At last! EDJ (Eric D. Johnson of Fruitbats) will play here, with special guests Excons. EDJ just dropped his solo release called EDJ. Gonna be swank…best be here Thursday September 18 at 8pm.
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August 11, 2014
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EDJ is Eric D. Johnson is a singer, songwriter, producer, film score composer. He is most well known as the front man and sole permanent member of the band Fruit Bats, and as a multi-instrumentalist with The Shins and Califone. In 2000, he began playing in the experimental folk ensemble Califone. The following year Fruit Bats’ debut Echolocation was released on Perishable Records, Califone’s label. Over the next decade, Fruit Bats would release several subsequent records on the Sub Pop imprint, and Johnson would continue his role as a supporting player with artists such as Sally Timms, Ugly Casanova, Vetiver, and The Shins. In 2013, Johnson announced that he would be retiring the Fruit Bats name with plans to continue performing under his own name.
The Excons is a trio; the latest project from Greenville home boy drummer, indie rocker and improve musician (and former Fruit Bat member) John Byce. this is all very very good. Plan to join us and vibrate together in

THE MASTERSONS glorious new CD/LP is Good Luck Charm. We had the pleasure of a near perfect in-store set here this past weekend. Thanks to all who showed up and to The Mastersons for being who they are!
August 11, 2014

THE MASTERSONS returned with an incredible new CD/LP release: Good Luck Charm. These two made such amazing music and brought such a lovely vibe last time in 2012 when they were here, Horizon was super pleased to host a free show celebrating their return and new release from our Austin, globe trotting pals! If you missed it, stop in and grab the CD or LP and ENJOY.

Already recognized for their critically-lauded 2012 debut album Birds Fly South, Austin, TX-based husband-wife duo The Mastersons are now “poised to be one of Austin’s breakout acts in 2014” (Austin American Statesman). While they are seasoned songwriters and virtuosic multi-instrumentalists in their own right, they have also become integral members of Steve Earle’s band The Dukes, having been featured on Earle’s The Low Highway and playing hundreds of shows with Earle for the better part of 3 years.

During a break between tours, the duo recorded their sophomore album Good Luck Charm with noted producer/engineer Jim Scott (Tom Petty, Wilco,

Tower of Song is a series of FREE CONCERTS at Horizon Records in our adjoining Bohemian Cafe, truly a unique listening and performing experience for artists and audience.
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