Event box

Date:
Friday, August 24, 2018
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Categories:
All Ages, Concerts @ the Library, Music, Special Event

Julian Dossett grew up strong in the mean streets of Shreveport, Louisiana.  Enamored with music at an early age, he found himself in Austin, Texas as an adult. This is where he found his calling in the Austin roots music scene. Over the years he has crosscut many musical genres, including western, swing, blues, jazz, and rockabilly. Like a lightning rod, he has focused all of these influences into a down and dirty traditional delta sound that is all his own. He currently    resides in Albuquerque. At this show, Julian will be performing as a duo with Dr. Keith Cochrane, a retired college music professor who now lives in Albuquerque. A conductor, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist, Doc plays the silver shepherds crook cornet, valve trombone, and blues harp.

Don’t miss this free performance, the latest in a monthly series of free events in collaboration with AMP Concerts and the Friends for the Public Library.


 

 

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