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Friends of the Outrigger- Max & Heather Stalling
March 18 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm$20
Come join the Friends of the Outrigger in Palacios for their concert series, starting Max and Heather Stalling. This will be their 3rd appearance performing from past Friends of the Outrigger concert series events. The show is expected to sell out quickly. Click here to be taken to the website for tickets. The show is BYOB.
A little more about the performers:
Max and Heather Stalling are a singer-songwriter duo based out of Dallas, TX. Max handles rhythm guitar and lead vocals and Heather provides fiddle and harmony vocals. Their collaboration has been a long time in the making and they are excited to bring their show to new audiences.
Max grew up in Crystal City, Texas. Now from Dallas, Stalling writes songs, records albums, and develops his iconic musical style. In early career he drew inspiration from artists like Townes Van Zandt, Robert Earl Keen, and Guy Clark. Eventually, Stalling was performing with a full band to back him. His first band consisted of Jeff Howe on drums and percussion, Bryce Clarke on nylon-string guitar, electric guitar, and mandolin, and Jason Steinsultz on stand-up and electric bass as well as singing harmony. As soon as Stalling’s music career started taking off, he quit his job with Frito-Lay and started pursuing music full-time.
Heather is an award-winning violinist and fiddle player who picked up her instrument at 3 years old and has never stopped playing it since. As a child she traveled with her parents across Texas and the surrounding states competing in fiddle contests. As a teenager she moved to Branson, MO to be a member of the “The Texas Gold Minors”. They performed 7 days a week for two straight years. Upon returning home she took side jobs playing for various touring acts to include Johnny Lee, Cory Morrow, Bob Schneider, Ed Burleson, Mark David Manders and The Old 97s.
As one of the most skillful and accomplished fiddle players in the country, award winning fiddle player Heather Stalling has been a staple of red dirt music for a long while. Heather teamed up with Andie Kay Joyner to form Blacktop Gypsy and released their first CD back in 2005 and their second “Whirlwind” in 2011. In 2007, Heather married Texas troubadour Max Stalling and they tour Texas extensively today.
Max and Heather Stalling are a can’t miss show.