It’s Day 4 of the Indiegogo Campaign for The Shopkeeper: A Documentary about Mark Hallman and the Congress House, which means it’s time to meet a few more artists who have recorded at the Congress House.
Okay! Here we go.
Audrey Auld-Mezera was born in Tasmania and currently lives in Nashville. She runs her own label Reckless Records and enjoys great success as a songwriter. Auld’s songs are recorded by Nashville stars and Carter Family descendants, are heard on the Grand Ole Opry, TV shows (Justified, The Good Guys, Longmire) and within the walls of San Quentin Prison where she has hosted songwriting workshops since 2006.
Here’s her great song “Forty”:
Average Joe Crane
Austin Songwriter/Singer who has opened for Bob Schneider, Patrice Pike, Susan Gibson, Gary Clark Jr., Van Wilks, Soul Hat, Spoon, Gals Panic, Sincola and many more.
I can’t find any videos for him, but here’s a link to his iTunes page!
The legendary Marcia Ball splits her time between Austin and New Orleans. Here’s how the Boston Globe describes her: “an irresistible celebratory blend of rollicking, two-fisted New Orleans piano, Louisiana swamp rock and smoldering Texas blues from a contemporary storyteller.”