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John Doe, Bassist for Punk Band X, Heading to the Lonesome Rose for Singer-Songwriter Set

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JIM HERRINGTON
  • Jim Herrington
John Doe’s had more visibility as the bassist for seminal LA punk band X than as an Americana singer-songwriter, but that’s no indictment of his work on the latter front. He’s released a dozen or so well-regarded solo albums since 1990, all showcasing his raw and authentic songwriting talent and warm-yet-weathered voice.

In other words, Doe is exactly the kind of artist suited to the Rose’s Lonesome Lounge Sessions, which seeks to highlight remarkable singer-songwriters in an intimate and informal setting.

If you’re a fan, go online and snap up tickets fast. They’re limited to 100.

$20, 8 p.m., Monday, Feb. 17, Lonesome Rose, 2114 N. St. Mary’s St., (210) 455-0233, thelonesomerose.com.
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