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Susan Gibson in concert on Friday March 7 as part of HPPR's Living Room Concert series


HPPR proudly welcomes Susan Gibson for a Living Room Concert on Friday, March 7 at The Fibonacci!

This show will also be a CD release party for her new record 'The Second Hand'!

The Fibonacci is located at 3306 SW 6th Ave. The doors will open at 7:00, and the show will start at 7:30. This will be Susan's third visit to HPPR, don't miss it!To make a reservation, you can call us at 806-367-9088 or send an e-mail to music@hppr.org.

About Susan Gibson

In 1990 Susan Gibson went to college; it was there she found her love of trees and open mics. When pressure grew to pick one or the other, she moved to Amarillo to join forces with the Groobees, a choice that produced 3 albums, 5 sets of hard feelings, and one shoulder tattoo. During that time, esteemed producer Lloyd Maines, in an effort to get his daughter out of the house, sent Natalie Maines and the Gibson penned ‘Wide Open Spaces’ to the Dixie Chicks. The rest is political and socioeconomic history. Recently, after being asked enough about it for the past decade, Gibson had to look up just what exactly the Dixie Chicks did win at the Grammys in 1999. Google affirmed that she did indeed write the title track to a Grammy award-winning album. 

After the breakup of the Groobees came 4 solo albums and hundreds of thousands of miles.  These days you’ll find Gibson on the road anywhere from Terlingua, Texas to New York City, flirting with Freightliner Sprinter and Honda mechanics in every state. When asked about her long-term future plans, she says she often wishes she were a scientist.

Susan’s new  live record is entitled ‘The Second Hand’ and her HPPR appearance is her Amarillo release party.