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Wild Child founding members Kelsey Wilson and Alexander Beggins first met in 2009 while touring with a Danish act called The Migrant. Both call Texas home. Wilson, a classically trained violinist who wrote her first songs under the wing of legendary country music outlaw Ray Wiley Hubbard, hails from the fabled bluegrass circles of Wimberly. Beggins, a ukulele player from Houston, was finishing up at The University of Texas while on the that tour.

Robert Ellis' performance is in support of his brand new New West Records release, The Lights From The Chemical Plant, which came out mid-Feb. Produced by Jacquire King, the new album is alive with memories and innovation from the 25-year-old that has been described by The New York Times as "a gut punch of a third album of downcast roots music and soft, soft rock."

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Warehouse Live
813 St. Emanuel St.
Houston, TX 77003
https://warehouselive.frontgatetickets.com/event/5r55nro5kobotaa8

TICKET INFO

$14
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