Jon Dee Graham has been a mainstay in the Austin music community for over three decades. From guitar slinger with the Skunks and wall-of-guitars legends the True Believers; to co-writing and recording with John Doe of Los Angeles punk pioneers X; to the last twenty-plus years when Jon Dee began to focus on his own songs in his own way as a solo artist. Long regarded as one of Austin's best singer- songwriters and live performers, with his combination of bare-all lyrics and bare-bones guitar-driven arrangements, a Jon Dee Graham songs has the raw emotional nature of a sparking, dancing, busted power line on a gravel road. Here he seems to ponder the years with a mix of reminiscences of old friends and good times and acceptance of the good and the bad of the here and now, laced with the familiar strand of hope we've come to expect from the time-worn and unshakeable Graham: Things Might Turn Out Right after all.
Jon Dee Graham has been a mainstay in the Austin music community for over three decades. From guitar slinger with the Skunks and wall-of-guitars legends the True Believers; to co-writing and recording with John Doe of Los Angeles punk pioneers X; to the last twenty-plus years when Jon Dee began to focus on his own songs in his own way as a solo artist. Long regarded as one of Austin's best singer- songwriters and live performers, with his combination of bare-all lyrics and bare-bones guitar-driven arrangements, a Jon Dee Graham songs has the raw emotional nature of a sparking, dancing, busted power line on a gravel road. Here he seems to ponder the years with a mix of reminiscences of old friends and good times and acceptance of the good and the bad of the here and now, laced with the familiar strand of hope we've come to expect from the time-worn and unshakeable Graham: Things Might Turn Out Right after all.
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Jon Dee Graham has been a mainstay in the Austin music community for over three decades. From guitar slinger with the Skunks and wall-of-guitars legends the True Believers; to co-writing and recording with John Doe of Los Angeles punk pioneers X; to the last twenty-plus years when Jon Dee began to focus on his own songs in his own way as a solo artist. Long regarded as one of Austin's best singer- songwriters and live performers, with his combination of bare-all lyrics and bare-bones guitar-driven arrangements, a Jon Dee Graham songs has the raw emotional nature of a sparking, dancing, busted power line on a gravel road. Here he seems to ponder the years with a mix of reminiscences of old friends and good times and acceptance of the good and the bad of the here and now, laced with the familiar strand of hope we've come to expect from the time-worn and unshakeable Graham: Things Might Turn Out Right after all.