Richard Buckner

Thursday, November 1

At Bumbershoot one year, Richard Buckner introduced a song by saying, “This is a new song . . . and it might turn up on a record someday if I ever run across an honest person in the music industry, which should be in about 55 years.” It’s truly a beast of a machine, but thankfully has still proven futile against the cross-country-rambling, gruff-voiced Buckner, who’s often placed on the shelf next to revered troubadour folkies like Townes Van Zandt. David Dondero opens.

Listen to a sample of Richard Buckner's "Settled Down."

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Thu., Nov. 1, 8 p.m., 2007

 
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