Grant will play the Roots on the Rails event honoring Gurf Morlix
in Winslow, AZ
October 30-November 4
with Ray Wylie Hubbard, Slaid Cleaves, Syd Straw, Betty Soo, and Gurf Morlix.
Find out how you can join the party HERE
Can't make the whole party?
Go to Grant's evening performance with Slaid Cleaves, open to the public.
Sunday, Nov. 2nd 7:30 pm. Reserve your tickets HERE
A new release called “Punishing the Myth”
Gurf Morlix (yea, it IS his real name) produces
There’s a Side A and Side B (go figure)
A Greg Brown song, trumpets, B-3 organs
A state execution duet with Eliza Gilkyson
A vehement poem: “High Octane Generation”
A love song to a long-dead lesbian aunt
A Texas diatribe: “It’s Too Late to Live in Austin”
A ‘who-the-hell-is-that?’ chick singer: it’s Sarah Mac
A Buddhist’s epiphany and a patriot’s lament
A soft stab at romance with an M-1 carbine