credit: Todd Wolfsen

William Harries Graham

Mar 14, 2024

8:00pm – 8:40pm CT

Continental Club

Hailed as a prodigy when he was a young teen by music critic Michael Corcoran. His first gig was at 6 years old at the Austin Music Awards when Margaret Moser invited him to play a song he'd written that several bands have covered called "Rock n Roll in the Street" to a crowd of over 1,000 people. William took the momentum from that and built a career slowly and gradually. With a regular Wednesday night residency at the world renowned Continental Club, William Harries Graham's music defies the contemporary is independent in spirit, but not indie; it is American, but not Americana. What it IS, though, is a gorgeous and layered piece of work, which combines intelligent lyrics and powerful poetic imagery with a dreamlike wash of guitars and vocals, running down everything from glorious anthems to the most delicate weepers. In 2016, William released his first record, Foreign Fields, with UK music critic David Crowley saying, "this debut record positions him towards the experimental end of Americana with copious nods towards the music that was called indie-rock before indie became a meaningless term. He has an aesthetic built around loud guitars, an ear for melody, a fondnes

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