Jul
14
Fri
Cody Jinksw/ Paul CauthenOutdoor Stage
Gate:7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
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$25 in Advance, $30 Day of Show
$55 Hopster VIP
$125 Brewmaster VIP
Treat yourself to: Honky-Tonk/Outlaw Country

Food Vendor: Purple People Feeder, Mountain View BBQ, DOGS, Appalachian Chic
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DETAILS

EVENT SCHEDULE

6:00pm – Brewmaster VIP (Meet and Greet Package) Check-in (show up early!)

6:30pm – Hopster VIP Early Entry

7:00pm – General Admission Gates Open

7:00pm – 1st VIP Guided Brewery Tour & Tasting (Meet in Taproom at the Indoor Stage)

7:30pm – 2nd VIP Guided Brewery Tour & Tasting (Meet in Taproom at the Indoor Stage)

8:00pm – Paul Cauthen

8:00pm – 3rd and FINAL VIP Guided Brewery Tour & Tasting (Meet in Taproom at the Indoor Stage)

9:15pm – Cody Jinks

11:00pm – Outdoor Stage Hard Curfew

CODY JINKS

Rolling Stone said it best about Cody Jinks- “Rule Changing Country Music”

With his smooth baritone and lonesome, dark-hued country songs, Cody Jinks brings his hugely successful tour to Baton Rougei on May 12th at The Varsity Theatre. The Saving Country Music Album of the Year award winner is proving that Country Music empowered by credibility has made its way to the masses. This did not happen overnight for Jinks, who has spent the better part of the last 10 years playing numerous empty bar rooms to a never ending financial loss. “Yeah, I’ve been pretty good at losing money. Not the greatest feeling in the world to be gone from home for long stretches of time, only to walk in the door broke. But I never gave up. Never even had that thought”

His latest critically acclaimed album ‘I’m Not The Devil’ smashed his Personal Chart Records, Breaking Top 5 On Billboard Country And Independent Album Charts. Pandora called ‘I’m Not The Devil’ “a gift from above for country fans of all stripes.”

Get your tickets early, because Cody Jinks is selling out everywhere he goes.

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PAUL CAUTHEN 

Americana music fans will remember Cauthen’s name from Sons of Fathers, the raucous Texicana group he co-founded in 2011 with bassist David Beck. The band earned glowing praise from Rolling Stone, NPR, and others, thanks to two albums that climbed into the Top 10 of the Americana Music Chart. “We had just got off the road with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, playing for 7,000 and 12,000 people a night,” Cauthen says. “And I quit. I just knew it wasn’t where I was supposed to be anymore.”

That was three years ago––and the impetus for ending up in that apartment in Austin. Cauthen has since learned to channel his racing mind and rumbling baritone into the blues, gospel, and rock-and-roll that fuel My Gospel with gale-force power. Over the course of three years, Cauthen recorded the album in several different studios across the country: Willie Nelson’s Arlyn Studios in Austin; FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals; Sargent Recorders in Los Angeles; Modern Electric Sound Recorders in Dallas. The result is a quintessentially American album unlike anything in recent memory. “We were going for timeless. We were going for righteous. Those were the two words that we focused on while we were recording,” Cauthen says. “That’s it.”

Cauthen has been the strongest, loudest singer in the room for as long as he can remember. He grew up in Tyler, Texas, where his grandfather––a songwriter and gospel song leader originally from Lubbock who worked with artists including Buddy Holly, Sonny Curtis, and other Crickets––taught Cauthen and his two sisters to sing harmony. “He threw us all in the bathtub because it sounded really good in there,” Cauthen says with a laugh. Sundays and Wednesday evenings were spent at the Church of Christ, singing a cappella in the choir. “My granddad was all about music. He’d always ask people, ‘Can you sing? What songs do you know?’” Cauthen lovingly imitates his grandfather as he shares the memory, changing his inflection to sound both excited and earnest.