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august, 2023

26augsatSir Richard Bishop7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Event Type :Backyard Concert

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Summer is the best season to listen to one of the most idiosyncratic North American guitarists of the last decades, especially if Sir Richard Bishop was one third of the legendary Sun City Girls. Opening the night will be Lily Taylor presenting her freshly released Amphora.

Richard Bishop, guitarist and founding member of the band Sun City Girls (1981-2007), released his first solo record (Salvador Kali) in 1998 on John Fahey’s esteemed Revenant label under the moniker Sir Richard Bishop. Since then he has released albums on a variety of labels: Polytheistic Fragments, The Freak of Araby, Tangier Sessions, and Oneiric Formulary (Drag City); Improvika, Elektronika Demonika, and While My Guitar Violently Bleeds (Locust Music); Fingering the Devil (Southern Records, UK); Hypostasis: A Work in Three Parts (VDSQ); Intermezzo (Editions Mego); The Unrock Tapes and Road to Siam (Unrock), and many others.

“Sir Richard Bishop forces one to alter that hoary cliche to ‘jack of all trades, master of…damn near all.’ Renowned for his mercurial guitar-playing for 26 years with Seattle ethno-delic legends Sun City Girls, Bishop has wrought a distinguished solo canon as well. He combines soulfulness and advanced technique with a panache that’s nearly unrivaled among today’s guitarists. Bishop strums spiritual with incantatory ragas, free-folk excursions, crystalline flamenco flourishes, ruddy Appalachian folk, Middle Eastern-tinged fantasias and gypsy arabesques. This is eclecticism done with respect and third-eye-dilating filigree; his compositions attain a sepia-toned wistfulness and a psychedelic complexity.” – Dave Segal (OC Weekly)

Doors: 7pm | Show: 8pm

Ticket Price: Advance: $15 | Door: $20

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***DISCLAIMER: In case of inclement weather, the show will be held indoors.***

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(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


The Wild Detectives

314 W 8th St, Oak Cliff, Dallas