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Dale Watson returns to the road

Wednesday, March 5, 2008 – Texas honky tonker Dale Watson will get back on the road with a run of 19 shows, hitting both coasts and the Midwest, throughout the month of April.

The upcoming tour dates are:
April 2 The Handlebar Greenville, S.C.
April 4 Berkeley Cafe Raleigh, N.C.
April 5 Puckett's Farm Equipment Charlotte, N.C.
April 7 IOTA Club & Cafe Arlington, VA
April 9 Thunderbird Cafe Pittsburgh
April 10 The Beachland Ballroom Cleveland
April 11 Fitzgerald's Berwyn, IL
April 12 Club Tavern Middleton, WI
April 13-15 Oneida Casino Green Bay, WI
April 16 Lee's Liquor Lounge Minneapolis
April 17 Knucklehead's Kansas City, MO
April 18 The Broken Spoke Austin
April 19 Railroad Blues Alpine, TX
April 22 The Rhythm Room Phoenix
April 24 Safari Sam's Los Angeles
April 25 Fish Lips Bar Bakersfield, CA
April 26 Berkley Theatre Fallon, NV

Released in 2007, "From The Cradle To The Grave" was recorded at Johnny Knoxville's Tennessee mountain cabin, which previously belonged to Johnny Cash.

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Call Me Lucky CD review - Call Me Lucky
2018 was a transitional year for Dale Watson. For decades, Watson has been both a pillar of the Austin music scene and one of Texas's most visible and passionate musical ambassadors. Given his Lone Star State roots, it was surprising when Watson recently sold two of his Texas bars and decided to split time between Texas and Tennessee after buying a home and a bar in Memphis. This change of scenery is reflected in the songs on "Call Me Lucky," which finds Watson augmenting the »»»
Under the Influence CD review - Under the Influence
With "Under The Influence," Dale Watson pays homage to artists who have helped create his sound by covering songs that display his veneration for traditional country, western swing and early rock and roll. With the opening "Lonely Blue Boy," a 1960 rock and roll hit for Conway Twitty, Watson salutes not only Twitty, but also gives a nod to Elvis Presley (who had recorded an unissued version of the song in 1958). The rock influence is also evident on Little Richard's »»»
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For years, the Texas-based country music traditionalist Dale Watson and his ace backing band, the Lonestars, have hosted Chicken Shit Bingo Sunday performances - shows that get their name from a game of chance featuring a caged hen, chicken feed and a grid with numbers. At these legendary local shows, patrons buy tickets for spaces on the grid, and the recently-fed chicken determines the winner when nature calls. Chicken Shit Bingo Sundays got their start at Ginny's Little Longhorn Saloon »»»