David Garza hosts an all-star holiday reunion gathering featuring a number of influential musicians from the 1980s-1990s Dallas music scene.
Irving, TX born David Garza has been making his mark since 1989 when he emerged from the fertile Austin, Texas music scene with his inimitable blend of glam rock, Latin folk, and blues. Through major label albums and a trove of indie releases, he has embodied the troubadour, the cabaret shaman, the punk provocateur, the poet, the painter – but always the storyteller. As a prolific genre jumper, he has broken cultural and music industry barriers while building an enduring catalog of compositions for live music, theatre, and film audiences.
Texas born and bred, the ever-prolific David Garza— began making his mark in the late ’80s and was inducted into the Austin Music Hall of Fame while still under the age of 40—has defied genres. He has broken industry barriers by crafting a singular career that zigs just as much as it zags. Try to categorize him and you’ll probably be wrong. Only by listening to his music will you get it and be right; blending glam-rock, power pop, Latin folk, blues, and even musique concrete. Handpicked by the likes of Fiona Apple, Pearl Jam, Jack Johnson, Ben Harper and Los Lobos—Garza, like Texas, is one of a kind.
Female duo turned full band, Sister is a project based around a love for lyrics, melody, tight harmonies, and music that can make you want to dance or remind you of a memory you can relate to. Texas based artists Amanda Page and Haylee Ryan have been singing together and writing music for over 13 years, and “Spiraling Minds” of 2017 was their debut album with a full band backing them and collaborating to push their lyrics and melodies to a more true place of blues and rock, while still highlighting their unique vocal blend.