An afternoon of riverside jams featuring Texas songwriters
Paul Cauthen and Ray Wylie Hubbard.

PAUL CAUTHEN - 4 P.M. When Paul Cauthen released "My Gospel" last fall, the likes of Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly and more called it one of year's best country albums. We agree, but Paul isn't your run of the mill country act. We like the way the Austin Chronicle put it . . . "Cauthen’s songwriting puts him on par with the rising Americana tide surging against popular country music in Nashville behind artists like Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, and Margo Price." Check him out and get ready to be blown away at Pints in Park. The riverside will be a great setting for a "blast of Texas country, soul and holy-roller rockabilly."

PAUL CAUTHEN - 4 P.M.
When Paul Cauthen released "My Gospel" last fall, the likes of Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly and more called it one of year's best country albums. We agree, but Paul isn't your run of the mill country act.

We like the way the Austin Chronicle put it . . . "Cauthen’s songwriting puts him on par with the rising Americana tide surging against popular country music in Nashville behind artists like Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, and Margo Price."

Check him out and get ready to be blown away at Pints in Park. The riverside will be a great setting for a "blast of Texas country, soul and holy-roller rockabilly."

RAY WYLIE HUBBARD - 5:30 P.M. This legendary Texas singer/songwriter's tough but literate music ranges from personal introspection to rowdy barroom anthems. At 70, Ray Wylie’s post-psycho-country approach to drifter’s rock is more raw-boned and rough-hewn than ever. Guitars hiss, sting, and slash, and the haunted, tribal beats underscore a voice of parched earth. The Texas original continues to write, record, perform, produce, tour, and score movies with the same wily spirit trademarked in the early 70s. Since then, he’s released 17 albums. He’s a presence you won’t soon forget, and his songs have a gritty intensity that will stay with you for a good long while.

RAY WYLIE HUBBARD - 5:30 P.M.
This legendary Texas singer/songwriter's tough but literate music ranges from personal introspection to rowdy barroom anthems.

At 70, Ray Wylie’s post-psycho-country approach to drifter’s rock is more raw-boned and rough-hewn than ever. Guitars hiss, sting, and slash, and the haunted, tribal beats underscore a voice of parched earth.

The Texas original continues to write, record, perform, produce, tour, and score movies with the same wily spirit trademarked in the early 70s. Since then, he’s released 17 albums. He’s a presence you won’t soon forget, and his songs have a gritty intensity that will stay with you for a good long while.