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Caleche Ryder with Dane Drewis
Greg has played shows from Alabama to California and has had the honor to share the stage with artist like James McMurtry, Joe Ely, Monte Montgomery, Bob Schneider, Rhett Miller, The Gourds, Shiny Rib, The O's, The Trishas, Slobberbone, Sorta to name a few. Schroeder, released his first solo record in 2008. The album "Songs for a Bluebird" was recorded at Cedar Creek Studio in, Austin. Musicians on the album include Scott Davis, and Cody Foote both currently playing in Hayes Carll's band. In 2011 Greg released his second solo album the selftitled "Schroeder." Well recieved by local papers and fans it was recorded at Junius Recording Co. in Dallas, TX. Co-produced by Schroeder and Christopher Carmichael it included performances from local musicians in the bands The King Bucks, Polyphonic Spree, and Grant Jones and the Pistol Grip Lassos. His shows are dedicated to the respect of the song and fans but not being too serious to have fun.
Peggy Jones, Founder–Sings Like Hell concert series, “the best music you’ve never heard”
Where do old bandits go when there's nothing left to steal, where do
the exiled hide, where does a man not have to kneel?
Conor Patrick presents his songs wrapped in longing and poignant sadness. Loneliness, even isolation, along with wry self-deprecating humor and a sharp eye for everyday beauty mark his work as uniquely poetic. His tasteful guitar draws the audience into his soulful world.
The world no pretty lover but she'll break your heart, and like falling asleep in the
dawn, as soon as it feels righttime has moved it along
Fueled by a culturally criss-crossed childhood in Washington, DC, the Delaware coast and Santa Barbara, California, Conor has drawn his inspiration from his family, his peers, his experiences and fertile imagination. Arriving in Austin, Texas, he immediately found a musical home. As a young writer, his musical inspirations included Townes Van Zandt and Steve Earle, along with the Doors and the Rolling Stones. More contemporary influences include Ryan Adams, Richard Buckner and Ryan Bingham.
Making love like I'm dressing a wound...
Conor Patrick has always been a writer and words are the identifying characteristic of his songs. Inspired not only by his fellow songwriters, but his favorite authors (Cormac McCarthy, Steinbeck, Hemingway), he practices his trade with special attention to words and to the phrases within which they lie. Lots of them. Piling up, colliding, bouncing apart and creating an atmosphere of tension, a mood, an avalanche of emotion that carries the listener, and the song, to the emotional end of the road, wherever that might be.
Conor is working on his first EP at Screen Door Music, produced by Brian Standefer.