Carrie Rodriguez: “Give Me All You Got” Tour w/ Luke Jacobs

at The Hi-Tone Cafe

January 29, 2013 8:00 pm - 10:45 pm
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Time: 8:00pm     Day: Tuesday     Ages: 18+ Ages     Price: $15
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"I have to say I am very impressed. She's got something unique in her voice that's very subtle and a little smoky and sweet. She's got a refreshingly spunky attitude to go along with it." - Lucinda Williams

"There's a real earthiness in both Carrie's singing and fiddle. She's hot and steamy one minute and pure Nashville the next."
- MOJO

"…Rodriguez is a triple-threat artist who sounds more formidable with each successive release." - Gary Graff / Billboard (Critics Pick)

"Fiddle" and "deadly" don't usually appear in the same sentence together – unless you're talking about Carrie Rodriguez. Austin-born and bred and ready to take on the world. She closed out the night with some attitude on stage...she brought the crowd to their knees with her songs of love and regret, and a bit of vengeance." - Jason Claypool / Denver Post

"...Rodriguez's flexibility is her saving grace, and she shows it off subtly: Her voice can go from dramatic to flippant on songs that span from country to gospel influences, or to shiny pop singles." - The Onion

"If there was such a genre called "post-Americana", I think Carrie Rodriguez would be the poster child. In fact, she may have invented the genre without meaning to or knowing it. For those non-music geeks, the label "post" usually refers to indie rock that is darker, has crunchy guitar riffs and typically lots of angst." - Ian Morales / Austin Vida

"With She Ain't Me, Rodriguez further develops her own musical identity as a skilled purveyor of sophisticated twang." - Michael Berick / LA Weekly

"She is a refreshingly honest singer, decidedly unflashy in her warm, direct alto—none of the baby-bird coos, old-hag warbles, or precious-me little-girl affectations so common in female Americana artists these days. Instead, she can bring subtlety and power with equal, winning effect." - Popmatters.com

"A tireless, gracious and versatile performer. Usually sounding delicate and demure on record, Rodriguez turned into a full-blown, passionate chica on "La Punalada Trapera," eliciting whoops, hollers and whistles from an adoring audience in Boulder." - NoDepression.com

"It wasn't until her third solo album, this year's "Love and Circumstance," that Rodriguez found her own personality, adding a toughness to her voice's sweetness…she emerges as a superb interpretive singer, not only milking melodies for all their pleasure but also revealing new implications in the lyrics." - Geoffrey Himes, The Washington Post