For concert booking inquiries, contact Thomas Csorba  at pinewoodroasters.events@gmail.com

For renting out Pinewood for your event please contact Cassie Spivey at cassie@pinewoodroasters.com


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February 24 - Comedy Open Mic Night

 

Come one, come all, and make us laugh! If you think you're funny, come join us on February 24th for our comedy open mic night. Each comic gets a 5 minute set (max). Sign ups start at 7:30pm. We'll cap off the night with local patron, comedian, Mitchell Heffington. Come join us!


March 23 - Jaimee Harris w/ Brody Price

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Jaimee Harris is poised to become the next queen of Americana-Folk, a slightly edgier Emmylou Harris for the younger generation. Her soon-to-be released debut album draws comparisons to Patty Griffin, Ryan Adams, and Kathleen Edwards – all writers who know how to craft a heartbreakingly beautiful song with just enough grit to keep you enthralled. Harris writes about the basic human experience in a way that is simple, poetic, and often painfully relatable.  Harris’s talent has impressed artists and critics alike. Jimmy LaFave deemed her his “new favorite” and Peter Blackstock of the Austin-American Statesman called her “one of Austin’s most promising young singer-songwriters.”.

Brody Price is a songwriter to the core, delivering stripped down country music in which the lyrics take center stage, proving that volume isn’t the only thing capable of turning heads. As a teenager, Price fell in love with lyricists such as Todd Snider, John Prine and Guy Clark, and discovered that country music has always had a special place reserved for the outcast. Price’s debut EP, “Saving Up,” a small but striking collection of stripped down country songs, earned him a foothold in a budding scene of young back-to-basic song writers. His sophomore effort, “What’s the Point in Trying,” is a full-length collection of what Price calls, “weirdo country.” Due out in the spring of 2018, this project presents the opportunity for Price to flex his writing muscles as a truly unique voice in American music.