HPPR Living Room Concert: The Rough & Tumble with Piper & Carson

Jan 2, 2020

HPPR's 2020 Living Room Concert Series commences with a double dose of fresh folk/Americana! Two dynamic duos are hitting Amarillo on Friday, February 7th, performing live at Chalice Abbey (2717 Stanley St.). 

Don't miss The Rough & Tumble with special guests Piper & Carson. Doors at 7; show at 7:30p. Suggested donation is $15. (Please bring cash!) 

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This concert is sponsored in part by the Amarillo Convention & Visitors Council, Pan-Handlers Café, and Palace Coffee Company.

More about these artists: The Rough & Tumble are as easy to detect as a stray dog on your doorstep-- and as difficult to send home. The dumpster-folk, thriftstore-Americana duo, consisting of Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler and their menagerie of homemade instruments and noise makers, have been hobbling around the country in their 16 ft. camper with their dogs since 2015, taking their songs to the far corners of the US and to the weird little towns they pass along the way. Written during a time of trying despite the odds and a “year of honesty,” The Rough & Tumble released their latest album Howling Back at the Wounded Dog in September 2019. Join the pack and see the show that has been described as "restorative Americana, highly entertaining, with jokes and stories worthy of an HBO special." Check them out! 

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From festival stages to intimate house concerts, Piper & Carson remind us of why we go to see live music. Their songwriting is free and fiercely personal; as if it’s been running in the woods, washing in cold water, and howling with wolves. The couple's undeniable chemistry and onstage presence draws the audience into the conversation. Piper’s immersive storytelling provides context and familiarity bringing their original music to life. After first meeting on Carson’s father’s organic vegetable farm, they’ve spent the last four years touring Canada coast-to-coast, showcasing at international folk conferences, touring overseas in the Netherlands and to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In December 2017 they released the album ‘Piper & Carson’ together. Their work is deeply rooted in intention and both strive to use their platform to forward social change and promote mental health awareness. This duo will make you believe that folk music can change the world. If you don't believe us, check them out!