rock, on his own Highway 87 Records -- produced by R.S. Field, it reached the top spot on the Americana charts in 2005. Carll signed with Lost Highway Records a year later in 2006. The label released Trouble in Mind in 2008, which contained the clever and increasingly iconic "She Left Me for Jesus," a song Carll had co-written with Brian Keane. Now firmly established as a next-generation singer and writer in the Van Zandt/Guy Clark/Ray Wylie Hubbard style of maverick country-folk, Carll released a second album for Lost Highway, KMAG YOYO (the title comes from the military and is an abbreviation for "Kiss My Ass Guys, You're On Your Own")




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