Albert & Gage

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  • Albert & Gage

    This show was on Oct 25th, 2014 | 38 people watched
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    • Oct 26
      The performers -- Albert and Gage -- were GREAT, the visual quality was great (this venue knows how to do it -- multiple cameras and visual fades among them as the scene is shifted just often enough but not too much, and great sound. This has to be rated at 5 stars!
    • Oct 27
      Fabulous experience! Almost like being in the room!
    • Nov 2
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  • Austin Invasion: Albert & Gage

    This show was on Jun 26th, 2014 | 27 people watched
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    • Jun 27
      The Austin Invasion: Albert & Gage live webcast was slow starting due to technical difficulties but it was fun. I think everyone that tuned in liked it! It was fun watching with others from around the country. I think it is a great idea that will probably get better and better in time.
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Bio

In Austin, Texas—a town overflowing with gifted singer/songwriters and guitar players—Christine Albert & Chris Gage have a long track record of making beautiful music together, although both musicians' individual pedigrees are far more extensive. Over the course of six duet albums, the duo has demonstrated that disparate backgrounds do not preclude musical soul mates from finding one... more

In Austin, Texas—a town overflowing with gifted singer/songwriters and guitar players—Christine Albert & Chris Gage have a long track record of making beautiful music together, although both musicians' individual pedigrees are far more extensive. Over the course of six duet albums, the duo has demonstrated that disparate backgrounds do not preclude musical soul mates from finding one another.

The Houston Press noted, “From George Jones and Tammy Wynette to Richard and Linda Thompson, male-female duets are one of popular music's most delightful permutations. And the Austin-based duo of Christine Albert and Chris Gage easily slot right in with the best.”

Onstage, Albert's slender, dark beauty contrasts strikingly with Gage's craggy good looks and how gracefully they complement each other is easily apparent. In 2003 Albert and Gage released their first live recording, Albert and Gage at Anderson Fair. Dirty Linen commented that the set, which is reflective of their typical live performances, had “energy, humor, really fine duet singing, strong leads, original harmonies, a strong sense of partnership, personality, and musicality” and Sing Out! called it “a cohesive and exciting exploration of the roots of popular, mostly American, music”.

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