GRAHAM WEBER: Folk troubadour, crooning balladeer, country drifter, father, husband, Rock & Roll frontman. Hailing from Austin, Texas, Graham Weber makes his Green Note debut in support of his first solo album in 10 years, Old Young Man. Weber has released six solo studio and two live albums, as well as band releases with So, Long Problems and critically acclaimed, Western Youth. Weber currently is the singer and primary songwriter in Austin Rock and Roll band – Restos. He has toured North America and Europe, and supported many of his songwriting heroes including Guy Clark, Slaid Cleaves, Todd Snider, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and Alejandro Escovado, among many others.  He often performs with his frequent collaborator, and Restos bandmate, Jaimee Harris.  Pre and Post Pandemic, he has done multiple tours in The UK with Our Man In The Field. A genuinely peace lovin’ dude, Graham appears casual in what everyone else recognises as relentless devotion to carrying on the tradition of the songwriter’s songwriters that came before him.



Support from LAURA REZNEK: Laura Reznek has never liked to talk about herself. If you listen closely to her music, however, you’ll hear murmurs of naked disclosure — fragments of grief, anger, and complicated joy riddled through her melodies. In her newest release, Leap Year. Laura wrestles with time during which everything and nothing happens, and the betrayal of boredom in the midst of life-changing loss. Laura layers meticulous arrangements with found sounds, crafting plush sonic textures that occasionally bristle with something darker.



Doors open 7.30pm. Music starts 8pm. The venue is mixed seated and standing. Tables are limited, and available on a first come first served basis, so if you’d like a seat, we recommend arriving early!