The Austin Lounge Lizards perform to ”Chester Nimitz Oriental Garden Waltz,” a rare a cappella tribute to the cultural assets of Fredericksburg. Selling satire packaged in “progressive bluegrass,” the Lounge Lizards will be featured at the Supple Folk Music Series on Nov. 4.
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Texas State University’s Supple Folk Music Series presents the Austin Lounge Lizards on Nov. 4 as part of the Encore Performing Arts Series.
The event will take place at 7 p.m. in the Recital Hall at the Texas State Performing Arts Center, 405 Moon Street.
The Austin Lounge Lizards are five-time winners of the Austin Music Award and were featured by the Supple Folk Music Series in 2006. They have been preforming their satirical music for 35 years.
Eventually coming together in Texas, they began their long career of sharp musical satire, which has gained a large following across Texas. They cover subjects ranging from politics and religion all the way to romance.
For information, including ticket pricing, visit the Texas State Presents box office website here or call 512-245-6500.
COVER: The Austin Lounge Lizards perform at the 2006 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Francisco. PHOTO VIA FLICKREmail | Print