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Friday, October 1 • 8:00pm - 8:30pm

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"The demos for these songs are spare and eerie and gorgeous. Live the tunes are bigger and meaner, particularly Wolves & Owls. You can expect a very good record to come from this that should sell these guys well beyond its adoring Houston legion.
- Andrew Dansby, Houston Chronicle

In January 2008, “A Family Light� was released to acclaim. Buxton crosses so many genre lines so quickly but holds it together. That is the impressive part to me; they could pull off opening at Grand Ole Opry or for Radiohead.

We see a lot of bands and to stand out is special; to stand out and not be a bunch of *ssholes, well, that’s even better. These guys work hard, play well and are some of the sweetest you’ll meet.
- Jim Ward (of Sparta and At The Drive-In)

’ve said it once, I’ve said it 100 times: Buxton is Houston’s answer to Wilco. Its music is folky–but also often rides that same line between rock and country–and there’s no one else in Houston making music quite like Buxton. Its 2008 album, A Family Light, earned the band a devoted fan base and accolades from practically all of Houston’s music press. Houston Chronicle called Buxton “one of Houston’s finest bands,� and Space City Rock wrote that “Buxton are one of a small handful of indie-folk bands in town who’ve taken the current folk idiom and pulled it backwards to an earlier time, and they’re one of the best around.� I can’t disagree with either description, have ranked Buxton’s releases among my favorite local releases in both 2008 and 2009, and look forward to the band’s future work.
- David A. Cobb, www.houstoncalling.net"

Friday October 1, 2010 8:00pm - 8:30pm
The Basement 1604 8th Ave S, Nashville, TN, 37203

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