Susanna's Kitchen Coffee House in Wimberley, Texas Presents Kevin Welch and Bob Cheevers
Kevin Welch and Bob Cheevers
Wimberley United Methodist Church, RR 12 and CR 1492
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Doors open at 7 PM

Kevin Welch is Wimberley's own troubadour!

Kevin's songs have been recorded by a bunch of folks, including Roger Miller, the Highwaymen, Moe Bandy, Linda Ronstadt, Wynonna, Trisha Yearwood, Garth Brooks, Don Williams, Patty Loveless, Del McCroury Band, Waylon Jennings and Jimmy LaFave. None of that matters, really, because as much as you might enjoy someone singing one of Kevin's songs, it's rare that anyone can do one as well as him. (Kevin admits loving Solomon Burke's cover of "Millionaire" on his recent CD, "Nashville.") Kevin remains one of the most interesting singer-songwriters working today. Don't miss this rare opportunity to see him live.

Bob Cheevers

His new "Tall Texas Tales" CD is described by his producer Stephen Doster this way: "When you listen to Bob Cheevers, you'll be hearing a singer-songwriter at the top of his game. Bob came to Texas, looked around and began to write about the things he saw. His observations about Texas made me wanna go there...and I'm from Texas. Not only is "Tall Texas Tales" a wonderful travelogue of my great state, it is full of songs that could only be written by a man whose life is rich with experience and deep insight. Bob Cheeevers is an American classic...make no mistake about it!"

A master tune-smith, Bob is rounding out his 4th decade as a songwriting troubadour, living out his dream in his laid back, authentic style. About his songs he says..."I don't know if these stories are true, but they happened to me".

What they're saying about "Tall Texas Tales"

"Bob Cheevers is one cool scarecrow gypsy poet who writes and sings the romantic beautiful truth. When he releases a record, I listen." -- Ray Wylie Hubbard

"This time my friend Bob turns his eagle eye on Texas, and turns in a beautiful collection of expertly produced pieces of life down here. Well done bro. This thing kicks ass." -- Kevin Welch