Charley Crockett, Carson McHone

At the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar last year, San Benito son Charley Crockett, famously descended from Alamo casualty Davy Crockett, spooked up Texan folk-country ballads serenading ghosts of the Texas Revolution. Not literally, as his fourth LP and first of all-original material, Lonesome as a Shadow, demonstrates, but his breezy Lone Star twang haunts with incorporeal weightlessness. The country Leon Bridges, maybe? Austin cowgirl Carson McHone opens. – Raoul Hernandez
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