March 12, 2022 by 1888media
North Carolina roots rocker Kevin Daniel returns to Austin, March 14-18, for a week’s worth of shows during SXSW including an official showcase at Saxon Pub on St. Patrick’s Day.
SXSW 2022 SCHEDULE
March 14 – Yard Stage at Wisdome Austin – 4:00PM
March 15 – Saxon Pub Day Party – 1:00PM
March 16 – Crossroads (Fredericksburg) – 8:00-9:30PM
March 17 – Altdorf (Fredericksburg) – 12:00-3:00PM
March 17 – Saxon Pub (Official SXSW Showcase) – 8-8:45PM
March 18 – 360 Day Party – Mozart’s Coffee – 1:15-2:15PM
March 18 – Magnolia Roads x TeXchromosome – Peace House Farm – 6PM
Described as “radio and TV ready with enough darkness creeping in around the edges to appeal to fans of Jason Isbell & Langhorne Slim,” the Nashville based singer-songwriter will preview songs from his forthcoming EP as well as material from his full-length LPs, ‘Things I Don’t See‘ and ‘Been Here Before.’
Joining him will be his band The Bottom Line, which includes Billy Pearson on lead guitar, Renee Hikari on drums, and bassist Keith Harry. They’ll also play a pair of shows in Fredericksburg, TX, 90 minutes west of the Capitol.
After SX, Kevin and the band are then headed to Mississippi for the inaugural 320 Fest! in Laurel. Staged over 2 days (March 18 & 19) at 320 Fifth Street (in the courtyard), Saturday’s lineup also includes The Bootlegger Boys, Petey Thigpen Trio, Afton Wolfe, Jones & Pine, and Grayson Capps band.
He then has several weeks of shows in Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina before heading to the UK for his debut appearance at Ramblin’ Roots Revue in High Wycombe. The 3-day festival, held at Bucks Students’ Union, runs April 22-24.
For all the latest tour info, please visit thekevindaniel.com
“Raw and soulful, Chris Stapleton-esque timbre.” – Music Connection
“The heir to country-tinged good-time barroom rock throne.” – Americana Highways
“Hints of Ray Charles, Waylon Jennings, and Hank Williams rub up against
Daniel’s gritty vocals and insightful lyrics.” – Relix
“Fluid ability as a songwriter to seamlessly incorporate bits of rock, soul, country, blues, roots and Appalachia into his thoughtful examination of pain and awakenings.” – American Songwriter