In support of his new album coming out in August, two-time Grammy winner Rodney Crowell will make a stop at the Pub Station on Saturday, November 23.

Crowell is no longer hungry for praise. We’ve been praising him for forty years, since the days when Guy Clark — the emphatic and acerbic father figure to several musical generations — pointed out the ebullient genius in Bluebird Wine, a song that would become the first song on Emmylou Harris’s first major label album. We’ve praised Crowell as a hit songwriter, as a chart-topping singer, and as a gruffly grinning member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Crowell's new album "Texas" will be released on August 15 and features Vince Gill, Willie Nelson, Ronnie Dunn, Lee Ann Womack and more.

Tickets for Rodney Crowell are on-sale now at the Pub Station box office (2502 First Avenue North), by phone (877) 987- 6487 or CLICK HERE.

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