The Real Thing

Sahara Smith's smoke signals

The Real Thing

Wimberley songbird Sahara Smith's T Bone Burnett-produced debut, Myth of the Heart, came out this past summer, but it's also the perfect fall soundtrack. Isn't that what makes a good album - that it can change with the seasons? This week, you've got two chances to catch her.

Wednesday, Nov. 24, Smith makes her debut on The Late Show With David Letterman, performing alluring single "The Real Thing." Friday, Nov. 26, she headlines Stubb's inside, with fellow singer-songwriters Danny Malone and Ruby Jane. See her now before the rest of the world finds out.

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