Susan Gibson

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  • Susan Gibson Live in Your Living Room

    This show was on Apr 12th, 2017 | 62 people watched
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    • Apr 12
      Love the impromptu feeling of the set, almost like being at a small, live venue! Lots of fun ladies! We both enjoyed it!
    • Apr 12
      Great evening! Hope you come back to my Concert Window soon!
    • Apr 13
      Part I liked best was when the musicians actually PLAYED music and sang instead of talking about a guitar having a dent on it etc. I really don't care that they had a jalapeno pizza for dinner etc. I also did not see in any of the advertising that Susan would be sharing the concert time with another musician who sang perhaps more than Susan did. We all have different ideas about performance. I probably won't watch this musician again even though I saw her perform years ago at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in Oklahoma and enjoyed her singing then.
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  • Susan Gibson - Bugle Boy Fundraiser

    This show was on Feb 28th, 2016 | 53 people watched
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    • Apr 13
      I enjoy both Susan and Jana, and they are both acquaintances from Central Texas where we live. Regrettably, the Concert Window feed has continuing problems for me - freezing, glitching, etc. I am using a current generation MacBook Pro running the latest version of the OS, and both Safari and Firefox have the same problems. I have no issues with other A/V feeds like YouTube, videos and live feeds from Facebook, etc. I there perhaps a setting on my computer that I might adjust to clear up the problems?
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Bio

SUSAN GIBSON: The word “troubadour” is thrown around a lot these days, but music fans need look no further than Texas’ own Susan Gibson for an example of that word in action, or rather, in motion. Gibson never stops; she puts 60,000+ miles a year on her Sprinter van touring all over the country. From playing listening rooms and festivals to teaching songwriter classes and workshops, this... more

SUSAN GIBSON: The word “troubadour” is thrown around a lot these days, but music fans need look no further than Texas’ own Susan Gibson for an example of that word in action, or rather, in motion. Gibson never stops; she puts 60,000+ miles a year on her Sprinter van touring all over the country. From playing listening rooms and festivals to teaching songwriter classes and workshops, this award-winning singer/songwriter defines poetry in motion. Gibson is celebrating 10 years as a solo touring and recording artist with the release of “The Second Hand,” a live album recorded at The Bugle Boy in La Grange, one of the Texas’ most highly lauded listening rooms. On “The Second Hand,” the CMA award-winning songwriter (the Dixie Chicks took the Gibson-penned “Wide Open Spaces” to the top for four weeks) manages to capture a high energy show while also sharing a very personal, poignant side with her audience.



JANA POCHOP: Jana Pochop’s instinct for deep grooves and poignant lyrics are obvious on her most recent musical offering, Throats Are Quarries. Produced by Daniel Barrett (porterdavis, Rubicon Studio), Jana combines her gifts; lyrics that are as fearless as they are vulnerable, as skeptical as they are hopeful – woven into beautiful and fully fleshed arrangements. She has allied with many of the central Texas music makers like Terri Hendrix, Susan Gibson, Elizabeth Wills, and Drew Kennedy. Throats Are Quarries completes a trilogy of EPs crafted by Jana and Dan, and affirms that she’s got one foot firmly planted in the grassy-rootsy folk genre while the other stomps around the pop world like a boss. The album features Daniel Barrett on lots of instruments, Mark Hallman on drums (Carole King, Eliza Gilkyson), Eric Holden on bass (Shakira, Five For Fighting), and Susan Gibson on background vocals.

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