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Hooks & The Huckleberries with Dallas Burrow
Fri Oct 07 7:30 pm (Doors: 5:00 pm )

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Hooks & The Huckleberries with Dallas Burrow

Two amazing bands at one hot venue! Hooks & The Huckleberries with Dallas Burrow presented by THE HISTORIC LOBO THEATER are ready to take the stage October 7th!

Hooks & The Huckleberries deliver a powerful blend of country rock and soul music. Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and founded in 2020 by singer Adam Hooks and guitarist Joshua Lee, the Huckleberries have quickly established a reputation for high-energy shows and hard work on and off the road. Rounded out by the Bonham-esque drumming of Dustin Hoag and passionate bass playing of Ryan Martino, the band immediately connects with fans at venues from road-side honky tonks to downtown rock clubs.

Their debut album, “So Far Gone,” released in 2021, has received regional and national acclaim. Driven by Hooks’ lyrical prowess and Lee’s blend of roots guitar styles, the album takes listeners on an adventure born out of the blue skies and grit of New Mexico. Organic, emotive, and full of natural chemistry, Hooks & the Huckleberries deliver a style we call “High Desert Country Music.”

Dallas Burrow has always been an adventurer. Born and raised in Texas, he cut his teeth on the road, traveling across much of the free world with a head full of songs and a thirst for thrills. Along the way — somewhere between the childhood guitar lessons he received from his father (a blood brother of Townes Van Zandt and friend of Guy Clark) and the vagabond whirlwind of his 20s — he built his own brand of American roots music. It was a sound rooted in folk, shaped by classic country, and heavily influenced by the Texan craftsmen who'd come before him. Decades after his father raised hell with Lone Star State legends, Dallas Burrow proudly picked up the torch, carrying Texas' songwriting tradition forward with albums like Southern Wind.

The result is a 14-song collection of western Americana, sung by Burrow in a voice that bears both the road-worn weariness of a lifelong highwayman and the fierce fire of a man reborn. This is an album about craft and conviction, from the moody western folk of the opening song, "Country Girl," to the woozily gorgeous closer, "Outlaw Highway." The latter track features lyrics written long ago by Burrow's father, whose own songwriting helped lay the brickwork for his son's career. Album highlights "Easter Sunday," "American Dream," and the anthemic "Independence Day" double down on that family theme, with Burrow nodding to his new role as a father and husband.

If Southern Wind was an album about closing a chaotic chapter of one's past, then Dallas Burrow is a celebration of fresh starts and new beginnings. Burrow isn't cheating death anymore. Instead, he's rediscovering a new way to live, with this self-titled album serving as the soundtrack.

  Doors open at 5 p.m. | Tickets are ONLY $25| This event is 21+ but wrist bands will be provided for Adult Beverages for the full bar and for Re-Entry into the LOBO THEATER Food/Drinks in the Lobby