Light Horse Harry

Austin, TX Roots Rock

Southbound I-35 podcast feature

We got featured on Southbound I-35, which showcases the up-and-coming artists in the Texas Americana/Red Dirt scene! Hosted by David Ryan. 

Check it out here -------> http://southboundi35.libsyn.com/podcast

"This week I'm bringin you 2 hours of great music! To start things off I'll talk about 4 bands I got to see recently, a reminder about the Ameripolitan Awards, Ronnie Eaton's upcoming album (plus an interview), a partial review of Rockabilly Legend Art Adams' The Truth plus some great stories from the man himself, plus some great shout outs!"

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KUTX 98.9 Song of the Day

Yes, there are some American Revolution connotations behind their choice in band name. Potentially divisive history aside, Light Horse Harry offers a fresh spin on tried and true American sounds. Originally bred in Dallas among high school friends, three of the five members of Light Horse Harry moved on to the University of Texas at Austin where the group now resides. The current incarnation of Light Horse Harry features acoustic guitar, mandolin, fiddle on top of the typical rock band setup to blend elements of Americana, folk, and roots with contemporary interpretations of country, rock and pop.

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Light Horse Harry is set to follow up their 2014 EP Busted in Brownsville with their sophomore effort, San Pedro, to be released this Friday at Spiderhouse Ballroom. Show up early to catch The Rotten Mangos & Wilkinson’s Quartet and even before all that – check out “Lemonade” – a crude country foot-stomper that’ll keep you grinning all the way to the release show.

Jack Anderson (Monday-Wednesday 8-11pm, Saturday 6-10am) KUTX 98.9

Album Release Party

Light Horse Harry will be releasing their sophomore album "San Pedro" on Friday, December 8th at Spiderhouse Ballroom. Joining the bill are local Austin favorites, The Rotten Mangos & Wilkinson's Quartet.

And if that ain't enough to get you excited, Tito's Vodka will be serving up drink specials all night long. But get this... with every purchase of a Tito's beverage, Tito's will donate $1 to Austin Music Foundation. So now you have an excuse to feel good about drinking! Light Horse Harry will also be donating a percentage of ticket sales back towards Austin Music Foundation. 

Tickets are available at the door. $5 21+, and $8 under 21. 

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