On KZFR’s American Pastimes on Wednesday April 30th at 3:00 p.m. two local musical icons, Sourdough Slim and Aubrey Debauchery bring their unique musical perspectives to the KZFR studio for live performances.
Sourdough Slim, the “Last of the Vaudeville Cowboys,” is a well traveled and seasoned veteran of world-wide stages ranging from The National Cowboy Poetry Gathering to The Lincoln Center Roots of American Music Festival and the Carnegie Hall Folk Festival, not to mention county fairs and Americana festivals everywhere. He croons Western classics, plays accordion, guitar and harmonica, dances jigs, twirls a lariat, dishes out comedy sketches and lets loose with some absolutely mind boggling yodeling.
Aubrey Debauchery has been a fixture on the Northern California alt-country/folk music scene for about ten years now. She’s graced local stages as a solo performer, as a member of Duffy’s Sirens and the Abominable Iron Sloth, and as leader of The Puke Boots and her current group The Broken Bones.
Sourdough is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. and Aubrey for 4:00 p.m.
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