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Garrett Young Collective, with Snotty Hicks
October 13 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm$5
Garrett Young Collective
with Snotty Hicks
Saturday, October 13, 2018
Doors at 6:30, Concert at 7
Tickets $5, kids 7 and under free
Garrett Young grew up on a 200-acre ranch in Colorado, working for his father as a ranch hand most of his childhood. He was, and still is, an avid skier, starting as a toddler. He competed in the junior olympics and trained for the olympic freestyle team. At age 9 he decided to pick up a guitar and was immediately hooked, starting his first band at age 12. He played over 150 live shows by the time he was 17.
Garrett move to California to pursue his love of music the ocean. “I’ve learned a lot about myself, my music, and my aspirations. Music and surfing have effectively become my addictions. A long lived interest in audio and recording has led me to nearing completion of my studies at Berkeley’s online college of music.” Garrett released his debut album “The Garrett Young Collective”, featuring the single “Do You Hear My Cries”, which reached number one on the charts at New Music Weekly, the Independent Music Network. A second cut from the album, “My, Oh My” has also found its way to the top of these charts. The album explores a diverse breadth of life experiences, influences, and styles of rock – old and new.
The one and only Snotty Hicks will kick off the night!
Snotty is a former wailer and flailer for “The Twisted Rawhide Band”, “Rock Horse”, “The Shining Hooter Band” and in the very beginning “Chuck Puke And The Breech Babies”. His bands have all been headquartered in west Texas from where Snotty has seldom ventured and from where it is difficult to pursue financially prosperous musical endeavors. The boys in “TRB”, his latest band, have escaped the west Texas desert and ventured east of the Pecos to attend Universities and pursue other musical endeavors. Snotty stayed home to tend to the horses and cows, so except for holidays he’s lost his band. But, ol’ Snotty still breaks out his guitar at the drop of a hat in an attempt to entertain folks who are easily entertained.
Snotty Hicks gets on stage and sounds like he’s havin’ a bit too much fun, and you just can’t help but join him!
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