Unplugged on the Front Porch with Radney Foster

Date and Time

Thursday, October 25th
7:00 PM

Location

All Saints Episcopal Church
209 W. 27th St
Austin, TX 78705

Notes

This October, we’re elated to open up our intimate listening room at All Saints’ Episcopal Church to country music legend, Radney Foster. Make your donation here and get your tickets while you can: those who know Unplugged will jump on this chance to hear Radney up-close-and-personal in our unique venue. And those who haven’t caught Radney in Austin for a while will be turning out, too: we’re the Nashville resident’s only Austin stop on this tour. Don’t miss this acoustic evening with Radney Foster!

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Radney Foster learned to play guitar from his father, who was a lawyer. First as a member of the duo Foster and Lloyd (with Bill Lloyd), and then as a solo artist, Foster has released a total of 11 albums, as well as number of hit singles. Most notably, Foster’s 1992 hits, “Nobody Wins” and “Just Call Me Lonesome” reached no. 2 and no. 10 in the US charts, respectively. Of course, as a songwriter, Radney’s songs have been covered by a long list of country music royalty that includes The Dixie Chicks, Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, and more. In addition, he hosts the music anthology series “Crossroads” on CMT. For a full bio, please visit the home event page, cohoevents.com/unplugged-on-the-front-porch-w-radney-foster

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About Unplugged on The Front Porch

The mission statement for Unplugged on the Front Porch, a quarterly nonprofit music series in downtown Austin, is two-fold. On one hand, we want to offer an intimate listening room for Austin’s music appreciators to meet and engage with our city’s troubadours and virtuosos. On the other, we insist on providing the artists who perform with a living wage in the spirit of patronism. Our desire here is that everybody wins. Past artists for Unplugged include Israel Nash, Mother Falcon, Ray Benson, Slaid Cleaves, Sam Baker, Erin Ivey, Matt the Electrician, Danny Schmidt, Carrie Elkin, and many more.

Parking

Free parking will be available on a first come, first serve basis in the parking lot directly adjacent to All Saints’ Episcopal Church. Once the church lot fills up, overflow parking will be available in the parking garage across the street, directly East of the church campus. If you must park in the garage, bring in your ticket! We will validate it for a discounted rate of only $2.

Donations

The suggested donation for this event is $30 per person. Kids 15 and under are admitted for free, and nobody is turned away for not being able to pay.

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