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HPPR Music Ambassador Tour: The Singer & The Songwriter—October 2019

HPPR is thrilled to welcome The Singer & The Songwriterto the High Plains during our next HPPR Music Ambassador Tour. In October 2019, they'll hit towns across our region to perform live for our fabulous listeners and members. Mark your calendars, and SPREAD THE WORD. These two are fantastic in concert, and you'll be delighted  to share an evening of LIVE MUSIC with your friends and family. Find out moreabout Rachel Garcia and Thu Tran, also known as The Singer and the Songwriter.Thank you for supporting independent artists as they tour our region! 

Also, you can hear an interview with these two from High Plains Morning on the link below: 

Here's their current lineup. 

***If you'd like to add your town to the mix, let them know! Contact the band here

Oct. 9: Dodge City, KS - Dodge City Community College 

3pm: Songwriting Workshop / 7 pm: Show

Oct. 11:  St. Francis, KS - Fresh Seven Coffee (312 W. Washington St.) – 7 pm: Show

Oct. 12: Wallace, KS - Fort Wallace Museum (2655 US-40) – 7 pm: Show
Oct. 15: Hays, KS - Breathe Coffee House  (703 B Main St.) – 7 pm: Show

Oct. 17: Goodland, KS - Carnegie Art Center (120 W 12th St.) – 7 pm: Show

Oct. 18 - Garden City, KS - Flat Mountain Brew House (207 N. Main St.) – 8 pm: Show

Oct. 19 - Liberal, KS - Baker Arts Center (624 N. Pershing Ave.) – 7 pm: Show

Oct. 20 - Amarillo, TX - House Concert (3513 Kensington Place) — 7 pm: Show

Oct. 23 - Amarillo, TX - Starlight Canyon Bed & Breakfast (100 Brentwood Rd.) – 7:30 pm: Show

Oct. 24 - Pampa, TX - Woody Guthrie Folk Music Center (320 S Cuyler St.) – 6 pm: Show


Jenny Inzerillo joined HPPR in 2015 as the host of High Plains Morning, our live music program that airs weekdays at 9 am to noon CST. Broadcasting from KJJP in beautiful downtown Amarillo, she helps listeners wake up with inspired music from our region and beyond. Tune in for new voices in folk/Americana, deep cuts from your favorite artists, soulful tracks from singer/songwriters across the world, and toe-tapping classics dating as far back as the 1920s. Plus, discover underground greats that just might be your new favorite band.