Producer Gurf Morlix to Play Club Passim, 3/28
|Producer Gurf Morlix Plays Club Passim Tonight|
March 28, 2014
|Austin Country Stars Brennen Leigh and Noel McKay Perform at El Cid Tonight|
December 12, 2013
|Austin Country Stars Brennen Leigh and Noel McKay to Perform at El Cid, 12/12|
December 03, 2013
|Related: Gurf Morlix, Gurf Morlix Finds the Present Tense|
Though Gurf Morlix is known for producing chart topping records for artists like Ray Wylie Hubbard, Lucinda Williams, Slaid Cleaves, and Robert Earl Keen, his own records are top spins by Folk/Roots stations across the country and in Europe. Morlix plays Club Passim Friday, March 28 in support of his latest album, Gurf Morlix Finds the Present Tense. It's ten songs of desperation and desire, done in his unsettlingly honest style.
Roy Kasten of KDHX says that Morlix writes "with a flair for wit & mystery." And of his latest record, Gurf Morlix Finds the Present Tense, "...it is acoustic country blues with flashes of electric lightning and crazy carnival organ when least expected." Bill Bentley of the Austin Chronicle says, "The man sings with such beautiful sadness..."
Morlix is an Americana Music Association Award Winner and multiple nominee for Instrumentalist of the Year, and so fulfills the triple threat of Americana/Roots musicianship: soul-grabbing singing before a backdrop of unforgettable songwriting and expert instrumentation. It all comes together like a charm at his live shows.
Passim's non-profit mission: The mission of Passim is to provide truly exceptional and interactive live musical experiences for both performers and audiences, to nurture artists at all stages of their career, and to build a vibrant music community. We do so through our legendary listening venue, music school, artist grants and outreach programs. As a nonprofit since 1994, Passim carries on the heritage of our predecessors-the historic Club 47 (1958-1968) and for-profit Passim (1969-1994). We cultivate a diverse mix of musical traditions, where the emphasis is on the relationship between performers and audience and teachers and students. Located in Harvard Square, Passim serves Cambridge and the broader region by featuring local, national and international artists. Our ultimate goal is to help the performance arts flourish and thereby enrich the lives of members of our community. For a complete schedule, visit www.passim.org.