Robert Earl Keen, Andrea Davidson | Lincoln Theatre | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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Robert Earl Keen, Andrea Davidson 

When: Thu., Jan. 31, 8 p.m. 2013
Price: $22-25

Following an abortive trip to Nashville where he chased his college buddy Lyle Lovett's success, Robert Earl Keen has been the dean of Austin songwriters since settling in the Hill Country near there in the late '80s. Though he never found mainstream country acceptance, Keen has been able to cultivate a strong following of dyed-in-the-wool Texas Country fans (and, for a while, hat-wearing cowboy wannabes). As the style's popularity has grown, Keen has edged away from it. In fact, the crackling pace and eclectic styles of his latest, Ready for Confetti, place it among his best. It even features a searing rip of Toby Keith for plagiarizing Keen's classic tune "The Road Goes On Forever." The $22–$25 show begins at 8 p.m. Andrea Davidson opens. See —Chris Parker



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