Award-Winning Songwriter Edie Carey in Concert w/ special guest Chuck Leah

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Award-Winning Songwriter Edie Carey in Concert w/ special guest Chuck Leah

Join award-winning singer-songwriter Edie Carey for an intimate, engaging, humor-filled concert w/ very special guest Chuck Leah

By Edie Carey

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Sunday, March 26 · 5 - 8pm CDT


John Dazey and Vernon Walling's beautiful backyard Montrose Neighborhood (Exact address provided upon ticket purchase) Houston, TX 77006

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  • 3 hours
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This concert will take place in John Dazey and Vernon Walling's beautiful backyard in Houston's Montrose neighborhood. (**Exact address provided by email after ticket purchase**).


Doors at 5pm // Music at 5:30pm.


“Edie Carey’s [The Veil] is a direct hit to the solar plexus…jaw-dropping lyricism…” – The Independent

Edie Carey has been performing since 1999, singing alongside Sara Bareilles and Brandi Carlile and appearing on PRI’s syndicated Mountain Stage as well as Cayamo, Telluride Bluegrass, and Newport Folk Festivals. Her lullabies project with Sarah Sample won Best Children’s Album in the 2015 Independent Music Awards, and she was a featured vocalist along with Lisa Loeb on the 2020 Grammy-Winning ensemble “All the Ladies.” Americana Highways called her 2022 release “The Veil” “one of the best of the year” and Basic Folk listed it as #4 on their “Top 10 of 2022 So Far” alongside Grammy Nominees Anais Mitchell and Aoife O’Donovan. More info at


Chuck Leah is an old-soul Texas troubadour with a voice like a distant stare.

On new album Band of Ghosts, released Oct. 16, he bottles genre-straddling, wanderlust Americana with innate musicality and startling sincerity. Leah describes Band of Ghosts, his seventh album, as “a stroll from Texas to Louisiana.” But it takes a meandering route through the Arizona desert (“I Lost Her in Tucson”), Hollywood (“LAX”), and Nashville (“Memphis”). Delicately tense violins usher in standout album opener “Eugenie,” a profound tale of longing steeped in New Orleans street imagery. “I lit my Camel in the rain,” Leah sings, his timbre textured like crumpled parchment. “And it hit my body like sugar cane.” Elsewhere, the driving yet breezy “I Lost Her in Tucson” wistfully recounts the pursuit of fleeting love, while rousing closer “Azure” is a worldly mélange of country, Cajun and blues propelled by robust rock drumming. The sounds and snapshots from a lifetime of travel palpably inform Band of Ghosts, both through overt lyrical brushstrokes and in its less tangible, genre-straddling aura. In just nine semi-autobiographical songs, Leah traverses folk-rock, country, Cajun, jazz, blues, Tejano, MexiCali and rock ‘n’ roll without ever letting the stitching show. More info at

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